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Some Girls Don t Local television reporter Selena Durrum is in Jumbuck Springs for three days Get in see her grandmother give her speech and get out Her career is about to hit big and she can t afford any distracti

  • Title: Some Girls Don't
  • Author: Amy Andrews
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  • Page: 405
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Local television reporter Selena Durrum is in Jumbuck Springs for three days Get in, see her grandmother, give her speech, and get out Her career is about to hit big and she can t afford any distractions Especially not her childhood sweetheart Jarrod Weston, rural firefighter, isn t worried about seeing the woman who d done a midnight runner on him fifteen years earlieLocal television reporter Selena Durrum is in Jumbuck Springs for three days Get in, see her grandmother, give her speech, and get out Her career is about to hit big and she can t afford any distractions Especially not her childhood sweetheart Jarrod Weston, rural firefighter, isn t worried about seeing the woman who d done a midnight runner on him fifteen years earlier It was a long time ago and he s moved on with his life right But neither of them were ready for their still potent attraction and the heavy pull of unfinished business But then Selena gets offered the opportunity of a lifetime and once again has to choose between love and career Will she go with her heart, or her head Outback Heat series Book 1 Some Girls Do Book 2 Some Girls Don t Book 3 Some Guys Need a lot of Lovin Book 4 Some Girls Lie

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    1. Slick's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews2.5 starsThis second chance at love story Some Girls Don’t by Amy Andrews was a bit of a disappointment after the first book in this series, I enjoyed reading it but there was too much focus on the past and not near enough focus on the here and now or the future.Selena Durrum has returned to Jumbuck Springs 15 years after she left basically in the dark of night without a word to the man she loved with all her heart. Back in town to deliver [...]

    2. 3-3.5 starsThis was an enjoyable story. I liked Selena and Jarrod for the most part and their story was good. This is the first story I've read by this author and I liked it well enough that I"d consider trying more of her work in the future.Selena is a TV journalist that is working on getting the anchor spot. Selena grew up in a small town and loved her high school boyfriend (Jarrod) very much but she was tornrn between wanting to achieve her career goals (to be a TV anchor) or stay home and ge [...]

    3. Selena is a well known newscaster on a television channel and she is next in line to become the Anchor, her ambition and ultimate goal! She returns to her small home town fifteen years later as a guest speaker for a community gathering and to spend time with her grandmother (Grandy) at the same time. Jarrod is a firefighter and was Selena's first love before she left town without so much as saying a goodbye or giving an explanation. The first person Selena sets eyes on when she arrives at Grandy [...]

    4. ​​​​​I was in the mood for an impassioned reunion story and "Some Girls Don't" by Amy Andrews fit the bill perfectly. This novella packs a lot of heat and punch into less than 100 pages. The two main characters, rural firefighter Jarrod Weston, and regional TV news reporter Selena Durrum, were madly in love during high school. However, their love was not enough to keep Selena from leaving town and pursuing her dream of being a journalist. At the time, she needed to make a clean break, [...]

    5. Read the full review on Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous.Note: This ebook was provided by Tule Publishing in exchange for an honest review.Bestselling author Amy Andrews's Outback Heat contemporary romance series more than lives up to its title with this second release, Some Girls Don't. This was a second chance love story fifteen years in the making and there was certainly nothing easy about what lead characters Jarrod Weston and Selena Durrum had to overcome in order to finally get their happily-e [...]

    6. This is book 2 in a series. But each book can be read as a stand alone or out of order.Some Girls Don't picks up with baby sister Lacey back in Jumbuck Springs with her protective big brothers - Ethan, Marcus, and Jarrod. Book 2 is Jarrod's story. Back in high school Jarrod and his girlfriend Serena were involved. They just weren't high school sweethearts but next door neighbors as well. But she did a runner on him right as they graduated and Serena never came back to Jumbuck Springs to visit he [...]

    7. Selena Durrum left Jumbuck Springs at 17 to pursue her dream of a career in TV journalism, and she is now very close to achieving her goal. Fifteen years later, raging bushfires bring her back to her home town, and to the man she left behind: Jarrod Weston. Jarrod was Selena’s first love, he has never forgotten her; he still loves her. Jarrod is a firefighter, and it was inevitable that they met againME GIRLS DON’T is an astonishingly well written book! Ms. Andrews conveys the terror of Aust [...]

