Often - Danielle Norman


By Danielle Norman

  • Release Date: 2018-05-31
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
Score: 4.5
From 43 Ratings


Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations…

He wore suits and I wore biker boots.
He went to University and I went to Trade school.
He lived in a big home and I lived in a tiny apartment.

When my world was turned upside down, 
he took me in his arms and promised to help me find a new direction.
Now I’ve lost my job, 
been separated from my friends, 
and any day an eviction notice was bound to show up.

Unfortunately, my journey was tougher than he had imagined.
When nothing goes right, look who’s left.


  • I loved Leo and Ian's story!

    By emilyk52281
    "Often" (Iron Orchids Book 4) by Danielle Norman is a great read. I loved Leo and Ian's story. This is a wonderful addition to this series. Packed with humor, passion, close family and friends, entertaining chracters, and more. I can't wait to see what happens next! Highly recommend to all fans of romance, humor, entertaining characters, and series.
  • Great addition to the series

    By Mandymonkey82
    Ian and Leo have been a couple that I wanted to know about since the first book in the series, Enough. The relationship that they have and the progression of the same relationship was of great interest to me and I’m glad that I waited! I have loved all the books in the series so far, but this one is my favorite! The author is very funny and very lighthearted and I can’t wait for Stella’s book! She’s so funny, that she takes off with almost every scene she’s in. Leo is probably the one of the heroines in this series that has had the most difficulties; that I really wish that I had seen more of them resolved. However, it makes a great summer read and it’s very easy on the emotions which is a great departure from all of the wannabe tearjerker authors who think they’re Nicholas Sparks! Danielle rocks! And, NO! We are not a gang!!
  • 4 Stars!

    By tlrosado
    This was a great addition to the Iron Orchids series featuring Leo (female) and Ian. From the start of the prologue until the end, I was entertained. As a slow burn romance lover, I surprisingly liked that the romance moved forward kind of quickly and allowed for a fun mystery. The mystery was my hook and while I was intrigued, I was also just as frustrated as Leo with all of the suspicions pointing to her involvement. It was a nice chance that the story conflict laid mostly on the mystery, rather than between Ian and Leo. While I loved Ian, I struggled with Leo's personality. She wasn't dynamic enough as a main character to stand out among the secondary characters. Regardless of their smaller roles, I felt like the more lively Iron Orchids, Ian and his family members often outshined Leo. Overall, I was kept entertained by the mystery and Ian's swoon-worthy hero. (This is my voluntary and unbiased review of an advanced copy of Often.)