You're Gonna Love Me by Robin Lee Hatcher

You're Gonna Love Me

Who knew fate could twist a tragedy into a second chance at love?Samantha Winters lives her life the way a good accountant should—measured, deliberate, and safe. After watching her father die in a tragic skiing accident, she decided never to allow risk into her life again. But she didn’t count on falling for Nick Chastain, who embodies everything she doesn’t want in her safely constructed world.Against Samantha’s warnings, Nick plans a da...


Details You're Gonna Love Me

TitleYou're Gonna Love Me
ISBN9780718085971
Author
Release DateDec 12th, 2017
PublisherThomas Nelson
LanguageEnglish
GenreContemporary, Romance, Fiction, Christian Fiction, Christian
Rating

Reviews You're Gonna Love Me

  • Madison
    1970-01-01
    You're Gonna Love Me returns readers to the charming, small country town of Thunder Creek. Farmland, orchards, horses, fresh air and friendship - the charm of the setting seeps from the pages and infuses the story. This is a sweeping and relaxing love story. A story about forgiveness and second chances. A story about facing your fears. A story about finding love in places you least expect it.When Samantha returns to Thunder Creek to care for her ...
  • Maureen Timerman
    1970-01-01
    A return to Thunder Creek Idaho and delightful hints, if you haven’t read You’ll Think of Me, and clues for those that haven’t, but for me I love this place the word pictures offered by the author make it breath taking.Can two broken people that had a relationship put it back together, they end up states away from where they began, and now they end up in the same place at the same time, coincidence?Both characters in this new book need to t...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    1970-01-01
    "Life is full of chaos, no matter how hard you try to keep it in order. You have to live it the best you can."Samantha Winters has been living in fear since losing her father in a skiing accident many years ago. Fear governs her life and has, in part, cost her a wonderful relationship with Nick Chastain. Nick liked living on the edge, kayaking, white water rafting, you name it. It made him happy. But Samantha couldn't deal with it and they broke ...
  • Dee/ bookworm
    1970-01-01
    I wanted to love this book, but about half way though it started to drag. I felt like it went from really good to stagnant. And then it was on hyperdrive, but at that point I had started to loose interest. They went from dating to engaged in three days, Three! And I realize that they dated before, but there was reasons that they ended the relationship and even though they had been around each other I didn't feel like there was a reflectionary tim...
  • Susan K
    1970-01-01
    Romance, clean, Christian faith elementsThis was a beautiful, heart-wrenching story. Samantha and Nick's past relationship that abruptly ended has some unresolved hurts. When Samantha moves to Idaho to help her grandmother recuperate after a bad accident, she and Nick are thrown back in the same sphere with common friends and of course, Nick's part in Samantha's grandmother rescue after an accident.Both Samantha who is still wondering exactly why...
  • Deana Dick
    1970-01-01
    It’s always nice to visit old friends and a beautiful little town tucked away in the mountains. I remember going to Idaho when I was a kid. I never forgot the beautiful scenery and the quaint little towns we drove through. The author has brought those memories back with a delightful story . Sam has everything going for her far away from Idaho. She is a great accountant but I wouldn’t say she is exactly happy. After losing her father in a trag...
  • Nicole
    1970-01-01
    I really wanted to like this book. I enjoyed a western written by the same author years ago, so I wanted to give her a try again.I feel like this is an author who's writing style I have personaly outgrown. It comes across very easy to read, a very simple plot ,and very low on the romance (which is fine if that is what you are looking for). I personally look for writing that draws me in more, a plot with more complex characters, and chemistry you ...
  • Joy
    1970-01-01
    Sam is going home...for a short time.When her Grandmother accidently falls off her horse, Sam races back home to take care of her...and get away from her boss. But she never would have imagined running into Nick again. The last thing she remembered about Nick was that he cared too much about his adventures than her and in the end, that broke her heart. Nick remembers being a jerk to Samantha. Letting her go for the sake of adventure was the dumbe...
  • Karen
    1970-01-01
