You're Gonna Love Me (Thunder Creek #2) by Robin Lee Hatcher

You're Gonna Love Me (Thunder Creek #2)

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 (Thunder Creek #2)

TitleYou're Gonna Love Me (Thunder Creek #2)
Release DateDec 12th, 2017
PublisherThomas Nelson
GenreRomance, Christian Fiction, Contemporary, Fiction, Christian, Christian Romance

Reviews You're Gonna Love Me (Thunder Creek #2)

  • Deanne Patterson
    Samantha Winters has a good job as an accountant but the job is no longer satisfying to her, When she receives word her grandmother has been injured in a fall from a horse she takes all her sick days and vacation time from work and uses them to return to Thunder Creek,Idaho to care for her gran. Nothing prepares her for what she sees in her grans' hospital room though. She sees her old flame Nick. They have a romantic past but they broke it off b...
  • Maureen Timerman
    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...
  • Madison
    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 ...
  • Iola
    Samantha Winters broke up with Nick Chastain because he was a professional daredevil, a college professor whose out-of-class adventures mean he’s an adrenaline-seeking modern Indiana Jones. Two years later, she’s back in her home town of Thunder Creek for three months, to help her grandmother recover from a riding accident. Nick is there, working on her brother’s farm. Why?Nick was injured in a white-water rafting accident not long after he...
  • Kav
    "None of us knows what the future holds. Much of what happens in life will never make sense to our mortal minds. But nothing is random or by accident. Our God still reigns, and He still has a plan for every one of us." (p 143)I adore Gran! Love her wisdom and her patience and the way she opens her heart to everyone. She lives her faith, even as she sweetly conspires to see her granddaughter into a happily-ever-after. Gran and her friends may be s...
  • Dee/ bookworm
    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 Snodgrass
    "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 ...
  • Lucinda
    2 1/2 stars. The story was okay, but it had the potential to be so much more. I didn't see any reason to include the grandmother's POV. In a romance, there should have been only Nick's and Sam's.The author has problems with the transitions between chapters. It broke the flow and made the reading harder.I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
  • Kelly Bridgewater
    ou're Gonna Love Me by Robin Lee Hatcher has a gorgeous cover that gripped my attention. I love how the woman is totally focused on the man in the picture, and he leans in capture her gaze. This drew me into the story right away. As for the novel, I knew it was a contemporary romance, so I knew what I was expecting when I picked up the book. I knew I was going to get a quick romance with a lot to tension thrown at the couple as they decide if the...
  • Brittany
    Well, the title promised it…and I did (love this book, that is)! You’re Gonna Love Me is book two in the Thunder Creek series, however, it can be easily be read as a stand alone title.I enjoyed Samantha, Nick, and grandma Ruth so much! This story is a contemporary romance set in a small town, which is truly one of my favorite settings when I read. But, what set this book apart for me was the romantic past that these two characters kept coming...
  • Sarah
    If you enjoy books filled with romance, faith and turning the page, this book is made for you! Told in a Hallmark fashion, you'll fall in love with the story of Samantha & Nick. Their characters are well developed, the backdrop of the story is relaxing and a wonderful pace to help you fall in love. This is by far one of my favorites of Robin Hatchers books. I couldn't put it down until I was finished as I had to know what was happening with these...
  • Haley S
    I have mixed feelings about this book. And unfortunately, they aren’t all good.I guess the first thing I have to say is that I did not like Samantha at all. I didn’t understand her. The reason why is because there was no back story–or not a lot. To me, it seemed as though Samantha was simply scared of everything. I only understood why she didn’t like Nick doing all the things because I read the synopsis above. However, as soon as I starte...
  • Linda Boldt
    How they'd you're gonna love me😩😷😷
  • Angela Bycroft
    There’s nothing like a ‘second chances’ story and Robin Lee Hatcher take that theme and runs with it in this, her new novel You’re Gonna Love Me. Samantha Winter’s leads a predictable, safe and some would argue . . . boring life. She takes no risks and has no desire to change that. Then she met Nick and found her alter ego opposite who laughs danger in the face with a almost devil may care attitude. When he organises what Samantha belie...
  • E-Reader Addict
    This book was a bit of a departure from my normal romance read. I don’t usually go for the Christian romances - mostly because it seems the main point of the book is proselytizing instead of telling a good story first (not that I have anything against proselytizing, it’s just that if I want to learn about Jesus, I’m not gonna go to a romance book for that). Admittedly, it’s been a long time since I read a Christian romance, so I decided t...
  • Nicole
    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 ...
  • Susan K
    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...
  • Melissa
    WHat I liked- This was a sweet clean story with a great message. I liked both characters and the supporting cast was good. You could tell this was a second book but it was its own story. The setting was a really good part of the story. UNfortunately the things I didn't like( which beat the things I did)- I love dialog between characters especially the love interest. These two spent most of the whole book not talking and that drove me crazy. I fel...
  • Kristi
    I liked the first book in this series which also happened to be my first read by this author. I was cautiously optimistic that I would like this book as much as the first. After reading just a few pages though I knew this was a book I was going to enjoy. Robin Lee Hatcher has created a town you can't help but enjoy spending time in. The main focus of this story is Sam and Nick who meet up again unexpectedly in Thunder Creek. Much has happened in ...
  • Becky
    When Sam returns to Thunder Creek to care for her grandmother, the last person she expects to find is her ex-boyfriend Nick. Even more surprising, though, are the changes in Nick. He's kind, considerate of others, and has a growing relationship with Christ.Following a traumatic brain injury, Nick isn't the man he once was. Not only has his second chance at life given him a new appreciation for others and reliance on his faith, but it's also left ...
  • Deana Dick
    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...
  • Laura
    YOU'RE GONNA LOVE ME is Ms. Hatcher's newest romance. Sam is dissatisfied in her life and job, but she is secure and she likes it that way. Unfortunately, she fell in love with a risk taker and he took one too many risks, so they broke up. She couldn't live with the uncertainty. Now, Nick is back. He can no longer work at his structured job at an university due to a brain injury following an accident. He doesn't expect to run into Sam at a hospit...
  • Carol
    You're Gonna Love Me is a story of reunification, acceptance, anguishment, bewilderment, chivalrousness, compassion gentleness and Faithfulness. Nick was in the right place at the right time to call 911 for gran - who was falling off her horse - who is gran you ask? Samantha's gran. Who is Samantha you may ask/ Well you ask good questions - she just happened to be Nicks ex girlfriend who - when they broke up went away - and now when gran got hurt...
  • Terry Houchin
    A heart warming love story.Samantha seems to be a loving, caring kind of person. It is so hard to watch her struggle with her faith. She clings to fear as though that is what sustains her instead of God. Everything has a place and everything has to stay in that place or it sets off alarms in her soul. She is so fearful of the 'what if's' that she isn't living the life God intends her to have.Nick is so broken by his accident that he is afraid to ...
  • Joy
    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...
  • Suzie
    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...
  • Karen
    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
    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
    Hatcher has created a heartwarming romance with a beautifully depicted faith story about healing from brokenness and learning to overcome fear.See full review here:Life Fully Booked Review of You're Gonna Love Me
  • Denise Hershberger
    I really enjoyed the first book in this series, so I was excited for book two. And I think I enjoyed it even more.I really liked how honest Nick is with himself throughout the story. His ability to step back and go through the techniques he knows to help himself through the hard times is impressive. I liked that even though his life changed fairly drastically for him that he still found a way to get back to living.I honestly was annoyed with Sam ...