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  • Loved it!

    As usual another wonderful feeling book in the Heartbreaker Bay series. I just love this series, all the characters are just such a tight-knit bunch that are always there for each other and you really want to be friends with! This time it's Ivy's story. Ivy runs a food truck selling tacos and always tries to keep to herself, having had a hard upbringing. She finds it easier to lie about her family so people don't feel sorry for her. She's always moved around but has finally settled in San Francisco and is saving hard for an apartment. Kel is a Sheriff in Idaho and cousin of Caleb (one of the previous books and part of 'the gang') and is visiting after being signed off work after his dirty partner tried to run him over to prevent herself being caught (that didn't work!). They both have family trust issues - Ivy has an absent mother, doesn't know her father, has a brother who's always in trouble, and Kel - Mother left him and his sister with grandparents on their ranch in Idado when they were young after their father died. Kel's sister has forgiven their mother and moved on (married/has a baby/currently pregnant), who also lives in San Francisco, but Kel hasn't, even though he bumps into his Mother unexpectedly and she keeps hoping he'll listen to her reasons why she left and finally forgive him. So Ivy and Kel are quite similiar in their family. Then Ivy's truck gets broken into, then her apartment, and she goes on high alert as something isn't quite right, and Kel of course has her back the whole time. Her waste of space brother of course reappears and is in trouble, yet again, and Ivy gets caught up in the middle of it, but again Kel is around looking out for her, but it does get very messy. There's is such a lovely vibe between Ivy and Kel, both have been hurt in the past and have protective shells around them, but bring out the best in each other recognising kindred spirits. And as usual this book, and all this series and Jill Shalvis books, are a mixture of funny, snarky and emotional, absolutely perfect. There's also a wonderful big sigh of happiness ending! Loved it!

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