Just This Once

Just This Once

RosalindJames / Jul 18, 2019

Just This Once Everyone needs to be rescued sometimes Everyone but Hannah Montgomery that is She just needs a vacation Three weeks in New Zealand to sort out her life figure out what she wants seems just right Oh

  • Title: Just This Once
  • Author: RosalindJames
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  • Page: 113
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  • Everyone needs to be rescued sometimes.Everyone but Hannah Montgomery, that is She just needs a vacation Three weeks in New Zealand to sort out her life, figure out what she wants, seems just right Oh, and to relax She should definitely put that on the agenda She certainly isn t looking for a sexy fling with a professional rugby player, no matter how attractive he is.Everyone needs to be rescued sometimes.Everyone but Hannah Montgomery, that is She just needs a vacation Three weeks in New Zealand to sort out her life, figure out what she wants, seems just right Oh, and to relax She should definitely put that on the agenda She certainly isn t looking for a sexy fling with a professional rugby player, no matter how attractive he is Hannah doesn t do casual But maybe just this once As much as he s shared with Hannah, Drew Callahan has kept one very big secret And learning the truth, now that she s back home again, has made Hannah warier than ever Drew knows that she s right for him But how can he convince her to let down her guard enough to explore what they could have together Note This romance, like New Zealand, contains some steam If that isn t your cuppa, you may want to visit another country er, book.

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      • RosalindJames

        Rosalind James writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense published both by Montlake Romance and independently Her stories are set in New Zealand, Idaho, California, New York really, anyplace that seems cool Research trips, especially those involving lots of rugby, are a bonus Her books are available in ebook, paperback, and audio formats Rosalind is a former marketing executive who spent several years in Australia and New Zealand, where she fell in love with the people, the landscape, and the culture of both countries She attributes her rapid success to the fact that Lots of people would like to escape to New Zealand I know I did


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    1. I asked for recs for a contemporary romance with a realistic, non alpha-maleish hero and an equally non-stereotypical heroine. This book, at the time a freebie, was suggested to me by someone I am sure wants to stay unnamed ;). I added a new shelf for this, because the adjective best describing it is:F R U M P YThe Good: At least up to the point where I read everyone seemed to be out of college, belonging to the adult of our species and working. There still was a handwave at youth culture, thoug [...]


    2. Before you read this things you must know . . .1. I am a kiwi, born breed and raised2. Previously any time i have read anything in which New Zealand was mentioned or was the setting i have wanted to shoot the author for their portrayal of my country.3. because of 2. i went into this book already highly discouraged.A romance book . . . set in New Zealand . . . and it was good? Do my eyes deceive me? Am I having a hallucination, did the author actually manage to look close enough to see the depth [...]


    3. After I finished this book, I concluded that nothing much happened in it. However, upon reflection I realised that indeed, lots occurred but the plot and the characters just didn't make a big fuss about it!Hannah leaves the USA to have a holiday in New Zealand, goes for a swim in the ocean and gets caught in a rip. Luckily for her, she is rescued by Drew, the Captain of the All Black rugby team.Now, only New Zealanders and Australians can immediately appreciate just how important this game is an [...]


    4. Visiting the neighboursI have had my eye on this story for years and when I saw it available on the Romance Package, I couldn't stop myself from giving it a try.New Zealand is a country I have visited and loved. With them being so close to Australia we're practically neighbours. I found it somewhat comforting to recognise the lingo and places mentioned. Having the hero playing Rugby Union was also something familiar and I loved the discussions comparing Rugby Union and Rugby League. New Zealand [...]


    5. Sometimes you get what you pay for.I picked up this Kindle freebie to get a refresher/travelogue on New Zealand as an old friend who now calls En Zed (NZ) home is coming for a visit.I started the book optimistically. I even checked the Kiwi Glossary at the end of the book to get my lingo and slang down before learning about down under.Hannah is the typical over worked unappreciated heroine. Her work and her two siblings monopolize her time so she rarely dates or takes any time for herself.She de [...]


