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    Excellent

    Excellent book! Third in the Blue Spruce Lodge series but easily read standalone. This is a wonderfully crafted story with amazing characters and a plotline that will grab your attention right from the start. The relationships that develop between Trigg and his daughter Sky as well as Wren, Sky's aunt, are beautiful and fun to read about. Having just found out about his daughter has thrown his whole life into a tailspin but Trigg is giving it all he has. He's left his professional snowboarding career behind to come home and work in the family business while he gets to know his daughter. Will he be able to handle everything that is thrown at him? What about Wren? His growing attraction to her is hard to ignore. Can all of this come together letting everyone find their happy? I highly recommend you grab a copy of this one and find out.
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    Romantic story in beautiful setting

    In Too Deep by Dani Collins is the third book in The Blue Spruce Series. As always Dani Collins has written a story full of life, and In Too Deep is a great addition to the Blue Spruce Lodge series. The lodge is warm and welcoming and it is fascinating to read about the inner workings. The cast of characters are like a family, with all that implies. And of course the surrounding and the scenery are breath-taking. In this story we learn Trigg Johanssen has a twelve-year-old daughter he knows nothing about. Wren Snow is at wit’s end with her niece, Sky, and takes the manager’s job at Blue Spruce Lodge so Sky can get to know her father. Trigg takes his new-found responsibilities seriously, but Sky is a handful. Throw in the chemistry that flames as Trigg and Wren try to co-parent, outside forces that threaten the ski resort Trigg is rebuilding, and a marriage of convenience and you know things are not going to go smoothly. Did Wren make the right decision bringing Sky to the lodge? Can she and Trigg make this work and give Sky the love and family she needs? In Too Deep is an enjoyable romantic story that works wonderfully as a standalone and is also the perfect continuation to the Blue Spruce Lodge series. Dani Collins always keeps me turning pages as fast as I can and leaves me completely satisfied, and this book was no exception. Thanks to LibraryThing for providing a copy of In Too Deep via Smashwords. I was not required to write a review and all opinions are my own.
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    Loved It

    5 star review of In Too Deep (Blue Spruce Lodge #3) by Dani Collins Dani Collins is a new author to me and I am not sure why that is. As soon as time permits I will be going back and getting the first two books in the series. This is Wren Snow and Trigg Johanssen’s story and what a tangled story it is.Wren has been left as guardian to her 12 year old niece Skylar, who is pushing the boundaries and driving her mad with her bad behaviour. She seeks out Trigg (who turns out to be Sky’s father) in the hopes that he can help. Wren is the new manager at Trigg’s Blue Spruce Lodge and although Trigg is finding it difficult being thrust into a fatherly role (he only just learned of Sky’s existence) he also has to face the fact that despite himself he is attracted to Wren. This book was told in 3 points of view which is a little unusual and took me a while to get my head around but once I did I was captivated and honestly I feel this was right for this story. I really liked Wren and felt the pain and suffering that she had been through. Trigg in the beginning was an arrogant jerk whom I wanted to smack across the head. Sky was your typical pre teen complete with attitude and yet I really felt for the vulnerable young girl beneath the brash and often rude surface. This was an emotional read at times with all parties struggling to come to terms with their new realities. It’s hard to blend a family together and even harder when outside forces are trying to drive them apart. As the relationship between Trigg and Wren develops, will Sky put a damper on it before it can even grow?
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    Character Growth

    This book is Dani's third in her Blue Lodge series. It's Trigg, Wren and Sky's story with the background of a wedding. I really enjoyed the way Dani weaved the new content with the older. It was like coming home to read about your old friends. I have to admit to not liking Sky at the beginning of the book. The growth of the three main characters was wonderful & welcomed.
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    Fun Mountain Romance

    In Too Deep is an enjoyable read. I believe this is the last book in the Blue Spruce Lodge series and I found it to be the most enjoyable book in the series. It did a nice job of updating you on what the previous characters are up to, which I always appreciate. I think this book would be fine as a stand alone as well. I did not like Trigg (our hero) much at all in past books. He seemed like just a typical playboy/man baby living a cliche frat boy lifestyle only lacking a frat. I ended up actually liked him quite a lot in this book. He managed to grow up quite a bit from the beginning of the story to the end. He definitely managed to man up in the end when it came to his daughter and his other responsibilities. Wren (our heroine) I always found likable. Wren had a difficult past but she always managed to put up with her bratty niece and do what was right for Sky. (Sky was at a tough age and seriously was the type of kid you hope you are never trapped with for any amount of time.) I liked Trigg and Wren together and felt like they belonged together and not just because of Sky. They helped each other grow to be better people and parents and really brought out the best in each other. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes well written and thought out romance. I received an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
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