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This stand-alone has an interesting storyline with an excellent ending and HEA.
Easy to follow. Believable characters with distinct personalities and strength. No drag-you-down drama. Informative and entertaining dialogue.
A woman who knew what she wanted was one thing, but pursuing a man with teeth and claws extended and a rope in hand was quite another. What ever happened to strong women that allowed their men to be stronger?
“Hey! I’m not the one who moved to California,” he reminded her.
"I didn’t move here to get away from Mother. That was a bonus.” She smiled smugly.
"I’m going to tell her you said that,” he threatened, and pulled his cell phone from his back pocket.
She laughed and shook her head, unafraid as ever. “No you won’t. Cause then she’ll know where you are.”
“If your music doesn’t pan out, I’m sure you’ll have a bright future in comedy. You should take your routine to the Standup Club downtown. They have a lot of drive-by shootings.”
New word: Cougaristic
“I don’t think anyone would consider a two year age difference to be cougaristic. It’s not as if I’m a teenager in your Sunday school class.”
"I don’t think that’s a word.”
"Cougaristic? It’s most certainly a word. I just coined it.”
No desire to re-read this book. I am interested in this series and other works by this author.
I enjoyed the details of the "crush" since I plan to visit Napa this fall where I can observe it firsthand.
I enjoyed this book more than any I have read for some time. Yes. There is something I wish the author had done differently. I wish she had made it longer. I didn't want it to end.