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  • loved the idea but...didn't deliver

    I lovex the idea behind tbis and the chemistry was decent but Thor wasn't well developed for me but the major issue I had was the story line with Harper's paremts. Her dad wanted to fix her deafness, or tHat was Harper's perception . The author completely ignores the existence of cochlear implants, which with a person who becomes deaf at 3 with folks like hers, they would have in real life higly likely chosen, but tis was never addressed. I was hoing she'd mention it in the athor's notes but nope. It was hard to feel her plight when it was vaseless in the real world. Despite this i'd try another book from her and I'm curious about Griffin's story with the two women.

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  • Loved the characters

    I really liked this book a lot. I decided to read this book because I really enjoyed the last book that I read by this author and I ended up liking this book just as much. This is a romance that just feels real which is really nice. I also loved the fact that this story is set in my hometown of St. Louis because it is really wonderful to see familiar landmarks worked into a story. This was a book that I was able to read for hours at a time and found it to be a really satisfying romance. Harper was a great character. She is deaf and has had to work harder at some things in her life because of it. She is a pharmacy student who also works with deaf children at the local Y. Her roommate talks her into going with her to see a hot new band at a local club. She can't hear the music but she enjoys feeling it. She locks eyes with the guitar player in the band during the performance and he goes to find her as soon as it is over. Thor works on cars by day and plays music at night. He doesn't really do relationships but there is something about Harper that wants to know better. Thor is also dealing with some pretty series family issues that has really had a big impact on his life. I loved Thor's character and thought he was a genuinely nice guy who is willing to make an effort. I thought Harper and Thor were great as a couple. They have a lot of chemistry together and everything seemed to click between them from the very start. They both have family issues that they are dealing with although the situations are very different. They both come to each other with a bit of baggage. I liked how natural this pair were together and thought that the way they worked to communicate really added to the story. I really liked the way this book came together. It was a lot of fun to watch this pair get to know each other and I think that the way the book was told from both Harper and Thor's point of views really worked well. The pacing of the story was well done with a nice balance of romance, family issues, and sexy times. I really enjoyed the descriptions regarding communication between the pair. I would recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance. I thought that this was a really sweet but sexy story with amazing characters. I look forward to reading more from Marie Meyer soon. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) - Forever Yours via NetGalley.

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