Buns (Hudson Valley, #3) by Alice Clayton

Buns (Hudson Valley, #3)

Clara Morgan is living the dream, if you can call rebranding hotels that are desperate for a new life and running any kind of marathon a dream. Which she does. But the career she loves and the endurance races that keep her adrenaline pumping have kept her too busy to put down any roots. Growing up in foster care, she’s never been able to establish traditions of her own, which may be why she’s fascinated by the rituals that generations-old fam...

Details Buns (Hudson Valley, #3)

TitleBuns (Hudson Valley, #3)
Release DateMay 23rd, 2017
PublisherGallery Books
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit

Reviews Buns (Hudson Valley, #3)

  • Patty Belongs To Kellan~Jesse~Lautner~Miller~Jack~Racer~Rafe~Liam~Prince Nicholas~Hayes~Simon~Gianluca & Archer
    *****FOUR STARS*****{ARC Generously Provided by Author}He put his hands on me. He put his lips on me. And it was all I could do to still feel the earth underneath my feet. Because when this man kissed me, I forgot everything. BUNS is the third installment of the Hudson Valley series that centers on the remaining single woman amongst the tight-knit trio of friends in which each story has been focused upon. If you enjoy the ”enemies-to-lovers” ...
  • Christy
    4 stars!!! It’s sticky, it’s messy, it’s sweet, it’s Buns. Alice Clayton is the queen of romantic comedies. The best part about them though? They aren’t just slap stick funny reads, they have heart and emotion as well. I’ve enjoyed every book from her Hudson Valley series, and Buns was no exception! It was sweet, funny, sexy, and had just the right amount of feels!Meet Clara and Archie… “You really are a pain in the ass,” he ...
  • Wendy'sThoughts
    4 Hudson Valley Here I Come Stars* * * * Spoiler Free Reading allows us to go anywhere we want...It can be a real place, an other worldly one...or some place an author has created that becomes so real in the telling...You look on the map expecting it to be there and surprise... it is!Alice Clayton has taken an area and given it exposure a community could only dream of... She has used her talents to showcase the concept of Sustainability in Farm ...
  • Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦
    ➦Raise your hand if you are a fan of buns!➦I am a big fan of those delicious carbs myself. ➦Ok, ok, but how about these?➦*comes back to her review 20 minutes later* Well, that was fun. You can't expect me to google man butt and not spend an obscene amount of time browsing through gifs. Anyway. So this book, right? Doesn't actually have THAT much to do with either of the buns, except may be that the hero does have a yummy behind, but that'...
  • Rachel Reads Ravenously
    4 stars! Clara Morgan makes her living rebranding hotels on the verge of closing. It’s a job she’s wonderful at and it’s given her the stability she never had growing up. Clara is tasked by her boss at a classic hotel in Bailey Falls, The Bryant Mountain House. Upon arrival Clara finds the owner is thrilled to have her there, but his son Archie is not. Clara finds she must prove herself to Archie, that she has the best interest in his hotel...
  • Jacqueline's Reads
    4 Hot Hot Hot Buns StarsBuns is a standalone and is part of the Hudson Valley series. Man, I really wish the cover had Archie’s face because nothing is sexier than a man in glasses, especially tortoise shell ones. Heart Eyes and all.Buns is a bit different from the other books because this one is set up in a hotel. I really liked the new change of scenery. Clara goes to different jobs across the states to give businesses a face lift. She puts c...
  • Pavlina Read more sleep less blog❤❤
    4.5 stars ❤❤❤❤❤Buns is my favorite book in this series!Sweet,funny,intense,romantic, and emotional!I absolutely loved the characters in this one, Archie and Clara were amazing together.The author did a wonderful job with the storyline!These two at the beginning couldn't stand each other,but there are also a sexual tension and soon they can't deny it.Overall,they are a perfect couple with their fair share of challenges.Their romance is s...
  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰
    We're finally back in Upstate New York.After Roxie and Natalie, it's now Clara's time to tell us her story!She's been hired by a soon-to-be-retired Hotel owner to bring his family's luxury resort into the 21st century. They desperately need more guests and lots of updates in all areas of the hotel.But soon-to-be-hotel-boss Archie is not really agreeing with his dad. He doesn't need some city girl to come and change everything he loves about this ...
  • Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth
