One of These Nights

One of These Nights From the author of Every Little Kiss a heartwarming novel that proves sometimes the only way to let people in is to let goMoving to Harvest Cove has been like a dream come true for Zoe Watson provid

  • Title: One of These Nights
  • Author: Kendra Leigh Castle
  • ISBN: 9780451467607
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the author of Every Little Kiss, a heartwarming novel that proves sometimes the only way to let people in is to let goMoving to Harvest Cove has been like a dream come true for Zoe Watson, providing her with a job she loves and close friends she considers practically family The only problem a certain prickly albeit handsome park ranger who can t seem to help tracFrom the author of Every Little Kiss, a heartwarming novel that proves sometimes the only way to let people in is to let goMoving to Harvest Cove has been like a dream come true for Zoe Watson, providing her with a job she loves and close friends she considers practically family The only problem a certain prickly albeit handsome park ranger who can t seem to help tracking mud into her art gallery or showing up in her dreams.Jason Evans swore off relationships the day his ex wife walked out the door, and the local gallery owner is no exception But when an accident forces him to accept the one thing he hates most in the world help he discovers that with Zoe in his life, there are highs than lows Despite their long simmering attraction, neither Jason nor Zoe thinks that two people with so little in common could possibly have a future together But one of these nights, they may just discover how alike they are.

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    • Ami says:

      3.75 stars rounded upWhen I first read the glimpse of irritating slash intriguing arguments between Zoe Watson, the fiery gallery owner, and Jason Evans, the handsome park ranger (whom Zoe secretly called Treebeard behind his back) in book #1, I was already looking forward to their book. I thought Zoe and Jason had that “opposite attracts” factor down to a T. I couldn’t wait to read how they finally acknowledged their attraction. So when I was offered the ARC for this via The Blogger Girls [...]

    • Jacob Proffitt says:

      Not as good as the second, not as bad as the first. An enjoyable read that was nearly ruined by Jason's family.So here's the thing: it isn't the bad people in your past, or even in your life, but how you react to their machinations that has implications on your character. This is important for Jason because he really should have rocked my boat. A quiet nerd who stubbornly does what he thinks is right who can banter without bite when given half a chance. That should be my jam. Only Jason's family [...]

    • Cardyn Brooks says:

      This utterly delightful tale of small-town romance woes delivers a sweet tale of sophisticated woman and nature survivalist man bumbling into love. Looking forward to reading the other tiles in this Harvest Cove series.

    • Angela Carr (Under the Covers Book Blog) says:

      2.5 StarsZoe Watson is the town’s gallery owner, and Jason Evans is the town’s Park Ranger. Getting along is not always their strongest suit. They are quite the opposite yet their secret attraction for each other couldn’t be helped. Zoe is friendly and out-going, Jason is not. He is a brood with reasons to back it up with. He is an unhappy divorcee and has mommy issues, to say the least. Unfortunately, his recent accident with lighting and a cute dog kicked start a visit from his overbeari [...]

    • Sue says:

      Kendra Leigh Castle's Harvest Cove series just keeps getting better! In One of These Nights, I was immersed in the lives of Zoe and Jason. I had a great time there! I really loved these two unique, intriguing, and very likable characters. They think they have nothing in common, but opposites do attract! They've had an interesting 'relationship' for the last two years, and suddenly it is evolving into more than either of them imagined. The attraction that has simmered hidden under the surface is [...]

    • Kassiah says:

      3 stars.This review is also posted on Pretty Sassy Cool.I haven't read the other books in the Harvest Cove series yet, so I didn't have a preconceived notion of Jason and Zoe when I got in to One of These Nights. I do love fake girlfriend/boyfriend/fiancé trope, so I was excited to read this one. Add to that this this is a hate-to-love story, and I was pretty much hooked.Park ranger Jason recently broke his leg and needs help getting around and doing some things. When his mother says she's goin [...]

    • Susan says:

      This novel was so heartwarming Zoe Watson has moved to Harvest Cove to open an art studio featuring local artists. She is a stubborn, head-strong woman. Jason Evans -a park ranger with a prickly attitude has moved back to Harvest Cove to escape his past (recently divorced and feeling like he does not measure up) and his over-bearing mother. His mother is always comparing him to his younger brother who could do no wrong. Jason becomes a regular visitor – buyer at Zoe's studio and has a habit of [...]

    • Magi says:

      This series slowly grew on me. The first book was a three star read, but I felt there was potential. The second book, Emmas story was even better, a four star read, but this book was all it took for me. I read it in a heartbeat. The love was bursting from every page and it earned five great stars!! This is definitly a reread book for me! Zoe an Jason were fantastic.

    • Deanna Walker says:

      I really love this book seriesIt's looks like that Jason and his family are not getting along because of few issues along with his mom and his brother Tommy. He got his grandparents on his mom's side, his Aunt Moira and his cousin Jake.Zoe and Jason seems getting along great but they had a different interests and things.Glad they are getting married but can't wait for next series of that both characters is Zoe and Jason.

    • Pam says:

      This is the third book in a delightful series; I have enjoyed getting to know this small community with transplants and locals forming a cohesive group of intriguing characters. This is Jason and Zoe’s story, a relationship that has been building since the beginning when we would see these two collide in her art gallery and it is well worth the wait.Jason Evans is a Park Ranger who has lived in Harvest Cove for most of life. He was married at one time but now lives quietly outside of town and [...]

