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Emmy is a firecracker. Her quick wit, dazzling smile and bright eyes light up a room and make the men in that room take notice. She has been hurt by those who should love her unconditionally. She lives life protecting herself and surrounding herself with people who lift her up. She is loyal to a fault and loved by everyone she meets. Inside though, her guilt taunts her and she second guesses the choices she has made.
Caleb and Emmy are two wonderful written characters. They are oil and water, fire and ice and everything naughty and nice. They are both stubborn, extreme in their passion and determined to figure out a way to bury the past as opposed to facing it head on.
Intertwined in this touching love story is a story of two people whose lives were both turned upside down by one person. It is a story of forgiving, friendship, starting over, compromise, family, learning how to let go of the past and live in the present.
The banter between the characters is fun, flirty and frustrating. The emotions are deep and the laughs many. Stolen Course is a fun, fast paced, sexy story.
Regarding the characters, while I understood Caleb's anger, I felt like he held on to it too long. Also he owed one of the characters something and was disappointed that he never gave it to him/her. ( I am trying to avoid giving spoilers which is why I am being vague). To be honest, I always prefer my heroes to love the heroines more than they did anyone else in their lives, including former/deceased girlfriends and wives. That was not the case in this story. I felt like he loved both his deceased wife and the heroine equally. Emma the heroine was understanding about this including what was on his body. Again, being vague. I would not be so understanding, it would bother me.
I thought Emma was a very likable and balanced person. To use a Goldilocks and 3 bears reference, she is just right. She is beautiful but she is not vain. By the same token, does not have a low self esteem, which seems to be the case with a lot of heroines, not matter how good they look. She was not a scared virgin. She had prior relationships. By the same token, she did not sleep around either. She was not perfect. She would get crabby like everyone else but it was never excessive. She was flexible but stood her ground when she needed to. She was a good friend to both men and women. I thought Caleb was lucky to get her. He had a lot of baggage but she handled it well.
I did not read the first book in the series and was easily able to follow what was going on in this book. To be honest, I probably will not read it even though I enjoyed the author's style of writing. The reason because of Jessie, the heroine in the first book who made occasional appearances in this one. I did not like Jessie and maybe that makes me a not nice person. The problem is, that in least this book, she came off as a Pollyanna. She was sticky sweet a good person. She was nauseating. She did kind things for someone who tried to do something really bad to her. I felt like I was reading about Mother Theresa and I just wanted her to go away.