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Creed might have played it easy before, but once he's had a night with Truly, he's back for more. He's rough around the edges, gruff and not much on words, but he's the type of hero that, when he falls, he's all in and doesn't even try to fight it. He might not understand it, but he's loving how it feels to be with a girl who makes him want to be more, to be worthy. He and Truly are so good together, too.
Both are early twenties, both with painful childhoods for one reason or another, and both just a little damaged now and looking for love, a real, true kind of love. Truly has her own issues, and they were sad to read about. I liked her a lot; how strong she was, caring and sweet. Sweet Southern Truly. She doesn't think she deserves love, but she does. They both do.
I think I was most surprised at how romantic this story felt. The intimacy is strong, the romance soft, good-feeling and heartfelt, and that's due to how well the author wrote the characters. They're just very likable, and lovable, nothing fancy about them at all, no big-time jobs, no money to throw around, really just two young people making a hard road in life and trying to do their best.
Other things happen in the book, apparently some unfinished business for Creed from book 1, but it wasn't hard to follow along. I love these Gentry boys now and want to see them all find happiness. Hope Declan gets a book, too. It was probably meant for me to start with book 2. It was just my kind of romance and my type of h/H. Sweet and sexy, with real intimacy and a real feeling of love.
The heroine Truly had her own demons from her past. She and Creed turned out to be perfect for each other. I loved how she was like a balm for his troubled spirit. Gentry cousin Deck (Declan) earned my admiration and respect through his brief involvement in the plot. I hope there is or will be a book about him, too. Now, on to book 3 and Chase's story!
Truly is one of those girls I would love to make my BFF. I would just love to sit and have coffee with her while eating one of her delicious omelets, catching up on the day’s activities.
I loved how these two broken people came to find happiness in each other. There was no fairytale, no billionaire come to wisk the poor girl away. They were just two average people, each having their own awful childhood story to share, that came together. It was simply perfect.
I can’t wait to make my way through the rest of the books in this series, I am in love with the Gentrys!
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