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The reasoning behind my rating compared to what I thought about the previous books in the series was that I felt that the beginning half of the book seemed entirely different than the second half. The beginning half of the book the tension remained high and there was barely a hint of a low note in the story line, then the second half of the book seemed to just go downhill and become too overly chaotic and dramatic. The characters did not seem similar to or relative in either half of the book.
Maybe that's why this book disappointed me. I really like the others that I have read.
With this book I liked that the drama keeping them apart was actually something thoughtful.
You'll see what I mean. No spoilers here.
There is no cheating, another plus.
The repetitiveness of thoughts and emotions at times had me skimming entire paragraphs. I hate that.
Charliee was a virgin. A very interesting virgin. Their first time was not what you would expect. Again, no spoilers.
I recommend this series even if this book wasn't my favorite.
I did however love the whole story itself. The characters were believable, the story itself was really believable, and all the situations that took place in the story were very believable.
I totally loved Hector. He was a very strong character in this book, but he could also be so warm hearted, tender, and a very caring person when he needed to be, too.
Charlee on the other hand, came off as a very vulnerable child like character. She was always ready to run away at the slightest little thing that might go wrong. It seems like she was this way through-out most of this story. Yes...she had been badly hurt years before, but she needed to just get over it and move on.
Maybe that's why I didn't like this story as much as I did the other ones. I'm used to Elizabeth's female character's being so much stronger. All of her other heroine's had major problems of their own to deal with, but none of them sat around feeling sorry for themselves as much as Charlee did. I love my H/H both to be strong willed and ready to take on the world, if need be.
There were a lot of twists and turns in the story, that I really didn't see coming though, and I really like that. A LOT!!
Would I recommend this book? Yes! It may not have been as good as the others this author has written in the past, but it's still a very good read.