    6. What can I say but an utterly FANTASTIC book!Hannah is a marketing manager for a busy and successful sports clothing company in SanFran. Tired and needing to get away from it all, she takes a dream vacation to New Zealand - by herself - planning on relaxing and enjoying herself with no schedules and no deadlines. Her first full day in En Zed (what natives call New Zealand, like we would say US) she's out swimming in the beautiful blue ocean and nearly drowns when she's caught up in a vicious rip [...]


    7. This was a toughie to rate. There wasn't anything inherently wrong with it, but it was kind of boring. What I liked: The New Zealand culture was pretty vivid, and the way the dialogue was written, I could practically hear the accents. Loved that. The story itself, however, was just okay. A contemporary romance with no 'real' conflict (yeah, okay, the heroine is afraid to love because her father died when she was young and her mother was ineffectual afterward). I actually started skimming in plac [...]


    8. Maybe I'm getting burned out with romancesI thought this story was okaygot a little tired of how resistant Hannah was towards Drew. Come on: he's perfect! That being said, he was a little too perfect and she was a little too depressed (not sure that is the right word) for me. There was really no drama in the story at all. I kept reading on because at 50% through the book--they were basically together and planning on Hannah going to NZ. I hate to say this, but I think Hannah was a drip and I coul [...]


    9. Just This Once is such a realistic love story. Of course, when I say realistic I don't mean that if you take a Vacation to New Zealand you are sure to walk away with a perfect and famous rugby player, but Drew and Hannah were such real characters and the things they go through in the book are things that struck such a chord within me. I loved the natural progression of the story and it just made me happy. I felt happy watching Drew and Hannah fall for each other, and figure out a way if they cou [...]


    10. Really? I am having a difficult time understanding all of the raves this book has received. I've never read a book as monotonously bland as this. The entire thing was a bore.And Hannah? What a pathetic character. Her entire story could have been so much better written. The Hannah from the first chapter was no relation to the Hanna mid-way through the book. She just got more and more plaintive.Don't waste your time with this one, regardless of what the reviews say.



    11. Ms. James had me at New Zealand. I don’t know what it is about New Zealand or Australia. Both countries are on my bucket list but I think New Zealand would wins hands down in the contest of what country to see first. Maybe I’ve watched too many House Hunters International. The scenery is breathtaking and the way of life is slower. Ms. James vivid descriptions of the country, culture and national sport just make me that much earnest in getting down there to visit. I want to go to the beach, w [...]


    12. This was a cute story about a girl/workaholic who goes alone on a vacation to New Zealand. She's rescued by a kayaker while she's swimming. She has no idea of his fame & fortune. He shows her his country & she leaves for home. They have a long distance thing & he wants her to come back.Well, the characters are great, the story is fun but you can take it 2 ways. A romance with an education about Rugby or a Guide of the rules & Regs of Rugby & New Zealand tourism with a side of [...]


    13. this book was very blunt, I read it until the end just to see if something was going to happen, but unfortunately nothing. also, Hannah was very annoying, and I'm saying this because the way that her conflicts we're presented it didn't made me emphasize with her.


    14. I have really enjoyed the Rosalind James series Escape to New Zealand. There are 5 books in all, and each one tells a unique story of a relationship blossoming from first introduction on. The first book is Hannah and Drew’s story. It is arguably the slowest of the 5, providing the New Zealand setting and the Rugby football instruction. While the slowest of the 5, it is in no ways a negative on the book itself. I had a hard time believing at first that Drew was for real, that he was the one pur [...]


    15. Let me begin by saying I had no clue what I was getting myself into with this book. I know nothing about Rugby or New Zealand but I now have an obsession with both. Who knew when I began book one in the series by dawn the next morning I would be finished with book three and wanting more.I loved the male characters in this story. They were strong and intimidating warriors yet sweet and protective.I had a little trouble with Hannah’s character. I thought she was a little too motherly to her sibl [...]


