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by Sarah Mayberry

eBook Suddenly You epub
  • ISBN: 0373718128
  • Author: Sarah Mayberry
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: World Literature
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Superromance; Original edition (November 6, 2012)
  • ePUB size: 1624 kb
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Sarah Mayberry was born in Melbourne, Australia. Ever since she learned to read and write she has wanted to be an author

Sarah Mayberry was born in Melbourne, Australia. Ever since she learned to read and write she has wanted to be an author.

He couldn’t get Pippa out of his head. The feel of her body beneath his hands. The pale, soft skin of her breasts and inner thighs. The taste of her. Man. He was hard for her again elievable. He folded his arms behind his head, thinking about tomorrow night, what he wanted to do to her. Strip her naked, for starters. He wanted to see all of her, wanted to lick and suck and touch every inch of her pale, smooth skin. He would take his time, too, no rushing into things like a bull at a gate the way he had tonight.

Suddenly You Sarah Mayberry. Pippa White has always been out of bounds for Harry Porter. This book was written with the undeniable distraction of a new puppy in the house. First she was going out with his best friend Steve. Then she had his baby. So it would be remiss of me not to thank Max for the many hours he stole from my work while simultaneously making me laugh and gnash my teeth. Bless your little furry everything. As usual, Wanda held my hand and gave sage counsel and helped me see the wood for the trees. There would be no me without you, my dear. What can I say? You really are the best.

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Maybe Sarah Mayberry and I have grown a bit apart. not exactly in a book slump, but perhaps a book ennui? Also the conflict would've worked much better (view spoiler)[if it has taken place BEFORE Harry had decided to take over his father's shop!

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It’s not suddenly you, it’s suddenly me – Suddenly You by Sarah Mayberry. There is absolutely nothing wrong with Suddenly You. The words are arranged on the page in a perfectly reasonable way. Some of them form entertaining or otherwise vivid conjunctions. Then they settle down together. It’s honestly the first time I’ve read a romance and genuinely felt like the genre wasn’t for me. Even books I haven’t particularly enjoyed, I’ve been able to understand on some level, and I had an idea of what they were doing, or trying to do, and why they were doing it. Even, for that matter, Bared To You.

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The definition of a happy man?The guy who knows exactly what he wants and has it. That's Harry Porter. He's got the perfect job, the best buddies and no commitments beyond the next good time. It's the ideal life.Then he stops to help Pippa White when she's stranded by the side of the road. He's known—and liked—her for a while, but as the ex of a friend, she's entirely off-limits. And as fun as the banter with her is, Harry knows single moms are out of his league.So why all the excuses to see Pippa again…and again? And why can't he stop thinking about her? But most puzzling of all is how Harry suddenly wants to swap a night with the boys for one with only Pippa!
Comments: (7)
I just recently discovered Sarah Mayberry and went overboard downloading just about every romance she's written. I don't regret doing so. She's consistently good at what she does. Of course, if you read too many in rapid succession, you'll get romance overload, so don't do what I did. Space her romances out over time.

This is her latest release and the hero here, Harry Porter, is the brother of Mel, the heroine of All They Need (Harlequin Super Romance), another good Mayberry entry but it doesn't have to be read to enjoy this new one.

The great thing about Mayberry's characters is that they're regular folks, not a billionaire or Italian tycoon to be found. And they suffer with the same problems many regular folk do, abusive relationships, abusive or substance-abusing parents, disappointments in their love lives, health issues, loss of loved ones, etc. That's not to say her books are downers. Not at all. They're a tribute to the resiliency of the human spirit. (OK, that sounds like a little much for a Harlequin romance, but they are really good.)

This one has single mom Pippa struggling to stay afloat economically while juggling working and going back to school to get her teaching degree and taking care of her 6-month-old daughter Alice. Alice's dad is an immature 30-something guy named Steve who dropped Pippa as soon as he heard she was pregnant and refuses to help with child support. See, Steve needs all his money to support his happy-go-lucky, free-of-responsibility bachelor life.

Steve's best friend Harry also enjoys his responsibility-free lifestyle, not wanting to marry or even take over his dad's business because he doesn't want the hassle of the administrative and supervisory work involved. He prefers his life as an employed mechanic, drawing a paycheck, relaxing after work, and spending all his money on entertaining himself.

Then Harry spies Pippa, his best friend Steve's ex, on the side of the road with car troubles. That begins their relationship and it's a beautiful story of growing love between the two and of growing up (mostly on Harry's part). Pippa also has to learn to trust in Harry's love and growth as a person.

All in all, it's another terrific Mayberry love story.
Pippa is a single mother to 6 months old Alice who came as a big surprise when Pippa was dating and having fun with Steve. Steve and Pippa were both living a life of no responsibilities but Pippa realized she had to change her ways and reentered university to get a teaching degree whereas Steve blamed Pippa for forcing him to be a father and therefor refused to pay anything to the baby.

The hero of this story is Harry who is Steve`s best friend. Harry lives a life similar to Steve`s. It`s surfing, partying, beers with the mates and the occasional date with a hot girl. But Harry is made from different cloth than Steve is, which comes to show when he finds Pippa on the side of the road one day and offers to help. Harry`s helping Pippa with her car turns into him helping her with the odd jobs around her house - and finally them acting on the physical attraction between them.

The problem is Steve. You just don`t date your mate`s ex. And Pippa doesn`t want a new boyfriend who`s a copy of the old one. So there`s a bit going back and forth.

What I truly loved about this book - and all the Sarah Mayberry books I`ve read - is how she writes characters who ring true. Pippa could have been one of my friends with her second hand dresses and her heavy framed glasses. And Harry was an incredibly hot and sweet hero. Big, muscular, tattooed but with his heart in the right place. The way they think and act are exactly the way one would imagine people like them would think and act. They have their hang-ups and their negative thoughts but they don`t create unnecessary drama and there is no stupid misunderstandings. These are two likable people who are trying to work out what they want from each other - hoping not to be hurt in the process. Much like most people do when they find a person they are attracted to.

I ended up wanting to meet both Pippa and Harry - have a beer with them - and you can`t say that about too many romance heroes and heroines. I can truly recommend this book to anyone who wants to read contemporary romance that seems contemporary - a romance with characters you can relate to because they are like people around you.
This could have been a good novel, but I thought Harry was a little juvenile. His choice of best friend should have told others about him too.
This was thought out very well.
There was nothing unlikable about Pippa, or Alice (I just wanted to cuddle her!), or Harry's personality (except for is immoral attitude). Steve was long overdue for a psych evaluation, and at first glance, he needed a trip out to the woodshed with any on of Harry's family members (Mel perhaps).
What I loved the most was how well rounded this whole scenario was, and how thing took place gradually, like in real life, instead of insta-love, like so many writers are gagging to do these days.
Question: Why is Steve described as having blonde hair, but then Harry's dad referred to his hair as being red? I picked up a few other contradictions also throughout the book; fortunately they did not detract too much from the story.
The only things that I would change, if I could, would be ixnaying the cursing, and adding an Epilogue that shows them maybe ten to twenty years later. Oh and, have a book cover that reflects how the characters look, because this one doesn't go at all.
For someone who isn't comfortable with sexually charged stories, I fell in love with the root of this tale.
Well done Ms. Mayberry!
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