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Seattle is in the rearview mirror and Kenzie Daniels wants to start a new life to pursue her musical dreams in Nashville. But it’s harder than she thought trying to make it on her own with no one to rely on but herself. Until a handsome customer shows up at her table and changes the course of her future.Remy Martins wasn’t looking for anything but a good time and a creativSeattle is in the rearview mirror and Kenzie Daniels wants to start a new life to pursue her musical dreams in Nashville. But it’s harder than she thought trying to make it on her own with no one to rely on but herself. Until a handsome customer shows up at her table and changes the course of her future.Remy Martins wasn’t looking for anything but a good time and a creative outlet when he stumbled upon Hank’s Diner and discovered his muse. The moment he laid eyes on Kenzie, the beautiful waitress with a chip on her shoulder, he knew his luck had turned around. He’d been in a writing slump for months and she was the spark he needed, breathing new life into his lyrics. Now Remy is determined to have Kenzie and keep her in his life.When a chance run-in at one of his gigs has Kenzie leaning on him for support, Remy is given the opportunity to make her an offer she'd be a fool to refuse.Just as their relationship morphs into something more, fueling a deep physical need that neither of them can deny, Kenzie’s and Remy’s pasts collide - threatening to destroy their bond along the dreams they’d hoped to fulfill.Can Kenzie rely on Remy to be there when she needs him the most? Will both their dark pasts ruin their chances at a bright future?...

Title : One More Minute with You
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ISBN : 9780692367681
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Number of Pages : 219 Pages
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One More Minute with You Reviews

  • TeriLyn
    2019-02-08 00:39

    **One More Minute with You generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**This book intrigued me right off the bat with the cover and the blurb especially knowing I love to read about musician romances. One More Minute with You started off really strong for me, I enjoyed the voices telling me about both Kenzie and Remy. The flirting ensued between these two characters proved fun and cute where you could tell they definitely had a connection. Somewhere in the middle, I lost interest in their story. After the start to their story the plot held a lot of promise but just sort of fell flat with a lot of unnecessary details and boring movement from both characters. Remy's background proved very intriguing and I felt a good bit from his character. He was open and honest while still remaining true to himself and his goals. Kenzie's background I thought would be much more dramatic than it turned out. She was hesitant with Remy for a long period in their courtship that became redundant. The heat factor was low in this book, which is fine if the plot holds your attention enough. Unfortunately, for me, it didn't. Nearing the end things picked up and the story of Remy and Kenzie ended strongly. Two stars for me for the strong beginning and end to the story and for the main character of Remy. I'd recommend for New Adult book lovers who enjoy reading about the slow burning love of aspiring musicians.

  • Julie
    2019-02-08 17:46

    Check out my other reviews at Little Miss Bookmark!Whew. This one. This. One. I ... ugh. I'm a little disappointed with this one. I'm just going to jump in on the review here. I really thought that this was going to be a great novel. I read the blurb and it had so many great things going for it that nothing could possibly go wrong, right? Negative. Big, fat negatory. No, that isn't a word, but it totally should be. The beginning of the story was great. I fell in love with Remy and I just couldn't get enough of Kenzie, I thought that they were great characters ... just messed up enough to make the story interesting. But then somewhere in the first quarter of the book, it just dropped off. It became a reader's worst nightmare for me ... it was a chore to read. I felt like I was forcing myself to read the next page when all I wanted to do was put this down and pick something else up. I felt like I was wasting my time with a story that was really going no where. There were lots of opportunities for the story to really take off. The story was riddled with controversy and problems but it was just boring. Maybe there were too many things going on ... there is such a thing as too many problems and that could be what was wrong with this novel. This is going to be a spoiler alert, so don't read any further if you plan on reading this book .... but you have two moms that have died, two absent fathers, an abusive boyfriend, a whoring girlfriend, a pervy uncle and each of them brought tons of issues to the story. Now that I really think about it, it's just too much. If there were just a couple and the issues were deep with them, it probably would have worked. I also didn't like the ending. Things just came too easy for the main characters. I want to read about strife. I want to read about a massive struggle that the characters overcome. Don't make it easy. Make the characters AND the reader work for that big payoff. But that's just me. I'm sure there are a bunch of readers who wouldn't care if things are easy in a story. I don't think that I'll read anything else by this author again. Not my cup of tea.

