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    Single Parent Slow Burn Romance

    3.5 stars Let me just start this review with the fact that I'm not usually a fan of the single parent trope. I have enjoyed some in the past, but I don’t intentionally seek them out. Down Too Deep surprised me in a good way. I was worried that I might be a little lost since I had only read the 1st book in the series, but it can definitely be enjoyed as a standalone. Previous characters and couples do appear however, so it might be a bit spoilery if you haven't read the other books. I really liked both Nate and Jenna. Their initial meeting was a bit awkward, but I enjoyed their banter and playful flirting. Yes, there's a bit of instalust going on, but it felt gradual as well since they skirted the line of their mutual attraction for a while. I would have preferred a little more care be taken with all the young kids involved and their feelings if things went south, but I was eating this double single parent slow burn romance up. Things unfortunately started to derail a bit for me around the 70% mark. It was still sweet and entertaining, but ultimately it just felt like Nate was the only one with any character growth. I don't want to be spoilery, but a specific incident towards the end just felt unnecessary and unbelievable. I understand why it was probably included, but I feel like those feelings and epiphanies could have been attained in a less dramatic and plausible way. The epilogue was really sweet though and did leave me with all the warm fuzzies. Overall, this was still a good read, but I didn't end up loving it. *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*
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    Review: Dirty Deeds 4: Down Too Deep

    Down Too Deep by J. Daniels is the fourth book in her Dirty Deeds series. Emotional and slightly heartbreaking in places this book was absolutely phenomenal. Wonderful main characters, wonderful secondary characters. The premise of the story is really well crafted. From the introduction to Nathan's character and his parents to meeting Jenna and her kids. I loved every page and practically devoured this book. Super sexy and so amazingly sweet yet with enough drama between the two main characters that you want to also maybe get a little violent with them. Enjoy!
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    Unbelievably good!!!!!

    This was so unbelievably good; I adored every single moment of it! This was beyond a romance book, it was more than two people overcoming their past and moving forward, it was watching a family form. From the first moment, that meet cute in the men’s bathroom doorway, to the meet cute in the dining room of the restaurant, to the meet cute in the doorway of Nate’s home, this family started the loom that forever joined them It had it’s moments, because, the two adults in charge of this have issues and baggage. Even their overwhelming attraction can’t smooth out those feelings and past haunts that they have. The fragility of human life, the unknowns that you need to suffer, the confusion of things being undone, unsaid, unfelt. The seesaw that Jenna and Nate face internally is even more weighted by the love and concern they have their children. The consequences greater, larger, more impactful. And I needed to read it all, experience it, have them laid bare for me, so I could love right along with them!
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    Heartwarming, spicy, and adorable!

    Down Too Deep is a deliciously charming, uplifting tale that introduces us to the grieving, workaholic, restauranteur Nathan and the kindhearted, dependable, single mother Jenna as they discover the power of friendship, the pull of attraction, and the benefits of being a team. The writing is humorous and light. The characters are solid, supportive, and endearing. And the plot is an enticing, engaging mix of life, loss, family, palpable chemistry, tender moments, irresistible heat, parenthood, and real-life relationship struggles. Overall, Down Too Deep is an amusing, sweet, passionate novel by Daniels that has all the characteristics you look for in a romcom, including an engaging storyline, a wonderful cast of characters, with a supporting cast that might even steal the show, and a dreamy, happy-ever-after ending.
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    A heartwarming must read!

    Gah! I have been waiting forever for this book and it was exactly what I needed when I read it! So full of loss and heart, it had all the elements I love in a great book; kids, single parents, and a great group of friends that you can't get enough of. This is a must read!
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