Here Comes the Sun by Marie Force @marieforce ‏ @TotalBookaholic @InkSlingerPR

Posted January 25, 2018 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Blog Tour, Book Review / 0 Comments

Here Comes the Sun by Marie Force

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Here Comes the Sun by Marie Force @marieforce ‏ @TotalBookaholic @InkSlingerPRHer Comes the Sun by Marie Force
Series: Green Mountain #9, Butler Vermont #3
Published by Self-Published on January 23, 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 325
Format: eARC
Source: Publicity team
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Wade Abbott is one and done.

One look, one conversation, one weekend, and he knows who he wants.

Except, Mia Simpson is not free to return his affection. In fact, he suspects she's in an abusive marriage, but she never confirms that, and he has no choice but to mind his own business where she's concerned.

Two years after they first met and a year after he last heard from her, Mia shows up half-frozen, bruised and beaten on his doorstep, needing something only Wade can provide.


The Butler Vermont series is the self-published continuation of the Green Mountain series. I would read the Green Mountain series first as it is the basis with developing the town and its characters and I loved so many of these books. The Abbott family, their cousins, and this small town have captured my heart from the first book with Will. Oh Will, how I love thee.

The feel at the start of Here Comes the Sun was a bit romantic suspense. Things moved quickly.  I love the connections and so many of these characters. It felt great to catch up with their lives. The warmth and comfort is from the knowledge of the world and the long-term sense of the characters when this far into the series.  This is why I feel it is important to read the series throughout from the beginning or you miss all those feels, plus some of these are favorites of mine.

Wade is a quieter, more solitary member of the big family, if there is such a thing. I don’t feel I still know him as well as some others. Wade and Mia are in a gale storm of events and activity. Luckily, the Abbott family makes it easier, in spite of all their teasing. The humor and banter. understanding the characters, makes it all the more fun. During this book, their Country Store adds a new line they’ve been preparing – sex toys. The story arc for this, over a few books, has been awesome. Wade and Mia go through some shocks and twists but each book in the series is an HEA. I love this series and always look forward to more!


Giggle-worthy quotes:

“We’re introducing a new line of sex toys this month,” he said, breaking a long silence.

She turned to him, her cheeks flushed with what might be embarrassment. “Really?”


“Was that your idea?”

“Hell no. It was my dad’s.”

“I have no idea what to do with that information.”


” Come on, Wade.” Charley said. “Don’t be a pain in the ass. You know what we’re asking.”

“I learned everything I know about being a pain in the ass from you.”


About Marie Force

Marie Force is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 50 contemporary romances, including the Gansett Island Series, which has sold more than 2.3 million books, and the Fatal Series from Harlequin Books, which has sold more than 1.2 million books. In addition, she is the author of the Green Mountain Series as well as the erotic romance Quantum Series, written under the slightly modified name of M.S. Force. All together, her books have sold more than 5 million copies worldwide!

Her goals in life are simple—to finish raising two happy, healthy, productive young adults, to keep writing books for as long as she possibly can and to never be on a flight that makes the news.

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Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • 2018 New Release Challenge
  • COYER Winter Switch

Posted January 25, 2018 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Blog Tour, Book Review / 0 Comments