  • LilisBooks
    2019-02-18 23:45

    ARC provided via NetGalley for an honest review 4.5 :)) Review to come: This book is my first Sierra Hill's book. I always had a weakness for romances about musicians and when we talk about music in a book. This is a subject that touches me. So when I read the blurb I did not hesitate to request this book on NetGalley and I'm not disappointed !! :))I will not repeat the blurb but I will just say my feelings. The heroes are charming and fresh. I like books with strong heroes who know what they want. Well, honestly, the best of this book is Remy. They both had difficult past with their father and with the opposite sex.Kenzie is a young woman who left everything behind her after an incident with her ex boyfriend. She traveled to Nashville to break into the music but in the meantime she works in a diner.Remy is the son of a famous musician who also wants to break into the music but without his help, with whom relations are complicated especially since the death of his mother when he was a teenager.The attraction between Kenzie and Remy is immediate but it's not that simple. Will they overcome their Insecurities?It's a very sweet story with a little drama in it. I Spent a great time reading this book :))http://lilisbooks.canalblog.com/archi...

  • The BookChick
    2019-01-21 22:45

    I am struggling with my review on this one just a bit. I thought the story was sweet and very cute in a young love kind of way. Kenzie Daniels and Remy Martins were perfect halves of a whole. Both scarred by ex-relationships and their fathers. Although the circumstances were different, I had quietly wished that the author hadn't made their issues so matchy-matchy. That issue aside, I found Kenzie difficult to like for a better portion of the story. She ran so hot and cold with Remy that she was giving me whiplash. The would be in the middle of a clench and then Kenzie would summarily shut Remy down when he was past the point of no return. This happened at least twice, from my recollection. In his anger, after the second ruined clinch, Remy decided to pay Kenzie back by making her jealous and bringing another woman into the apartment they shared together. Bad move, Remy and a bit juvenile. Now, let me back up a minute to explain how Remy and Kenzie came to live together. She was an aspiring musician working at a diner as a waitress but she was also "on the run" from her rather privileged life after a devastating incident happened between her and her ex-boyfriend. Remy has a bit more cache in the music world than she does and his father is a well known star, leaving a trail of broken hearts behind him, including Remy's deceased mother. Kenzie is leaving in a hovel in a bad part of town and barely making ends-meat. Remy is a frequent customer at the diner and he becomes instantly enamored by the beautiful pixy of a waitress. Unbeknownst to them, Kenzie is attending a club event where Luke is playing. Kenzie is enraptured by his songs and totally loses herself in his music. Following his set, Remy and Kenzie share a moment together and he volunteers to take Kenzie home. To her hovel. Remy is horrified when he discovers where Kenzie lives and even more so when he discovers that her apartment, modest as it was, was ransacked and burglarized. He takes Kenzie back to his home where he virtually demand she stay. Close quarters brings heavy flirtation and heavy flirtation flares lust and passion between them. But, Kenzie is still throwing up her metaphorical hand. She doesn't really trust men after he ex and she sees her situation with Remy as a temporary one. Remy and Kenzie are cute but frustrating together in how they slowly begin to form a relationship. The frustrating part of the story for me was the slowness in this happiness. I don't mind that there wasn't sex until about halfway into the story, that's not important but the story seemed to languish with unnecessary details, such as descriptions of Kenzie's outfits. I believe the author's reason for this was to describe a later incident that occurred with Kenzie's ex but the descriptions grew tiresome after a while. I also believe the story felt slow is because the action didn't occur until about 85% into it. As quickly as it flared to life, it ended, which was more than a little disappointing. I would have loved if that "action" (I'm intentionally being vague as to not give it away) had occurred more potently, meaning more than just the few engagements that caught Kenzie's attention. It just felt like a missed opportunity to make the story a bit more lively. I like a bit more action in my stories so my opinion is my own and other readers may wholly enjoy the story as it is written.

