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Eight years later, Evie has built a comfortable life for herself. She's not wealthy by any stretch, but she has things that make her happy, jobs that support her, friends who will do anything for her because of who Evie is. She has a giving spirit, and so long as you don't give her reason to doubt you, she'd give you the shirt off her back if she thought you needed it. She's really a beautiful person, both inside and out. She's never really allowed any guys into her life, mostly because they weren't Leo, even long after she'd accepted that Leo threw her away as everyone else in her early life had done.
But she notices some guy stalking her. She doesn't really get a creepy vibe from him, but she knows he's been following her. Finally, she confronts him about his poor stalker skills and they strike up a friendship, despite the fact that Jake has told her Leo sent him to check up on her and that he died in a car crash. It really becomes much more than a friendship pretty quickly, but there are so many secrets about Jake. Evie is certain there's more to him, but she doesn't want to push and possibly rock the boat of their tenuous new relationship. But those secrets can't stay secret forever, especially when people keep saying things and doing things to make her doubt him.
My heart broke for Evie a few times in the book. Sometimes I wanted to shake her and make her settle down to really think about things that happened. At the same time, I could understand her so quickly accepting that she doesn't mean so much to him, that he can't possibly mean the things he says. She had such a crappy childhood. When the truth comes out, I was very happy with how things were handled by by parties. And the epilogue was precious.
I loved the flashbacks, getting to know Evie and Leo, and the beginning of their love. I was frustrated at the beginning, with the writing- there was a little too much inner dialogue and getting descriptions of everything Evie was doing seemed a little unnecessary.
There was some angst and misunderstandings. Things with Jake moved along really quickly, but sometimes that just happens. (And once you "know" you understand why.) He was really intense at times, and I wanted him to just get things out in the open!
I did wake up this morning with puffy eyes, thanks to the ending and the epilogue.
I loved Evie. Even coming from a past of nothing but heartache and disappointment, she was always hopeful and truly happy with the little things in life. We can all take a page out of her book - I know I could. Not to give anything away (OH, how I hate that!) but there were moments of "What?", "Really?" and "I can't believe that." But that was easy to get past and overlook.
I gave Leo 4 stars - it was a quick read (which also has its perks) but also there were those unbelievable moments. As much as I loved this book, I loved Archer's Voice and Kyland that much more. ❤️❤️ I look forward to reading Leo's Chance.
Like a lion Leo is loyal & fierce, but who is this Jake that shows up following Evie around....and why does Evie feel such a connection with someone who was basically stalking her?! Our souls always recognize kindred spirits~ never doubt it!
This book will take you through a storm of emotions, Mia doesn't simply write a story she brings it to life so the reader actually lives the story!
This is another MUST read, just like Archer's Voice, Kyland and all of her other books! You just can't go wrong!
My biggest issue was the repetitive reference to Evie showering, lotioning herself up, and what she was putting on to wear, it took me out of the story every time. Maybe it was meant to be foreshadowing of Jake's issue but that was already done in another way that made sense. The first time was fine, maybe a little unnecessary but, as she was getting ready for a first date, understandable. After that it became an annoyance.
Overall, good book, I recommend reading it and I am going to read Leo's Chance, the follow-up from Leo's perspective. If you want the best Mia Sheridan out there right now (I'm hearing amazing things about her next book), buy Archer's Voice, 5 stars and Stinger is also a solid 4.5.