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Then Came You [Format Kindle]

Jill Shalvis
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Revue de presse

Humor, intrigue, and scintillating sex. Jill Shalvis is a total original (Suzanne Forster, New York Times bestselling author)

Anyone remember those funny, fluttering butterfly feelings you get when you're in love for the first time? [T]hat is what I felt while I was reading Animal Magnetism. If you love a true romance with amazing characters that leave you wanting more, go out and grab a copy of Animal Magnetism.

It is so worth it!

(Joyfully Reviewed)

From beginning to end, Animal Magnetism is a captivating story that will have you laughing out loud, rooting for a happy ending for Lilah and Brady, and hoping that this won't be your last visit to Sunshine (Romance Reviews Today)

I loved the sexual tension, the great dialogue, and the well-developed characters. Any book by Jill Shalvis is guaranteed to be a hit! (The Romance Studio)

Présentation de l'éditeur

From the New York Times bestselling author of Rumor Has It and the Lucky Harbor series comes the story of a woman whose world is turned upside down by one night's torrid fling...



Veterinary intern Emily can’t believe she wound up in the small town of Sunshine, Idaho, instead of the Los Angeles clinic she had always imagined. Now she has to put her plans to move to L.A. on hold for a whole year while she fulfills the obligation of her vet school scholarship.



Then Wyatt, her gorgeous one-night stand from a Reno vet conference, introduces himself as her new boss. And Emily is just as drawn to his seductive looks and quiet strength as she was on that very steamy night. She soon learns that Wyatt isn’t just a laid-back doctor, but a delicious alpha male tempting her away from her carefully laid-out plans...


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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 304 pages
  • Editeur : Berkley (1 juillet 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00HDMLXPO
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just perfect! 12 août 2014
Par CLAIRE
Format:Poche|Achat vérifié
This is a great book! I can't stop myself reading Jill Shalvis Books. Such a great writer.
A great story with lovely caracters.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is my favorite Shalvis book ever! 1 juillet 2014
Par Anne, Dirty Girls' Good Books - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I’ll be honest, the past couple Shalvis books I’ve read just haven’t worked for me. They were ok, but not wonderful. Well, this one, Then Came You, was WONDERFUL! This is my favorite Shalvis book ever!

Emily has a PLAN for her life. Having a plan has helped her survive some really tough years. Now she’s finished veterinary school and is on to the one year internship that came with her scholarship. Unfortunately, it’s not in L.A. like she planned. Nope. She’s in Sunshine, Idaho. So she’s altered her plan and is counting down the 365 days before she can get back on track.

Wyatt is one more thing she didn’t plan on. He was a one night stand at a convention a few months ago, and now… he’s her supervisor. This probably shouldn’t be a problem. They’re both professionals, after all. But he’s really cute, and he wears funny t-shirts, and she thinks he’s hot looking no matter what he’s wearing. And then there’s the blisteringly hot chemistry that keeps popping up and they just can’t deny. They both know the score, though. Wyatt’s looking for roots and permanency. Emily is doing her time and moving on. They just need to remember not to fall for each other.

If you’ve read a few of my reviews, you know that I like low conflict contemporary romance. Lauren Dane’s Brown Siblings series is one of my favorites. This book is a lighter, funnier version of that kind of romance, and I loved it! Emily and Wyatt actually talk to each other (most of the time.) They have messed up lives and siblings and friends. And as always in a Jill Shalvis book, the humor and the dialog shine!

“You do realize that I totally blame you,” she said, breaking the silence.
“For?”
“Sitting there wearing a goofy-ass tie, driving like you do everything else, which is so stupid sexy I can’t think.”
He swiveled his amused gaze her way. “Anything else?”
She blew out a breath. “Fine. Mock me. Just…keep your hands to yourself.”
He lifted them in a surrender.
“And your mouth.”
Said mouth quirked, and he mimed zipping it closed.
God, she was out. Of. Control. She covered her face with her hands and took a deep breath. “I’m going in now.”
She didn’t go in.
“This is so ridiculous,” she finally whispered.
She felt his fingers grip hers. He lowered her hands from her face. “It’s fine,” he said. “You don’t want anything to happen, nothing’s going to happen.”
She stared at him. “It’s not.”
“Well, not unless you want it to, and then instigate things in a big way.”

That was when she lost her tenuous hold on her sanity, reaching for him at the same time he tugged. She landed in his lap, straddling him. “Hi,” she said against his lips. “I’m instigating.”