    8. An awesome read all around. Great writing and the characters are fantastic. I loved the interaction all the characters have with each other. Lots of banter and feeling of family along with great chemistry between Jarrod and Selena.Fifteen years ago Selena Drummond left Jumbuck Springs without a word. Back then Jarrod Weston was a young man in love. Now Selena's back and Jarrod's not that young guy anymore but there is definitely unfinished business between them and they are determined to get eac [...]

    9. The characters of the Weston's along with Selena just cracked me up reading this book :D Childish, petulant and hilarious all throughout :D The chemistry between Selena and Jarrod was just flaming off the charts. The Weston brothers add their own further hilarity and good natured jibes in the story. There are even a couple of heart wrenching teary moments. All made for a wonderful read. I'm so looking forward to Marcus's and Ethan's story further in the series :D4 StarsReview copy received from [...]

    10. First reviewed at Keeper BookshelfSelena was back in Jumbuck Springs. Back in the hometown she ran away from fifteen years ago to chase a dream. She and Jarrod had been so in love and so young. She had a dream and in order to grab that dream she had left his in the dark of night without a word. Now years later, she’s back in town and it’s long past time to make up for the past between them. Jarrod never thought to lay eyes on Selena again. He’d believed that he had moved on, but knew deep [...]

    11. Some Girls Don't is the second in Amy Andrews' Outback Heat series, and while it works in well with the other books in the series, it stands alone nicely too. This book took a little while to grow on me but the more I read, the more it picked up steam. There were a few things that didn't resonate right away. Firstly, there was the mismatch between the cover and the description of the lead characters. Selena is supposed to be ash blond and Jarrod is supposed to be a fair-skinned redhead. Secondly [...]

    12. This is the second book in the Outback Heat series by this author. This story has the youngest of the Weston brothers, Jarrod. He's a fireman in Jumbuck Springs, the town he grew up in. As a teenager he fell in love with the girl next door, Selena, but she ran away to become a familiar face on the television news reports and hasn't been back home for fifteen years. Now she's returning to give a speech at the town's celebrations, she'll only be there for three days - will their love still be as h [...]

    13. Selena has come home for three days at her Grandy's request, she will speak at the school and then head out, well that was the plan until she walked through the gate at grandys and saw her high school love and knew that was not going to work. Jarrod was surprised when he turned around and saw Selena walk into her grandys yard, a face he was hoping to see 15 years walk through that gate but now he's not really sure this is what he had in mind. When a fire breaks out now he has other things to wor [...]

    14. Some Girls Don't (Outback Heat Book 2) is the follow up to Some Girls Do. I really like this series by Amy Andrews. This is truly a prime example of the saying - You never get over your first love. It has taken fifteen years for Jarrod and Selena to finally be ready to handle the love that they had in high school. Yes, it ended very poorly on Selena’s part. However, they are much more able to handle it now as adults. The Weston siblings continue to provide the comic relief needed in the story. [...]

    15. Fifteen years ago, Selena Durrum left Jumbuck Springs without saying a word to her boyfriend Jarrod Weston. All those years Jarrod wondered what happened to make Selena run without saying goodbye.Selena's career as a news reporter made her a celebrity in her town. She has returned to Jumbuck Springs as a guest speaker at a dinner. But she also has unfinished business with Jarrod that she needs to tend to before she leaves again. Four weeks later, a massive bushfire breaks out and Selena returns [...]

    16. The only thing wrong was that it ended. But luckily there is a book 3 in this series. The first book in this series was more on the light, funny side of romances, this one is far more serious and deals with choices, the making of them, the sticking to them, the consequences of them and the making of new ones, all in the skope of 133 pages. Was it too short, maybe, because I wanted to know how they manage with their newly made choices, but an epilogue would have done the trick. It was very good r [...]

    17. I love Amy Andrews. I really do. I love her heroes she creates. (and heroines toobut you and I know it's all about the man-candy. *cheeky grin* ) I love Jarrod, the big, strong, sexy, firefighter, solid, buff, honorable, family-comes-first kind of guy. Can you imagine this big handsome man so in love with you he waits for your return? Well Selina has that (I am so jealous of a character in a book). She left him and the town 15 years ago. She was so in love with him, she was afraid she would get [...]

    18. This is a wonderful contemporary romance that I just loved. This is the second stand alone novel in the Outback Heat series and features Selena and Jarrod. They were high school sweethearts until Selena snuck away one night to go to the big city and follow her dream of a career in broadcast journalism. Jarrod is left behind without even a goodbye, let alone an explanation.Years later, Selena returns home to give a speech and tries desperately to avoid Jarrod and deny the attraction that keeps pu [...]

