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The story was a bit long though and I thought that the antagonist should have been dealt with more forcefully after the 3rd "incident"....you know "three strikes and you're out?!" She was kept around because of some misguided loyalty, an "emotional debt" owed...this antagonist didn't deserve any kindness or leniency...she was immature, nasty, rude, bitchy, and just plain evil....
Although I loved Jeremiah, I blame him for Joci's distress...he should have been more forceful with the antagonist, "put her in her place"...dismissed her...instead she was allowed to get away with TOO much...this frustrated the hell out of me with Jeremiah...
And on top of all that, I felt Jeremiah asked too much of Joci in dealing with that "skank".....I don't know if I would have had the patience Joci had...but I loved these two as a couple and wanted so bad for them to get their HEA...
The heroine, Joci, has major trust issues with men. A slightly older single mom, she has survived her hurtful past with males by developing a seemingly impenetrable shell. Until she meets Jeremiah and sparks fly every which way. As the book goes along, descriptions of their passion turn more and more romantic, protective, and caring. More than that, we begin to see how finding someone who fits perfectly with another––in and out of bed––is a true blessing.
Even though I personally know zilch about the subject, I also found all the scenes about motorcycles really interesting––the how-to’s of fixing these bikes, what it takes to actually run a motorcycle shop, the biker community itself, and the freeing, luscious countryside road trips that they often take.
Warm family relationships make you smile as ex-lovers and ex-spouses show up unexpectedly to create tension and enhance your page turning. Bottom line--I really liked this book!
This story has an interesting idea. Main characters are older with established lives and employment. Life is good, it would be better with the right partner.
Plug and play with okay dialogue.
The personalities are all over the place. They swing between knowing what do and wondering what to do.
Jeremiah, lead male is not a studly, bad-a@@ biker. Just a guy with poor or bad judgment who rides and owns a bike shop.
He has escalating employee problems, refuses to take corrective action. He is stupid enough to have an almost passed-out drunk on the back of his bike. No thought as to balance if she falls or flails around.
Joci, lead female is in her 40's with drag-you-down drama. She claims she is afraid of being hurt emotionally, then has headboard breaking sex with Jeremiah.
No desire to re-read this story. I may be interested in other works.
Remember, this is my personal opinion and does not reflect on the author.
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I purchased Moving to Love by PJ Fiala in February 2017 and received a free copy. This review was given freely.Read more