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  • 4.5 stars- I just love this couple and their famil

    As much as I enjoy reading about a couple finding one another and falling in love, there’s something extra special about established couple romances. Crocus picks up months after Bonfires and follows high school principal Larx and Deputy Aaron George as they further blend their lives and families together. I really enjoyed Bonfires, the first book of this series by the same name; so, while I didn’t necessarily need a continuation of Larx and Aaron’s story, I was eager to read it. And honestly, I may have liked Crocus just a touch more than Bonfires. The pacing throughout Crocus was measured and read smoothly with a flowing dialogue and narrative. I was quickly drawn into this book, and ended up reading it much faster than I expected. As with Bonfires, Crocus had a lot going on, but I wouldn’t call it cluttered and I didn’t finish the book thinking a subplot wasn’t resolved enough to leave me satisfied. Instead, it felt honest. Larx and Aaron have important jobs that necessitate their involvement in the community and there’s often spill-over into their personal lives. They also both have decent-sized families and are very involved with their children. Therefore, while there were a lot of minor storylines feeding into the main plot, it was natural and what I’d expect in an established couple’s story, especially given these heroes. I enjoyed seeing Larx and Aaron work through the curveballs their professional and personal lives threw at them. How these two worked for their happily-ever-after, shouldering problems together and coming out stronger while their ever-expanding family thrived, made me so very happy. If you’re a fan of older main characters, single fathers, and established couples, this series and title shouldn’t be missed. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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  • Amy Lane at her best

    I just love this story by Amy Lane . To have a follow-up of the lives of the characters was great. Hope to read more about them.

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