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    Cliffhanger? I loved it but I'm conflicted.

    Wow, as soon as I read the blurb for this book I knew that I wanted to read it. So, I was really excited to get an ARC to review for Xtreme-Delusions. I've read this author's work before and her On the Ice is one of my favorite reads for this year. The Heights is a hard one for me to review. I'm not a fan of cliffhangers and I'm not even sure if The Heights qualifies as one but it kind of felt like it to me. So, I felt like I had to ding it one star even though I really loved the book. While the book provided a fairly satisfying HFN for Quinn and Nat, it also left a lot of questions unanswered. We know from the blurb that the book is about a kidnapped child (Quinn) discovered 20 years later but the story is about so much more. There is definitely a romance story here but there are also very complex elements about Quinn's birth parents, Nat's problems that are rooted in his father's death and the mystery surrounding the circumstances of Quinn's kidnapping. Many different things are hinted at in the story – something unusual about Quinn's Social Security Number and how he got from Oregon and ended being adopted New York. Towards the end we get another thread left hanging about Quinn's birth brother's friend and there are probably more things that I've left out. I'm praying that Amy Aislin will answer some of these things in the next book or books. I don't know anything about what is planned for upcoming stories. I really do want to read more of this series but I hope that there isn't too much time between books. I read so much that I will have a difficult time remembering the details of this one if there is too big of a gap and I just don't have time to re-read books no matter how much I liked them.
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