It Had to Be You (Lucky Harbor, #7)
Publish date: May 28th 2013
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 368
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
So this one was fun. I liked that Ali was from the "wrong side of the tracks." I liked that her mom and sister were portrayed as loving (but ditsy). Luke had a case that blew up in San Fran. He came back to Lucky Harbor for a break. Luke and Ali's first meeting was hilarious - and different. I enjoy...
“Didn’t see that coming.”“Didn’t see what coming?”“You.” It Had to Be You by Jill Shalvis was yet another sweet, tender, funny and light-hearted addition to this wonderful contemporary romance series. This book made me laugh out loud, had me swooning over sexy Luke and definitely left me happily sig...
I can always count on this series to give me a few hours of gratifying reading ending with a smile on my face. There's something just easy about Jill Shalvis' style of writing, and more importantly about the characters and situations she writes about in this series. They all feature heroes and heroi...
I'm not going to lie, I LOVED this book! Jill Shalvis delivered a great plot and once again gave us truly relatable protagonists.I found Ali to be endeaing from the first page of the book. And how could I not when in the opening scene she's hopping up on a toilet seat to check out her outfit in the ...
This story started out pretty good but before long the action slowed down. The romance path was predictable and the characters ruminated on it a lot. I started skimming but the ending was exciting. Ali is dumped by her boyfriend and has to move out of their rental when owner cop Luke shows up.