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The story of Dani and Linc in Capture was... okay. A damaged, next-door girl with traumatic past and the not-too-cocky-but-still-oh-so-confident movie star with bad past of his own see, really see each other, but can't be together... A story told a million times. Dani is a minor, only 17, while Linc's 22, and while I didn't cheer on their relationship, I was okay with it. But sometimes it felt like both of them were 17, immature and lost kids. Sometimes, on the other side, they were 17 and 22 going on 30... Dani wasn't my favorite person, but I liked some of her sass, and I *tried* to understand her even when I couldn't because I know how, even though you can get over something, you can't forget. Linc was sometimes my favorite, closet nerd book boyfriend, but I couldn't reconcile that part of his character with the alpha he could become (over no reason, what's more). The minus on main characters development is deserved in my opinion, although I have to admit I loved the intricate network of side characters.
Recommended as an okay story, if you like famous-and-cocky-movie-star-falls-in-love-with-a-shy-ish-girl kind of story.
Dani is smart, beautiful, and has a sassy ness to her. However, she has not been able to talk for quite some time after the accident, so her brother in law Jaymeson decides it may help her to do something besides sit around the house and gets her a job and Lincoln's assistant while they are filming a new movie.
This is a great story and helps remind us all that we all have some kind of struggle and we all deal with things differently. That life is not always easy but we are here for a reason and need to make the most of it. As always you can expect some great laughs from this gang. This was a great read I would Highly recommend!!!!
This was a well written and developed story and it was so addicting I could not put it down. I want to read the other books in this series. I do feel like I missed a bit of story line as I did not read the Seaside series first and jumped right into this secondary series, but the story was enjoyable.
PS: It was really fun to read about Oregon as this is my home state. I knew were all the places were and could see them in my minds eye as I read the story. It added greatly to my love of this story (not that that fact as any baring on my review).
In walks Zane with his playboy attitude just looking for somewhere to find some peace and maybe feel like he belongs because he holds a secret that's haunting him and I'm dying for his book to find out what it is.Yes, I need more Zane and it help that he has some kind of ties to our Mafia boys from Eagle Elite.
But the stars of this story are Dani and Linc and I was rooting for them yet skeptical that there was something that was going to throw a wrench in their path that they may not over be able overcome. Let's just say Linc was her savior and her catalyst. Rachel gives us hint here and there of the climactic ending fast approaching but then it hits you smack dab it the face,BAM! and you nearly lose your heart at the revelation of it all and hold your breath praying for their happy ending to become a reality.