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Worth the Wait (Kingston Ale House) by [Pine, A.J.]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
Book 4 of 4 in Kingston Ale House (4 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1285 KB
  • Print Length: 285 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Select Contemporary (16 Jan. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MXZYZDF
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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Worth the Wait by AJ Pine is a fun and sexy romance. It’s hard to say a generic kind of theme this book adapts, probably in whole a friends to lovers theme, but the book includes instant attraction, detox programmes, reality show elements mixed with social media, and ex-partners who both crop up and impact in completely varying ways. What I can easily say is that AJ Pine is fast becoming one of my favourite authors with unique and well written stories that just completely draw me in and always leave you with a smile on your face after reading.

The two characters, Jeremy and Grace, have a sizzling chemistry from the get go, despite neither one really looking for romance, Grace in particular who is in the middle of a six months stint of following a rule book to detox from relationship habits and cleansing herself of ‘toxins’. However, that initial attraction continues to build for both characters and the two grow closer both emotionally and sexually (in an amusingly fun wordy sexual way given Grace’s determination to finish her detox and the situation they both find themselves in) but at a steady pace over three months. Both characters complement each other nicely, despite being in complete opposite points in their lives, their flaws and difficulties adding a realistic connection between the characters and readers. Both characters are likeable and will draw you in to their story.

Worth the Wait is well written with a witty style and steady pace. The writing style smoothly transitioned through dual points of views from witty to serious with such an ease that everything felt like it was handled just right, including the heartfelt emotion, developing feelings, lots of light hearted moments, and steamy scenes.
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By Book Gannet TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 Jan. 2017
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This was a fun, cute and surprisingly sexy read for a book where the two main characters can’t even kiss for the majority of it. Yet somehow, it works and works really well. I wasn’t all that impressed with Jeremy in the last book, but he definitely comes into his own here and I could fully understand Grace’s reasons for her cleanse, even if it I didn’t always agree with all her decisions. It’s a slow burn romance that doesn’t mind turning up the heat, even if close contact is in short supply.

Jeremy is a man who avoids commitment, not just to women but about his future too. He has a chance to go from bartender to partner at the Kingston Ale House, but old fears are holding him back. But even though he’s spent the last three years being carefree and slightly careless with the women he meets, there is still a good guy under the surface. He was hurt in the past, but he can both be and do better, and it was great seeing him change through the book. The patience he shows Grace is lovely and the way he supports her throughout is great to read.

Poor Grace has all kinds of reasons for not feeling much trust towards anyone these days. But she’s a determined girl who cares about those she loves, and just wants to get a fresh perspective on her life. Hence the cleanse. It does mess with her head a little at times, and there were a few moments where I wanted to shake her (particularly towards the end), but on the whole I found her really likeable and wanted her to find a way.

Along with the slow burn romance, which gives both characters plenty of time to get to know each other – particularly on the phone (*ahem*) – there are also a few villains hanging around and making things tricky. A couple of exs, to be more precise, and my they’re both a piece of work.
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Jeremy Denning is the brother of Annie Denning, the bookstore owner from [book:Three Simple Words|31952827], after his almost-fiancee brutally dumped him three years ago he has shied away from commitment of any kind. But now he has a shot at becoming a partner in the Ale House if he can prove he is interested. After a long day studying brewing techniques he gets back to his hotel room only to find that his ex has moved back to Chicago and is presenting the weather on the local TV station. In order to dissipate the resulting tension, he decides to have a relaxing massage. The receptionist fails to warn him to drink lots of water and alcohol and he is slightly the worse for wear when the masseur, Grace Bailey walks into the hotel bar.

Grace is the black sheep of the family, all of whom are high-flying lawyers. She was dating a lawyer in her parents' legal practice until he used the money for the deposit for their home to fund his gambling addiction and then threatened to expose her father's shortcomings if she told anyone. Tired of making bad judgements about men, Grace decides to go on a six month cleanse of mind and body, including no sex, to allow her to see more clearly and make better decisions based on a self-help book.

Grace and Jeremy keep bumping into each other, as if the cosmic forces are trying to bring them together, and they have just agreed to be friends so that Grace can complete her 'Man Cleanse' when Jeremy's ex walks into the bar. Before anyone is quite clear how it happened, Grace is now the star of a social-media based reality TV show in which the TV station arranges a date each week for Grace to see if she can connect with a man without sex. Can a man and a woman ever just be friends?
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