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    Just not my style. I finished it but won't be reading another by this author. Someone who enjoys romantic novels might enjoy this more.
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    happy ending for a deserving couple

    This novella featuring Sunny and Tanner is part of the Off the Map series, but easily read as a standalone - which was good in my case because I hadn't read the rest of the series but wanted to give this author a try without necessarily committing to an entire trilogy. Though these characters do make up part of the rest of the series, there is enough backstory here to satisfy a newcomer. I quite liked this story. Sunny has had an emotionally traumatic past, not the least of which has been her poor relationship with her mother, leaving her in the care of her grandmother for the last several years. As a result she has developed a rather poor relationship pattern with men - a love 'em and leave 'em gal with no room for commitment, with easy sex a replacement for love. Despite this she's always had feelings for Tanner, a childhood friend, and a man who has done things he regrets too. When they meet up again, it's obvious that there are unresolved issues between them, and an accident that lands Sunny in the hospital also lands Tanner back in her life on a more positive note. The story is told from both points of view and they felt very realistic, like young adults who are really just trying to figure out where things are supposed to go next. There are some pretty steamy scenes between the two of them as they navigate their new relationship. I liked how they were both willing to stand by each other after coming to terms with the past. Tanner was a really sweet and caring man, making up for past mistakes. It was a quick read, with several ups and downs emotionally but a positive and definitely happy ending for this couple who really needed one. 4 stars.
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