    • Barb Lie says:

      One of These Nights by Kendra Leigh Castle is the 3rd book in her Harvest Cove series. Zoe Watson is our heroine, having moved to Harvest Cove to be near her friend Sam (previous book heroine) and they now run a successful art gallery.Jason Evans, our hero, is a park ranger and constant visitor to the gallery. Jason and Zoe do not get along. He has an attitude and annoys her every time he comes to the gallery, which always ends in arguments. She is stubborn, tough, and will not put up with him. [...]

    • Krissys says:

      One of These Nights (Harvest Cove #3)by Kendra Leigh Castle Moving to Harvest Cove has been like a dream come true for Zoe Watson, providing her with a job she loves and close friends she considers practically family. The only problem: a certain prickly—albeit handsome—park ranger who can’t seem to help tracking mud into her art gallery…or showing up in her dreams.Jason Evans swore off relationships the day his ex-wife walked out the door, and the local gallery owner is no exception. But [...]

    • Under the Covers Book Blog says:

      Zoe Watson is the town's gallery owner, and Jason Evans is the town's Park Ranger. Getting along is not always their strongest suit. They are quite the opposite yet their secret attraction for each other couldn't be helped. Zoe is friendly and out-going, Jason is not. He is a brood with reasons to back it up with. He is an unhappy divorcee and has mommy issues, to say the least. Unfortunately, his recent accident with lighting and a cute dog kicked start a visit from his overbearing mother. Atte [...]

    • Ellie says:

      One of These Nights, Harvest Cove #3, by Kendra Leigh CastleGrade: B-Zoe Watson might have grown up a Georgia peach but she knows she made the right decision to move to Harvest Cove and open her art gallery. Everything is going great for her except her love life and the fact that the only man to turn her heard in years makes it his life's goal to drive her crazy. Jason Evans is the one man Zoe loves to hate and when he gets in a bind and asks for help she just can’t seem to say no. Now spendin [...]

    • Cocktails and Books says:

      This review was originally posted on Cocktails and BooksThis novel was so heartwarming Zoe Watson has moved to Harvest Cove to open an art studio featuring local artists. She is a stubborn, head-strong woman. Jason Evans -a park ranger with a prickly attitude has moved back to Harvest Cove to escape his past (recently divorced and feeling like he does not measure up) and his over-bearing mother. His mother is always comparing him to his younger brother who could do no wrong. Jason becomes a regu [...]

    • Once Upon a Twilight says:

      Oh, yes I did! I read One of These Nights right after I finished book 2 of this series! It’s like watching Hallmark movies all day long. Castle’s stories are addicting. How I wish to be one of these characters. I really want to move to Harvest Cove and find my one true love.Not only is One of These Nights heartwarming but this story in particular has a sense of humor that had me laughing here and there. The ever so stubborn Zoe Watson has moved to Harvest Cove to open an art studio. Things a [...]

    • Eileen says:

      Jason and Zoe have been on each other's bad side from the first time he walked into her art gallery and brought in all his dirt and debris form his shoes. They have bickered with one another and I knew that eventually they would get together and have their own story. I just didn't know how hard it was for them to get it together. Jason is just one of those characters that has so many layers and will only reveal what he wants to reveal in his own time. Zoe is quite the opposite and is very expres [...]

    • Shelley says:

      Zoe and Jason have had an antagonistic relationship for years, but she agrees to help him out after he breaks his leg and needs a buffer between him and his mother. I loved the two of them in the first Harvest Cove book, and am so glad I found this one. I love the nerdy Avengers (so totally where Jason got his last name, I'm convinced) and LOTR touches, and I love that it's a mainstream interracial romance, which so rarely show up. I also loved that I was reading along and it suddenly pinged on [...]

    • Elizabeth says:

      I have been waiting for this book ever since the beginning of the series! I loved Zoe and Jason antagonistic banter and I hope that they'd get together. And then they did in this book. But I gotta tell you, their story was a battle, literally.Zoe and Jason were at each other's throats through the whole book. Even during their less hostile moments, I was always on guard waiting for the other shoe to drop. I wanted to love this book so much but the conflict between the couple overshadowed all othe [...]

    • Megan says:

      zoe was for the most part, very straightforward, which was refreshing. i'm still confused as to why she agreed to help jason out (i mean i know you like him girl, but who wants to go fight your fake boyfriend's crazy mom?), and i wasn't a fan of the ending (you have to make him work for it!). i felt like the book ended without them really solving/talking out anything.BUT. i cried 3/4 of the way into the novel, in a good way, and that helped save it for me.

    • Helyce says:

      I have really come to love this series set in a small New England coastal town. In this one, we get Zoe and Jason's story and they've been teasing us with the possibilities for that last new books. Full review to come.

    • Sarah says:

      Loved the first two books in this series, but wasn't sure about the premise of this book. Sometimes, I like when I am wrong. I loved this book! Opposites attract love story. He has baggage and she doesn't take any b.s. = perfection. Read this book.

    • Marran says:

      Loved it! Great characters, great banter. Awful mother :-) looking forward to the next book in this series

    • Nath says:

      4/5 (B)

    • Marjo says:

      Lots of cute moments. But wow! This lead couple sucks at communication.

    • Gail Mitchell says:

      Love this book.

    • JoAnne says:

      Read my review on RomanceJunkies by clicking on the link below:romancejunkiesreviews/

    • Leydy says:

      "there's a thin line between love and hate" and these two are meant for each other <3

    • Deranged Dreamer says:

      2.5.

    • Miranda Owen says:

      freshfiction/reviewp?id

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