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  • Taschenbuch: 352 Seiten
  • Verlag: Grand Central Publishing (24. September 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1455521108
  • ISBN-13: 978-1455521104
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,4 x 11,1 x 2,5 cm
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zu viel Sex! Seitenlange Beschreibungen über das Wie und Wie lange ist absolut unnötig für den Verlauf der Handlung.
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Von BJs Book Blog on 24. September 2013
Format: Taschenbuch
★★★★★ 5 Stars

My Opinion:

Like all books in the series - I loved it!

Leah and Jack have been friends forever - she's always been there for him - and when you forget about the thing that almost happened - nothing romantically ever happened between them.

Now Leah is back in Lucky Harbor.

Lucky Harbor sat nestled in a rocky cove between the Olympic Mountains and the coast, the architecture an eclectic mix of old and new. She’d been to a lot of places since she’d left here, but there’d been nowhere like this small, cozy, homey town.
She needs to help in her grandma's bakery. She also brings a few secrets and sorrows with her. Like for example: Did she or did she not win the Pastry-Chef-TV-Show?? Why is she back in Lucky Harbor? Will she stay this time?

Jack is still the same H.O.T. firefighter!

Jack's mother has breast cancer - and she desperately wants Jack to find a good girl before she dies. Jack has always had problems with relationships. Because he believes that once he loves someone they will die - like his firefighter-hero Dad.

But then one day - kind of accidentally - Leah tells Jack's mom that they're together - just to make the older woman feel better - and be stronger to face the Chemo.

And that's where the whole story starts ☺

Jack is SO not happy that he now has an official girlfriend. Sure, Leah is sexy and he has always liked her - but he doesn't want a relationship. But - he's happy that this whole Leah-thing makes his mom feel a little better.

Before Jack and Leah can even discuss or argue about their 'relationship' - the whole town already knows - because it's on Facebook of course!! And on Pinterest too.
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Not quite up to par, but entertaining nonetheless 29. September 2013
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I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review as part of the Bookaholics Club.

Leah and Jack have known each other forever, best friends. Leah moves back to her hometown to help her grandma out in her bakery and give herself a place to be while she waits out the showing of a reality cooking show in which she is a contestant.

Jack and Leah are thrown together as a couple when Leah fibs to Jack's mother, who is recovering from cancer, that they are a real couple to cheer her up.

Now, this sounds like a good story. The reality show storyline grabbed me, but it was a background byline and never came to fruition till the very end. The real story was between Jack and Leah, but unfortunately, the story was more a separate one about Jack and a separate one about Leah. It took forever for them to get any heat going! (much less share any pages together) This book was odd, because I usually find Shalvis' female leads highly-entertaining, strong women. But Leah was so full of self-doubt and low self-esteem, that she was annoying.

And there was a mystery to be solved--fires are popping up around Lucky Harbor. This was a good part of the book.

I look forward to more Lucky Harbor books--hopefully Jack's best friend Ben will be next!
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Always on My MInd 24. September 2013
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Anything by Jill Shalvis is on my automatic buy list, and Always on My Mind (A Lucky Harbor Novel) was no exception. Jack is a fire fighter in Lucky Harbor when we revisit this small town but this time we check In with Leah, a reality cooking star and a pastry chef from a french culinary school and a best friend of Jack's who left town (him) a long time ago. She is in town pinch hitting for her grandma's bakery while her grandma is recovering from knee surgery on a temporary basis.
This is my favorite kind of romance, between best friends with more to the story than you would think, there is strong emotion, tears, and smiles, some angst, steam, and a little suspense. She also includes Kevin, a goofy great dane that adds warmth and humor to the story.
Ms Shalvis has a way of pulling you into the story, and has a wonderful way of bringing the surroundings to life. The secondary characters are brought into the story as well, and there is a lead-in for the next book in the series, Aubrey, one of her two best friends referred to in the story, and Ben, Jack's cousin. I gratefully thank Ms. Shalvis and Grand Central Publishing for sending me a copy of this ebook via NetGalley for a preview. 5 Stars.
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I adore Jack and Leah! 24. September 2013
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Ah, it's like a fresh of breath air being back in Lucky Harbor. I adore this series and the hunky alpha heroes. Jill Shalvis' writing is addictive and sexy and sassy. I really loved reading as Jack and Leah unravel and crash into a whirlwind of lust, desire, and finally... love

Leah Sullivan has never really known her path, but she's always loved adventure. She grew up with an abusive and domineering father that expected her to be the best. Perfect. Yet no matter what she did, it was never good enough. When things would get bad, she would find solace in her rock and protector, Jack Harper, her childhood best friend. He always welcomed her with open arms and consoled her when the tears would fall. The relationship between Jack and Leah was incredibly touching and emotionally deep. I could tell they loved each other immensely.