    19. ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.In this second installment of the Steamy Outback Heat series we get to fall in love with Jarrod Weston. The sexy fireman brother who fell in love 15 years ago and hasn't fallen back out. Selena left home 15 years ago and hasn't been back since. When she gets ask to make a speech for the town she is hesitant to come home knowing that she might have to face her still strong feelings for enigmatic firefighter. Love is easy to come to these t [...]

    20. Selena Durrum left Jumbuck Springs fifteen years ago to pursue her career. She's back to be aspecial guest speaker at her school's celebration. She's leary about her visit. Selena doesn't want to see Jarrod Weston. He was her first and only love. Their attraction had always been scorching, but she didn't want to give up her dreams. So she ran away without telling him but she never forgot him. Do they get a second chance? This is a sexy and sassy romance that had me falling in love with Jarrod. H [...]

    21. Sometimes in life you lose track of what is important in a drive for our dreams and lose the most important thing, while our faithfully supporters in life are trying to protecting us, make the loss worse, as they are encouraging us to pursue our dreams.The story of Jarrod and Selena is exactly this scenario, as Selena is chasing her dreams when they are almost grabbed away and the little faith she has in Jarrod to support her when they are younger. Sometimes we are to young to be mature. They re [...]

    22. After reading Some Girls Do I was in love with the Weston boys and couldn't wait for their turn. Getting a copy of Some Girls Don't was awesome. Jarrod has been living in town all of his life. His two brothers, they have gone and come back as had his sister. He's been happy being there except there has always been something missing. Selena. Selena left as soon as she could. She had her reasons but 15 years later seeing Jarrod again, some of those reasons just do not feel like they matter as much [...]

    23. Selena Durrum left jumpback Springs fifteen years ago to pursue her dream of becoming an anchor on the news. She also left Jarod Weston, the boy she loved, without an explanation. Jarod never moved on from his deep love for Selena but there was now a thick wall between them where he kept his cracked and broken heart. Seeing her when she returns to Jumpback Springs for a three day stay, he knows he is still in love with her but there seems no way either of them can find a way to resolve things. Y [...]

    24. This is the second book it the Outback Heat Series, it is the youngest Weston brother Jarrod's story. Jarrod is a fireman but not all the heat in this book is caused by the bushfires, and the smoke from the fires is not the only reason your eyes are watering. To me the best books are the ones that have me reaching for the tissues, and this one does that. Selena and Jarrods's characters are real well written, we get to fell their feelings and know what makes them tick. Both books of the Outback H [...]

    25. Jarrod and Selena have many things in common. They both are dedicated to their careers. Selena is a reporter on the verge of making it big. Jarrod is a firefighter that thrives on the excitement. Have unsettled issues with how their past relationship worked out and are still as combustible years later. Some Girl's Don' t by Amy Andrews is a flammable read about facing the past and taking steps to build a stronger future. Pride before ego does not a relationship make. The good, the bad and the na [...]

    26. This book is short but packs allot of punch and it is just what i expect to get from such an amazing author as Amy Andrews, I Have loved her books for years now and nothing has changed i am still a huge fan.This book as well as the story had just the right amount of angst, heat and LOL moments which too me always makes the book even better for me as humour lightens things up. The only little nit pick I would have for book is it ends abruptly.As always I Love this Author and no I will read more a [...]

    27. I enjoyed this second book in the Outback Heat series. Selena fell in love with Jarrod when she was a teenager and 15 years later when they meet again, she still feels that pull of attraction towards him. Things did not end well between them because of Selena and her goals in life. Will this second time around be any different or is their love destined to go up in flames?I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

    28. Read/review for Tule and author for a honest opinionBook two in the Outback Heat series. Jarrod and Selena's story. A bittersweet story that pulled me in from the first page. I loved the setting and characters. Unfinished business between characters.

    29. Some Girls Don't by Amy Andrews is a nice romance story but with a lot of surprises a long the way. It's part of a series but can very easily be read as a stand-alone. It's packing a lot of heat in more than one way. It's well written and it was a good read.

    30. Start with book 1 to fully appreciate all the secondary characters in this book. The Weston siblings have great stories. Selena and Jarod have a rocky history. Some Girls Don't captures their love story. I can't wait for the rest of this series.

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