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  • 4.5 stars- Wish I had tried this series sooner

    Ever since its release, I’ve seen a lot of positive reviews about the Anchor Point series. However, as a military spouse, I tend to be hypercritical of books that feature characters in the military and I put off trying the series. I have to admit I shouldn’t have waited to read this May-December romance. Although books featuring an age gap aren’t anything new to me, I appreciated that Just Drive included a different approach and dynamic than many of those I’ve previously read. The characters initial meeting was different as well and I thought it made for an interesting conflict as and Sean and Paul moved from quick hook-ups to a relationship. I found both characters very likable and enjoyed seeing each of them develop individually over the course of the book. Then there was the bright, fast-paced dialogue. I absolutely loved the banter, including the way the age difference came up in random moments while also reinforcing Sean and Paul’s genuine, palpable chemistry. All these elements combined to make for a really fun book with great pacing. Over the course of the book Miss Witt also introduced some interesting secondary characters, one of which I know is featured in the next book of the series. I can say without any doubt that I’ll continue this series. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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  • Good book

    I don't know much about the actual Navy. But this book seemed a lot more realistic than some other books I've read. It didn't romanticise the Navy and it actually touched some problems that hindered the relationship(s) because of the Navy. The May-December aspect also seemed pretty realistic but obscure enough it wasn't the focus of the book. Overall I really liked the story and I'll check out the other books in the series.

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