But seventeen year old Leah decides to take off, leaving behind Lucky Harbor, and a broken hearted Jack, without saying goodbye. She attends culinary school to become a pastry chef and, eventually, goes on a cooking reality TV show, Sweet Wars. Leah comes home after the show is done filming to help her ailing grandmother with her pastry shop. As the show is airing, Leah is bound by contract to keep mum about the winner of the show. Of course, everyone in the small town of Lucky Harbor is watching and hounding Leah every chance they get, certain Leah has won because she is kicking ass. Though, Leah is not acting like a winner. So, now that Leah is back in Lucky Harbor, she has a chance to regroup her life, rekindle her friendship with Jack, and has developed good friendships with Aubrey and Ali. But her suitcase is not unpacked, since she has every intention to get the hell out of dodge before the last show airs.

Charming, sexy as hell, Lieutenant Jack Harper has always lived in the shadow of his father, who is now deceased. His determination and loyalty to be the baddest of the bad had him fighting fires as a `Hotshot', but a knee injury forced him to go back home to work at the local fire station. Though, this time, Jack is trying to make a path for himself. Jack was hurt by Leah running out on him, but remained in touch with her over the years and kept their friendship status the same when she came home; always her protector and savior.

When Leah decides to tell Jack's mother's that she and Jack are dating to alleviate some of her worries, things suddenly get out of control between them quickly. Jack is not happy with Leah and is not interested in repeating history with her. He was once willing to give her his heart. Now he's not interested in having his heart broken again, knowing that Leah runs when things get too heavy. But he goes along with the charade anyway and creates rules for their `pretend' relationship to keep her at arm's length. When `pretend' turns into `no strings attached sex,' things become even more confusing between them and the rules start to bend. How long will this little game go on before they realize that it was never pretend but the real thing the entire time?

As Jack and Leah continue with their charade and dance around their feelings, there is no denying the lust and love they've buried for so long. I loved watching the cool and calm Jack brought to his knees by Leah; the one woman that's always been on his mind. And it was just a matter of time before Leah realized that Jack is more than just her best friend; he's her everything. But they both have a lot of issues to work through... in other words, they both really needed to pull their stubborn heads out of their butts to see they are perfect for each other.

I will admit to being a little concerned with this couple at first, when the chemistry between them felt lacking. Oh, there is an attraction, but I was worried with the way Jack was so angry with Leah over the `pretend' relationship. Some of his harsh words absolutely slayed me. However, with one long overdue smoldering kiss between them, the lukewarm chemistry turned from to simmering to boiling in 0.2 seconds. Yeah, I was no longer concerned at this point. That's what you call a slow panty melting burn that will make your toes curl.

"Now you," she said desperately. "You have to lose something."
"But you're not finished." He leaned back on his elbows, all long, sprawled-out grace. The caged leopard at rest...
Good lord. "Fine." She shoved off her jeans. Dammit. To go with her sports bra, her panties were laundry day panties, faded yellow, and worse, they had "Thursday" printed across the butt.
It was Sunday.
Jack Grinned.

(LOL... I love this scene!)

Always on My Mind is the eighth book in the Lucky Harbor series. You can read this as a stand-alone, but it's totally worth starting this series from the beginning. There is nothing like a good friends-to-lovers romance - one of my favorite tropes. And, once again, Jill Shalvis has created another page turner that will make you groan in frustration when her hero and heroine don't play well together, but also melt your heart at the same time. There is also a dash of mystery added to the story that had me trying to guess who the villain of Lucky Harbor is. I love this town and its endearing, quirky people that put a smile on my face. It's like coming home every time I read a Lucky Harbor book.

Rating: B+
Heat: Hot

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So disappointing... 28. September 2013
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I was looking forward to this book, as I have read all the others in the series, and felt that the characters of Leah and Jack had great potential. I was so disappointed though. It seemed that Ms Shalvis herself was bored with the characters, and put very little effort into them. Did Jack and Leah hate each or? Or love each other? Of course they have a happy ending, but their road to that happy ending just wasn't interesting and actually seemed quite annoying. The back story was not well developed and I really felt like the author gave up on their story and journey towards love. I will however look forward to the next book, hoping that this one was just a glitch in an otherwise fun series.
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eh. 30. Oktober 2013
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My mother has been after me for a while to read Jill's books and I read one of the first Lucky Harbor books and loved it. This one however...just...bla, Did not like Leah at all...AT ALL. and since I didn't like her at all, I didn't care one bit what happened to her...just dissapointed.
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