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    So great!

    I loved the first book, Wood, Screws, & Nails, but there was something truly special about Hook, Line, & Sinker. Based on the description I was expecting a lot more of an enemies to lovers relationship, which honestly is one of my least favorite tropes. However, both Cas and Blake realize that many, many years have passed and that neither one of them is the same person they were as teenagers. Other than an initial gruff meeting these two get along great and I loved that they went so quickly into a friendship and let bygones be bygones. Of course this all gets started with the help of Blake’s mom, Karina, and I absolutely loved her! She seems like an amazing mom and I love how much she would meddle but then try and keep the most innocent face whenever Blake would try to question her about it; she was just hilarious. Probably the biggest reason behind why I loved this book so much is the relationship between Cas and Blake who I think are just perfect together. I was pleasantly surprised by Blake who was way more of a soft heart and a romantic then I was expecting. During a camping trip things move quickly into sex for these two when they realize how compatible in the bedroom (or tent) they are, but both of these men are quick to admit they want something more and I really appreciated that in the story. Of course things get derailed when Cas’s work sends him out of state for what should only be 2 months but ends up getting dragged out. Watching them struggle to make things work while being separated had me wishing to hug them both and make everything all better. Everything is not perfect and they have their ups and downs, especially when Blake’s insecurities start to kick in. But at their core both of these men are incredibly caring and loving and it was a joy to watch them find each other.

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