Say You Will by Kate Perry

Say You Will

By Kate Perry

  • Release Date: 2013-12-04
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
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Description

"Perry is a storyteller, weaving magic wherever she goes, much to the delight of her millions of fans." – The Literary Shed

Rosalind Summerhill is on the verge of becoming the next Vera Wang, as far away from her family and their drama as she can get. The last thing she wants is to leave San Francisco for London, especially not to deal with her father's latest scandal—dying in his mistress's arms.

Only her father's will missing and her mother will lose everything if it's discovered. Reluctantly joining forces with her sisters to seek and destroy the will is the only way of ensuring her father doesn't win in the end. 

Enter Nick Long, the one bright spot about returning to London. Nick's everything she's ever dreamed of in a man—supportive, eager to help, and bone-meltingly sexy. But Nick's motives aren't as pure as they seem, and the secret he's keeping may tear Rosalind's family and fortune apart. 

The Summerhill series, a modern Downton Abbey:
Book 1: SAY YOU WILL
Book 2: LOST IN LOVE
Book 3: LET'S MISBEHAVE
Book 4: STAY THE NIGHT
Book 5: ONCE UPON A DREAM
Book 6: HOW SWEET IT IS
Book 7: GIVE A LITTLE

ABOUT KATE:
Kate writes about hope, and dreams, and the bonds of friendship and family. Her acclaimed novels have been #1 bestsellers around the world, and her books have been translated into several languages. All her stories feature sassy, independent women who just want love and earthy men full of heart who are more than able to rise to the occasion.

Reviews

  • Loved it, Fun Read!

    5
    By Dina Dorsey
    At first I was confused why she was making out very quickly, after I continued to read I couldn't stop reading. You can get to know the characters rather quickly and how they come together. Enjoy !
  • Modern love

    4
    By Rhonaj2003
    Lovely modern romance. I can't wait to read more!
  • A fun romantic

    5
    By Chrissypj
    Very" Nora Roberts"/" Jude Deveraux "style-ish... Family issues galore with love conquering all. It was fun without too much detail/description into their "private" moments. Sometimes less is more. Erotica isn't necessary with a good story. Also I appreciate the lack of crude language. The "F" bomb doesn't need to be used to spice up a story either! Storytelling, especially in Romance, should be romantic, not sleazy. Good job Ms. Perry, I'll be reading more.
  • Good read

    5
    By LandKandy
    Took me few chapters to get pulled into the story but the rest was a great read. Can't wait to see how the other sisters find love.
  • Excellent Book!

    5
    By Sheepsss
    Very well written!! Great book!! Great family!!
  • Say You Will

    5
    By BluntToker
    Loved this book! Very realistic characters. Juicy romance segments that titalated without being overtly graphic. Thank you Kate can't wait to read the rest of the series! Rebekah Hanson
  • Solid writing, uninspired plot.

    4
    By Red Baroness
    What's really good about this book is the writing; it's engaging and continuous and the plot feels drawn together. What I don't love is the automatic love that's happening left and right or the fact that the story went on interminably long. The plot wasn't revolutionary or overly exciting, but those facts alone make one come to the realization that it's the quality of writing that propels the story forward. There were a few spelling errors as well, but over all it was a decent job.
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  • Say you will

    3
    By polemonky
    This was a good book but not one of my favorites. It was kind of slow and not as much heat and passion as most of her other books. I am going to read the next book just to see if it gets better. I still love Kate Perry!!!
  • Under Edited and Underwhelming

    2
    By FreeTimeReader
    Warning, massive SPOILERS: Do you find it believable that a conflicted and grieving daughter who is introduced to a handsome guy at a funeral will start groping him within minutes of meeting? Even more, that he's a conveniently wealthy nice guy who is really just looking for a family? If so, you have a better ability to willingly suspend disbelief than I do. Not much of the heroine or hero was convincing as a character, the plot was badly forced (A missing will? Nope, just mommy dearest hoping for an excuse to keep the family close) and several poorly edited segues between chapters that left me wondering how much time had passed- only to find sometimes it was none (unexpectedly) and others many days. There was also a completely random and unrelated sub-plot of another couple falling in love too, and they were more like able and believable than the main characters. So, I give this 2 stars: it wasn't complete gibberish, but it felt like amateur hour. I think the author didn't spend enough time developing the plot or the characters.

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