All He Ever Dreamed – Shannon Stacey – 5 stars

January 21, 2013 Carina Press, NetGalley, Read in 2013 0

Once again I must bow at the altar of Shannon Stacey and her Kowalski series.  Shannon does an incredible job of creating characters that I can relate to and become emotionally invested in.  The relationships between not just the Kowalski family but also the supporting cast of neighbors and friends draws me in every time and makes me want to crawl into the book and move into the Northern Star Lodge and All He Ever Dreamed is no exception.

In this installment, Josh is finally getting the opportunity to live the life he has always dreamed.  After years of feeling trapped in to managing the Northern Star Lodge on his own after his parents passed away, Josh is finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.  With the support of his siblings business at the lodge is back on track and Josh is ready to leave Whitford, Maine behind to chase his dreams.

Josh and Katie have been best friends since they were children and Josh has always seen Katie as one of the guys. She has been his football buddy, his barber, and his partner in crime for as long as he can remember.  As if that wasn’t enough, Josh was practically raised by Katie’s mom so to him Katie is a member of the family.  Josh has managed to miss what the rest of the town has known for years.   Katie is madly in love with him and the two of them are meant to be together.  Once Josh realizes that his feelings for Katie go way beyond friendly he has to decide whether to pursue the life he thought he wanted or stay with the woman he loves living the life he has spent years wanting to get away from.

If you are a Kowalski fan, you will absolutely love this latest installment.   I promise it will be everything you hoped it would be and more!

For those of you who have not yet read the Kowalski series, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?  This series is a feel good, must read for any romance reader!! In no time at all you will be wishing for a Kowalski man of your own!

My thanks to NetGalley.com and Carina Press for the chance to read this in exchange for my honest review.

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