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Book InfoHis To Hold by Serena Akeroyd
Series: Quintessentially Theirs #2
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Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance
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Ever hear the kid song, Jack and Isabeau sitting in a tree K I S S I N G?
Well, she met me when I was up in a tree, but kissing her has never been an option.
She isn’t the kind to fall for a daredevil.
And I’m a Formula One race car driver.
Adrenaline Junkie is my middle name.
Taking risks and tossing my fate to the wind is what I do.
Being her friend is no longer enough.
Can I find a way to hold onto her, when we are so intrinsically different?
A sports, ‘best-friends-to-lovers,’ holiday MF romance.
Reading His to Hold is like coming home to see your extended and rather crazy family for Christmas. It’s chaotic and full of drama, but ultimately heartwarming and enjoyable.
This instalment of the Quintessentially Theirs series follows Jack (Sascha’s youngest child) and Beau. They’ve been the best of friends since teenagers but everybody (Jack included) thinks Beau’s gay and nobody imagines the two of them will get together. Once Beau disabuses Jack of that notion, the story can get going and we get tossed in the middle of all the bonkers happenings that go hand in hand with the Dubois family.
If looks could kill, then she’d be dead.
And I’d help bury the body.
There are some absolutely brilliant moments courtesy of overbearing parents and others with no filter. In stark contrast, there are also times when your heart is in your throat and all you can do is pray that the inevitable doesn’t happen. For fans of the Quints there are plenty of classic Devon moments that will have you laughing hysterically.
Heady excitement stole the words from our lips, and kept out bodies humming along like we were part of a song that only we could hear.
The book is a wonderful read about the coming together of family around the Christmas period and how love really does make everything that much better.