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Out of Nowhere (Middle of Somewhere Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I particularly liked this statement by Rafe: "You were as much in prison as anyone I knew there, Colin. Only you created it for yourself. Your father paced out the cell and your brothers fit the bars and you turned the key in the lock and buried it somewhere only you know. And you stared at Daniel through the bars and cursed him for being able to walk out the door. But he's not the one who did something wrong. All he did was save himself. And you can too. But you have to find that key and unlock the door."
It's clear from the first two books of this series that Parrish likes characters with pretty traumatic histories and heartbreaking loss. It feels a little heavy handed sometimes. These men have had so many bad things happen to them. And then more bad things happen! Yes, they find love, but I'd like a little more sunshine to fall into the rest of their lives. They deserve it. Is there ANY character that's had a healthy, "normal" upbringing and family?
The epilogue in this book was more like an actual epilogue than Middle of Somewhere's, but it was still a little odd. Throw away mention of relationship strain between Colin and Rafe. Weird focus on minor characters (Ginger's boyfriend, Ricky, Brian). Awkward (very) reminder of Leo from the first book. Introduction of a new character (Philip. Why???). It felt like A LOT crammed into a little space. But that's a minor quibble in an overall great book.
Good characters, good stories, good reads. Good voices on the audio books as well. Best $4.00 I've spent in a long time. Now to go get book three and see if it lives up to it's foreshadowing.
I recommend Book 1 and Book 3 of this series.
I hope Roan continues to write this type of story.
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