  • Heather / Obsessed With Myshelf
    2019-01-29 17:16

    There is a lot of potential with this storyline, but it needs substantial development. I enjoyed Remy and Kenzie - I liked how they met, their interactions with one another, how they get together & the secrets they hold. I saw some people didn't like this book because it's an "instalove" story...However, I enjoy a good "instalove" story. shit, I read them all the time. They're practically my favorite, so I wasn't dissuaded. However, I wouldn't call this instalove...they do live together for a month before they have sex. That's like years in instalove land.Anyway, I think my issue with this story was more in the writing style and character development. It lacked feeling and didn't pull me into the story like I was hoping it would. There's a dual POV, but it would occasionally flip from one person's view to a third person perspective, which totally messed me up. There were also some spelling & grammar errors, but I can easily overlook that stuff if the writing pulls me in. The characters have serious potential, but the writing just seemed forced..Sorry, but this one just didn't do it for me. [I received an ARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review]

  • Heather andrews
    2019-01-21 18:21

    Remy he's protective right from the start, "how long have you lived in this effing trash heap?" he asked, the tone in his voice bordering on sharp and hostile." He's a really romantic guy, "you seemed to need a lot more earlier today when my mouth was on yours and your body was rubbing hard against mine," he whispered, causing her to suck in a breath and her chest to heave against his shoulder. "You felt so good underneath me, Kenzie. I want to finish what we started." I loved Remy and Kenzie together, they were at ease: He let out a deep chuckle, reaching behind her to cup her butt, pushing her hard against his erection. "What do you think?" "I think you should get naked on that couch over there so I can straddle your lap and ride you into oblivion.""Eff, I love it when you talk dirty." I enjoyed this book I loved the characters they were lovable and an interesting pair.

  • Kimberly
    2019-01-31 22:26

    I really enjoyed the first half of the book. I liked the flirtyness between Remy and Kenzie and the push-pull attraction between them. They both had some mysteriousness to their past which for the most part fit well with their character and the characters actions. You can tell from the beginning that Remy and Kenzie have something special, even through the ups and downs.I had a hard time believing that Kenzie didn't seem to think the mysterious texts were from her ex-boyfriend. From the very first text I immediately knew it was from the ex-boyfriend but she was tossing out all these other ideas that didn't make a lot of sense to me. Wrong number? Sure I suppose, expect if you had a crazy ex not the first place I would go. Remy? No. This is the one that baffled me the most. Why on earth would you think the guy you just slept with, who overall seems like a nice guy would send you those nasty text messages. And again, you have a crazy ex!

  • J. Nathan
    2019-01-28 17:37

    I really enjoyed this book. I think it's my favorite Sierra Hill book to date. And I've enjoyed them all! There were so many sweet moments and great lines. I was due for a musician story and this had just the right amount of angst and suspense. Nothing too over the top.“I want more of you, Kenz. Tonight. Tomorrow. The day after that. I want to hear your beautiful voice sing every day. I want to see your radiant smile in the mornings and feel your body wrapped up next to mine every night when I fall asleep. I want it all with you and no one else.”Got to love Remy. I man who wears his heart on his sleeve.

  • Lisa Reynolds
    2019-02-15 19:29

    Cute storyI enjoyed reading this cute story that wasn't an insta love. I appreciate how she let their relationship build up. They start as friends before they let their feelings develop into something more. Remy and Kenzie both have troubled pasts they are trying to overcome. So will they let it effect their future when everything comes crashing down. Will they be able to help each other over come everything that's been thrown their way. I have notice low reviews but you need to realize not all books need to be so dramatic and sexual. Sometimes it's nice to find a love that builds up. Not saying there isn't some drama or sex but it's on the lighter side. I thought it was a cute story with just enough but I wouldn't mind a second book to know more...

