Every Little Thing- Samantha Young Review

Yet again Samantha Young has exceeded all expectations, which is no mean feat considering how much I enjoyed book one in this series. 
Firstly I need to mention the magic of the boardwalk town that is Hartwell, (even after only two books into the series) this place, is my favourite book setting ever. The way in which the town is described just effortlessly paints the picture of beauty and serenity. I almost hear the waves lapping against the shore as I read, it truly transports me to a different world. 
Of course with any great setting you need great characters to bring it alive and the habitants of Hartwell do not disappoint. The bond between the cast of characters serve to remind us that it’s not blood that binds people it’s kindness and love. These characters some lifelong residents, some newbies all share a love of their town and the people in it. It’s not often I read a book and truly care for the side characters as much as the main protagonist but Young’s character development leaves me wanting more from every single character. Especially Jack, I’m in desperate need for his story. 
Anyway back to this story, we met Bailey and Vaughn in the one real thing and knew of their distaste for each other which automatically made me crave their words as I adore enemies to lovers stories. Add to that the fact that Vaughn was a super hot, loaded businessman what more could a girl want? His and Bailey’s relationship wasn’t an easy one it was full of uncertainty and obstacles. It was one that I couldn’t help rooting for. The way Vaughn protected Bailey had me swooning throughout and their reluctance to get together had me shouting at the pages.
All in all although book one blew me away and is still my favourite of the two, every little thing was a cracker of a follow up. If you loved The One Real Thing you won’t be disappointed with Every Little Thing. 
Oh and one last thing…Samantha, please hurry and write Jack’s story. I’m beyond intrigued by him.
Buy Links

Amazon US – http://amzn.to/2dO8ZQH

Amazon UK – http://amzn.to/2e64i7J

iBooks US – http://apple.co/2etNWnL

iBooks UK – http://apple.co/2e56Cuy

Barnes & Noble – http://bit.ly/2dOcJ4B

Kobo – http://bit.ly/2dA4YBN

Google Play – http://bit.ly/2fNFvX2

Amazon DE – http://amzn.to/2eRmenX

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