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So, I liked that break from typical "protect the girl" stories. But here's another good break, too... the hero isn't your typical "gruff, standoffish, broken and "sex-with-Aeli-is-all-that's-needed-to-heal-him" guy. Pat is a cop with an abusive, psychotic ex who destroyed his heart and spirit for joy so badly that his boss SENDS him on vacation and tries to play matchmaker with his niece (our heroine) because she could be good for him. I love the way this story was woven. I love the redemption aspect, too, that had nothing to do with Aeli and Pat's relationship. It was an additional thread that made this story difficult to put down.
I also have to say, the author did a spectacular job describing the town Aeli lives in, Northstar, Montana. If this place is real, then it's where I want to live. I mean... everything is gorgeous, rich, pristine... the town and people came so alive for me that they felt like another character in the story. Next to Aeli, Pat, June and Luke, the setting was my favorite character. The author did a great job fleshing out the details of the characters, their thoughts, their backgrounds, the setting... it made such a fantastic story.
There were some editing issues; I mostly noticed missing words and a couple of misspellings. But they didn't take away from the story for me. The odd name of the main character was more distracting; as I read I called her Allisem. Like Allison, with an "em" at the end. Not sure if that's right but it was the best I could do. It doesn't roll off the tongue very well, and was chopping up the story in a way that kept distracting me. But this character was different from so many other characters that I've read about... I get that the author wanted to honor her with a unique name.
The one thing that bothered me after it ended: *SPOILER ALERT* Nothing was ever mentioned about JP and the "plans" he had for "the girl who dumped him." Plans that may have involved her son? And I thought I remembered the author calling him Jake at one point, but then he was JP? That's the only loose end that wasn't tied up for me.
Pat is trying to get over a bad breakup and Aeli is trying to get over almost being raped by her boyfriend.
Getting to know each other and learning the ways of the little mountain town is getting back to his old self. He tries not to fall for Aeli but it is just natural that he does. They go hiking in the mountains and riding dirt bikes and horses as Aeli shows him her wild side. She is falling for him as she is trying to get over being fearful for her life.
This is a wonderful story of two people who need each other to help get back to living again. Suzie is a new author to me but am planning on reading more of works. I enjoy her attention to being able to make you laugh at the tale as well as shedding a few tears. I will be rereading this story in my head as I lay down to rest tonight. Should bring me sweet dreams.