{Review} Watching Fireflies (Love Bug #1)

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Watching Fireflies by Jaycee Ford
Love Bug #1
Read February 2015
4 Stars

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Synopsis:

Jordan Hawthorne thought she had it all until a surprise for her fiancé turns into losing everything that she ever wanted. She flees her home in Charlotte, North Carolina to take a new job in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and make a new start where her ex-fiancé can’t find her. Jordan is just beginning to adjust to her new life in the middle of nowhere when a small town cowboy walks in and disrupts it all.

Tom McCloud never had time for a serious commitment, always too busy with running his grandparents’ farm. Everything changes when he stumbles upon a broken-hearted city girl and a steamy buzz ignites between them. But what happens when the city girl can’t stay hidden in the country for long?

Series Reading Order:
(Standalone series with interconnecting characters)

#1 Watching Fireflies
#2 Dragonfly Awakening
#3 Hornet’s Nest

Review:

Honestly I struggled with this book at the start. I couldn’t get over the instant love theme. I know love at first sight can happen for some people. But after everything Jordan had been through, it seemed to much like rebound love than real love to me. However I stuck with it because I wanted to know what would happen to our leading couple. And things did turn out for the best.

Tom is one lovable cowboy and I just couldn’t get enough of him. He was so sweet and reminded me of a big cuddly teddy bear.

Oh the added suspense towards the end really helped move this story along since I was so tempted to DNF it. However the mystery of knowing what was going to happen and just wanting to know kept me glued til the very end.

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