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“I don’t know what it is about you, but I’ve never found someone that entices me as much as you. You excite both my mind and my body.”
Laurel was about to graduate from MIT and she wanted nothing more than to find a job and move far away. She wanted to escape the nightmare that haunted her, the awful memory of what had happened. She wanted to move forward and forget Chase.
One fateful morning, as she was working on her final project, a very mysterious man, Garrett Andrews, saw Laurel. Besides being impressed by her incredible project, he was even more captivated by her. And that’s when fate stepped in and everything changed for Laurel. She got offered a job in Florida where she ended up moving with her cousin and best friend, Grace.
Garrett couldn’t seem to stay away from Laurel, so he decided to act on his feelings and pursue her. It wasn’t much of a chase, mind you, since Laurel had been completely smitten with him, but she still had her fears and hesitations because of her past. She had trouble trusting people, especially men, but decided to put that behind her and give their relationship a go.
“Do you trust me?”
Things between Garrett and Laurel got HOT…fast. Garrett was very much an alpha male in and outside the bedroom. He was very protective of Laurel especially after finding out about her past. They developed feelings for each other rather quickly and while that usually isn’t a problem for me, I found myself lacking a connection to them in this book. However, that didn’t stop me from reading. Towards the end of Learning to Trust, we got thrown a curve ball which I kind of saw coming, but not completely. Suffice it to say, it increased my interest in the general storyline. I absolutely love it when romance books have suspense in them.
“He feels responsible for what happened.”
Book two, Learning to Let Go, picked up exactly where book one ended. Here, we got taken through a journey of recovery, in more ways than one. We also got to see more about Garrett’s past and his inner demons that drove him on a daily basis. There was more suspense in this book which was a major plus for me. I had a hard time getting into this series, but during book two, I got hooked. The mystery and secrets kept me reading and wanting to see what would happen.
Garrett and Laurel’s relationship got tested more than once and in many ways they both grew individually and as a couple. They faced several of their fears which in the end only made them stronger. Learning to Let Go ended in a great place, but in one you just knew there was more to their story.
“When you find your forever, there’s no reason to continue looking.”
In Learning to Love Again we got even more secrets and surprises revealed along the way. It was actually a great conclusion to Garett and Laurel’s story, one that kept my interest intact. They both had gone through so much that it was like a breath of fresh air seeing everything come full circle.
I recommend this series to any reader that loves a steamy and sexy romance with a plot full of drama and suspense. I am rating A Learning Series 4 stars because while I had a hard time getting into it, I ended up enjoying it. This, to me, is a series that got better by the book.
“I’d finally learned to love again and I owed it all to my forever love, Laurel.”