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    London and Dima just fit!

    London and Dima just fit - they don't blend, they don't meld, and they certainly don't mesh, but they go together perfectly. London makes Dima think about things he doesn't want to, examine things he'd rather not and face things he wants to be hidden. For London, Dima does the same thing, and while she is locked away, he brings things forward and makes her look at herself as well. They fit together, because they can't stay apart, and that is why their story makes you have all the feelings!
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    Very mixed bag, issues with consent during sex

    I was mostly enjoying this until fairly late in the book, despite strong unease with the consent issue ("I'm too sensitive" clearly meant stop, she repeatedly said it, and he didn't stop)... until out of nowhere (at least to me), the female MC's brother calls her a control freak, as if the author suddenly realized the gal needed a flaw to work on? I felt like it undercut and trivialized her very reasonable ultimatum to the male MC that he needed to move forward from his trauma in order to be in a relationship with her. Then the character's supposed need to give up control is "solved" by sex, instead of by actually working whatever behaviors she allegedly had in a relationship context. Maybe because there really weren't any? I was also kind of unclear why a support group at a community center would be the right place for activities that seemed more appropriate in a physical therapy context, and I was *super* unimpressed by how the male MC was drafted as a "volunteer" to help. The liability issue here is huge. Disappointing, because I liked a lot of things about it. It was quite refreshing to read about an MC with a disability who isn't the cranky one in the couple. :)
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    Learning the hard way

    Dima never has a problem with woman until he meets London. Once London sets her mind to try and help someone she does not give up. A interesting relationship since they love to argue. Watching Dima change and learn not everything is his fault also ends up making London take a harder look at herself. A must read so many twists to the story Catherine Gayle has done it again I can't wait for the next book !!!!
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    Emotional, raw and real!

    What happens when you take a grumpy Russian hockey player and fiery woman who sees through the front that said hockey player has put up? An explosively good addition to the Tulsa Thunderbirds series! Dmitri Nazarenko is haunted by the guilt he feels over a poor decision he made years ago that not only affected his life, but that of one of his best friends. While he doesn't feel that he should have any good things in his life, and he hides behind his physical appearance, namely his facial hair and his tattoos. London Hawke has been through a lot herself over the last few years and for someone that could feel sorry for herself and shut down, she tries to live life to the fullest despite the challenges she faces. While she tries to come across as completely unaffected by the events of her past, there are lingering effects that only time will uncover and bring to the surface. The attraction between Dima and London is unmistakable, but neither one of them is about to give into it. They bicker, they snipe and they are both as hardheaded as they come. Once they finally give in to the passion that has been building between them, is it for the right reasons? Are they giving in to their attraction or are they using it as a way to escape the issues they both really need to be dealing with? Catherine Gayle has once again penned a story that touches on realities that are dealt with on a daily basis in the real world, has wonderful characters that have heart and deep down while they are flawed, they are really, really good people. This was a fantastic addition to the Thunderbirds series and after the epilogue that we were left with, I can't wait to read the next in the series!
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    Pleasantly surprised

    An instance where I wasn't quite sure I liked the lead characters, but they won me over in the end. Nice to read about a diverse cast of characters, too.
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