  • Sue
    2019-02-12 19:43

    One More Minute with You seems like it would be your typical rock star story but it is more than that. Remy has been broken by someone he loved and cared about before and Kenzie is running away from home for very good and tragic reasons. She is most certainly down on her luck, but Remy has finally found his muse and he refuses to let go. But when Kenzie's past comes back to haunt her, will she give in to save herself? Will Remy be able to let go his past and see that Kenzie is not like his ex? Will they learn to love and live in harmony?

  • Becky
    2019-02-05 19:20

    This review was first published on my bookblog, .{ ink.eaters }."One More Minute with You" by Sierra Hill is sporting an amazing cover, that just screams "hot rockstar-romance ahead!". The story follows Remy and Kenzie, both of whom have troubled pasts that haunt them in one way or another.Kenzie Daniels, who has escaped an abusive relationship and is hiding both from her poor excuse of an ex-boyfriend as well as her ignorant father, is trying to start over in Nashville - the place where she hopes her dreams of pursuing a musical career will come true. But life in Nashville isn't all beer and skittles either, and she realizes just how tough life away from everything she knows can be - until she meets Remy Martins, songwriter, producer and recording engineer. Remy is a good-looking and slightly struggling artist, who just happens to find Kenzie to be his muse. He is determined to make her a permanent part of his life, but Kenzie's past and her inability to trust blindly hinder her from just letting go and entering a relationship with him. A journey of back-and-forths, up-and-downs, flirtatious banter and hot sex (and phew... if I say hot, I mean hot!) begins, and just as their relationship turns into so much more than simply undeniable physical need for each other, their troubled pasts collide."Can Kenzie rely on Remy to be there when she needs him the most? Will both their dark pasts ruin their chances at a bright future?""One More Minute With You" is a stand-alone rockstar romance, with just enough bumps to keep you interested in the relationship between Remy and Kenzie. Both of them are easy-to-like -or even love!- characters, and I really enjoyed all the character development both of them go through througout the novel. It is an enthralling storyline, that can be recommended to anyone who likes some darkness mixed in with their rockstar romance read.While the character development definitely was the novel's strong suit, its format unfortunately was rather disappointing. The story is told from a third person point of view, which I actually tend to prefer over the first-person narrator. In this case, however, the third person point of view is limited, not omniscient, and varying between Remy's and Kenzie's side of the story. This does not happen by chapter, but, at times, seemingly randomly, which makes the novel's format a little bit chaotic - and exhausting. I personally think the story could have been a little better developed; if it was simply for the characters and the ideas, I'd love to give this read a five-star-rating. As it is, however, I will be going with 3.5/5, and am nonetheless looking forward to Sierra Hill's next novel!*** I received a free review copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ***

