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    Best of Luck

    Enjoyed reading this interesting story of conflict ,,struggles and love.
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    A fine ending to a strong series!

    An excellent final entry in a stellar trilogy. As with the first two books in this series, the main characters are distinct and appealing, flawed but striving to be and do better. I love the specific skills and interests Clayborn gives all of her protagonists.
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    BEST CONTEMPORARY OF THE YEAR.

    The low angst, fluffy comfort book you didn't know you need it. A heartwarming story about how you don't need someone to make happy but that he/she makes your life better. The best kind of love, "I love but I don't need you, I certainly could live without you but the thing it's that I don't want to". Greer and Alex are three dimensional characters. Their interactions, their fights, their first kiss, their ending, everything it's so well written, so coherent with their personalities. I don't say this lightly because I take this seriously but this was one of the best (if not THE best) representation of mental health that I've ever read in a romance novel. Alex's struggles with anxiety and panics attacks are so relatable, they hit me so close to home, his fears, he wanting to "just fix it", all the process that he went through. It was really touching for me to read about a main character that deals with this, in a realistic way. He's not magically cured, Greer's love doesn't cure him, and he has a lot to work with. But just the facts that he is not ashamed and that he gets his happy ending and that he can have a "normal life" in spite of it, was such a positive message for me and it made me really emotional and happy. I loved Greer relationship with her best friends (Zoe and Kit), it was well portrayed how important are our female friends to us women, and I loved reading about it here, how they cared for one another and that they talked about their struggles, it was beautiful. Also Greer and Alex change a lot through the book, in a good way of course, they grow a lot as persons and they always acted like mature people. To sum up: Adorable complex three dimensional main character's, beautiful cast of secondary characters, female friendship, complex yet healthy family relationships, realistic positive mental health representation. Definitively one of the best books I read this year.
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