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  • Pacing didn't work for me...or something

    3.5 stars — This one had a lot of great moments, but in the end it dragged on a bit long and I started to lose interest. I’m not sure if it was repetitive, or it was just the pacing in general that didn’t work for me? It probably didn’t help that Archer and Elle were never going to be the characters I would connect the most with in this series, and while I was curious about their past, I don’t always understand the whole fighting push and pull romance thing. I’m not sure why, but I had a completely different theory of what happened in Elle’s past. I think from the hints in other books I’ve read in this series, I was expecting something more traumatizing…which is silly, because it’s not as though her childhood wasn’t traumatizing in its own way. I guess the little we got of “that night” just didn’t completely explain her reticence to talk about her past…but then again, she’s a completely different person to me. She and Archer both seem to thrive on the conflict and the arguing and the making up, and while that’s entertaining, it’s not a dynamic that I would ever find myself in. As such, I grew cranky with the stubbornness and the refusal to see what was right in front of them in this book. Probably a bit more with Elle than Archer, because at least in Archer’s perspective he wasn’t completely denying his feelings. Honestly? My favourite parts were the secondary cast parts. They’re just so much fun together, and I just love the way they interact with one another. They always make me laugh, and I feel like their friendships are genuine. I wouldn’t have minded a bit more moments, especially some heart to hearts with the girls. Spence just didn’t quite have that down. Ms. White’s narration was solid and consistent. Yeah. I’m sure I could have more to say, but this is probably enough. There was a super mild not body positive joke made early in the book (the usual “does this make me look fat?” nonsense where the man flounders trying to answer, assuring the woman that no OF COURSE they don’t look fat, as though fat is the worst thing they could be), and I’m wondering if that negatively impacted my enjoyment. It’s something I saw all the time in the past, but now I can’t just brush past it anymore. Anyways, regardless, this was not my fave in the series, but at least now I know the deal with these two!

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