  • Catherine
    2019-02-12 23:19

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy of this book in return for an honest review I feel like I'm constantly making the same complaints about New Adult fiction, but I still keep coming back, because there are some great things about it. I love romances. I am a soppy person, I will admit it. Reading about people falling in love gives me the warm fuzzies. Which is why I let some things slide. I can deal with the typos, as the books are usually self published (this book was no exception). I can deal with a lack of plot, or even one that seems vaguely formulaic (such as this one - you could see that 'plot twist' coming from a mile away). But there are two things about new adult books that I struggle to let slide, and this book also had them. The first is sexism. Having your main female character call other female characters 'sluts' or 'whores' or 'skanks' is not, and will never be, okay. Hell, it's not okay if a man does it, but there's something particularly riling when it's women attacking other women. Take your internalised misogyny somewhere else, because I'd rather not deal with it, thanks. The second one is underdeveloped characters. If I admit that I am not reading your book for its plot, then you have to have something else to make me stay, right? I love books with complex characters with hopes and flaws and realistic personalities. I want to be able to see the characters grow, and hand in hand with this comes the ability to feel something for the characters. To get excited when they fall in love and feel sad whens something gets in their way. I want to understand them and I want to see why they love each other. The characters of Remy and Kenzie were, like many NA characters, a product of instalove. I didn't understand why they were in love; they just were. Part of this, I think, came from the fact that there was a time jump between when she moved in with him and when they first got together; so we were assured they were friends first, but didn't really get to see it. They tried valiantly to have backgrounds and personalities, but it wasn't dealt with enough to really matter. It was only there when it was needed for the plot. Also, though this point isn't as much of a pet peeve, I still get really annoyed by epilogues where they basically just sum up everything that's happened and fix things between all the characters in a couple of sentences. It irks me, and it's lazy writing.I just found myself bored throughout this novel; I knew what was going to happen, which I can deal with, but I didn't enjoy getting there. If you're a die hard fan of the new adult genre, maybe give this book a go, but there are much better NA books out there for you to read instead.

  • Char (1RadReader59)
    2019-02-15 19:16

    When you have two people who have been bruised deeply by those they loved and thought loved them. Where do you go from there? Here you have newly graduated Kenzie Daniels who was raised by her loving grandmother and father always knowing that her daddy loved her. Or at least that’s what she thought. Until she really needed him. You see Kenzie was coming out of a horrible relationship one that made her fear for her life. Yet, when she tells her father he tries to make her believe it’s all her imagination and that it was just a onetime deal and no need to bring in the police because it was all in her head. That’s when she leaves Seattle and heads to Nashville to pursue her dream of being a song writer and singer. She buys a clunker, finds a place to live, and gets a job as a waitress where she is getting close to the point where she can’t keep her head above water. When a sexy as all sin of a man sat at her station. Donita, her 40ish co-worker, single, and ready to tap anything male as she tells it. She tells Kenzie she has a “Hot One” at her station. When she gets to the table she can tell by the guy’s clothes and his mannerisms that he is a musician. In which case she needs to stay far away. They are all just the love’m and leave’m kinda guys. Sure enough the guy in the booth is a singer, Remy Martins, song writer, singer, and recording engineer. To her he looks a little like he’d been rode hard and put away wet. Which was kind of true since the band he is working with in the studio is more like babysitting. Then when they finally leave he can work on his own things into the early morning. That was the thing though he had lost his muse and his ex all at one time. Which means like most wrote about their hurt heart not him his were about his love or what he thought love was. Then 2 days ago he happens into the diner and falls in lust over the cutest “Pixie” he ever saw. By the third morning Remy got brace and spoke asking if they made Latte’s. She laughed and said, yes. He asked for a triple. She asked if he wanted the regular for breakfast. He then realized she’d been paying attention to him too. He overheard Donita and Kenzie talking a day earlier saying she needed a place to stay better than where she was. Remy comes up with an offer she can’t refuse. I really enjoyed this story. It had all the elements that you want in a story at least for me. It had boy meets girl, suspense, erotica, humor, fear, and pain. All you could want in a story line and so much more. Really two family sagas in one. I give this 4 Stars. Provided by Net Galley.Follow us at: www.1rad-readerreviews.com

