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    The Aussie Next Door

    This one took me by surprise. It was sweet and satisfying but not what I expected. Two people who were not and should not have worked but when they finally settled into a friendship these two became two halves of a puzzle that fit together. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    The Aussie Next Door

    The Austim Spectrum diagnosis that gives hero Jace Walters his unique traits makes this a very special book to me for personal reasons. It's challenging to be totally happy with the story - while I feel that some of it matched well with reality, in many places it felt like things were just pulled from a list of the traits that go with high functioning autism. I know that fiction stories don't have to have a moral, this book definitely reminded me that sometimes we need to take a step back from how we view our past and recognise that we either may be seeing it differently to what we should or not allowing the past to continue influencing our actions now. I enjoyed the Aussie-isms that were sprinkled throughout the book, but with the title being The Aussie Next Door - how could we not have Aussie-isms.
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    Slow burn, friends to lovers small town romance

    Stefanie London’s The Aussie Next Door is the first book in the Patterson’s Bluff series. Jace, has a hard time fitting in with his large lively Australian family. He much rather have solitude. Angie, visiting from the states, seems to be his opposite test somehow they fit. I liked how the author had a hero and heroine that each needed to work through past and present issues. The book definitely sets the stage for future books with this likable family. I received an advance reader copy via Netgalley.
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    Amazing!!

    Amazing! This book was an absolutely amazing romance. The story is fun and lighter, the entire cast of characters lovable and the emotions are deep and sweet. This book simply melted my heart! I felt that Jace was a unique, timely and relevent character. I appreciate when authors strive for inclusion and diversity in their work. Angi's painful past was just heartbreaking. I enjoyed every single minute that it took for these two to find the love and happiness they deserved.
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    cute romance

    This is a voluntary review of an advanced copy. A less than perfect hero with a harden heart meets Angie, who seems like she is full of joy - all hearts and rainbows. It is underneath the surface that they hide their hurts and scars and will really have to work if they want to have a relationship. Most the book is their struggle to overcome their past and they each are not sure if they can. Angie seems to self-sabotage a relationship and nothing changes when she falls for Jace. Jace struggles with any change and only later realizes that he cannot place all the blame on his failed engagement on Julia as he had his own doubts. The dogs are a cute addition and help Jace move from his complacent life! Nice HEA!!
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