Just Come Over

Just Come Over

Rhys Fletcher is not in love with his sister-in-law. That would be a very, very bad idea, and he doesn?t entertain bad ideas. He also doesn?t lie to himself. Both of those things can?t be true, so he?ll do what he?s done since the long-ago night when his brother, Dylan, turned up in an Auckland bar after a brutal rugby match between their two teams, and introduced his new Rhys Fletcher is not in love with his sister-in-law. That would be a very, very bad idea, and he doesn?...

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Title:Just Come Over
Author:Rosalind James
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B07JH4DD3S
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:475 pages pages

Just Come Over Reviews

  • Paula
    Jan 12, 2019
    This series gets better & better I loved this book. The children's characters drew me in from the start & I appreciated how the ends aren't all tidy, that there isn't the obvious plot to resolve those ends. My only wish was to see more of the previous characters! ...
  • Mia
    Jan 20, 2019
    Yet another wonderful escape to En Zed with a hot rugby player!! This is the 12th book in the wonderful Escape to New Zealand series by Rosalind James. Although this is the twelfth book in a series, this book just like all of the others in the series can be read as a stand alone. ...
  • MB (What she read)
    Jan 23, 2019
    Much enjoyed. I particularly appreciated the well-written kid characters. And Rhys coping with his daughter as a new dad was very well done. PSA: Rosalind James books are available on Kindle Unlimited. They are far above the usual quality of romances found there. Hers are one of my ...
  • Monique
    Jan 14, 2019
    Review written: January 18, 2019 Star Rating: ???? Heat Rating: ????? James' Escape to New Zealand books are why I love her so much and why I now read several of her series. It is the New Zealand/rugby books that continue to amaze me and Just Come Over was an abs...
  • Bungluna
    Jan 12, 2019
    This latest addition the the Escape to New Zealand series can be read as a stand-alone. Rhys Fletcher felt an instant attraction to his younger brother's girlfriend ten years ago when he first met her. As an honorable man he immediately distanced himself from her, which Zora and he...
  • Lynn
    Jan 13, 2019
    Instant re-read! To say I love this book is an understatement. I was looking for the option to give it six stars! This is an in-depth, full length book with characters that will pull you in and a storyline that has drama, conflict, and characters that are well developed. It?s also...
  • Su Maneck
    Jan 12, 2019
    What a terrific story. The characters were well-written, extremely likable, and, well, interesting. Lots of unexpected things happening (don't want to give out spoilers), and a good job of resolving the conflicts. I particularly loved Casey Moana, a very bright six-year-old, as well as...
  • Alison
    Jan 15, 2019
    Absolutely perfect. I loved reading the early chapters as part of Rosalind James' newsletter and the book lived up to my expectations. Zora Fletcher is a widow with an eight year old son called Isaiah. Her husband Dylan was a rugby player who played for the Auckland Blues. One day h...
  • Kimberly
    Jan 13, 2019
    Rosalind James does it again with this latest Escape to New Zealand and as the series grows, the stories grow more complex and heartwarming. This time we meet Rhys Fletcher, former All Black and new coach of the Blues who expects changes in his life after returning from playing abroad?...
  • Laura
    Feb 06, 2019
    Rhys Fletcher returns home to coach rugby. He bumps into his sister-in-law, Zora and her son, Isaiah in the store and he realizes that his deceased brother, did not leave them prepared to live on their own. Rhys doesn't know how he is going to continue to be in Zora's life without her ...
  • Lea
    Jan 14, 2019
    I love Rosalind James? work, I have read everything she has published. I have to admit, I was concerned about this one, the way the relationships interconnected, the histories involved?.I needn?t have worried. This was an amazing book! I absolutely adored Rhys, he was everything ...
  • Erin Lewis
    Jan 08, 2019
    5 Star Review of Just Come Over (Escape to New Zealand #12) by Rosalind James What an emotional story. Zora is the one who got away from Rhys Fletcher; in fact she married his brother Dylan. As with previous books I have read from Rosalind James, this book was well written with ...
  • Procyon
    Jan 12, 2019
    Have to say, this is one the best books yet in one of the best long-running sports-romance series. Premise in a nutshell: Stoical, self-disciplined, controlled Auckland rugby coach Rhys Fletcher has his life turned upside down when he finds himself -- thanks to his late brother?s ...
  • Penny Dellarocco
    Jan 15, 2019
    Just Come Over - #12 - yes 12! of the Escape to New Zealand Series. You would think by #12 that these would start to seem formulaic, but absolutely not. I love the premise of this one and I think it's one of the more complex storylines to date. Rhys, former rugby player now coach of th...
