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Now and Then (The Now Series Book 1) par [Rothert, Brenda]
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Now Emmaline Carson has settled into her career as a graphic designer, though she’d rather be painting or shopping with her sister Layla. But then – in the years before she went to art school in Paris – she was a shy, awkward teenager with frizzy hair, a flat chest and a massive crush on the boy across the street, Cole Marlowe. Too bad her incredibly hot neighbor only had eyes for Layla.
Cole is now a confident, laid-back attorney who’s even hotter than he used to be. He’s planning to stay single while working his way up the corporate ladder – until he’s knocked off course by a chance run-in with Emma.
Everything is different between Cole and Emma now. He finally sees her in a way she only dreamed of, and their hot chemistry is fueled by a growing friendship. But Emma’s deception of her sister – who wants Cole for herself – and the secret Cole’s been keeping for more than a decade threaten to tear apart what’s only just begun. Because sometimes the only thing standing in the way of now is then.
**Warning** This book contains adult language and situations.

Biographie de l'auteur

Brenda Rothert started her writing career as a print journalist. She now writes Romances, some Contemporary and others with a twist of dystopian society and adventure. Rothert lives in Central Illinois with her husband and three boys.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 231 pages
  • Editeur : Silver Sky Publishing, Inc. (12 janvier 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00EC197UC
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HASH(0x935efcb4) étoiles sur 5 Sweet with Heat...loved it!! 3 décembre 2013
Par Marlene W - Publié sur
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What a sweet romance! This is my second read from Brenda Rothert and can't wait to read the next. She has such a smooth, easy going writing style. This story follows Cole and Emma after they meet again for the first time in over a decade. However, we also get a taste of what these characters were feeling and experiencing all those years ago with flashbacks from the past.

Emma is one of those girls that seems unsure of herself. That is mainly due to having an attractive and popular cheerleader sister. She begins as an awkward preteen looking to find herself and evolves into a talented young woman. She is content and doesn't have the need for a man in her life.....

Cole...sigh...Oh, sorry!! Cole is one of those boys that you look at from afar because you know that you could never be good enough to claim him. He begins as the hot, popular football player that can have any girl he wants. He works hard at everything he does and becomes an attorney with little time on his hands to truly enjoy life.

Now, I know I said this was a sweet romance and it is. However, just when you are thinking "What a nice, sweet, G rated book this is".....BAM!! The author turns up the heat. Holy Heck! This isn't raunchy, but man is it hot!

Even though this story ends with a 'happy ever after' and no cliffhanger, you are still left with wanting more of the swoon worthy Cole and Emma. Now I'm off to read Now and Again...stay tuned!
43 internautes sur 46 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x935efc48) étoiles sur 5 ARC review- engaging read! 3 septembre 2013
Par Evette @ SGB - Publié sur
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This is a love story. About ordinary people with regular lives finding an extraordinary connection that changes everything.

Emma is an artist. She is beautiful, confidant and independent.
Cole is a lawyer. He is gorgeous,determined and smart.

Together they're sweet, sexy and the passion-whew. Out of this world.

So what is the issue?
Emma is a little sister hidden by her Layla's lawyer big sister shadow. When Emma was on her own in Paris she was strong. Her own person. Back in Chicago she is the little sister worried about hurting or angering her adored big sister.
Emma has had a crush on Cole since she first saw him over twelve years ago. Cole is four years her senior- and never saw the shy, cute girl across the street as a romantic option.

I think Emma gets too caught up in hurting Layla. This is probably the big sister in me talking. Difficult to understand crushing your own heart and chance at happiness to keep family happy.

As an aside-when the s*** hits the fan at Christmas the fight between Emma and Layla is fantastic and hilariously epic. Their dad is awesome.

Cole is magnetic, to Emma and the readers. I loved how he kept thinking he was being too much of a girl thinking he wanted more than Emma did. He is ready to go all in! Never mind the fall out. He is determined to be with Emma. He never gives up even when it would be easier. And he is tempted. He loves Emma and opens up to her as he has never done with anyone before. Giving her the key to his past and one of the reasons he is so driven.