    NOW LIVE!Review @ Vanilla & Spice Books ✬ ✬ ✬ 4.5 STARS ✬ ✬ ✬Clara is immersed in her job. She lives and breathes it and not much has room beside it except her two best friends who live in a small town called Bailey Falls. Her apartment is a place she sleeps in but it's a bit of a stretch to call it "home". Just as well, because she isn't at home much anyway, her job requires a lot of travelling. She specializes in rebranding and has ...
  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
    4 - 4.5 ★'s“You’re here and I’m here and we’re here and this is so much more than enough because it’s everything.” I love Alice Clayton's stories and especially this series but I was in no way prepared for someone like Archibald Bryant! What a character...and he was described so well, I could almost hear him talking! "Hotel boy" definitely needed a firecracker like "Ms. Bossy". Clara's been assigned to rebrand Bryant Mountain House ...
  • Sabrina
    Get it here:Amazon US * Amazon UKI've enjoyed every book in this series so far and Buns was no different. It was sweet and romantic while still having a little flare of some heat. Seeing Clara completely out of her element was fun because it showed us that she wasn't some unfeeling corporate worker. She and Archie worked very well together because of how different their personalities were and I loved that about them. The only thing I wanted more ...
  • Ginger
    I think out of the three books in the series, I liked this one the most! Archie and Clara were too cute together and great characters. They actually worked as a romantic couple.I enjoyed this more then I thought I would and I'm super tough on contemporary romance books. I typically don't like this genre so by rating this 4 stars, that's a big deal for me.
  • NMmomof4
    **Audiobook Review** 3 StarsOverall Opinion: I thought this was...okay. I was engaged enough to continue on, but I wasn't intrigued enough to want to download the ebooks and read along. I wasn't a huge fan of the h pushing the H away so much. I also think that the it would've benefited the story to have some of Archie's POV. I wasn't satisrified wit the ending either. It had its good moments and was pretty low angst/drama...but just kind of meh ...
  • Sharon
    I love this series so much. I mean it is the perfect romcom that focuses not only on the love story, but also on the protagonist’s internal conflicts and growth, the protagonist’s career, and really, really good friendships. PlotI love this cute, small town and all the cozy descriptions of the scenery, the hotel, and the food. I swear that this whole series has made me hungry just by the descriptions. In addition, I adore the friendships in t...
  • Pam Nelson
    3.5 Buns Stars Hmm Ok I think I wanted to like this story more than I did. I loved Archie, you can’t help but feel for him. And Clara is a likable girl don’t get me wrong. But I think waiting for her to open up just took too long. She expected Archie to just word vomit all his secrets and feelings but she keeps her all bottled up. And believe me I get why, it just kinda of felt like she could have opened up a lot faster than having to wait ti...
  • Obsidian
    Well that was disappointing. I loved the first two books and then the third book in the Hudson Valley Series (Buns) came out and I was so excited. I would finally get to read Clara's story. Unfortunately she never feels like a very developed character and neither does Archie. I think that Clayton was taking big parts of her "Wallbanger" series and jamming them in here. All of a sudden I am supposed to believe that the widower who has never been w...
  • Tanja ~ KT Book Reviews
    One of the most adorkable books in the series thus far! From the get go you are thrust into a meet-cute of epic proportions. Love-hate with a side of good intentions lends itself to making this an un-put-down-able, laugh-out-loud read.Clare is smart, capable, and ready to take on the world of old hotels that need a little oomph! Archie is aged beyond his years and is a pocket protector away from being overly stuck in his ways. The two of them sla...
  • MELISSA *Mel Reader*
    4.5 Stars! Clara Morgan is a single woman who works in Boston & enjoys running marathons. She loves her life & lives for her career. She grew up in foster care & never felt like she belonged anywhere, so she likes to stay too busy to put down roots anywhere. Her job is rebranding hotels that need new life breathed into them. She was recently hired to work on a hotel in upstate New York, & needs to knock it out of the park so she can hopefully mak...
  • Shayna
    I'm SWOONING all over the place! God help me, but Alice Clayton has the MAGIC TOUCH when it comes to emotionally driven romantic comedies! Clara and Archie's story was so full of heart, love, and laughter...I COULD NOT put it down! "You taste incredible. How can you taste this sweet?" I continue to be fascinated with the way that Alice Clayton reels me in and never let's go, even long after the final page has turned. It's her writing style. It's ...
