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Lindsey and David make a good pair as far as I was concerned. She- like so many other career oriented women- are too wrapped up in their career's to focus on their personal lives. It sounds like that may have been the case with David, too. Neither one of these two made boat loads of money, nor were they famous, but they were very successful in their jobs- and most importantly...they enjoyed doing what they were doing. And that to me; is the most important thing.
I personally loved this book from beginning to end. We got a quick glimpse of the people we've come to know and love in the last few books. I love this big boisterous Lathem family. Some may have made billions, and some of them are famous in their own right, but rich or poor, famous or not, they all have big loving hearts when it comes to their family, their friends, and even a few strangers along the way. Heck... just take a look at what they were willing to do for Lou and her father. And most of all... there is not one person in that family who treats those less fortunate any different, than they do with those people who are well off.
Would I recommend this book? Yes, I certainly would. I'd also recommend all the other books in this series, too.
Again, I cannot wait for the next two AJ is working on!
It did not complete take away from the overall story, but it left me wanting more. Maybe that was what the writer was trying to achieve. I don't know.
I understand that was a big part of the story, but it would have been nice to spend a little more time with David and Lindsey after the lightbulb came on for him.