Here, There and Everywhere is the seventh book in the Butler, Vermont series by Marie Force. It tells the story of Gertie Butterfield and her husband Jack, who are forced to relocate to Butler after a family tragedy. While they are initially reluctant to make new friends in their small town, they soon find themselves getting drawn into the community. They also rekindle their romance with each other and fall deeper in love than ever before.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who enjoy romance novels. It tells the story of a couple falling in love and becoming more connected to their community.
- The characters are relatable and likable
- The romance is swoon-worthy
- The story is well written and engaging
- The book is too sappy
- It’s unrealistic
- The characters are one-dimensional
Learn more about the author
Marie Force is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than fifty books, including the Butler, Vermont series. She is a five-time nominee for the Romance Writers of America’s RITA award, and her novels have been translated into twenty-four languages. Her latest book is entitled Here There and Everywhere.
“Marie Force is an amazing author who always knows how to tug at my heartstrings with her stories. This book was no exception – I loved Gertie and Jack’s story, and could not put it down.”
“This book is charming and heartwarming, with a good dose of suspense to keep things interesting. Force does an excellent job creating likable characters who feel like people you might know in your own life.”
“Here, There and Everywhere is a wonderful addition to the Butler, Vermont series. Gertie and Jack are perfect for each other, and I fell in love with them both. The romance is sweet but steamy, and the characters feel like real people that I quickly grew attached to. Marie Force has done it again!”
“Marie Force has a wonderful way of writing stories that touch your heart. This book is no exception. I loved the characters and was rooting for them from beginning to end.”