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  • Part of a series but stands alone.

    Kade & Abbie get their HEA. I’ve been waiting for this story for a while; I’m so glad that Anne finally wrote a happy ending for Abbie and for Kade; I was hoping that they would end up together. Although this book is part of a series it also stands alone. However, if you want more background on Abbie’s story you might want to read Sweet Burn. Reading Sweet Burn is totally not necessary to enjoy this book but I wanted to let you know about it. Kade’s story kind of starts in Smoking Hot but, again, it’s not necessary to read that to enjoy this one. Abbie doesn’t want another relationship but pregnancy hormones are really ramping up her libido. She’s wants to do the “friends with benefits” thing with Kade. Kade doesn’t have any interest in a relationship either but he and Abbie had a thing back in high school. The sex was the best he’s ever had; so he’s willing to accommodate her request to be “friends.” This sounds like a simple romance trope but Anne Marsh has woven a compelling story about these two people who have faced difficulties that most people can’t even imagine. Their path to an HEA isn’t straight but following the twists and turns in their relationship kept me glued to my ereader – I couldn’t put it down. If you’ve read the other books in the Smoke Jumpers / When SEALs Come Home series you MUST read this one. If you haven’t read them it doesn’t matter this is a great story about a smoking hot SEAL and I loved it. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review but I also purchased a copy because I loved the book. Note: as with the other books in this series there is liberal use of the F word. I only mention this because some people are offended by the use of strong language and then leave negative reviews.

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  • Heartwarming second-chance romance

    Kade and Abbie were high-school sweethearts who went their separate ways for years. Now, Abbie's five-months pregnant and widowed for less than that time, and Kade is back in town with his military service behind him but his injuries are keeping him from the career he loves. Abbie is tired of everyone pitying her and treating her with kid gloves, so she rebuffs all the care and concern with surliness and sarcasm. One of her best friends asks Kade to intervene and make sure she's OK - both physically and emotionally - and his determination to befriend her despite her lack of cooperation begins to crumble her walls and their old flame reignites. I loved the chemistry between these two and could easily see how they were destined to be together. They settled into their friends-with-benefits arrangement as expected, and their eventual HEA was based more on their familiar and comfortable relationship rather than any dramatic tension or obstacles. I really enjoyed the story, though it lacked some of the intensity and wit that I've found in this author's other works. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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