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I loved both characters, but I loved Ethan just a little bit more than Leeanne. He is this super sweet guy who just had the bad surprise of a lifetime. Your dad in bed with your girl? Um, yeah. Bad on so many levels, ya know? But in that happening he is forced to re-evaluate some things. And you really see him change. He becomes stronger and more confident, and he's just an all around great guy. And he has to work to get Leeanne's attention. He does a great job, for sure.
As for Leeanne. She's had a rough go of it and kind of in this keep your head down and get through the storm phase in her life. It's perfect timing for her, I think, for Ethan to come around. He is funny and romantic and seductive, and she needs that positive energy. To me, it seems like she is the type of girl who can get stuck in her own head a little too easily if she's left alone to do that. I could relate to that, for sure! So when she starts smiling in earnest, I'm super happy for her.
This is a good romance story. It's kind of like a breath of fresh air. I don't know - maybe it's the Grove. I just feel so connected to this little town, I feel like I can almost see it on a map with all of it's shops and streets and different locations from the series. So any time Staab gives us more characters to experience, it only enhances my view of the town as a whole.
I strongly urge you to pick up this series. Start with book one. There are some very delicate issues handled in the books - all of them really. But what I love is the finesse that Staab delivers these issues. She doesn't beat you over the head with what could be a controversial subject, but handles it in such a way that you don't even realize how smooth she really is. I appreciate that. I don't want to read a romance that is grandstanding on this issue or that. I want to read a story where the issue is just a part of life, and the characters deal with it in a way that seems natural for them to handle it.
Through Ethan, Leeanne, AJ, Hayden, Dante, Michelle, Jake and Cassie you see how truly wonderful Staab's world-building skills are. You are doing yourself a disservice if you don't pick up this series.