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Sarah had her life all planned out. She would build her business, conquer the San Francisco startup scene, and then well, she'd figure it out when she got there. But then she was cheated out of her business and she retreated to the middle of nowhere, Oregon, to figure out what to do next. Waiting for her there was good coffee, kind locals, and the sexiest man she'd ever se Sarah had her life all planned out. She would build her business, conquer the San Francisco startup scene, and then well, she'd figure it out when she got there. But then she was cheated out of her business and she retreated to the middle of nowhere, Oregon, to figure out what to do next. Waiting for her there was good coffee, kind locals, and the sexiest man she'd ever seen.

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Sarah had her life all planned out. She would build her business, conquer the San Francisco startup scene, and then well, she'd figure it out when she got there. But then she was cheated out of her business and she retreated to the middle of nowhere, Oregon, to figure out what to do next. Waiting for her there was good coffee, kind locals, and the sexiest man she'd ever se Sarah had her life all planned out. She would build her business, conquer the San Francisco startup scene, and then well, she'd figure it out when she got there. But then she was cheated out of her business and she retreated to the middle of nowhere, Oregon, to figure out what to do next. Waiting for her there was good coffee, kind locals, and the sexiest man she'd ever seen.

30 review for Cabin Fever

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kel

    3 star worthy almost 4 if my jock was a caveman ;) I'm a sucker for romance books that start of with a women going to a cabin needing a break and having a love hate relationship with a caveman. While Brad isn't exactly a caveman, I found myself enjoying the relationship between Sarah and Brad. She starts of with being a bitch, they kiss and make up ... But nothing can be that simple because they both have goals and ambitions and sometimes love won't be enough to stay. “I didn’t know what it was 3 star worthy almost 4 if my jock was a caveman ;) I'm a sucker for romance books that start of with a women going to a cabin needing a break and having a love hate relationship with a caveman. While Brad isn't exactly a caveman, I found myself enjoying the relationship between Sarah and Brad. She starts of with being a bitch, they kiss and make up ... But nothing can be that simple because they both have goals and ambitions and sometimes love won't be enough to stay. “I didn’t know what it was to miss a person until I woke to a day that didn’t have you in it.” Great book! Am definitely a fan!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    Putting aside her social life, well any kind of life really Sarah has built up her own business only to have it ripped out from under her. Finding herself nearing thirty with no job and no idea what the future hold she retreats to Oregon and the small town of Tall Pines to rest, recover and try to work out what the future holds for her. In Tall Pines she finds a different way of life, some fantastic characters and a hot and sexy man and now the futures looking better even if it's only for a shor Putting aside her social life, well any kind of life really Sarah has built up her own business only to have it ripped out from under her. Finding herself nearing thirty with no job and no idea what the future hold she retreats to Oregon and the small town of Tall Pines to rest, recover and try to work out what the future holds for her. In Tall Pines she finds a different way of life, some fantastic characters and a hot and sexy man and now the futures looking better even if it's only for a short while. This is a nice easy romantic read and free which is always a bonus.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anjie Kendall

    This book suffered from a lack of details where there should have been details, and far too many where they should have been glossed over. Sarah's trips to the grocery store were detailed out, down to everything she bought. This wasn't really important to the story. This, and all the details about the business plan she laid out for her new business, should have been summarized in some way in favor of details for her relationship with Brad. Instead, it was the other way around. Days with Brad wer This book suffered from a lack of details where there should have been details, and far too many where they should have been glossed over. Sarah's trips to the grocery store were detailed out, down to everything she bought. This wasn't really important to the story. This, and all the details about the business plan she laid out for her new business, should have been summarized in some way in favor of details for her relationship with Brad. Instead, it was the other way around. Days with Brad were glossed over. "They talked." "He spent almost every night in her bed." Well, how many nights, what did they talk about? For a romance book, the romance fell short, and when the conflict came, the resolution was a big "huh?" moment. If they're going to be in love with each other, show that. Instead, there was more relationship development between Sarah and Vijay, her main investor for her businesses. I knew more about Sarah's preference of technology than I did about her relationship with Brad. Other things annoyed me as well. The grocer came off creepy. He was married, and yet took a box of groceries to Sarah when she hadn't been into the store in days. All of the internal struggle for Sarah on how beautiful Ellie was became tiresome after the fifth time. She suspected that her high school boyfriends dated her in order to be closer to Ellie. Yet, they never did anything to prove this theory other than look at Ellie. Are they supposed to have blinders on? So, Ellie was beautiful, yet Sarah wasn't? Then why were all the men in this book telling her how pretty she was? That entire part of the book could have been left out, and added so much. Also, hinting that Sarah was approaching "middle age" - more than once - led the reader to believe that she was like late 30's, or 40's, yet Ellie was in her 20's. So, Sarah would have been as well. Wording choice can make a huge difference. Details, in the right spots, could have greatly improved this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

