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In Cutters, Libby has kept Aiden out of her life after becoming pregnant and Aiden lets her go, but in Binding Arbitration, Libby needs Aiden's DNA to save their son's diseased life. Aiden has never been able to forget Libby, but is still mad at her for disappearing on him and never revealing that she kept their baby. Now that she is back in his life, he realizes there has never been anyone else for him but her, but convincing her of that seems impossible.
There is so much to this story: the profound quotes at the beginning of each chapter, the cycle of fathers abandoning their children, forgiveness and blame, the disease of leukemia, family expectations, death and anger, angels and God, all coming together to define LOVE. It speaks to the reader on so many different levels and shouts at you to re-evaluate your own life and relationships.
I must confess, though, that as a mother of a six year old myself, I could not bring myself to do more than skim many of the chapters in the end. As I have said before, I read to experience other's happiness and adventure and avoid stories that make me cry, and this story was a little too close to my own life for comfort. The product description does advise that Libby's son has leukemia and the disease is dealt with in a knowledgeable and sensitive way, but it is still a disease that ravages a (small) person's body and I guess I didn't think it was going to be a central theme of the story like it was. So, what I am saying is "This story will make you cry!"
Elizabeth Marx's gritty writing was a pleasant surprise to me in Cutter's Vs Jocks and a powerful depiction of love and forgiveness in Binding Arbitration. I would love to read Olivia and Avery's story or what happened with Tony and Evita(cough Mrs. Marx, cough).
Marx's works include profanity and sex and there are some editing problems such as missing words, misspelled words and incorrect words such as "it" for "is". I do not take off stars for bad editing, just warning those who are OCD about this.
Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (2.99)
Would I read it again? Maybe
Would I recommend it to friends? YES
The characters came alive for me, I felt their emotions. Some I wanted to hate and do bodily harm or just smack real hard. l liked how the author wrote about the children; a little sassy but respectful. I cried at the sad parts and laughed out loud at the funny parts.
I recommend this book, 'a must read'.
This story had laughs, tears, and good old fashion sex mixed together to create an excellent escape from life.
I was sorry to get to the end of this series.
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