Emma and Cole both need to allow themselves some distance from their families to be able to see clearly what they want and need out of life. This book is a heartfelt journey to where they both belong- in the now, with each other.
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HASH(0x937549a8) étoiles sur 5 I didn't get it 11 décembre 2013
Par Gatorfan - Publié sur
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All the reviews were so good on this book that I wondered how I was missing it. It just didn't seem to get there for me. I liked Em and Cole, that wasn't the problem. Of course the older sister is a bitch, with the morals of an alley cat so she is not one you are going to like but I had a hard time trying to figure out why Em feels she needs to give her Cole. If he was lusting after the sister I could see getting out of the way but he seems to be trying to avoid her at all costs. Could he really know her sister better than she does?

I did quit reading. I just couldn't generate any excitement for these two. For one thing, it seems their lives were boring as heck and Em seems clueless. Cole invites her out for dinner. She goes. is not a date, they are just hanging. At no time did he indicate it was anything but a date for dinner but yet she can't see it as a date. Clueless. I just couldn't get going with this one. Obviously I am the only one as it seems all the reviews were glowing at what a fantastic love story. She indicated she slept her way thru school in Paris. Her sister is trying to sleep her way thru the law firm where she works and with anything else that isn't husband material...because we all know how she gets if she has to go without sex!! The slutty attitude just ruins a character for me. I guess I sort of lose respect for who she really is. Maybe it is the times and I am just too old to understand and accept it. I don't know, just decided to move on past this one.
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HASH(0x937549fc) étoiles sur 5 Just a really great story 26 septembre 2013
Par mjlovestoread - Publié sur
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I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed Now and Then.

It isn't a complicated story by any means but I really welcomed this tale of unrequited love that is finally realized.

Emmaline Carson was in love with her older neighbor, Cole Marlowe all through high school. But he being 3 years older than Em, he just never thought of her as anything more than just the kid next door.

10 years pass and after both have established their lives and have promising careers, they meet again by chance and decide to start spending time together mostly as friends.

But Em and Cole secretly have feeling for each other and as time passes, both know that they are hopelessly in love with the other.

Emmaline's sister Layla has her sights set on Cole but Cole only has eyes for Em. Both Em and Cole struggle with their feelings and you wonder if they will finally get to be happy and be together.

I loved their story. It was a really nice read with not a ton of angst and that was really refreshing for a change.

I give it 4 1/2 stars and look forward to the second book in the series.

Give this one a try, you will not be disappointed.
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HASH(0x9349860c) étoiles sur 5 Too much drama. 14 avril 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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I only finished reading this a couple of days ago, and disliked it enough to sit down afterwards and mentally plot out all the negative points I wanted to put into my review here. However, it's such a bland and lacklustre story that I'm having trouble remembering what I wanted to write.

I do remember having a big issue with Emma's stupidly prolonged fear of having Layla find out what's going on between her and Cole. Emma's not a victim of abuse or in any way emotionally/mentally damaged from her past. She's got no reason to be SO afraid of Layla (unless there was a scene in which Layla, perhaps, lit into Emma physically when they were children -- but like I said, there are no such scenes, no such explanations from Emma's past -- she's just 100% chicken). She's meant to be a grown woman, mostly confident and assured (this is shown in her interactions with Cole, which -- when contrasted with the numerous flashback chapters -- serve to highlight how different she is from the awkward, shy child she once was). Yet she doesn't have the assertiveness or the basic problem-fixing skills to simply approach the problem people (Layla, her parents, Cole's parents) and just, y'know, ASK them if they have an issue with the relationship?

No, instead we're treated to pages and pages and chapters upon chapters of Emma lying to and deceiving everyone, whilst Cole becomes increasingly frustrated by her refusal to act, and Layla ramps up her efforts to get into Cole's pants. THAT is the driving force behind the plot. THAT is the big friction-laden core. Here's a hint: it doesn't make for good storytelling. It is boring, long-winded, and tedious. Something that might have made a good mini-conflict in a single chapter instead becomes the entire focal point of the whole book, and ruined whatever enjoyment I might otherwise have gotten from it.

Cole and Emma, meanwhile, take turns at making misguided assumptions about each other's availability and loyalty -- again, more of the "adults behaving like children" theme. It seems as though nobody in this book wants to approach issues head on, they prefer to tiptoe on eggshells around them instead. This gets old, fast.

I'm getting hungry, and those are the salient points, so let's wrap this up. I wouldn't recommend this title. The writing (mechanics-wise, i.e. spelling and grammar) is decent. Everything else is utterly forgettable.
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