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    Amazing Start to the Willow Creek Series!

    “Last to Know” was an amazing start to the Willow Creek series, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading Maddox and Emma’s story. Maddox and Emma were phenomenal characters, and I couldn’t help but fall in love with them from the very beginning. Maddox was sweet, kind, funny, and extremely handsome, plus he could sing and play instruments; all winning attributes in my opinion. ;) Emma was somewhat shy and sweet, but could be sarcastic and humorous when she wanted to; plus she was a book nerd, which I loved. :) I loved both of their personalities and they complemented each other extremely well. Their chemistry together was also excellent, and I enjoyed their banter with one another. The storyline was awesome and I couldn’t help but sit back and enjoy the adventures Maddox and Emma went on together. They were very relatable characters, and I loved going on their journey with them. It was a fun and wild ride, and one I wouldn’t take back anytime soon. The secondary characters were wonderful as well, and I will be looking forward to reading Mathias, Hayes, and Ezra’s stories in the books to come. The only part of the book I didn’t really care for was the conflict. I thought Emma blew the situation way out of proportion and was a bit overly dramatic about it. I would have been angry and hurt as well, but I still think she could have handled it better. Micalea Smeltzer’s writing style was once again amazing, and I truly loved reading “Last to Know!”
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