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My main problem with it is the drifter hero, who spent his backstory free of attachment, and now he runs around glaring and insulting the Main Character, being generally hostile, manipulative and socially unacceptable, and then grabbing MC for vigorous (but not graphic, thankfully) hate-sex. Suddenly (after the MC deals with her main, unrelated problems) HEA. The MC has a small character arc, in that she only changes a little from the beginning to the end, but that's the focus of the story; Mr. hero has to undergo a huge character change (manipulative, noncommittal, hostile --> honest, generous, devoted) for MC to get her HEA, but it comes off as an abrupt change. Did he start taking a really strong medication or something?
TL;DR: an anti-hero that I had come to understand, if only because I could see how he would sabotage his own happiness, was suddenly possessed by HEA romance gods. I didn't love him (I would have, as a teenager), but he didn't deserve that.
If the other elements of the story were worse, I wouldn't bat an eye at wishful-thinking, bad-boy-turned-good-suddenly author antics, but this was almost a legitimate bit of literature. As it is, it's still a good read, but I won't remember it.
I loved the characters in this book....Holt was so special and dear to my heart I fell in love with him instantly....loved the quotes and illustrations as well....a very good read, very well written with a HEA ending. Loved it☺
Not only did the story flow and keep my interest, so did the characters. There was no point in this story when I felt as though any character lacked depth, feeling, or even a storyline. Everyone had a place and a purpose and added something special. I found myself really rooting for some and really despising others.
At its core, this is a love story. But, it's not your typical and predictable love story. There's something here for everyone...with just the right amount of heat to get your heart racing. I look forward to so much more from this author...she's a great new talent and she can tell a story like few others I've read. Bravo, Aubrey! When's the next one coming out?
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