This story was hot, sweet, and funny! I highly recommend it and it’s going on my best of the year list! I’ll add that I read the first two books in this series a couple of years ago and then just lost track of it for a while. So I basically read this story as a stand alone, and it does just fine. If it’s the first one in this series you’ll have no trouble jumping in.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Laugh-out-loud hilarious, wickedly hot, and wildly entertaining 1 juillet 2014
Par Kimberly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
Then Came You is classic Jill Shalvis through and through, meaning it's laugh-out-loud hilarious, wickedly hot, and wildly entertaining from beginning to end. This book should come with a warning, but as it doesn't I'll provide one: Do not start reading Then Came You late at night. Should you do so, you'll be reading until you can no longer keep your eyes open...and then you'll dive right back in as soon as you wake up. Yes, it's that addictive.

Just when I think I can't love her heroes and heroines more, Ms. Shalvis captures my heart with a too-sexy-for-words veterinarian and a bright and funny veterinary intern with a plan that's about to be derailed. Both Wyatt and Emily charmed the hell out of me with their caring hearts and pure, unadulterated love for animals. The chemistry between them is fantastic, their banter will make you smile, and the steam factor will have you cranking up the A/C this summer. Without a doubt, Wyatt and Emily are perfect for each other, but Ms. Shalvis doesn't make the road to happily ever after a smooth one for these two. Each of them has been marked by their pasts, and because of this they now have set life plans that threaten to take them in two different directions despite their mutual attraction. How things work out for them is something I won't reveal, but I will say that the ending is worth every bump in the road.

Then Came You is the fifth book in the Animal Magnetism series, but it can easily be read as a standalone. Whether you've been with this series from the beginning or are just jumping in, you're sure to fall in love with the Animal Magnetism world. Ms. Shalvis creates the best small towns, and I'd move to Sunshine, Idaho in a hot second if it were real.

To quote Emily, "Hot guys and animals...a damn fine combination." Then Came You has both in spades, and when you add in Ms. Shalvis's sparkling dialogue and signature loveable characters, it's easy to see why I highly recommend this book. There's something to win the heart of every romance fan in Then Came You, so don't miss it!

Kimberly
Review courtesy of Wit and Sin
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful contemporary romance 4 juillet 2014
Par Pamerd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
This is one of my favorite series by one of my favorite authors and I truly enjoyed this addition. Ms. Shalvis once again gives us a humorous, sexy romance with the hero and heroine that are perfect for each other.

Emily is a recent graduate of veterinary school and as required by her scholarship she is spending a year as an intern. She would love to spend that year in the Beverly Hills area but the choice is not hers so she finds herself in Sunshine, Idaho. Belle Haven is run by Del and his two brothers Brady and Adam, it is a busy place and the brothers are spread thin so several other employees round out the engaging staff, including Dr Wyatt Stone, Emily’s immediate supervisor during her internship. What a coincidence that Wyatt and Emily have met before, they spent an amazing night together during a conference in Reno several months ago, a night that was supposed to be the one and only time they saw each other, oh I love how life gets interesting.

They both have issues that prevent any type of commitment; he recently broke up with his fiancé and is renovating the home his grandmother gave him with his two quirky sisters, and Emily has life all mapped out for her with plans for her future that do not include Sunshine, Idaho.

I love this series, the characters are charming, the setting is beautiful (Idaho), there is humor and of course the hero and heroine make this a fun read. I am torn about which one, out of the five books, is my favorite but I must say that this one ranks up there toward the top.

I love Wyatt, he is a quiet man that is part animal whisper and woman whisper as Emily will attest to. He seems to be this funny easy going guy but we do get a glimpse of some alpha goodness when he is alone with Emily. He is so good with animals and I like how they just melt around him, he is also very good to his quirky sisters that live with him in their money pit of a house. He claims he is not ready for a new relationship and is usually not the instigator of the sexy times they share but he does go all in when he accepts how his feels for Emily.

Emily is very likable, she is intelligent and funny but very hung up on the plans for her life. I have to admit that I love how she acts around Wyatt, she is the one that can’t stay away and usually starts the heat going between the two, and the honesty that comes from her is so refreshing, she admits freely how she feels about him and I laughed several times because of the words that came out of her mouth.

I absolutely love the relationships that both Wyatt and Emily have with their sisters. Wyatt is living with Zoe and Darcy, both with their own styles of quirkiness, the banter between the three is hilarious as they fix up the house their grandmother left them and they mend the wounds that their disengaged parents created. I also like the relationship between Emily and her sister Sara, they also fight like siblings but you can feel the love between them as they also deal with the aftermath of their childhood.

