Just Add Argyle

Just Add Argyle Tate Buchanan is a troublemaker who can t keep a job no matter how many times his lucky argyle sweater gets him hired Add to that a learning disability and an impetuous nature that sends him into alt

  • Title: Just Add Argyle
  • Author: K.C. Burn
  • ISBN: 9781635335682
  • Page: 263
  • Format: ebook
  • Tate Buchanan is a troublemaker who can t keep a job, no matter how many times his lucky argyle sweater gets him hired Add to that a learning disability and an impetuous nature that sends him into altercations to protect the defenseless, and he hardly manages to make friends, let alone find a man who s interested in him for than one night.Most people think EMT JaimeTate Buchanan is a troublemaker who can t keep a job, no matter how many times his lucky argyle sweater gets him hired Add to that a learning disability and an impetuous nature that sends him into altercations to protect the defenseless, and he hardly manages to make friends, let alone find a man who s interested in him for than one night.Most people think EMT Jaime Escobar is a player, but the truth is he wants a serious partner he just can t justify wasting time on guys he knows aren t a match But when he treats a gorgeous redhead after a fight, he finds the spark he s spent so many years looking for.Jaime wants to take the next step with Tate, but it s clear Tate s not going to curb his impulsive behavior his next fight sends him to the hospital Jaime s relationship with a near criminal isn t something his family is ready to accept, not any than Tate is willing to be kept a secret Jaime will need a lot of understanding and some luck of his own to keep them both But this is one fight he s going to see through to the end.

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    1. Review originally posted at Sinfully.This is a sweet opposites attract, hurt-comfort romance, that also deals with some serious issues. Tate is a high school dropout who can’t hold a job, has a horrible home life and possibly anger management issues. He always seems to find a fight and is well-acquainted with the local police. Some would say he’s always at the wrong place at the wrong time, but really it’s more like right place right time as he always seems to be coming to someone’s resc [...]

    2. 3,5 starsTate and JaimeTate has it hard in life. He finds himself more then once in a fight. His home-situation is horrible, neglected by his mother, losing more than once his job so no money to buy any food or clothes. His self esteem is lower than low.His sanctuary is the library.Jaime is an ex-soldier and now an EMT employer and sees Tate for the first time after he has been hurt in a fight and need some medical help. Tate was helping a boy who almost got raped.Jaime can't get Tate out if his [...]

    3. full review on release - but this jumped to my favorite list! Tate is my current favorite MC - highly recommended!I absolutely ADORED this book. It reached me at EVERY level and I couldn’t read it fast enough!I think it’s clear that a romance is best when the readers are invested in the characters – first and foremost. Tate – as a character – had me by the heart right from page one. He’s scrappy, got a short fuse, a low self-esteem – but the absolute biggest heart you’ll find.Jai [...]

    4. 3.5 Argyle stars rounded down to 3 Argyle stars, but it was close and also still no 1/2 stars here on GR.Sometimes things really aren't how they seemd that was the case with both Tate Buchanan and Jaime Escobar in 'Just Add Argyle'. Everyone things Tate's nothing but a trouble maker or at least until they start to look a little deeper beyond what shows no the surface and everyone's sure that Jaime's just a player night stands, hook-ups with Mr. Right Now because he couldn't possibly just want Mr [...]

    5. 2.5 stars. Hurt/comfort story. I felt that the relationship was imbalanced because Jaime was the one physically helping and emotionally supporting Tate when Jaime had mental/emotional issues of his own. For example, the story just glossed over Jaime's nightmares. That was a missed opportunity for Tate to offer empathy, love, and support. The story gradually became more comfort versus sizzle and fizzled out for me. I lost interest and had to force myself to skim to the end.

    6. 3.5 starsThe audiobook of Just Add Argyle was an enjoyable story with a good narrator. This is the third book in the Fabric Hearts series, but each features a single couple making the books easy to read as standalones or out of order. Just Add Argyle is more in line with a hurt/comfort story with paramedic Jaime- a secondary character in the previous books- finding his match in Tate, a cast aside young adult. There was a good assortment of tropes beyond the hurt/comfort aspect, including an age [...]

    7. I absolutely ADORED this book. It reached me at EVERY level and I couldn’t read it fast enough!I think it’s clear that a romance is best when the readers are invested in the characters – first and foremost. Tate – as a character – had me by the heart right from page one. He’s scrappy, got a short fuse, a low self-esteem – but the absolute biggest heart you’ll find.Jaime is another amazing character who is so filled with love and also gratitude that he can literally do no wrong [...]

    8. Just Add Argyle, the third book in KC Burns’ Fabric Hearts series, is a touching contemporary romance. Tate Buchman has spent his entire life believing himself to be stupid. He doesn’t understand numbers. That means, even if he could manage to successfully run the cash register at one of his many minimum wage jobs, he can’t get there on time. Jamie Escobar is a paramedic who treats Tate after Tate is beat up for “interfering” in a gay man’s rape. Their attraction and subsequent relat [...]

