Review: The Lost Fisherman by Jewel E. Ann

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Review of The Lost Fisherman by Jewel E. Ann

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

FISHERMAN SERIES:
The Naked Fisherman (#2) ★

Thank you Valentine PR and Jewel E. Ann for the opportunity to read an early copy in exchange for an honest review.


DESCRIPTION

It’s been five years since I’ve seen him. An unexpected event takes me back to the place where it all began. 

But I’m no longer the naive young woman he once knew. And he’s no longer the man who took nearly everything from me. 

Can this be our time? Or is it too late? Did I find myself only to lose him?


REVIEW

As if this book was going to be anything less than an instant favorite. In truth, it was everything.

I say this every time I read a book by Jewel, but she always knows how to take everything I expect and do the ole’ switcheroo, and give me everything I NEED and WANT by doing exactly what I’d never expect.

If you loved Fisher and Reese in the first book, you’re going to worship them in this one. Reese has become the trailblazing woman Fisher always hoped her to be, and she’s grown so much from the first book. Don’t get me wrong, I loved who she was then, but seeing how much she had grown since then was empowering and inspiring.

And Fisher, oh Fisher. How I loved him. Everything and nothing at all has changed in Fisher’s life, and we get to see that man we had a glimpse of in the final chapters of The Naked Fisherman. It’s fascinating how the worst thing to happen to someone can also be the best thing for them.

You’re going to love every moment of this book, even the parts that hurt!

Both of these books are powerful, thought provoking and rawly emotional, while also being sexy, full of chemistry and off the charts angst. I still cannot get this story and these two out of my head, which is something Jewel is highly skilled at doing!

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