The Until You Series continues with Until You Say I Do.
Trust is hard earned, and easily broken even for those who believe they have triumphed and now lay on the winning side of love.
Having won Samantha’s heart and trust, Joseph is determined to conquer his next challenge of making her his wife and priming her for a career at MCI. But, an old nemesis threatens the woman he loves, shaking her to her foundation and jeopardize their very happiness.
Can Samantha see beyond the evidence and believe in the man she loves?
Will Joseph be able to prove his innocence before it’s too late to say “I Do”?
Until You Say I Do is Book Three in Joseph and Samantha’s story, which began with Until You Set Me Free.
Intended for mature audiences.
Book 3 in the Until You series.
Note to Reader: You do not have to read Until You Books 1 & 2, but it would be best if you have as not all details are rehashed in this book, and you will miss out on getting to know Joseph and Samantha from the beginning of their journey.
Romance | Adult Fiction | Contemporary
***Received an Advanced Readers Copy for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review***
Massive swoonage. Adorably sweet moments that makes you both tingle with feels and gag for the overly sweetness that makes me jealous. Really, this series had me hooked. I laughed until my stomach hurt, I cried, daydreamed about the romance – the emotional rollarcoaster is strong with this one.
What did I love most? Oh well I am going to tell you… obviously, and then you should read it.
First, it is finally happening. Samantha and Joseph have had a rough road leading up to Until You Say I Do. There has been fights, love lost, time lost, secret moments, passion, pain, sadness and more fights. The angst my comrades, it is all about the drama. Their happy ever after is quickly around the corner, they are finally building their future.
Not only is their passion still fierce, but their growth has really evolved. Samantha really shined for me this go – having some real time to really develop as a human being, she has a different perspective on life, she isn’t so much weak as the teenager she once was. She is more powerful in her mindset, more grounded. Though she is more assertive she still had these moments where she got under my skin. She still had that childish backbone, the crying, she definitely someone who is so easily altered that the emotional stability had me questing her sanity. I don’t say this to be cruel or contradicting, but the crying… seriously.
This of course brings us back to Joseph, though I do adore him, he too hit a point with me as well. As much as his romancing, sweet talking caveman brute would win me over, their romance was then and still is exhausting and overwhelming. I still stand by what I said previously, there is somewhat an unhealthy, almost toxic obsession developed in his ideal of romance. Though I loved it, I did, but their romance was definitely turning into this massive back and forth that left me quite conflicted. On the points I loved, it was a total beaver drool delicious; the passion, the chemistry was on point, but then on the other spectrum it had this tiresome air, or presence of plot that just seemed somewhat out of place.
But nonetheless, I finally got my happy ending. I needed them to figure life out. IT NEEDED TO HAPPEN, damnit.
My only big issue that is still leaving me questing things is some of their secondary characters. Up to this point, I have liked how they played this part into the drama of the romance, but there was a point where need I admit the mother and Jace left me thinking they were useless. I needed to have the grow with Samantha and sadly, they let me down – they let Samantha down and I just cannot wrap my brain around as to why?
I have said it before and I will say it again – this series was amazeballs. Wrap me up and call me buttercup because comrades, this was a delicious treat. I devoured this series and when I say I devoured the series, I literally mean I inhaled it. Absolutely amazing. I cannot wait to see what else Davis has up her sleeve when it comes time, she will very well be added to my auto buy author at this point.
D.M. Davis is a Contemporary and New Adult Romance Author.
She is a Texas native, wife, and mother. Her background is Project Management, technical writing, and application development. D.M. Davis has been a life long reader, and wrote poetry in her early life but has found her true passion in writing about love and intricate relationships between men and women.
She writes of broken hearts and second chances, of dreamers looking for more than they have and daring to reach for it.
D.M. Davis believes it is never too late to make a change in your own life, to become the person you always wanted to be, but were afraid you were not worth the effort. You are worth it. Take a chance on you. You never know what’s possible if you don’t try. Believe in yourself as you believe in others, and see what life has to offer.
She is currently working on two series of romance novels: Until you and Finding Graces.