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    Great Story Filled With Emotion, Angst, & Romance

    Anne Ashby created an intense relationship in this tale of the thrill seeker and the woman determined to live a healthy adventure-free life. The emotions begin on the first page and follow through to the finale. With characters fully developed, Anne Ashby's portrayal of the characters is realistic and believable. I found Luke intense and much like a person with ADHD who can not sit still five minutes without moving. He's out of his depth with the children; unsure how to develop a connection with them. Shannon is an insecure woman with mixed emotions about the developing relationship. She also is unsure how to handle her son's rebellion and admiration for his deceased waster father. Family dynamics feature largely in this enjoyable tale. The plotting is smooth, and the story is entertaining. The scenes transition smoothly from scene to scene, and the dialogue flows well. Ashby skillfully wove her story of broken lives, broken hearts, teen angst, and renewal of romance. MY OPINION: I found I fell in love with the two small children who added largely to the storyline. As for Shannon's son, I felt so sorry for him as he traversed from child to teen which is made harder by the death of his father. I remember the days of teen development in my child's life, and I related to both Shannon and her son. Luke is an excellent character as he shows his awkward side when trying to connect with the children. He is a gentleman and patient with Shannon; he's a real knight in shining armor. Although near the finale you will find a love scene, I did not find it offensive; all love scenes are behind closed doors. I would not hesitate to buy this novel for myself or a friend.

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