  • Jennifer
    Buns is the third installment in Alice Clayton's humorous adult romance series titled: Hudson Valley. It is my least favorite in this series to date. I found the romantic chemistry between the hero and heroine to be severely lacking; however, I enjoyed how complicated their characters turned out to be...and I absolutely loved the ending. Overall, a likable addition to a fun series. My favorite quote:"Relationships aren't all fun, Bossy, sometimes...
  • AJ
    5 stars!Oh, I love, love, love this book! Smart, funny and gorgeously romantic with wonderful characters, great dynamics and childish (but still very adult) innuendos and humour, it is everything that I love about Alice Clayton. It’s my favourite of the Hudson Valley books and finishes off the series beautifully!Clara is the third in a trio of girlfriends whose stories make up this series. After a difficult childhood, her career is now her life...
  • Bj
    5 "'Hotel Boy' Meets His 'Bossy' Match" Stars!Originally posted at The Reading Alley and The Romance Reviews.A new top-favorite! I absolutely loved the chemistry and witty dialogue between the hero and heroine in Alice Clayton's third Hudson Valley book, Buns! This is a book where the pages practically turned themselves. From the humor (I love Ms. Clayton's ability to use innuendos and plays on words to spice things up) to the romance and even th...
  • Kindling Micky
    5 "Awesome. Incredible. Mind-blowing. Frustrating. Pretentious. Obnoxious. Freckles." StarsBUNS was pure delight from cover to cover with characters who provided immediate connection between them and reader and a hate to something-else connection between themselves. The storyline was just engaging and I bought into it completely.Alice Clayton brought a new friend, Clara 'Ms Morgan' into the scene and she was totally different to Roxie and Natalie...
  • Bianca
    Buns (Hudson Valley #3)Alice Clayton⭐⭐⭐⭐Alice Clayton never cease to be awesome. She works her magic in every book.Clara is workaholic and very good at her job, and recently she got an offer for a promotion if she did well on this last project. Little did she know promotion is the last thing she will be seeing. Archie and his family's hotel had been successful up until their hotel business is not in demand anymore and it is Clara's job to...
  • Lady Heather
    Release Date: May 23, 2017 "I voluntarily read an early copy of this book."
  • Christie«SHBBblogger»
    Title: BunsSeries: Hudson Valley #3Author: Alice ClaytonRelease date: May 23, 2017Cliffhanger: NoHEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]I'm a fairly new fan of Alice Clayton, but judging by what I've read in the Hudson Valley series so far, I can see myself becoming a devoted follower for a long time to come. I'm going to be perfectly honest. In the beginning of this book, I had serious concerns that I could ever root for Archie Bryant. I certainl...
  • Dali
    Alice Clayton adds another delightful read to her collection. Wildly witty and fun, full of heat and heart. The extremely independent, career oriented Clara Morgan has worked hard to earn her success as a hotel consultant specializing in revitalizing old hotels. That’s not to say she comes in tearing down the old to bring in the new. On the contrary, being a foster kid without roots and customs of her own, she’s loves knowing about a hotel...
  • FMABookReviews
    I LOVED THIS BOOK! It was sweet, it was sexy and it was damned good! Chock full of laughs, tender moments and sexy times, ‘Buns’ is my favorite in the series!Alice Clayton NEVER fails to put a smile on my face! Her writing is solid and perfectly paced; not too fast, not too slow. As well, she has perfect comedic timing. Her humor isn’t forced, it just is. But that’s not all, not only are her main characters thoroughly developed, so are he...
  • Hollis
    Skipping the long drawn out quote-filled review to say : thank you. Thank you, BUNS, for making me laugh and love and laugh some more. I can't be sure my slump is gone but damn it felt good to read something in less than a day and enjoy almost every second of it (I didn't like the break up -- but heyyyyo I almost never do -- and it was occasionally repetitive but I'll forgive because Natalie.. even though this was Clara's book. Natalie. that's al...
  • Moon Love
    This book was such a surprise. I know very well how Alice Clayton can mix romance and humor. I've enjoyed it time and time again. I also know she can write emotion. I think I've seen it most in this series. While Nuts and Cream of the Crop had the trifecta, there was just something about this book that got to me. I'm going to have to do some thinking, but I'll be back once I've got my thoughts together. I will say that this was the best book to e...