Belong to You is the wonderfully romantic story of Jack and Sydney.
Sydney and her fiancé have broken up. So, Sydney and her best friend Sienna go on the honeymoon. While on the honeymoon, they meet Jack. Syd and Sienna decide Syd needs a fling with a stranger to get past Michael and get on with her life.
I loved this story. It was romantic. It was sweet. It was filled a little bit of drama, but not too much. Sydney is learning to trust again after being betrayed by Michael. She has some issues to work out, but nothing gargantuan. It’s normal, everyday people stuff. Jack is learning to be in a relationship. He’s never been in one. What I found humorous was Jack was better at being in a relationship than Sydney! And Sydney had been in a relationship before!
There were some things about this that were predictable and some things I wasn’t expecting. Overall, though I really liked it! It made for a great read and reminded me why we like romances so much.
One that was not predictable to me was the ending! It was the PERFECT ending. I couldn’t have imagined something better. It showed how much Jack loves Syd while giving Syd what she needs to find her way! PERFECT!
Made for You picks up right where Belong to You leaves off. Syd is off to tour with Sienna. Jack is letting her go as he knows it’s her dream. He doesn’t want to let her go, but he knows he needs to if he wants to keep her.
On the tour Syd and Jack run into various problems that would challenge a couple that was in the same city. But being in different countries and thousands of miles apart puts a strain on their relationship.
This was another sweet story from Vi Keeland about two people finding their way. Jack and Syd are together even if they aren’t in the same country. Jack continues to be his same sweet and overbearing self. Syd takes it all in stride and they work on it.
Once again I really liked this story. It was sweet, passionate and the couple were amazing together. They have amazing chemistry. They also show us how couple should be together. Things aren’t perfect, but they deal with it. They show each other how they feel and they don’t let others get in their way.
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