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 girlfriend—a dark-eyed, impossibly short, much-too-young girl named Zora.

He’ll lie.

Now, his brother’s gone, and Rhys is back in New Zealand and settling into his new job as the head coach of the Auckland Blues. Surely, being there for Dylan’s widow and their son is the right thing to do. Until he gets a call from his lawyer, and flies to the States to find that handsome, charming, endlessly irresponsible Dylan has left yet another loose end for his big brother to sort out.

This one is six years old. And her birth certificate says she belongs to Rhys.

Title:Just Come Over
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null

    Just Come Over Reviews

  • Erin Lewis

    5 Star Review of Just Come Over (Escape to New Zealand #12) by Rosalind JamesWhat an emotional story. Zora is the one who got away from Rhys Fletcher; in fact she married his brother Dylan. As with pr...

  • Alison

    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....

  • Lynn

    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 story...

  • Elizabeth

    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...

  • ~nikki the recovering book addict

    4.5 starsI 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 ...

  • Lia Rensin

    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 ma...

  • Kimberly

    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 c...

  • SandyL

    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 brot...

  • Natalie

    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 intera...

  • Leslie

    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 sto...