Review**~**More by Clare James


One summer.
One chance to forget the past.
One opportunity to make things right.

There’s no denying the heat between Jules Taylor and Foster Sutton. They are two wild souls with a fire burning inside. Together, they create a hot and dangerous mix of emotion and lust.

But after a terrible accident leaves one friend dead, Foster is bound by a secret that keeps him from getting closer to Jules. And he’s left with only one thing to offer her – friendship.

For Jules, her relationship with Foster is getting old. He falls down and she picks him up, but they never move forward. Their occasional hook-ups are no longer enough, and Jules vows that this is her summer to forget Foster and find love. If it were only that easy.

It seems fate is pushing Jules and Foster together at every turn. And it’s only a matter of time before they give up and give in.

MORE is the highly anticipated companion story to BEFORE YOU GO.  It can also be read as a stand-alone book.


Review by Jennifer Harried

4 stars!!

***ARC received from the author in exchange for an honest review***

I want to start by saying Thank You to Clare James for giving me the opportunity to read this book.  I read Before You Go (book1) before I read this one and I truly enjoyed book 1, but I have to say that I enjoyed this book even more.  We are introduced to Foster and Jules in Before You Go and I was thrilled to learn that they were getting their own book.  I know this book is listed as a stand alone, but I truly believe that you should read Before You Go before reading this one.  You get to see how Jules and Foster interact with each other in book 1 which helps to understand their relationship in More.  Plus Noah and Tabby are in this book and I feel that reading this book first would spoil Before You Go.  There are secrets in book 1 that are talked about in this book, so you would know to much and it would take away from book 1.  Anyway back to Foster and Jules.  I thought they were a wonderful couple.  Their personalities truly matched each other.  I also loved their history together.  Foster was such a strong support for Jules while she was going through some crap with her family.  This book is truly a second chance love story because Jules and Foster dated back when they were freshman in college and then a tragic event occurs that changes their relationship/friendship for many years.    During this time they remained friends but continued to fight their feelings.  I loved the journey that Clare took them on.  I think in the end it made them both better people individually and a stronger couple.  This book was also a quick read but I have to say this one was steamier then book 1, which I liked 😉  I was also glad that we got to keep tabs on Tabby and Noah in this book.  Again Jenna (noah’s ex) was just evil and really needed to be b*tch slapped.

I thought the flow of this book was similar to book 1 in that it was a quick read but nothing was rushed.  I think the only thing I wish we would’ve gotten was a longer epilogue to wrap up all the stories between Jules and Foster and Noah and Tabby.  But still this was a great read and I am glad I read it.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a sweet second chance love story without all the extra outside drama.

About the author

Clare James spent her childhood writing, reading, and dancing. Not much has changed since then, except she can no longer get up on toe shoes like she once could. And don’t even ask her to go into the splits because she may never get back up.

A new adult and contemporary romance writer, Clare loves a happy ending. She lives in Minneapolis with her two leading men—her husband and young son. BEFORE YOU GO and MORE are her New Adult titles.

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Buy them here —-> Before You Go


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