I loved this story!
The Boys of Jackson Harbor series has been the most enjoyable series. Because in each book it features one of those Jackson brothers and let me tell you, each and every one of them is book boyfriend material. How can one family have so many gorgeous boys, that are so sweet and loving, but an alpha in the bedroom. There is one sister, and I’m looking forward to reading about her love story too.
This is the fourth book in the series, and honestly I didn’t know if I was going to like the female lead in it because of her past role in book 3. I loved Brayden, I mean really loved him. He’s really something very special. We haven’t had a peek at who Brayden really is before now, but he is absolutely wonderful!
It was Molly that I was really afraid I wouldn’t be able to open up to. And at the beginning I still wasn’t so sure. But Lexi Ryan knows how to open someone up and reveal what’s truly inside. That’s what she did with Molly. I came to really love Molly. She ended up being good for Brayden, as he was for her. They go through some challenges and heartbreak, but they get through it. I found the end so heartwarming and Molly and her son, Noah, truly belong with the Jackson family. I can’t wait till the next book, where Carter Jackson gets his happily ever after!!
It’s an intense and angsty second chance romance. Don’t miss this wonderful romance. I highly recommend it.
These Jackson boys are just too hot! Every book just gets better! Molly finally has things going in the right direction with her new job except for the sexy, hot, desirable Brayden! She knows boss-employee just doesn’t mix but the chemistry is just too strong. But she has to think about her son Noah’s feelings. When Noah falls just as hard for Brayden the conflictions start! Such a good book!!
Wrapped up in Love is Brayden and Molly’s story. We met them in the previous books in this series. Brayden is the oldest Jacksonn brother who tends to be a workaholic. Molly is the step sister to Ava. Molly was abused by her step father for a really long time. She is pretty insecure because of the abuse, but she’s trying to prove herself with her new job working for Brayden. Brayden doesn’t care that he’s her boss he’s interested in her and wants to be with her, but he’s honoring her request that they be nothing coworkers. I really enjoyed their story. I felt for Molly for everything she had been through. I really liked her and admired her strength. I loved Brayden. He’s always been the more serious, quiet one in the other books. It was nice to see a new side of him. I loved the way he treated Molly and her son. I definitely recommend this story to everyone who enjoys a little angst with their romance. I’m looking forward to reading more about these Jackson Harbour boys.
The Boys of Jackson Harbor
Oh how I fa-love this series!! Every story gets better and better. This story along with the others can be read as a stand alone. I would highly suggest that you read them all.
Wrapped in Love is Brayden and Molly's story. I honestly thought this story was going to be a hard one for me to read. I have read all the stories in the series so far so I have a bit of background on Molly. I disliked her originally, but Ms. Ryan has the amazing ability to change my way of thinking!
Molly was broken and scarred at a young age. What didn't kill her made her stronger. But she still carries the emotional wounds deep within her. She feels like because of her past, she doesn't deserve better.
Brayden has his own vulnerabilities. He knows his initial meeting with Molly could have been much better, much different if he had known the whole history. But the past is the past and he wants a future with Molly.
This is a true story of second chances. This is a story of overcoming your past to make a brighter, more beautiful future. This is a story of what family truly means, not just related by DNA but being chosen.
I cannot wait for the next book in this series!!
I was entirely too anxious for Wrapped in Love to hit my kindle. I had mixed emotions upon discovering who this book was about. But after reading it, I can for sure say that I all my uncertainties I had were swept away.
After reading book one, The Wrong Kind of Love, I was instantly hooked on this series. Although they can be read as standalones, I highly recommend reading them in order, as character and story development with ALL the characters takes place throughout the entirety of the series.
Like I’ve already stated, I was very questionable about how I would feel about Molly and Brayden. And since we’ve only been given glimpses and half-revealed truths about her backstory and we’ve only known him as an ambitious workaholic, my early perception of them was debatable. To be honest, I just wasn’t sure I was going to love them as much as the characters in the previous books. So that’s why I couldn’t wait to read their story. I was hoping my early assumptions were proved wrong, and I’d love them just as much. And it did just that!
Molly and Brayden were very compelling characters. Both have been hurt by the people closest to them, and both struggle to become more than what their pasts dictate and who they’ve allowed themselves to be. That is until they enter one another’s lives. Instant attraction flares between them, but only one of them is willing to put their heart on the line, to prove that what they have is more than a casual relationship, but something that’s deeper, something that’s more beautiful than either of them have allowed themselves to have.
At times, this story is heartbreaking. The challenges and complications the characters face seem to be too much for either of them to face. But on the other hand, this story was joyous and emotional with words of compassion, acceptance, and love. The progression of the story line alongside the development of Molly and Brayden’s relationship, flowed wonderfully and truly captured my heart.
Wrapped in Love is the embodiment of an intense and angsty second chance love story. Don’t pass up this remarkably written romance; allow yourself to be wrapped up in all the passion, heartache, and holiday excitement that this book offers. Highly recommended!