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    Beau and Rachel's story

    I thought this was a good read. The writing flowed well, and I thought the characters were developed nicely. Beau and Rachel were linked together in the last book, and I was afraid that I wasn't going to like her. The character improved in this book though. Beau and Rachel were good together, and they had great chemistry. My only complaint was that both her and Beau needed to realize that you can't live your life for anyone but yourself. Beau really needed to learn the phrase "I'm not my brother's keeper". I know you worry about family, but you can't make someone be happy. That's something they have to do themselves. It was a perfect ending for these characters, and I liked the HEA. I voluntarliy reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book.
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    Beau is PERFECT

    Book three of the Kings of Crown Creek series. Told in dual POV with HEA. Each book in the series is about a different King brother. Beau King is the quiet caretaker of the family having always been tasked with watching out for his twin brother. Rachel was raised in a cult without contact from the outside world until they “sent her out” when she was 20. She has been getting by for the last two years when she meets Beau. Their relationship is sweet and special and starts out with Beau “taking care” of Rachel. He is very protective of her and their friendship naturally progresses to more. Their road is not an easy one, but Beau is patient and persistent. I loved this story and could not put it down until I had finished it way too late in the night
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