Wyatt and Emily have amazing chemistry that jumps off the page; they can’t keep away from each other as they try to ignore the attraction. But when they do get together it is combustible and the scenes are very sexy.

The pace of the story is perfect as we watch the two dance around each other and their attraction, there is a bit of drama and danger but it is near the end of the book and it is over quickly, it almost feels like an afterthought but still enjoyable. This is a must read for all those Jill Shalvis fans and those that have never read her books, it is small town romance at its best that satisfies all the needs of a great book and although this is book five, it can easily be read as a standalone.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another keeper 2 juillet 2014
Par GwenL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
Hot guys, cute animals and watching the best-laid plans crumble … what’s not to like about THEN CAME YOU, the newest title in Jill Shalvis’ Animal Magnetism series.

Emily is a newly minted veterinarian who has to fulfill a one-year internship as part of the terms of a grant that put her through vet school. She’s focused on her Plan for life, and one year in Sunshine, Idaho, doesn’t fit into it.

Wyatt, a veterinarian at Belle Haven, has his own plan — although he doesn’t capitalize it and repeat his goals every day to reinforce it as Emily does. Wyatt’s plan revolves around putting down roots in Sunshine.

Enter Chemistry — which actually appeared before we meet Wyatt and Emily. One-night stands in Reno have a way of sneaking up when you least expect them — like in Sunshine when you discover your boss is the hot guy you rumpled the sheets with.

Shalvis brings her characters to life gently, and we get to know them as they get to know each other. After all, most one-night stands don’t involve a lot of chit-chat!

We discover that both Emily and Wyatt have solid reasons why they want the futures they envision — Emily in Los Angeles and Wyatt in Sunshine.

As part of the Animal Magnetism series, THEN CAME YOU lets us check in with some favorite characters — both two-legged and four-legged. And Shalvis brings her own quirkiness to move along the action. My favorite scene involved serial texting after a critical encounter.

THEN CAME YOU is a great summertime read. Grab it today and enjoy the holiday weekend — if you can keep from opening the book that long!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 "Second verse same as the first" 10 juillet 2014
Par Becca - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Remember the old, old song "Henry the 8th" and the line "second verse, same as the first'? Replace "verse" with "book" and that about covers it.
Animal Magnetism was great, so I had high hopes for Then Came You, the second installment in this series. I didn't realize, however, that they were pretty much the exact same book.
In the first book, it was widely know that Jade was only staying temporarily and guess what? So was Emily in this book. Jade didn't want to get involved because she was leaving and guess what? Neither did Wyatt in this book. Dell's family abandoned him and Wyatt felt abandoned by his world traveling parents. Female patients were all over Dell and Jade ran interference. Female patients were horndogs for Wyatt and horndog Emily ran interference. Jade kept everything in spread sheets, Emily had The Plan where she meticulously mapped out her goals. Jade talked about how Dell had a sexy voice, Emily talked about how Wyatt had a sexy voice. It's like Shalvis just changed the names and wrote the same book.
But the singularly most annoying aspect of this book was Emily. If she didn't tell Wyatt he was sexy once, she told him fifty times. Then she'd be all "oh gosh, golly gee, I can't believe I said that." *blush blush* UGH. If you're going to be constantly coming on to a guy, have the b*lls to follow it up. Don't pretend. Unfortunately, Wyatt wasn't reciprocating with similiar comments and it made her look like a horndog, too. At one point, she ended things with him, then faked up a reason to come to his house to tell him again it was over and again how they couldn't sleep with each other anymore. Huh?! Protestations of how they couldn't sleep together were usually followed by them sleeping together. And the funny thing is until closer to the end, Wyatt wasn't DISagreeing with her. She looked like she was relentlessly chasing him and he was going along for the ride because it was being offered. After having sex two times, Emily felt it was her place to interrogate Wyatt about his ex-fiancee. It was none of her business. They were not in a relationship at that point, and as she kept pointing out to Wyatt, she was leaving and they weren't going to get involved. *insert more sex here*
One scene that had me scratching my head was when Emily and Wyatt were at the vet's office working and she went into the bathroom and Wyatt's sister who was working as the temp receptionist followed her in and was talking to her while she was in the stall. When Emily came out, Wyatt was standing there! WHAT?! Who does that?
My advice? Read Animal Attraction and skip this one. It gave me a headache. BTW, as far as the series goes, I don't know exact where these two books fit it. They were just the first and second ones *I* read.
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