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Nate Seeing Sunshine Simmons for the first time was shattering to my ego. It was like popping open an icy cold Coke on a hot summer’s day, my body chilled at the same time it ignited. But she didn’t even notice me… Sunshine The moment he takes his clothes off on stage, it hits me. Washboard abs, toned pecs, and that fucking V… All of it- belongs to Nathanial Owens, my ex best Nate Seeing Sunshine Simmons for the first time was shattering to my ego. It was like popping open an icy cold Coke on a hot summer’s day, my body chilled at the same time it ignited. But she didn’t even notice me… Sunshine The moment he takes his clothes off on stage, it hits me. Washboard abs, toned pecs, and that fucking V… All of it- belongs to Nathanial Owens, my ex best friend. Too bad he doesn’t seem to remember me, because I could never forget him.


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Nate Seeing Sunshine Simmons for the first time was shattering to my ego. It was like popping open an icy cold Coke on a hot summer’s day, my body chilled at the same time it ignited. But she didn’t even notice me… Sunshine The moment he takes his clothes off on stage, it hits me. Washboard abs, toned pecs, and that fucking V… All of it- belongs to Nathanial Owens, my ex best Nate Seeing Sunshine Simmons for the first time was shattering to my ego. It was like popping open an icy cold Coke on a hot summer’s day, my body chilled at the same time it ignited. But she didn’t even notice me… Sunshine The moment he takes his clothes off on stage, it hits me. Washboard abs, toned pecs, and that fucking V… All of it- belongs to Nathanial Owens, my ex best friend. Too bad he doesn’t seem to remember me, because I could never forget him.

30 review for 2 Times the Bliss

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm hesitant to write this review. I hate giving bad reviews, and I'm diving pretty deep into some issues here that are somewhat of hot button issues. I'll start by saying that I had high hopes for this book. I really enjoyed the second book in this series. I liked the character of Nate, so I was looking forward to his story. Unfortunately, I felt the characters fell flat. The plot moved slow. And the writing was just weird. Sunshine is bi racial. But throughout the entire book, we hear her referr I'm hesitant to write this review. I hate giving bad reviews, and I'm diving pretty deep into some issues here that are somewhat of hot button issues. I'll start by saying that I had high hopes for this book. I really enjoyed the second book in this series. I liked the character of Nate, so I was looking forward to his story. Unfortunately, I felt the characters fell flat. The plot moved slow. And the writing was just weird. Sunshine is bi racial. But throughout the entire book, we hear her referred to as "mixed". I can't speak for POC, obviously, so I asked a few friends if this was as problematic as I thought it was. Yeah, turns out many of them found it problematic. Especially since it's used so much. And, then when I added that the H describes the h's skin as "tastes like chocolate milk", again, not a great reaction. In fact, every description of Sunshine's skin is some sort of food related item. That's what I mean about the writing being weird. Sunshine and Nate grew up together, in their small town. Sunshine's dad was offered a job and they moved to a bigger city. Sunshine missed the small town that she loved. Yet it's mentioned that because Sunshine is "mixed" (as they say in the book) she was lucky that she was good friends with Nate's respected (white) family. People didn't bother her because of her connection to them. So, apparently, save for having Nate, the white savior as her friend, the town would have been a bunch of assholes to her, and she's still like "Yeah, this is the place I'd like to raise my kid" WHAT? Sunshine heads back to town, finds out Nate is a stripper and goes to the club to see him. He basically uses his body to torment her as his big “fuck you” to her for leaving. He pulls her into a dance in one instance. In a second, she wants to talk to him, so she pays for a private dance. Both times he gets things all heated between them, but is still angry that she left him and didn’t write or call him. I get his anger, but the whole using her the way he did was just immature and gross. I also hated how the daughter was described. She is thirteen, and yet we hear her described as being incredibly beautiful, to the point her mom has been approached several times about getting her to be a model. But, of course, she doesn't want her daughter in "that type of lifestyle". It's just odd to hear a child's looks described so much in an adult way. Once Nate finds out about his daughter, he’s all in as a dad, but still mad at Sunshine, which is fair. However, he also knows he’s eventually going to forgive her and he knows that he loves her, so the whole thing seems to drag on for no real reason. My last real issue with the book, and I really hesitated including this because I know with 100% certainty, that this is an issue that not everyone is going to have. But I DO have an issue with this particular thing, so I just asked myself, “Would I have wanted to see it included in a review?" And, yeah, I would have. Because I wouldn’t have read the book based on this alone. So here it is and you can judge as you will: Sunshine is a lawyer. We rarely see her at work, which is fine, as the story isn't about that. But the ONLY time we see her at work (other than when she reconnects with the H, Nate) is when her assistant calls to tell her that a "Mrs. Sanchez" is calling and she needs help with some paperwork for immigration. Sunshine replies "Good for her, doing it the right way!" Fuck. No. I kept reading because there are so many five star reviews, I thought it must just be a "me" thing, but, if I’m being completely honest, nope. It has racism written all into it and I’m just not here for that.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Seay

