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  • good read

    Was a quick but good read. Christine has loved Tyler since he took her V card in Mexico & then ran away. Now they're forced back together because his sister/her best friend is getting married & they're both in the wedding. They both realize they've got strong feelings for each other but neither on says it out loud. The miscommunication is funny at times in this book. I love how they both are running but neither will admit it.

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  • Great read

    Great read kept me hooked from beginning to end. Characters were great and relatable.

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  • Shallow characters; no heart

    The most intriguing person in this book is Christine's brother (who is only referred to as living in Maine, excited to see her, and probably has PTSD after leaving the military), who we never meet (I assume; I DNF'd a third of the way through). Hair color/texture and job description don't give a character a personality, and both main characters were just empty shells with no self-realization. Tyler is an emotional child thriving in a world of toxic masculinity (It's icky for him to think of his sister as a physical person, so he has to have the "if you hurt her I'll kill you" talk with her fiance.); Christine is erratic. No heart, unrealistic heat, poor examples of "reading body language," and some weird virginity fetish. The book was just a series of awkwardly pasted together scenes that didn't seem to be leading anywhere worth the journey.

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  • Tyler n red

    Woww. Grt read. Luved Tyler n red's character

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