After an accident lands Zoey in the hospital, her life, once again, takes a turn in the wrong direction. Andy starts acting differently and won’t talk to her about what is bothering him. He’s distant and broody, and the closer it gets to Zoey’s upcoming vacation, the more unsettling Andy’s behavior becomes. Once Zoey leaves for vacation, life doesn’t get any easier for her, until she begins to volunteer at a local horse ranch. There she meets Josie, a former therapist, who spent her career helping orphans. While she is working at the ranch, unbeknownst to her, Josie is helping Zoey better herself and heal. Zoey and Andy both realize they have issues from their troubling pasts that need to be dealt with during the month that Zoey is gone, and they agree to work on them. By the time she comes home, they’ve both succeeded at putting their previous tragedies behind them and are looking forward to their future together. On what should be the happiest day of their lives, Andy is completely blindsided by disturbing news from his past. While Andy is away and trying desperately to find out if the information he’s received is true, Zoey suspects a life changing situation that could either ruin her and Andy, or make them completely whole. Can their relationship survive Andy’s devastation, or will their lives fall apart forever? Will Zoey find it within her newfound strength to hold them together?
I really liked the first book in this series and was looking forward to the second one. And Just Say Yes didn't disappoint.
The story continues right after the first one left off. Zoey is in the hospital recuperating from her accident and Andy is right there by her side day in and day out.
Their relationship goes through a rough patch and then BAM!
Yeah, I'm going to be cruel and leave it at that, you absolutely need to read the book to see what happens. I promise you won't be disappointed in the story.
There are very cute and plenty of sexy moments in this book but the love that radiates between Zoey and Andy is just magical.
What attracted me the most about this story is the fact that it's a tale of second chances for both of the main characters. They both had their fair share of bad luck when it came to relationship and marriage, and life is finally giving them a new start with someone who is worth the love they have to offer.
Jen has the ability to transport you to the story and let you live it as your own.The way she ended this book had me going NO, NO, NO, you can't do this to me now. But after taking a moment I figure good things are worth waiting for and wait I shall until Jen is ready to give us the conclusion of this trilogy.
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