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    Maybe it was just me?

    I love this series!! I counted down the days till this book was out. I loved the book i really did but.... Joey it was a hard name for me not to imagine as a mans name. That might be my bias coming out but it was i just couldn't read it without thinking guy!! I really loved the twists and turns but would have loved to see Lou's family in the book more. In the last books it made it seem like they were always there and in this one it felt like they were an after thought in the last few chapters. Foley's mom was in his book a lot and i loved that. Family friends and community is a feeling i have got from all of these books and this one felt a little like everything is still at a loose end. Where was the meet the parents for Lou everyone else met the crazy parents Sam and Ivy, Foley and Cyn, even Del had the Bar BBQ to meet Mikes parents and it was great!! We also never saw all the guys as a big group hanging with Lou and Joey. Which i feel was a greatly missed opportunity to see your fav characters in action again. I just feel like a name change for Joey and a few more chapters to clean up the family issues would have gotten me again counting down for her next book. It was great tho liked it a lot and will be taking this weekend to read the series again!! Thanks for a break from reality for awhile and the opportunity to laugh, cry and cheer on an amazing group of people!! Everyone of Marie Harte's series is a must read!! 😘
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    4.5 Stars!

    I don’t know how you can’t love these Bad Boys from Webster’s Garage. Marie Harte created a group of guys that’s every good girls dream! Tall, built, tatted and while they look like bad boys, they have a heart of gold. Lou is the smooth talking pretty boy of the group who draws women without even trying. He’s from a big family, mainly consisting of woman. He loves his mama, his grandmother, his many sisters and he takes care of all of them. If anyone knows women, it’s Lou. That’s why it’s so entertaining that he has to chase Joey. Joey has not had an easy life. She’s the good girl that made the mistake of listening to her smooth talking boyfriend and got pregnant at 14. The boyfriend walked away, the parents barely supported her and never let her live it down. 9 years later, after putting herself through school, she’s finally seeing her hard work start to pay off. Although she’s attracted to Lou, she knows the smooth talkers are nothing but trouble. I love to see when a guy has to work to get the woman he wants. Especially when that guy has never had to work for it before. I really enjoyed Lou’s pursuit. Joey resists him, but not for so long that it gets annoying. When Joey decides to not mention her son, I understood her reasoning but it also had me nervous for Lou’s reaction. Especially when Lou later admits he doesn’t want kids. I wasn’t thrilled with his reaction to dating a single mom, but I also thought the author did a good job of explaining why he felt the way he did. I love this series and I really hope Heller is next! ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    ...speeds it's way into the heart.

    It's not the mistakes we make, but the lessons we learn that make us who we are. Lou and Joey know that first hand. Honor students at the school of hard knocks are quick learners in heartbreaking scenarios. Marie Harte hits the freeway of love, as she navigates through bumpy roads and some killer views. Lou and Joey know that love is not always smooth sailing, nothing worth having ever is. However the rewards outweigh the heartache. Collision Course is a tempting uphill battle that speeds it's way into the heart.

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