Thursday, August 8, 2013

Blog Tour: Easy to Love You by Megan Smith


Hunter finally has MacKenzie Cahill, the girl of his dreams. A horrible accident finds those dreams threatened. As their lives change, secrets begin to surface. These revelations could prove to be either the downfall of Hunter and MacKenzie or the catalyst that strengthens their bond.

Hunter has painful choices to make. Will he realize what he has before it’s gone? He knows what he must do to save his future, but will he be leaving everyone else in his past?

Will the bond between the two families be strong enough to keep them together?

4 star review by Jen Hagen

“Easy to Love You” is the continuing story of Hunter and CC from “Trying Not to Love You.”  I recommend that you read the first book. 

“Easy to Love You” begins the day of the accident in Hunter’s POV.  The story is told in alternating POV between Hunter and CC.  Hunter and CC finally are getting the happy life they fought for and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their baby.  Unfortunately the delivery of the baby is forced when CC became seriously injured in a car accident.  CC’s injuries become life threatening.

“My whole world stopped dead in its tracks.  My heart sank into my stomach and tears pooled in my eyes.”

Hunter is a wonderful dad.  He loves his son dearly and is his sole caretaker while his beloved CC lies in the hospital.  Hunter performs his duties of a father with pride and takes to fathering naturally.   He also has the support of CC’s family, even the brothers who fought him from being with CC in the beginning stages of their relationship.  (I love when the baby pukes on these young men and their reactions.  KARMA!)   When CC does awake, she feels guilty for missing out already on their son’s life.  Hunter has waited to name their son until she wakes up.  Ryder Chaos is now formally introduced to us.  Hunter and CC’s road to happiness reaches another road block when Hunter’s past catches up with him, a past that will serve no purpose other than to destroy everything that he and CC have fought for. 

“I’d finally gotten my girl after all these years of wanting her, and now I felt like this was going to take her away from me.”
It’s not just Hunter keeping a secret from CC.  Turns out CC’s family has been keeping a secret from her as well.  When CC is told the truth from both sides it makes her question the trust of all those around her, especially Hunter’s trust.

“We fought for so long to be together but now it felt like it was still impossible and out of reach.  How could you have a relationship with someone you really don’t know?”

This next part of the story is rough and your heart will break.  Although you will be mad at Hunter for not telling CC the truth, you will also feel sorry for him.  He loves CC and Ryder so much.  Hunter is a very responsible young father and takes his role very seriously.  I can see why CC was so mad at him by holding back the truth, but he was only doing this to protect his precious new family and part of it wasn’t his story to tell. 

“I walked out of the house and away from my life, my family.” -- Hunter

“I sat there and listened to her cry until, eventually, it grew quiet and I assumed she’d fallen asleep again.  I wiped my eyes and when I did I felt tears I hadn’t known were there.”—Hunter

“Please, CC.  We can work through this.  I want my family back.”  -- Hunter

In case you can’t tell, I felt really bad for Hunter.  I needed him back with his family as he took to being a father like a fish does to water. 

There are secondary tales to tell and answers to be had.  These will all come to light in books 3 and 4.  But breathe easily, this book does not end on the heart-stopping (quite literally) cliffhanger as the first book did. 

Author Bio

When Megan Smith is not writing she is a wife to her high school  sweetheart and a mom to her son. She lives in the New Jersey. At the end of the day when she is done work and being a mom you can find her curled up with a good book or writing on her current story.

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