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    Blown Away... Amazing Read

    I honestly was blown away by this story. It was so real and thought provoking. You have Hannah who is a woman who has been cheated on and carries around that baggage. She meets Howard the best man in her friends wedding. Howard has some prety dark baggage that he is carrying around as well. Together they have the potential to help and heal each other but their are others that will do anything to tear them apart along with secrets that will be revealed. What a great book and I wish I could have given it a million stars. This is a debut book from Author L. Simpson and she is definitely and author to watch. Excellent writing of some pretty difficult topics. I cannot wait to see what this author will be writing next.
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    Not Perfect BUT...Funny and Romantic

    This is my first time reading anything by Australian author Laura Simpson. She has written an unusual storyline in that here is a premise where the male protagonist, Howard, suffered from childhood traumas instead of what you normally see and that is the female protagonist suffered an early trauma, which has led him having psychological problems including sexual dysfunctions and full blown panic attacks where it sounds like he dissociates. The traumas include his father killing his mother and being abused. Now he heads up a family owned holdings company and is very wealthy but has to deal with his aunt and uncle who took him in and raised him. Hannah has her own issues. She was cheated on and left with nothing. She has spent the last two years rebuilding her life with her two dogs. Hannah and Howard meet when their friends pick them to be their Maid of Honor and Best Man for their wedding. They meet at pre-wedding events and hit it off. They click and feel comfortable around each other. So Howard tells some of the stuff that has happened to him. Hannah is supportive. Unfortunately there are so many evil people in the storyline: The Winemaker, David’s sister, Howard’s Aunt/Uncle/Cousins, Hannah’s Ex, I’m sure I forgot someone. There are just too many and this bogged the story down. I found myself skimming about half way through, then picked up again. I wish the name of the person who began speaking was put in a title. Often I was confused as to which person was speaking. So, in conclusion I liked the story and will be reading book two. I do think this book would benefit from a little editing. It’s really not twenty-four chapters. It’s a lot longer book. Finally. I did enjoy the Aussie slang however I did need to stop and google words which did interrupt the flow. I recommend putting in a glossary for us non-Aussie readers so we can keep reading Australian authors. Recommending this book for your reading enjoyment and pleasure. Peace. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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