Until There Was Us by Samantha Chase

Until There Was Us by Samantha Chase
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (225 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Quince

He’ll have to play his cards just right for her to take a chance on him…

Megan Montgomery has always been careful…except that one time she threw caution to the wind and hooked up with a sexy groomsman at her cousin’s wedding. But that was two years ago—so why can’t she stop thinking about Alex Rebat?

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Until There Was Us is a sweet second chance romance novel.

Although this was not my usual type of story, that does not mean that I did not like it. I found it well written and I loved that the characters were well developed, complex and three dimensional.

Until There Was Us is a family saga and what I do not typically enjoy about family sagas is the meddling of overprotective parents, and this novel had plenty of scenes of them. Also, this is the 7th story in the Montgomery Brothers series but by the time I realized that, I already liked the story too much not to finish it. Although the story can be read as a standalone, Until There Was Us features many recurring characters from previous installments whose stories I did not know.

In the first half of the novel, the hero and heroine overcame most of their problems but there was a little bit of drama at the end which showed just how much the hero and heroine were meant for one another. The pace of the story was a bit uneven and there were parts with too much description that slowed the story down; but there were plenty of parts that I enjoyed very much.

If readers follow and like the Montgomery Brothers series then this is a story for you. Also, if you like romances that contains large, loud and meddling families, this is definitely the story for you.

I have a confession to make – I am actually looking forward to reading the next installment in the Montgomery Brothers series. I hope it will be Christian’s story because I would love to see his HEA.

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