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    Meant For You

    Meant For You is hot and steamy with a bit of angst. I loved Dane and Everly's story, watching them go from friends to lovers but there was a particular scene that I wasn't all the way sold on that ultimately dimmed my overall enjoyment. However it's still an enjoyable read, one that I recommend. I cannot wait to read the next book in the series.
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    This is my favorite book in the series

    This is a “do not miss book” for all hopeless romantics. I was so invested in Dane and Everly’s relationship. In fact, I’d even dare to say that I’m their biggest cheerleader. It took a while for poor misguided Dane to figure out what a big heart Everly has so there are a few hits and misses. But I have to applaud him for being the first to realise that they were meant to be with each other. This is my favourite book in the series. Thank you, Sherilee Gray, for your wonderful, hopeful love stories. Advanced Review Copy provided for voluntary review consideration.
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    A complicated love

    I'm not going to lie, I was nervous about this book. We got glimpses of Dane in the first two books and they weren't flattering. He is a major hothead and just reacted in a juvenile way. Thankfully we got some growth in his character from book 2 to this book. He's still pretty quick to trigger with his temper but he handles it better. For not expecting to like Dane, I actually thought he was the best part of this book. The growth we got to see helped, but it was also the way you see how much he cares for Everly. I do enjoy a possessive and protective alpha, and that's what you get with Dane. I did have a harder time with Everly. She's nice and sweet but her actions a few times also came off a bit juvenile to me. I also had a really hard time accepting how she handled the conflict towards the end. The good thing about Everly is that you never doubt her feelings for Dane either. These two were crazy about each other, they just needed to grow up a bit more and communicate better. This was more of a 3.5 stars for me due to some of that immaturity, but I tend to lean more towards older, more mature issues these days. There is no denying that this author knows how to ramp up the steam factor in her books and you get that heat between both Dane and Everly.
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    Once in a lifetime love!

    I’ve been waiting for Dane and Everly’s story since the first book in this series and it was everything I hoped it would be! Dane protected Everly while living in a foster home together. There are some really dark moments to their story but that protective instinct that was bred in him during those days has carried over into the years following. Add in that everyone he’s cared about has been taken away from him at some point and he’s walking an emotional tightrope. Everly too has her own insecurities and fears. Dane had promised to never leave her and yet he did. To take a chance on him is to trust that he won’t abandon her again. But now their relationship is so much more than that of teenagers supporting each other through a nightmare, they are now looking at each other as adults and all that that entails. ’Excited Everly was a sight to see, always had been. But now I was looking at her in a way that wasn’t just friendly, and it did things to me. Seriously hard, painful things.’ I have to say that I absolutely adored Dane. Yes, he’s got issues, but at the very core of him is his driving need to care and protect Everly, even if that means protecting her from himself. While he’s made some poor decisions in the past, he’s trying to be what Everly needs. But when things take a turn he realizes he’s never going to be the man she deserves. ’I wanted to protect her from anything that would hurt her and ---- up anyone who already had. What was I supposed to do when the thing that had hurt her most was me?’ This couple were meant to be together. Full stop. What they have is beautiful, a once in a lifetime love that has carried them through the worse and has the potential to carry them through the future. There is some angst as they each have to face their own weaknesses and figure out how to overcome them. My heart hurt in the beginning when Everly was so very lost from Dane’s absence in her life and then it cracked wide open when Dane later has to face his own demons. I loved how Everly grew throughout this story. She became the woman she was meant to be and she was able to stand strong when it really mattered. The fact that Dane recognized his overprotectiveness was hindering his relationship with her and was struggling to correct it, endeared him even more to me. Because while I love a protective hero, in this case it was causing problems and I needed him to acknowledge it. ’I knew I was over-the-top possessive. Insanely protective. But trying to rein that … in, controlling it to the best of my ability, did not stop it. It was still there, roaring inside me.’ This was a wonderful read, so full of steam between the hero and heroine that I’m sure I was actually blushing a time or two…while in the isolation of my own home. There are a lot of smexy scenes but I never skimmed because each scene showcased the evolution of this couple’s emotions as they grow closer together. This also has all the characters from the previous books as well as a couple of new ones that I am desperate to get my hands on.
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    ...an inspiring tale of redemption.

    Wrapped in heartache is an inspiring tale of redemption. Meant for You does haunting, like only Sherilee Gray can. Dane and Everly take emotions on a grueling journey. Out of darkness rises a light that refuses to be extinguished. It would be so easy to get lost in the broken, but somehow Gray rises above all the bruises and finds a way to engulf hearts in hug that is never-ending and forever changing. From the abyss of despair emerges a thing of beauty that has no trouble uplifting us all.
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