  • Kayla
    2019-02-09 22:33

    One More Minute with you by Sierra HillReview by: KaylaSynopsis: Seattle is in the rearview mirror and Kenzie Daniels wants to start a new life to pursue her musical dreams in Nashville. But it’s harder than she thought trying to make it on her own with no one to rely on but herself. Until a handsome customer shows up at her table and changes the course of her future. Remy Martins wasn’t looking for anything but a good time and a creative outlet when he stumbled upon Hank’s Diner and discovered his muse. The moment he laid eyes on Kenzie, the beautiful waitress with a chip on her shoulder, he knew his luck had turned around. He’d been in a writing slump for months and she was the spark he needed, breathing new life into his lyrics. Now Remy is determined to have Kenzie and keep her in his life. When a chance run-in at one of his gigs has Kenzie leaning on him for support, Remy is given the opportunity to make her an offer she'd be a fool to refuse. Just as their relationship morphs into something more, fueling a deep physical need that neither of them can deny, Kenzie’s and Remy’s pasts collide - threatening to destroy their bond along the dreams they’d hoped to fulfill. Can Kenzie rely on Remy to be there when she needs him the most? Will both their dark pasts ruin their chances at a bright future?Review: I was given a copy of One More Minute with you by netgalley and Reading Bliss for an honest review. Kenzie wants to start a new life and pursue her musical dreams in Nashville. But it’s a lot harder that she thought. When she meets a handsome customer it changes the course of her future. Remy wasn’t looking for anthing but a good time and then he discovered his new muse. From the time he laid eyes on Kenzie, he knew his luck had changed. Remy is determined to keep Kenzie in his life. This book was really good. There is love and pasts coming back into their lives. Will they be able to deal with what comes next? I enjoyed this book. I liked the characters and the plot. I give this book 4 out of 5 stars!

  • Stacy Sabala
    2019-01-29 16:45

    Book Review- One More Minute with You by Sierra HillKenzie is a struggling musician living in Nashville. By day she is a waitress in a local diner where she meets Remy in the diner one morning when he sits in her section. He starts coming in every morning for breakfast from then on. He thinks of Kenzie as his muse. When circumstances arise Kenzie finds herself sharing an apartment with Remy. She is determined to keep things in the friend zone. Remy has agreed to this arrangement in order to keep her close. However it proves to be too difficult and they begin to grow close. She is still carrying around trauma from her ex-boyfriend. She is afraid to lose herself again and won’t put her heart on the line.Unfortunately she really doesn’t have a say in the matter, but when both her and Remy’s past get in the way everything changes. Both of them have to decide what they want and if this thing they have is worth it.I was looking forward to reading this book after finding out what the storyline entailed. Unfortunately I couldn’t really get into it. It didn’t pull me in immediately like some books. In fact the more I read the less interested I got. I’m not sure what or if anything really stood out to explain the less than luster story. I couldn’t connect with the characters and some of the scenes were predictable, even cheesy. The ending before the epilogue made me laugh. I knew what was behind everything. Then when it was over Remy and Kenzie came together saying those ridiculous cheesy lines. I couldn’t stop my eye rolling.This book was predictable and hard to get into. The only saving grace was the sex scenes which gave off a truly hot vibe. Other than that I give the book a 2 out of 5.

  • Macy Klingerman
    2019-02-05 17:18

    I was provided an ARC of this book through NetGalley. Thank you!Review also posted on my blog, Can't Stop Won't Stop Books.I honestly wanted to like this book, but the characters were just so unlikable, I had to give it one star. A little disclaimer here: I know New Adult novels usually include sex. That's fine. My issues with this novel lie elsewhere.Lord knows I love myself a good "bad boy", but the character of Remy really just didn't do it for me. I was a little annoyed with how he would basically treat Kenzie as a walking sex toy, and his thoughts consisted of nothing but sexual fantasies about her or testosterone fueled rage towards his father. His character wasn't all that complex, and he was pretty stereotypically male.Kenzie... I had a lot of issues with how her character was portrayed. First of all, this book was overflowing with slut shaming, and Kenzie was not immune to being shamed. (view spoiler)[ In fact, half of the conflict in this book arose because Kenzie dressed provocatively, and her crazy ex didn't enjoy it. It almost seemed like the author was trying to imply that Kenzie was almost raped by her ex because of how she dressed that night, and that just didn't sit well with me. (hide spoiler)]I thought the plot was interesting enough, with both Remy and Kenzie's pasts coming back to haunt them. Actually,(view spoiler)[When Kenzie started receiving the text messages, (hide spoiler)] I really ended up getting into the book. From that point on was the peak of my interest.This book really had potential, especially with the musical plot. Unfortunately, it fell flat with me. One out of five stars.

