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    So much chemistry!

    I’m not sure why I waited so long to read this one because I really enjoyed it! Wyatt and St. George write a great romance with wonderful characters. The CHEMISTRY!! This was one sexy book and I felt like I needed a fan the whole time I was reading it. Jules and Nick were on fire the entire time and I really enjoyed their romance and the development of their relationship. Once Jules and Nick are confronted with each other again, I appreciated the maturity they had in handling it. It took a little effort, but Jules finally explained her reasons for leaving and Nick was understanding. He also realized that if he wanted something with Jules he would have to forgive her and move on from it. Holding it against her would only cause problems. He still struggles with it (justifiably) but he’s an adult about it. I also really respected Jules’s dedication to trying to communicate and be a parter, she was very self-aware when it came to her issues. I’m not a big fan of characters that avoid relationships because they grew up in a home without a solid example. Now I personally don’t have experience with this so it might truly be that scarring, but it’s not my favorite theme. This time around I was mostly bothered by one aspect. When Nick first confronts Jules at the gym, he tells her that a small part of him will always hate her for what she did. Later, Jules is conflicted over starting something with Nick because she doesn’t want the relationship to fail and they end up hating each other. But Nick has already said he hates her, so this didn’t make any sense to me. I loved the friendship between Jules and Megan. It was so supportive and real. Megan gets why Jules does what she does but she also isn’t afraid to call Jules on it when she’s being ridiculous.

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