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    Amazing

    This book pulled me from the first word till the last. Ella Miles hit this one out the park. I love how Sean showed Olive his true self and let her decide if she wanted to take their relationship further. Love all the twist and turns in this book. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Sean has made 'arrogant jerk' into an art form

    I have really mixed emotions about this book. Arrogant jerks don't make good romantic heroes in real life. That's the voice of experience talking. Because of that, I get extremely uncomfortable reading them as the male romantic lead. Sean has made 'arrogant jerk' into an art form and he is so skilled at it that I hated him for pretty much the whole book. I always consider it a rousing success for the author when I have this kind of gut-level reaction to a character. Olive starts the book as the definition of a doormat. I fully sympathize with her people-pleasing tendencies. Sean's bad behavior is good for one thing: it snaps the steel back into Olive's spine and makes her stand up for herself. While I was cringing over his latest jerk-ish antics, I was also laughing at the snappy, sassy banter during their interactions. I loved watching Olive regain her self-confidence. I'll admit I was as confused as Sean during his "a-hah!" moment, but it was a joy to witness him realize just how far he'd come from when he first met Olive in the airport. I received a complimentary copy of this book.
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