Tuesdays At Six (Sunday Love Book 3) by K.J. Lewis – Review by Karyn Taylor

Tuesdays at 6 (Sunday Love, #3)Tuesdays at 6 by K.J. Lewis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One word. WOW!
Either I have turned into a major sop or authors are getting better at writing awesome emotional stories. This was yet another book that had me in tears. This one more so than any of the others I’ve read recently. KJ Lewis has done an amazing job at grabbing you in all the feels.
Walt Nelson’s world was turned upside down when his best friends died and left him as guardian for their two daughters Zinnie and Poppy. Walt had no intentions of ever having children and now here he is as guardian of grieving 15 year old Zinnie and 5 year old Poppy.
Samantha Abbott works as a PA for Walt’s brother Finn but is looking for a new job and somewhere to live. Finn talks Walt into giving Sam a trial as a live in nanny.
This is an emotional story of the trials and tribulations of dealing with grief and also Walt and Sam’s growing attraction to each other. Added to the mix are Walt’s bunch of guy friends and Sam’s group of girls. These additional characters add much to the story as they help Walt and Sam with the girls.
Tuesdays at Six is the third novel in the Sunday Love series but can be read as a standalone. I had not read the first two books and didn’t feel that any of the story was missing as a result. However, having LOVED this book so much I will definitely be reading the others in the series.
This is a MUST read. The story is beautiful and emotional and takes you on an amazing journey.

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