  • El
    Mar 12, 2019
    This series is amazing. Can't recommend it enough. And I loved this book so much. My heart felt so full after finishing this one. I want to read about the men on the All Blacks forever. ...
  • Lia Rensin
    Jan 13, 2019
    I loved, loved, loved this book. Rosalind James is a master story-teller - each book she writes is fresh, creative, well written, and has depth of character that always draws you in. She?s also a master at interweaving intergenerational families into the story. This can be tricky, bu...
  • Leslie
    Feb 19, 2019
    Let me say that none of the Escape to New Zealand books are ever duplicating any story lines. And this one about Rhys and Zora is packed full of ?oh no, this can?t be happening? moments. This story is full of hope, tragedy, heartbreak, tenderness, fun, kindness, and love beyon...
  • SandyL
    Apr 06, 2019
    Loved, loved, loved this book - it's my favorite of the series! Zora Fletcher and her son are struggling to make ends meet since her husband died. She's surprised when they literally run into his brother, Rhys Fletcher, in a store parking lot. Rhys has lusted after Zora ever since he m...
  • Melodie
    Jan 28, 2019
    Rosalind James has outdone herself in Just Come Over (Escape to New Zealand Book). The book is one filled with warmth, love and tenderness before culminating with an exciting penultimate passage and then the climatic finish that brought tears to my eyes more than once. James has always...
  • Jacky
    Jan 13, 2019
    I love to Escape to New Zealand. In some series, with each book you read, it seems like you are rehashing the same story. Not with these books. Just Come Over can be read as a standalone. The only things it has in common with the other books in the series are being New Zealand base...
  • Maggie
    Jan 17, 2019
    Just Come Over is book #12 in Rosalind James' Escape to New Zealand series. But it can easily be read as a stand alone novel with no loss of understanding as to what's going on. Rhys Fletcher is a rugby player turned coach who has just returned to Auckland to settle down in a new h...
  • Elizabeth
    Jan 12, 2019
    With most authors, I?d be concerned going into the 12th book of a series. I?d be worried that the story would be more of the same or the cast too large and complicated to follow. With Ms James and Just Come Over, I was excited to revisit New Zealand and the rugby playing leading ...
  • ~nikki the recovering book addict
    Jan 15, 2019
    4.5 stars I like that Rhys is a man with great character and regardless of his past, he?s grown to be a man of his word and always steps up. I didn?t like that Zora was a little bit of a damsel in distress. I wish she was stronger, much like Casey is. But she wasn?t much of a ...
  • Sherri Romero
    Jan 14, 2019
    Lovely, just lovely! Ms. James has outdone herself on this one. A new angle on the plot, lovely characters, enough angst to make it interesting, and wonderful romance. A great trip back to En Zed and a reunion with old friends. I think this one is one of the top two on my list. T...
  • Midwest Reader
    May 14, 2019
    Just Come Over is the 12th book in Rosalind James?s Escape to New Zealand series and like the others it is completely stand alone. I loved this book and would heartily recommend it, even if you weren?t particular looking for a romance book. James?s skills as a writer continue to ...
  • B.
    Jan 09, 2019
    Rosalind James has added another winner to her New Zealand rugby romances. This is one of my favorites due to the two adorable, brave, and vulnerable children who are almost the real stars of the novel. Rhys Fletcher recognized instantly that he was deeply attracted to his younger b...
  • Natalie
    Mar 08, 2019
    4-4.5 stars. This book is really long, and it took me a while to get past the slow beginning (I think at almost 30%, the main characters had only gone through like 2 days where they had minimal interaction lol), but the length of the novel worked out in the end. It allowed the characte...
  • Sally
    Apr 25, 2019
    Ok, this is gonna turn into a long rant... So, i had 2 problems with this book: 1) I don?t mind that the Rhys and Zora ended up together even if Rhys is Dylan?s brother... but what did bother me very much was the fact that the author made it sound like these two were meant for ea...
  • Susan Page
    Jan 06, 2019
    Oh my goodness, what a powerful story! Extremely emotional and very exciting in places. The two children in the story, Casey and Isaiah are very finely drawn, delightful children who take everything quite literally. When Rhys has to break the news to Zora and the children that there is...
  • Anna
    May 03, 2019
    What a great book. Sin, shame... where is a line between this and your true love, between loyalty and desire? Where is family's members involved. Strong characters, beautifully written new Zealand's myths, interesting plot... I liked heroine: amazing mother, strong woman, caring pe...