    What fun to head back to Thunder Creek and catch up with a few friends. I enjoyed Sam and Nick's story and the healing journey they both went on to find their love. God worked through both of them to bring them exactly where He wanted them. I thought it was a sweet story and worth a read. *I received an advanced copy of this book*
  • Kathryn Steffen
    1970-01-01
    I absolutely ADORED this book. I was worried they were going to completely change one or both characters but they both grew and helped each other. It was delightful and fun and I enjoyed every minute.
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    Review to come on Life Fully Booked, will post here when live.
  • Pascale
    1970-01-01
    This moved a little too slowly for me and I had trouble getting into the story. There was too much description, not enough dialogue. I didn't read it to the end. This was the first time I read anything from this author. Not sure if I would give the writer another chance. It's clean but the writing style is a bit boring for me. I got a complimentary copy from NetGalley.
  • JaneReads
    1970-01-01
    This review and more can be found at C Jane Read. This is the first book I’ve ever read by Ms. Hatcher and it will not be the last. I really enjoyed her writing style. I was easily immersed into the setting and quickly connected with the characters. The story focuses on second-chances, facing fears, finding happiness and contentment. Sam comes to Thunder Creek to look after her grandmother as she recovers from a fall and unexpectedly runs into ...
  • Robbie
    1970-01-01
    I love reading a book where you feel as if you are catching up with old friends. Robin Lee Hatcher does a magnificent job of capturing this feeling with her newest work of fiction, You’re Gonna Love Me. A tale about life in Thunder Creek, Idaho, it’s a sequel that acts well as a standalone. (However, I did read the first book, You’ll Think of Me, and I recommend it as well.)I identify with Samantha Winter’s fears having suffered from PTSD...
  • Gloria
    1970-01-01
    This is a sweet story of second chances, one maybe brought about by the hand of God. It is about a relationship that ended on a bad note leaving two people who care about each other feeling hurt.Nick loved the thrill of adventure and high risk until it almost ended his life. Samantha cared about Nick but couldn't handle the fear that she felt when Nick took chances with his life. They broke up with some ugly words spoken. Later, Sam tried to apol...
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    Samantha is not with what is going on in her life right now. She has more questions then she does answers. She is home helping her grandmother after a fall and maybe after some time of relaxing she can find out some answers. But when someone from her past comes back into her life she still ends up wondering whats next in her life. Nick runs into Samantha when he never thought he would see her again. He struggles with telling her the truth that ha...
  • Rebecca
    1970-01-01
    3.5"You don't have to be afraid."Samantha Winters has struggled with debilitating fear since her father died in a tragic skiing accident. It affects every decision she makes and ultimately became the catalyst for ending a relationship with the one man who could have been the love of her life, and her forevermore. Nick Chastain's addiction to adrenaline had been too much for her to handle, and sadly, he had never offered to change. Nick Chastain h...
  • Tima
    1970-01-01
    Samantha needs everything to be perfect and safe. She knows her insecurities stem from the skiing accident that killed her father, but she can't seem to let go of her fears. She even breaks up with a boyfriend because he's too much of a daredevil. When he fails to respond to her apology, she writes him off and moves on. Two years later she temporarily moves to Thunder Creek, Idaho to care for her grandmother. She can't believe it when she meets N...
  • ☘Tara Sheehan☘
    1970-01-01
    Robin Hatcher is the kind of author you can count on to provide clean, refreshing stories that take you away and let you believe that faith can really make a difference for the good.Within the pages you get a fresh, comforting backdrop for her story about love, family, friends, forgiveness, letting go of fears and second chances.Hatcher creates imperfect characters that do realistic things, even if that means making them do something stupid like ...
  • Maria
    1970-01-01
    "Received an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for a fair review"Another story set in the lovely town of Thunder Creek, Idaho.The hero is learning to live with the life-altering effects of a traumatic brain injury and had to change his whole life style and projects, and even who he was, because of it. This was my favorite part of the story, seeing how Nick dealt with his health issues – the memory losses and blank spaces, the anguish and fear ass...
