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    Not Bad, but Needed Stronger Romance & Nicer Hero

    K Is for Karin was a satisfying denouement to the author's Book Convention Romance series in that it wrapped up all the loose ends from the previous books, but I felt that the romance itself in this one simply wasn’t as strong as the other couples’ stories were. Mike is one of the biggest jerk heroes I’ve ever read in a romance novel. He does numerous things I wanted to smack him upside the head for, and he doesn't really come to his senses until the very end of the story. My personality is very different from Karin’s, making it a little difficult to relate to some of her choices, but I did mostly like her. She's a woman looking for a place to belong, and she finds that and more when she serendipitously locates her long-lost biological sister, whose husband happens to be best friends with Mike. Karin and Mike's romantic relationship didn’t really do much for me. It mostly felt like just sex without any real romantic interludes or a strong emotional connection. What I did like about the story and why I was able to give it three stars is the secondary characters. I enjoyed seeing all the past series' characters living their HEAs. Molly and Kade bring a little of the romance that was lacking in the main hero/heroine pairing back into the story, plus we're treated to Randy and Oscar's wedding. Mike's daughter, Heather, was a breath of fresh air, too, and as always, I loved the animal characters. The writing itself is solid, so overall, this was a worthwhile wrap-up to the series. If only Mike had been a more likable person and his relationship with Karin had been an actual romance instead of just sex, I know I would have liked this one just as much as the others in the series.

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