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    I couldn't put this book down either...I think I have a new book boyfriend..I can't wait to grab the next one and get right into his mind.
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    Loving is not the problem

    This is the 2nd book in The Bennetts series. It continues with the lives of Kerris and Walsh and how they are doing - apart. They have decided it is better to live different lives since Walsh cannot watch her have a baby and be happily married to his best friend. Neither one of them functioning well without the other, their lives showing the strain. Cam is on Kerris all the time about what he thinks she is thinking and doing. Their marriage is basically over. Now Cam is going to Paris, drinking, and moving on. Walsh knows if he is anywhere near her he will challenge Cam and make a move on Kerris. So he stays away. Travelling the globe and trying to heal along with his dad. They both lost the loves of their lives and do not want to be home. When tragedy strikes, it all hits the fan and anyway. Walsh comes home, even for a short time. How much more can he take before he implodes or explodes in a big way? This book is a better story if you have read the girst book in The Bennetts series. It can be read as a stand alone - but I promise - it is worth it to read in a row. I cannot believe I survived the ups and downs these characters are going through. I also love the story and the people too much to give up now. Cannot wait for the next one! ***This ARC copy was given free from Netgalley.com, and the author. My honest opinion was given and does not reflect Netgalley, nor its affiliates.
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    Part 2 of 2 of this riveting romance!

    This emotional and heartfelt romance is the second part of the story of Kerris and Walsh. This review will assume that you've read the first part of their journey When You Are Mine but will not reveal any spoilers about this book (with the exception of the fact that Kerris and Walsh get their happy ending). When we left off at the end of the first part of their story, Kerris had married Cam, her longtime friend and was trying desperately to put Walsh, Cam's best friend and the man who she feared held her heart out of her mind. She struggled with remaining loyal to Cam, not in body as she had always remained physically faithful, but in her heart. The friction between them all had come to a head and Walsh had left, seemingly for good, to enable Kerris and Cam to get on with their life together and start the family they both longed to belong to. What struck me most about this story was the growth and changes of the character's involved. Kerris has made decisions, ones she regrets but it is only in looking back that she can see her mistakes and figure out what she can do to repair them. Cam too must find his way in these difficult circumstances. He is bitter over what has transpired, and this bitterness has infected his marriage and his attitude towards all those around him. What happens in this book makes him take a good hard look at himself and see that he must change in order to survive. Walsh, ever in love with Kerris, has backed off to give her space. In doing so, he has given himself the chance to make amends with his father and discover a new facet of his parent's relationship. Walsh's undying affection for Kerris is of course the central theme in this love story and when they are finally able to admit their feelings to each other without fear of reprisal it is beautifully and wonderfully done. There are moments of laughter and tears throughout the story and in the end, the happy ending for Kerris and Walsh is so well deserved. Cam deserves his happy ending too, and it's wonderful to know that he will get a relationship he deserves in an upcoming book. I think it's safe to say that readers who made it through book 1 intact will be well pleased with this story and know that all the angst they went through, like that of the characters involved, was worth it in the end. 5 fabulous stars!

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