    9. A good addition to the series. Actually, probably my favorite of the series, now that I've read all three. I liked Jaime the start, so I was glad to see him get someone feisty who he could still care for. I'd recommend the entire series, and I do wonder if Beck might get what he's clearly looking for some day

    10. I've been waiting and hoping for Jaime's story ever since we met him as Caleb's best friend and cousin in Tartan Candy, book 1 of the Fabric Hearts series and now here he is in Just Add Argyle. To say Tate hasn't had an easy life would be an understatement but perhaps life is about to change. When Jaime and Tate meet it's not exactly a cute or funny story but it is definitely a story packed full of spark. Tate always feels like he's in the wrong place at the wrong time and maybe to a certain ext [...]

    11. “It is a lonely experience to be a child with a disability which no one can see or understand. You exasperate your teachers, you disappoint your parents, and, worst of all you know that you are not just stupid.” ~ Susan HampshireTate Buchanon, of 'Just Add Argyle' by KC Burn, grew up thinking he's stupid because school was hard for him. Most of the people around him did nothing to dispel that idea, especially his worthless, alcoholic mother. It’s easy to see why he grows up a belligerent y [...]

    12. Review can be read at It's About The Book3.5 starsTate has had a rough life. The son of an alcoholic mother with not so nice men in and out of their home has left it’s mark on him. He understandably doesn’t trust easily. He’s angry. It doesn’t help that since a young age he’s been labeled an idiot. Tate knows he’s never going to excel at anything but he only has himself to depend on. He’s always hungry because he has no money. Always worried about going home before his mom passes o [...]

    13. 4.5 stars Squeeeeee! I have gotten so lucky with a string of good audiobooks recently! This was just lovely! Not at all what I was expecting based on the the blurb and the cover. I think I had forgotten the description, but was so pleasantly surprised by how sweet and broken Tate was. I just wanted to wrap him up in my grandmothers quilt and love him until he couldn't take anymore.The progression of the relationship was totally believable, despite being somewhat fast objectively. There was insta [...]

    14. The thing with romance books is that you are supposed to be invested in the relationship to fully enjoy it. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t care about it.I found it very unrealistic how Tate had such bad luck, that he would constantly get into the situations he did, time and time again. I understand his unfortunate circumstances and get that a lot of the things that happened to him were a consequence to that, but still…Then there’s the fact that Jaime and Tate met for like 20 seconds and ex [...]

    15. Another great addition to the family. Tate feels like the only good thing is his argyle but even that doesn't seem to make a real difference. But Jaime really sees Tate. He can see that Tate works hard, cares about others, and just needs a chance. It is hard to move forward but together they are both better people.

    16. This book showcases one of the things I dislike about age gaps in romance. I don't think Tate was more than 10 years younger than Jamie but the dialogue made me feel like Tate was a child. It made it hard for me to accept the love was anything more than a need for security on Tate's part and a savior complex on Jamie's.

    17. Review to follow at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue WordsC provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for an honest review.

    18. 4.5 starsIf you're looking for a story that gives off the Pretty Woman vibes only without the billionaire or hooker than this story is for you!!You can see my full review on my website: christinasbookshelf/2017/0

    19. This one was so sweet !I'm totally in love with this serie and I hope they would be more books to come (Javier ? Beck ? Diego ? Tyler ?).

    20. Obviously now I was in the right mood for this book. I already tried it several times but didn’t manage more than a few pages. This time I couldn’t stop reading. In the beginning it was a bit much, all that bad stuff happening to Tate and his bad upbringing, but it was very compelling and when Tate and Jaime met and finally their relationship started it was a joy to follow along. Yes, the switch from Tate’s ‚I’m independent and I’m doing it all by myself‘ to ‚yes, Jaime, I’m gl [...]

    21. *Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.*Just Add Argyle is Book 3 of K.C. Burn's Fabric Hearts series. It is possible to read and enjoy this book without having read the first two in the series, but the couples from the first two books are supporting characters in this book, so go ahead and read them first! Let me preface this by saying, I don't like picking favorites but this is my favorit [...]

    22. I can't believe I didn't review this 'in situ'But I was looking back through my kindle for a good book to re-read and chose this. The characters are sweet and compelling. It's a mood lifter kind of story and poor Tate has a really tough life until he meets paramedic Jaime who gives him a helping hand but also falls in love with him. The background setting of Orlando, Florida is almost a character in itself, paradise gone bad. The big tropical city described is almost the complete opposite in eve [...]

    23. I adore the covers to this series, and I can see Tate in this cover.Just add Argyle is another great addition to this series. Just Add Argyle is book three in Fabric Hearts, but you can read them in any order. Jaime is an EMT and has a little money from an inheritance. He isn't egotistical and doesn't brag about his wealth. As a matter of fact if it isn't talked about late in the book you really don't know it's there. Jaime is getting tired of hookups and with his best friend and cousin Caleb se [...]

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