  • 2kasmom
    2019-01-28 22:24

    In this book Kenzie Daniels is looking for a new place to live. She has just moved to Nashville, after a bad experience in Seattle. Remy Martins has a room available since his roommate just left to go on tour.Kenzie has trouble trusting men after what went down for her before she left Seattle in the dust. She has just graduated and wants to make a name for herself in the music business. She also needs to move out of the slum motel she is living in. What's a girl to do?Remy has had his own heartache in the past. His father left him and his mother, back when he was younger. His father is a famous artist himself with a bandmate who hits on anyone Remy brings to their shows. Can they build trust after all this time? Can Remy heal his heart with the love of good woman like Kenzie? Can they overcome all these problems just by being together?Already being with Remy has started to heal Kenzie's heart. She sees a good man in him and all that her last relationship had been missing. Remy also feels stronger for her than he did his last girlfriend. This story was so sweet and yet has some major issues to work through. The couple in this book so obviously belong together and they are just going day by day to see it through. I found the characters honest and determined. I felt that I could relate to them and was cheering with the character development shown. ***This story was given FREE by Netgalley.com to be used for review purposes. My honest opinion was not a reflection of Netgalley nor its affiliates.

  • Luisa Rivas
    2019-02-07 22:42

    I received an ARC from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Remy is an aspiring singer/songwriter, who works as a sound engineer while waiting for his break. Kenzie is fleeing from Seattle after something horrible happened to her and she feels betrayed by her father. She used the money she had and flew to Nashville with her grandmother's guitar, determined to make it as a singer. Meanwhile, she works as a waitress and lives in a hovel in a horrible part of town, which is all she can afford. There's another waitress, Donita, who is sex-crazy but a good friend. She's the comic relief in this story. Remy meets Kenzie at the dinner and starts having breakfast there everyday. Kenzie is distrustful, and it takes persistence from Remy to make her trust him. There were a lot of explanations and descriptions but I didn't feel chemistry or sparkles in this book.The story was nice but a little meh.

  • Romance Readers Retreat
    2019-02-16 21:33

    In One More Minute With You we meet Kenzie who has moved from Seattle to Nashville to get away from her troubled past, she manages to find a job as a waitress,but her dream is to be a successful singer/singwriter, this is all she has ever wanted but working all the hours god sends just to get by is taking its toll on herRemy, where do I start with Remy? He is a hot,guitar playing,bike riding hottie who is also hiding a few secrets from his past.Kenzie and Remy both harbour bad feelings towards their fathers and ex partners but Remy is more honest and upfront whereas Kenzie still keeps things bottled up until she can't any longer.I truly enjoyed this book, its is a nice easy read, likeable characters,good storyline and brilliant writing.

  • Jdursi
    2019-01-21 19:37

    **ARC provided by Ten28 Publishing via NetGalley**(3.5 stars)Kenzie & Remy are aspiring musicians both dealing with demons from their pasts. Kenzie meets Remy when he begins to frequent the diner she works at. Little does she know that she's become his muse. Through a series of events they become roommates and well, one thing leads to another. I liked the characters and the story had real potential. I felt that Remy's relationship with his father could've been explored more and the ending felt rushed. Would I read a sequel? Probably. I just wanted more from the story and conflict.- One thing she'd learned from her first romantic relationship was that you never truly knew what's underneath the mask that another person wore.

