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The conflict is great and believable. The supporting characters are also awesome. I know there has to be a story for Cameron in the works. I need it like now.
Why only 4 stars then? This story needs an editor. The story is so good. it was disappointing to see so many errors in this book. At first it was fine, because like I said, the story is just that good. But towards the end, it just got worse and worse.
I just loved how Nicole instinctively knew how to handle Caleb, especially when there was trouble. Her family was so supportive.
What the story did not hint at was what happened to Nicole's friend Maribel or what happened to Caleb's twin Cameron and Kay and who his other babies' Momma is. But I guess this is for the next book in the series.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was truly heartwarming to read about the struggles and growth of an autistic man coming into adulthood and struggling with all of the self talk of doubt in his mind. Good job Blue, as usual.
OMG, his twin girls are a freaking amazing. They are just as blunt as he is...They had put him in his place a lot times. I love Cameron and Dakota for always being their for him.
Caleb mom is one woman I would love to b**** slap. She is unbelievable. I can't believe how she hinder him and play mind games with him. I love Caleb's dad Kyle, he is great. I'm glad he finally stood up to him wife.
Overall, great story. I can't get enough of it. I will definitely recommend this book.
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That is a quote from the book by Caleb, that book is freaking unbelievably good.Read more
I am the mother of a young man with autism so I was surprised but happy to stumble upon this book.Read more