All That Jazz
Book 4, The Butler Cove Series
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It's summer in sultry Butler Cove, South Carolina. School's out and life's about to begin. But there's something totally inconvenient about falling for your best friend's older brother. Especially when he's turned into a pompous, arrogant, albeit annoyingly sexy a-hole that you'd like to punch or kiss to death at any given moment.
But Joey Butler has that way about him, and Jazz is falling hard whether she wants to or not. Until he does the unforgivable.
Three years later Jazz will try everything she can to protect her heart and not fall back in love with Joey. But when Joey finally admits that Jazz is the one he's always wanted, all bets are off. Will there ever be a second chance at first love?
Magnetic and Stunning ❤️😍❤️😍
All That Jazz was stunning. Not only was the writing strong, but the character development was off the charts. If you are familiar with Eversea & Forever, Jack, then you will recall Jazz and Joey, and their tension that roared through the pages of both of those books. And an extreme tension it was. Well....with All The Jazz that tension still roars, and hard! Be prepared to have your world rocked.
All The Jazz , is just that, ALL THAT JAZZ. It is a layered story, broken up into two parts: Past and Present Day. I loved Jazz's voice in the past, as well as her voice in the present. You see a change that Jazz goes through. She grew up, yes it may have been a few short years, but it was enough time for her to get a taste of the "Real World," and experience things to put her into present days shoes. A good portion of the story is told in the Past, which is VERY important to hers and Joey's, respective, stories. We learn a lot about the hows, the whats and logistics of the duo. It is heady, it is messy, and it is down right full of what ifs. They have an electric charge that melts you to the core; almost like a bond that can never be broken. Their past will consume you, whereas the present will leave you on your toes; waiting with bated breath for what's to come. I mentioned that the tension roars, and by golly it never lets up. It is the kind of tension that can even melt you!!!
Jazz is a feisty go-getter, who is full of charm and wit, and looking for something great in life. Joey is, in a sense, laid back, but also a bit cocky and full of himself (which is perfect for his character, and I absolutely LOVED him for it). The magnetic charge that these two share, draws you in, instantly. You want everything and then some, from Joey and Jazz. They bring to life a duo that literally shocks you to the core. Their passions and ideals on life really got to me, too. It makes everything about these two, very real to me. I felt like they were real people, who were dealing with very real everyday life issues. Which made All The Jazz more relatable, and truly magnificent.
All The Jazz kills it with laugh out loud moments, but it also gets you with those more heart-wrenching moments. When I learned that Jazz and Joey were going to get a story, I jumped for joy. I knew they had a story to tell, and what a story it is. You will be filled to the brim with the feelies and also some shock too. I can definitely say, that Author Natasha Boyd really gave this book her all. She gave us two very different, full of life characters, that prove life can give you messy but it can also give you butterflies and rainbows. It is such a poignant and truly engaging story.
Oh, and before I forget, we see some of our favorites make appearances too!! Jack and Keri Ann, eeeeep!!! I wish I could start this book from the beginning and not know what to expect, just so I can experience Joey and Jazz all over again. I would suggest starting with Eversea and then moving onto Forever, Jackso you know more of the backstory on Keri Ann and her life, since she is such a special person in Jazz's life. But if you choose to jump into All The Jazz, first, that is ok too. You will not regret starting this series. Especially, starting with this book.
This book touched me enough to write my first-ever review. Loved the emotional struggles. Loved the fact that I could never guess what was coming next. Loved the fact that the characters are flawed and still figured out how to put the past in the past. Can't wait for the next book from this author.