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    Very enjoyable

    My oh my how to start on this one. First and most importantly I really enjoyed this book. A lot! The writing is excellent and the characters - well they are definitely memorable. Now the frustrating part - James! Come on guy - Man Up! Trying to make everyone but yourself happy is no way to live and that's exactly what his character was doing. Rosie is the company's all around go to person and she's had a huge crush on James from day one. He's attracted to her as well but has never acted on it, not wanting to upset the work dynamics. Plus he promised his partners he'd stay away (Why???) Now she's looking to move on but when she starts dating James can't stand it. Will he finally step up or will his people pleasing ways keep him from a good thing? This is a fun, well done book and one I would definitely recommend.
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    Choosing Family

    *ARC Review* This story is about a single father wanting the best life for his children. James Harper and his twin sons have been abandoned. Now he is guarded, often behind in the social interactions with people, and is determined and hardworking to provide a stable life for his sons. He is quite protective after their mother, who happens to be his best friend's, who he also co-owns a business with, sister, abandoned them at six weeks. Rosie Herra has been the glue that holds together three struggling single fathers and their company. She is hardworking, organized, but withdrawn and quite. She is often confused and wants to live a life that is easily laid out and not filled with chaos. This story is told in the third person. The plot line is evenly paced out with a good amount of drama, tension and light moments. The characters show lots of growth throughout and are easy to connect with, as is the setting and events that unfold. The most refreshing aspect of the entire story is how realistic it all is, the story is actually one that you could hear a friend telling you about. Yes, I would recommend this book. The story is all about finding love and incorporating it into your life. It's about believing in things that you didn't think were possible. It's perfect for single parents or anyone who is considering dating a single parent.

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