  • Suzie
    1970-01-01
    The last person Samantha Winters expects to come across in her grandmother’s Idaho hospital room is Nick Chastain. They’d ended on bad terms, and he’d ignored her since.Both Sam and Nick must reconcile their pasts in order to look toward their futures. Nick must deal with the fact he has to give up the adrenaline-inducing activities he once loved. Sam has to decide if she’ll continue to allow the tentacles of fear to suffocate her.With pl...
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    I enjoyed this one. It was nice to see two characters that already had history and had split, find a way to make things work this time. I liked Nick, I thought he was an interesting character but his need for thrills would have been a deal breaker for me just like it was for Sam years before. It is hard to see him have to give up such a bit part of his life and personality but every boy does need to grow up and if he wants love and companionship ...
  • Elizabeth
    1970-01-01
    You’re Gonna Love MeBy: Robin Lee HatcherI loved You’re Gonna Love Me by Robin Lee Hatcher. The author did not disappoint. Love the story and the characters, both were well written and well developed. I was hooked from the start and did not want to put it down. This is Samantha and Nick’s story. After Sam’s father died in a skiing accident she does not want to allow risk in her life. Nick loves risk and takes chances. Sam goes to Thunder ...
  • Diana Montgomery
    1970-01-01
    Another great book by Robin Lee Hatcher. I loved this one. The characters are well written. Samantha has been with her employer for years and keeps getting passed over when their is a position opened to move up. Her grandma falls and gets hurt so what a good time to take a leave of absence from her job to help out caring for her. No man in her life or other family her parents are gone now and she still lives in a lot of fear from how her father d...
  • Pam
    1970-01-01
    What a delight to return for a visit to Thunder Creek and touch base with old friends and meet some new ones too! The author’s wonderful descriptions of the area almost makes me want to pack a bag to visit this fictional town. But another visit there through the pages of “You’re Gonna Love Me” will have to do for me.I also loved every page of Sam and Nick’s story – one about forgiveness, second chances and facing your fears. I can abs...
  • Sunnie
    1970-01-01
    This book by Robin Lee Hatcher was so good. A story of Love, trust, forgiveness and faith. I really enjoyed the book and there were no dull moments. The story was well paced and kept my attention.For me it was extra fun that it took place in my neighbor state and mentioned locations in Idaho where I have been and spent time making it even more easy to relate to.It was a sweet and clean romance, and a story of second chances. Although the second b...
  • Amy
    1970-01-01
    This charming, heartwarming story is one of how to overcome your fears. We all have fears and different ranges of how deep those fears affect us. I enjoyed this thought-provoking story, because of how I could relate to the characters. Ms. Hatcher’s tale of these character’s lives was delightful. You’re Gonna Love Me is a romantic story about Samantha and Nick. This story details what occurred in their past and provides the reader with an in...
  • Meagan
    1970-01-01
    "You're Gonna Love Me" is a great read, and another winner from Robin Lee Hatcher.Hatcher does a great job at making both characters relatable. They both have flaws and redeeming qualities. Neither was so self-sufficient or "set in their ways" that their change over the course of the novel wasn't believable . On the contrary -- it was!The gospel message is woven throughout, never feeling preachy but definitely convicting to both the characters an...
  • Joan Arning
    1970-01-01
    Robin Lee Hatcher has written another winner! I have enjoyed this series set in Idaho. When Samantha and Nick end up in the same town a few years after they broke up, she doesn't want much to do with Nick. Samantha, the female protagonist, learns that we have to trust God rather than letting our fears cripple us! Perhaps Nick learns that a bit of caution is sometimes wise too! I recommend You're Gonna Love Me to those who enjoy contemporary ficti...
  • Carol
    1970-01-01
    Robin Lee Hatcher writes another enjoyable book! When Samantha and Nick meet again after a break-up two years before and now they both have decisions to make. Can there be forgiveness and trust? Nick has always been a daredevil and Sam has been fearful ever since her father's skiing accident. Mix in some other interesting characters to help along the way and a beautiful location and you have a good story. Can't wait to read more of Robin's books....