  • Faith89
    2019-02-03 18:40

    Copy courtesy od Netgalley2.5 starsStandalone with HEAThis was an OK read for me. It was kind of predictable. Kenzie and Remy meet in the diner where she works. They go from friends to roommates to lovers. There was an actual progression. They did not immediately jump into bed together. So the first part of the story was full of sexual tension. The second half of the story was rushed. Out if nowhere, Kenzie has a stalker. How she didn't suspect Her ex was kind of weird. She really didn't try to hide. She said she used her real name and social. text messages pretty much said what he always said to her. She didn't warn Remy. That was also unbelievable. It wasn't my favorite but it was ok. I would read more about this couple. I feel like there should be more.

  • Samantha
    2019-02-15 00:26

    Well this was not what I was expecting at all. Remy is protective, may have a famous father, but has had many people who should have been there for him through the hardest times fail him and turn away. Kenzie ran away from Seattle and has settled in Nashville hoping to use her college and fulfill her dreams. What she didn't expect is to live in a crappy hotel and work as a waitress. But that is where she meets Remy.Coming to her rescue they start on a friendship that turns into more and it was a really sweet read. I really enjoyed it. There was mystery, some heart break, and just a lot of fun.

  • Bette Hansen
    2019-02-07 21:24

    I definitely enjoyed this book and I am glad to have come across this new to me author. I will be checking out other books from her. I like the writing style a lot and appreciated the fact that the other allowed the relationship to build throughout the story rather than the love at first site approach. Although Remy is definitely interested he knows he has issues and Kenzie has her own to deal with right now. Fresh out of an abusive relationship, the last thing Kenzie is looking for is a new love interest so she appreciates Remy not pushing. They may be the last thing the other is looking for but they are also just what the other needs. This is a good one and I definitely recommend it.

  • Meaghan
    2019-02-03 22:25

    I received this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review.This book was cute, and I liked that there was no insta-love jump into bed action. When Kenzie finds herself in a bind; no money and running from her past, she falls on luck with Remy; a musician who has his life mostly together. I did think there was a little too much emphasis on her outfits, considering they were basically the same thing every time. Because she has trouble trusting men, Kenzie keeps things back from Remy that are pretty important to keeping her safe, when she finally does trust him it might be too late.

  • Lisa
    2019-02-08 22:22

    This book was given through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. This was not the book for me. Between the juvenile jealousy ploys and the insta-love and insta-smut I pushed myself to finish this. Others see. To have really loved this so perhaps it was too much smooching and not nearly enough consistent thought out plot and character development for my taste. I found them both so up and down and not in a good way. More juvenile and at one point I felt the entire book shifted into warp drive. Plot was moving quickly and it felt rushed.

  • Mary Jancsek
    2019-02-03 23:19

    * I was gifted an ARC of this book from the publisher through net galley in exchange for a honest review* I enjoyed this book very much and the only reason I gave it 4 stars was the fact that it did not completely in rapture me in the characters lives from the beginning as I would have liked. I loved the overall storyline however and would love to read more about these characters as their relationship and careers continue to grow.

  • Christina
    2019-01-24 22:34

    *an arc from Netgalley was provided in exchange for an honest reviewI was looking forward to this book from the description, and the first part was flirty and fun.. But in reality the whole book just didn't do it for me. There were a few really good parts, but I think with time and the right beta readers this book could have been so much more. Again there were parts that I truly enjoyed but as a whole ehhh not so great.

  • K.M.
    2019-02-07 16:37

    This was so, so, so bad and nonsensical. And the high level of dependency that the main characters did not seem healthy. Also, if I had a potential stalker and I'm not in WitSec, I'd 100% call the police asap once I started receiving menacing text messages. But then again, I have commonsense. Towards the middle of the book I was definitely hate-reading it just so I could finish it.

  • Laura
    2019-02-17 18:44

    ARC given in exchange for an honest review. Did not finish. I started to read this book several times and couldn't get into it. The premise is good but I just didn't connect with this. This book just wasn't for me.

  • Jules
    2019-01-29 21:28

    Wow. Horrible spelling and grammar. Couldn't get past to even read.