    Overall a great story, but there were still a few errors throughout the book, nothing major but enough to where it slowed down my reading. Author has great potential, but needs to cut down the fluff I gave 3 stars because there were multiple areas that had days and sometimes even weeks in between sections of the story. What happened in the lapsed time? Furthermore there was way too much detail in certain areas of the book such as the grocery store detailing the food she got etc as well as her bus Overall a great story, but there were still a few errors throughout the book, nothing major but enough to where it slowed down my reading. Author has great potential, but needs to cut down the fluff I gave 3 stars because there were multiple areas that had days and sometimes even weeks in between sections of the story. What happened in the lapsed time? Furthermore there was way too much detail in certain areas of the book such as the grocery store detailing the food she got etc as well as her business plan. That information isn't majorly important in most stories, especially romance stories. The details in this story were a bit backwards, not enough romance details such as conversation between Sarah and her boyfriend and too much detail the rest of the story. Sarah has her business swept out from under her from someone she trusted resulting in her taking up her father's offer to let her stay at his cabin in Oregon. Her decision to recuperate practically in the middle of nowhere may have been the best decision she could have ever made. She takes her sister's advice to stop planning everything and just live and have fun with the man she's growing interest in. Before he or she realize it, they are in a little over their heads resulting in them parting ways. Even with that devastation, Sarah channels her depression into something positive that will bring her back around to her love. I didn't like the fact that Sarah showed interest in the local Oregon newspaper saying that she felt bad that the owner was about to close down his business for good. However, by the end of the story there were no signs of Sarah immediately helping her new friend and business owner.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lesley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Really slow moving storyline. There were times where I just skimmed paragraphs to get through the pages instead of actually absorbing it fully. There was nothing that actually showed Sarah & Brad falling in love just bam there it was. Sex was dabbled in and again the author attempted to build that reader connection but the personal exchange post coital dialogue wasn't really there. And the ending was a bit of a stretch even in the land of contemporary romance. The supporting characters and t Really slow moving storyline. There were times where I just skimmed paragraphs to get through the pages instead of actually absorbing it fully. There was nothing that actually showed Sarah & Brad falling in love just bam there it was. Sex was dabbled in and again the author attempted to build that reader connection but the personal exchange post coital dialogue wasn't really there. And the ending was a bit of a stretch even in the land of contemporary romance. The supporting characters and their dynamics were just weird & random. The grocer who would give her free stuff just because she was pretty - as voiced when he randomly shows up with a delivery at her place - I am sure there was supposed to be a connection with her self esteem but in my opinion it wasn't a great approach to addressing it. Then the widow with the missing dog - again I get what the author was trying to do with Sarah writing the story, referencing the widow being lonely now that the dog was gone and how a small town paper impacts its readers but again missed the connection to the overall plot of the book. While I did finish this book, it's not a very high rating...2 stars

