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    Good but some repetitive writing

    I thought this was a good book with a decent blend of mystery and romance. The beginning is particularly focused on the mystery and Maggie’s work to find out what happened to Kayla with the romance being built up. We see Maggie and Jake’s attraction to each other but the mystery is by far the larger focus of the book. That being said, I thought it was balanced well and I didn’t feel like the romance got shorted in any way. I really enjoyed Jake’s character because he was cocky and confident and a little bit smug but it was all in an endearing way. He also completely supports Maggie once it’s clear that she knows what she is doing and that she has Kayla’s interest as her priority. Jake was definitely an alpha character but it was nice to see him bend when it came to Maggie’s requests/orders and give her the support she needed to work through her own issues. I do wish we had gotten more about Jake’s past; there were things from his military career that were hinted at but never explored. We learn a lot about Maggie, her history, her family, and her issues but Jake is left pretty much a surface personality. I’m not sure how many times Maggie references feeling rope around her wrists (a memory from her own childhood kidnapping) but it was a bit excessive. She also agonizes about her “failure” at Sherwood Hills and this also gets a bit annoying. I believe this was originally divided into 3 parts as a serialized story, so maybe this repetition wasn’t as obvious when it was split up. This book ended with some cliffhangers and I’m not sure if there’s going to be a sequel. Tess Diamond does have another book coming out, Such a Pretty Girl, about Maggie’s friend Grace but I’m not sure if this will continue Maggie’s story. Certain parts are resolved but there are some things left hanging that I really need an answer to!

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