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    Unfortunately fell short of my expectations

    A sexy, sweet soul of an alpha male, mixed with a sassy, driven mother of two, Amazing Grayson was a mixture of it's characters, but unfortunately didn't quite hit the spot for my Rom-Com loving heart. I love Rom-Coms. I've been reading them since I was a young girl and have always been driven towards the lighthearted, humorous storylines that they usually entail. I'm sad to say that Amazing Grayson fell short of my expectations. While it was sweet, and funny in some areas, the majority of the story was focused on issues that I had a very hard time connecting with. I don't want to give anything away, so I'll refrain from any sort of spoiler, but part of me wonders if I could have possibly just been too young for this novel. Don't get me wrong, I have 2 kids and have been married for 6 years, but I knew the moment I felt myself connecting more with the main heroines teenage daughter than the actual heroine of the story, that this book just wasn't going to be for me. So while I didn't care much for the story, and actually didn't care much for the main heroine Greer, I absolutely the main hero from the story. Ace was so sincere, loving and just absolutely precious. He might actually be my favorite male character that ME Carter has written since Rowen from Groupie. And yes, the storyline was a little too serious for my romantic comedy loving heart, but the book wasn't all bad. It hit on some issues that others could have possibly connected with on a much deeper level than I did. And in my opinion, the end was written much better and fast paced than the first half of the story, and I really did enjoy reading the last few chapters. So if you like a good mixture of humor and seriousness, and feel as if you could connect well with a single, middle aged mother, then this book could very well be for you! And I just have to say, that after finishing the book, I'm STOKED for the next book in this series. I can't wait to see what the author does with my favorite character from this book!
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    Everything's Bigger in Texas, Including Hearts!

    M.E. Carter’s My New Life series are some of the most true to life books you can find. There’s no sensationalism, no over the top Hero or Heroine, no outlandish plot twists, just good ole’ everyday issues that many people deal with on a regular basis, that she brings to life in her own unique way. Amazing Grayson is no exception. And by paring away all the filler and getting down to brass tacks, she’s written another endearing, totally relatable couple in Greer & ‘Ace’. What do you get when you throw a frazzled, divorced mother of two teens (one with special needs) in with a sweet, sexy cowboy who’s let a personal life pass him by? Sparks, people! Beautiful, beautiful sparks! And other surprises best not mentioned here! This book was not only precious, and real (as always) and just… so good, but it was funny too! Do yourself a favor and read this one. …but don’t get too attached, cuz Ace is mine!
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    Perfectly relatable love story!

    I love this series. I have to say that this book did not have as much humor as the others, but focused more on the heavy topic of trying to raise a special needs child. I have not dealt with this myself, so maybe that is why I felt that Greer should have made more time for her (normal) child. I was angry with her at times. What I loved about this story is Ace and Greer's relationship. The way their relationship developed and how they tackled life's problems were entirely relatable and realistic. Also, Ace is the best kind of man! I do recommend this book to anyone looking for a realistic love story. Great job again, Carter!

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