    I can’t believe that this is the last in this series. I love these characters and LOVE this town. Nate’s story was such a surprise – not at all what I had in my mind when reading the others, yet it was everything it was meant to be. I loved the surprise and how it tied the past and the future together - I loved seeing Nate grow from a "lost" boy to a real man - I loved that the family ranch was such an important piece to the story. The writing was stellar, and this author just keeps giving me su I can’t believe that this is the last in this series. I love these characters and LOVE this town. Nate’s story was such a surprise – not at all what I had in my mind when reading the others, yet it was everything it was meant to be. I loved the surprise and how it tied the past and the future together - I loved seeing Nate grow from a "lost" boy to a real man - I loved that the family ranch was such an important piece to the story. The writing was stellar, and this author just keeps giving me such different stories without ever making me bored. I'm desperately sad that this series is over and hope that one day the Owens brothers have friends that make themselves known!! Nate and Sunshine were perfect together!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    2 Times the Bliss - love love love 💕 Another amazing read by one of my favorite authors . I loved the characters . Especially the relationship between the main character and his daughter. I love the relationship between Nate and his brothers , it was really great to finally read his story and how his parents death affected him . The series now feels complete . It was a refreshing read , different from her MC books, even though I am a huge fan of the MC. Can’t wait to read more by Sapphire . 5 st 2 Times the Bliss - love love love 💕 Another amazing read by one of my favorite authors . I loved the characters . Especially the relationship between the main character and his daughter. I love the relationship between Nate and his brothers , it was really great to finally read his story and how his parents death affected him . The series now feels complete . It was a refreshing read , different from her MC books, even though I am a huge fan of the MC. Can’t wait to read more by Sapphire . 5 stars 😊

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Such a great book Sapphire Knight has done it again! The story of Nate and Sunshine was so good! If you like stories of long lost love, and a little twist that I didn't see coming. You will love this book. I had all the feels with this one. I fell in love with all the characters. Hooked me in the first paragraph. Such a great book Sapphire Knight has done it again! The story of Nate and Sunshine was so good! If you like stories of long lost love, and a little twist that I didn't see coming. You will love this book. I had all the feels with this one. I fell in love with all the characters. Hooked me in the first paragraph.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dustie Rice

    A must read!! This book was different than the others Sapphire usually writes but just as good. Nate and Sunshine grow up together and family reasons make Sunshine have to move then tragedy hits and life keeps them apart. It's a second chance book that sucks you in, Its funny, sweet, sassy, and southern all rolled into one. Also there is football!! A must read for sure. A must read!! This book was different than the others Sapphire usually writes but just as good. Nate and Sunshine grow up together and family reasons make Sunshine have to move then tragedy hits and life keeps them apart. It's a second chance book that sucks you in, Its funny, sweet, sassy, and southern all rolled into one. Also there is football!! A must read for sure.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Deana

    2 Times the Bliss If you find true love and happiness hold onto it never let it go. Two teenagers fall in love but one moves away with her parents. Down the road they meet up again surprises happen but can they make it work again?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dottie Withers

    Nate and Sunshine This was a great ending for this series. Nate seemes like the lost brother but finally pulls himself together after he sees his lost love Sunshine. Sunshine is hiding her own secrets that have been hidden for over a decade. Awesome story!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Phillips

    Love this book! Reuniting with long lost love with a surprise! I couldn’t put it down.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Leupp

  11. 5 out of 5

    Vicky Ott

  12. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sapphire Knight

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

  15. 5 out of 5

    Liz-Cate Cicchini

  16. 4 out of 5

    Niki

  17. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Hartwig

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandi Ramirez

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nasim

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alex Staggs

  21. 5 out of 5

    Claire

  22. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Mcfarland

  24. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Raelynn

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nikita Flores

  27. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Gillock-dorman

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tonya

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lani Kiebat

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sam

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