Tucker

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Tucker Book Summary


When all hope is gone, can love still find a way?

Tucker Simon has given up on love. After a tragedy, it’s just not in the cards for him, and he wishes his family would get off his back. He’s fine—or at least he thought he was--until a family wedding forces him to address a few things, namely his date, Abby Mathews. She's been put in the ‘friend’ category, mostly because she deserves so much more than what he can give. But the more time that he spends with her, Tucker begins to think that maybe there is a chance for love after all...

Abby Mathews has been in love with Tucker Simon since he walked into her family’s bar nearly a year ago. But he’s got baggage and heartache a plenty. His one-night-stands aren't going to lessen that no matter what he thinks. Tucker needs a friend, but Abby wants to give him more, and as they navigate their way through a weekend in Florida, their attraction can’t be ignored. Abby has to make a choice. Does she cherish their friendship and take what she can get? Or does she go after what she really wants, which is Tucker’s heart…



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Tucker - Juliana Stone Reviews

  • Tucker

    By Vossibossi5
    5
    Kept my interest continuously, didn't want to stop reading, chapter after each chapter! Plan on reading more in the series.
  • Too many characters

    By Noriinny
    2
    I really tried to like this book but I felt bombarded with so many characters all at once it got a bit confusing with not only their names but nicknames too! Even the author got confused when she accidentally calls Aunt Virginia, Aunt Victoria.
  • Tucker

    By [email protected]
    4
    This story is fun, sensitive and emotionally captivating. It kept me turning pages. Now I can't wait to know more about the Simon Clan.
  • MUST READ!!

    By tonywil
    5
    Hot, sexy, and riveting!! Fantastic read. Loved the depth of the characters. Great story with just enough sex to make it more romance than pornography. Loved it. Can't wait to start 'Jack'.
  • Ehh

    By SashaDyro13
    1
    She's a good writer but she just doesn't know how to draw you in. She uses big words and overly describes everything but these character's have no depth and they're boring. It was bland. She also used "Tucker" and "Abby" way too much. Abby is also too clingy too fast and has a wishy washy personality. Sometimes she's an awesome assertive character and others she's this insecure child. It's seriously frustrating. I got half way and couldn't finish it. Do not recommend.
  • Tucker

    By steph_rae
    3
    Ok read.
  • Wow!!

    By Gowens1090
    5
    I am a VERY picky and I picked this up and did not put it down until I finished it! Love love loved it!!!!
  • Second-chance-romance & friends-falling-in-love

    By ficcentral
    4
    Since Tucker Simon's wife Marley disappeared somewhere in the Atlantic three years ago, he's been living in a hellish limbo. Too many drinks and too many women aren't nearly enough to pull him out of the pits of his own mind, and he's pushed away any efforts to help him. But when a family wedding looms, he has no choice but to face the family he turned his back on, and when his mother offers to find him a plus one for the wedding, he turns to his favorite bartender in a panic. Abby Mathews has been in love with Tucker since the day she met him. She's given him drinks to nurse and an ear to bend, and when he needs a date for a wedding, she gives him the answer to his dilemma. But a tropical destination and love in the air give them both much more than they bargained for. The Verdict: Tucker's only ever thought of Abby as a friend, but it soon becomes clear that's not how others at the wedding see her. They're willing to step in and step up where he's not, and he finds himself jealous and mix-up when it comes to the lovely bartender. But he's an emotional fortress, still reeling from the death of his wife and unwilling to move on without the closure her disappearance denied him. Tucker is as difficult to read about as he is easy to understand. His marriage to Marley was a happy one, and losing her has overturned his entire world. He's dealing with the kind of guilt that only the grieving know, and any attempt to move on feels like an act of betrayal. So when his feelings for Abby move past the friendship he's comfortable with and step toward something more serious and lasting, his reaction is just as confusing as his heart. Abby may be in love with Tucker, but she's not delusional, and she knows he's still grieving the woman he planned to spend forever with. But she's not a pushover, either, and when Tucker's a jerk, she doesn't just sit back and take it. She listens and understands and doesn't judge him for his flaws, but she does call him out on things rather than let herself be hurt. Her situation is almost heartbreaking, loving a man who can't simply be won over and instead has to come to terms on his own with more than most people can handle. She's as afraid of never being enough as he is of handing over his wounded heart, and it makes for a bittersweet and ultimately rewarding story. The pacing is perfect, recognizing the characters' chemistry but allowing them the time to work through everything, miscommunicate and clear things up, and eventually come to terms and move forward. The secondary characters, including some familiar faces from The Barker Triplets series made for some great scenes, and even Cooper, who initially came off as something of a cad, won me over. Tucker is heavy on the grief and eventual healing, but it's tempered by witty dialog and believable romance, not to mention some rather combustible chemistry. It's second-chance-romance and friends-falling-in-love all rolled into one fantastic read.
  • Pretty good

    By Tney
    4
    Not a bad read. It was interesting enough, pretty well written. There were a few lines that were repeated too often, "a muscle worked its way across his jaw" and "there was one second where he could have stopped himself..", etc. It was noticeable but other than that i thought it was a good book.
  • Slightly boring and predictable

    By Happy designs
    3
    There were no twists and turns in this story. If you like a book where the heroine and the hero really fight to overcome obstacles this is not it. While there are some things the couple goes through the tale is disappointingly predictable and extremely straightforward.

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