  6. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Saraceni

    A sweet romantic story A sweet romantic story This was a beautiful story of finding one's self and in that process being able to find love too. Sarah had just left the big city behind after she l o st her business. She needed a place to have the peace to figure out what to do with her life. Brad was staying with his father for a while after he was forced to retire due to football injuries. The cabin offered them both what they needed at the time. They become involved after Sarah does an interview A sweet romantic story A sweet romantic story This was a beautiful story of finding one's self and in that process being able to find love too. Sarah had just left the big city behind after she l o st her business. She needed a place to have the peace to figure out what to do with her life. Brad was staying with his father for a while after he was forced to retire due to football injuries. The cabin offered them both what they needed at the time. They become involved after Sarah does an interview with Brad as a favor for the local newspaper. They enjoy being together but they both knew it wasn't going to last due to their dreams. The author does a good job with their story and keeps the story interesting and fun. It was a very sweet romance with their HEA. Highly recommend.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Cabin Fever was a fun story about a girl, Sarah that lost her company and needed to find a new direction. She retreats to a small town in Oregon and starts meeting the locals. Also visiting his father is Brad a recently retire NFL player. He is a big handsome man with a caring personality. The first time they meet is over the noise of a chain saw and then for an interview for an article for the local paper that Sarah is asked to write as a favor. Both Sarah and Brad are at crossroads and not loo Cabin Fever was a fun story about a girl, Sarah that lost her company and needed to find a new direction. She retreats to a small town in Oregon and starts meeting the locals. Also visiting his father is Brad a recently retire NFL player. He is a big handsome man with a caring personality. The first time they meet is over the noise of a chain saw and then for an interview for an article for the local paper that Sarah is asked to write as a favor. Both Sarah and Brad are at crossroads and not looking for that special someone, so they get rather mixed up but figure it out in the end. I personally was looking for a light happy love story and this fit the bill but it was not of five star quality, just on the lower side of 4.5, so I gave it the 4 instead of a 5.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sheyla ✎

    Sarah just lost her company. Not knowing what to do she decides to retreat to her dad's cabin in Oregon. She starts her day by walking towards the closest diner. She realizes that her life in this small town is easy and relaxed. The first time she meets Brad she is not very fond of him. He destroys her wonderful peace with all the noise he's making. The second time she is interviewing him and she enjoys his company. When he tells her he is retiring from his football career and is thinking about coac Sarah just lost her company. Not knowing what to do she decides to retreat to her dad's cabin in Oregon. She starts her day by walking towards the closest diner. She realizes that her life in this small town is easy and relaxed. The first time she meets Brad she is not very fond of him. He destroys her wonderful peace with all the noise he's making. The second time she is interviewing him and she enjoys his company. When he tells her he is retiring from his football career and is thinking about coaching instead, she listens to his dream. But what will happen when both have to return to their lives? Can they stay together? I liked it. There was no major drama- no cheating- no hidden agendas. 3/5 Fangs. cross posted at my blog http://mrsleifs.blogspot.com

  9. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Ok. Started strong, sweet characters, lovely depiction of small town charms. I found the ending a bit disappointing and rushed though. One good thing - the heroine is a techy entrepreneur, works in the startup industry in San Francisco. It was nice to read about a smart, driven heroine, with no judgement passed by the author or character for her choices. This was a kindle freebie.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bethany Buchanan

    Great read but e errors threw me off This book was a great read however there were grammatical errors that made some parts difficult and caused me to re-read to understand. The biggest error I found was that in the first meeting of Sarah and Brad, Sarah's eyes were described as hazel but any other description made them blue.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kim Howard

    I'm known for buying books based on their covers and the steam was coming off the cover of this one...but didn't seem to resonate from within the story. While I enjoyed the storyline, I would have liked to see more of a build up on their relationship. Overall it was a decent story of things working out when you think they might not what you wanted.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Caffenero

    This story needs a serious Editor. Starting with the fact that the heroine has at first hazel eyes that turn blue and the too long, boring digressions about coffee, I found several upsetting things in the book. Fortunately it was a freebe.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Murray

    Loved this book. I felt like it took place over a longer time so i wish there was more details. But overall a good read.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Chambers

    this was a cute story with a nice ending. it never dove very deep into any big issues or passion, but still very enjoyable to read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    S.M. Stryker

    My one gripe...I wish it had an epilogue. I want to see how it all worked out. It was a very sweet story of what is really important. A must read!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Mc Donald

    Oh, the ending of this book is so awesome...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    No chemistry, uneven plot and character development. Title and cover are steamier than what's inside. No typos!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cap'n Heather.....Aarrrrrrr

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Marie-Christine

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sali

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lori Stacher

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joan

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gina

  24. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Gilpin

  25. 5 out of 5

    Hilary

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Mateo

  27. 4 out of 5

    Simonne Poulter

  28. 5 out of 5

    maria ditren

  29. 4 out of 5

    Justine

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Barbour

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