    16. This one is hard to rate. It was a kindle freebie, I started it on a train journey and ended up finishing it the same day - so in that sense it was good.It's probably a 3.5 star book truthfully - but I tend to mark up if it was a freebie and I enjoyed it.However not a lot actually happens. It's just a light, fun, re-location love story. But for me personally the New Zealand background - which is VERY well drawn indeed, you really could be there was what made the book.Characterizations were good, [...]


    17. Audiobook narrated by Claire Bocking-great Kiwi accent! Loved the New Zealand setting and the glimpses of the national pastime: rugby and rugby players! Ready to book a flight to Auckland!


    18. I really like this series. I love character driven romances and this book is that. It has a wonderful setting and wonderful setting with the bonus of rugby!



    19. 4 starsThis was a very good story. Drew was great and I liked Hannah as well. I've already read book 2 from this series Just Good Friends and liked it enough to try book 1. I'm enjoying this series and will be trying more in the future.Hannah is a marketing director for a woman's fitness clothing company. She lost her father when she was very young and because her mom fell apart afterwards, she pretty much raised her little brother and sister. Even now that they're both grown she acts more like [...]


    20. Losing her father at an early age of twelve and a mother slipping down into a web of grief, Hannah Montegomery had to step on the shoes of a mother and be a father figure growing up too quickly for the sake of her younger brother Matt and sister KristenWorking hard into a career she is gown to be comfortable, she loves orderliness and high end responsibilityWith all the towering work with wonderful colleague, friends and family she spends little time for herselfWith her long overdue of a vacatio [...]


    21. I want to go to En Zed! This was such a great introduction to Rugby, Kiwis, Maoris, and all things New Zealand. I learned so much, the characters (main and supporting) are engaging, the ending is (sigh) so lovely. I'm not so into the sex scenes, having an aversion to being in other people's boudoirs, but I really appreciate the fact that just like in life, sex is a part of NOT the whole of the relationship story line. Hannah was both endearing and annoying from the beginning, then she was just s [...]


    22. This is my least favorite type of romance story - 100% internal conflict because the woman (it's always the woman, god dammit) has some sort of neurosis. I would rather deal with mob hits, jealous exes, psycho stalkers, the undead, etc than deal with some dumb ass spending the whole book convincing herself that this is a bad idea, it's just never going to work, he'll leave me, I'm not good enough, what the fuck ever. Nothing really happens, so it's long and boring and just the same thing over an [...]


    23. I really enjoyed this romance. Was a nice change from other books. Most other romances don't seem to last this long, which I really enjoyed. I also enjoyed learning more about New Zealand, which I knew very little, though I do have a friend on FB from New Zealand. She only recently became a Kiwi, so I was glad to already know that term as well as Aussie (another friend in Melbourne)Note: there are terms in the back of the book. I did't realize this because I was reading on my Kindle. Also a map [...]


    24. Actual rating 3.5This was a cute romance in a beautiful setting, with an amazing guy. I like learning about New Zealand and rugby, it made me want to take a trip there. My biggest problem with this book was Hannah, so many times the female main character is trying so hard to be strong she comes across as extremely weak and whiny to me. If she just had a little more sass, I would have like this book just so much more. Although I guess it was a bit of a plot twist because it was the girl with the [...]


    25. *Sigh* I've read this not only once, but at least twice- maybe even three times already but somehow the rating or me marking it as read didn't happen any of those times. Don't have time for a lengthy review, but I will say I adore the accents (I prefer the audio book) and this has become a 'happy place' series for me to re-listen/re-read and be comfy and happy.




    26. I needed a few minutes to decide on my rating and since I felt like it didn't quite measure up to other 3 star books, I had to knock it down a star. It really was only "okay."I'm pretty sure I picked this up as a freebie and since I used to live in New Zealand I was excited to read a romance set in that beautiful country. The descriptions of places they visited and the added Kiwi-isms made me smile. It made me feel at home. Although I will say that the constant referral to New Zealand as En Zed [...]


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