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- Print Length: 369 pages
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- Publication Date: June 22, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B072FH86BC
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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It took me a little while to warm to Dare and Grant. Both of them irritated me in previous books, and I thought that their chemistry was a bit too rough around the edges for my taste. While the chemistry and romance improved though the course of the story, I still didn't quite see the love develop. It was more like strong attraction, as far as I could see.
I'm not a huge fan of kids in romance books, mostly because I know how kids act at certain ages and I get irritated if authors get it wrong, but it wasn't so bad here. However, while Grant showed his softer side well, Dare stole the show with how he acted with his brother. He was supportive and really wonderful.
What irked me throughout the book, however, was Grant's snobby attitude and the back story of Grant's company trying to buy Dare's land. It gave me a feeling of negative tension, and it kept me from being fully invested in the relationship.
All in all, a good story with some high points, but it doesn't compare to the Mas's book for me.
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