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I like Charity Parkerson books. I anticipate their arrival and then I gobble them up. She has created some wonderful characters; many that cross my mind months and months after a book is finished. I really liked Kurt but I think McKenna might be one of the best characters Charity has ever created. This gal is quirky, smart, sassy, impulsive, trusting....she's awesome. It's no wonder Kurt falls for her so quickly. (Yes, she is also beautiful.)
Some of the best parts of the book:
McKenna meets Kerry and Mandy (from earlier books in this series) and one demands, "I want details." The other says, "F that, I want pictures." McKenna replies, "Are we saying random things we want? Because I want minions."
McKenna is asked if she is dating Kurt. She says no. Then she clarifies (because she can never stop talking) that she has gone out with him. Oh and she has hung out and shared a meal with him. Oh, and slept with him but no sex. She suddenly realizes she IS dating Kurt. This girl's babbling is really funny.
I'm kind of sad this book is over for me already because I thoroughly enjoyed the characters. Happily, some of the secondary characters in this book are getting their own story next. You do not have to read these books (in the series) in order, but characters recur from one book to the next and you'll have a more enjoyable experience if you know their back stories.
Kurt intrigued me when I first met him in the previous book. He's super intelligent, tattooed and pierced, and it was always going to take a special person to capture and hold his heart. McKenna certainly fit that criteria, and it was fascinating to see how their relationship developed.
Give this book and the series a try. I promise that you won't be disappointed.