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    Finally Zoe and Spock's story!! I've been waiting - rather impatiently - since I read the last page of One Night. I definitely was NOT disappointed. Their story is emotional, fun, sad, and perfect. After the death of her brother Wyatt, Zoe's life seems to be spiraling out of control. When Spock shows up at the funeral, it seems he might be the one person who can help her get life back to normal. With secrets between them, will their newly confessed love be able to survive?? Believe me when I say you want to read this one and find out. I highly recommend it.
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    Emotionally intense but a happy ending

    Zoe and Spock (real name Zach, but as that is Zoe's twin brother's name, she continues to use his comic-con identity from their initial meeting) were secondary characters in One Night , the first story in this series, and quickly became favorites. I was so pleased to see them getting their own story which is easily read as a standalone and takes place several months after the end of One Night. A lot has happened for Zoe recently, and not all of it has been good. Most importantly, she lost her brother Wyatt to an adrenaline fueled stunt gone wrong, one she was aware he had planned and never talked him out of performing. As a result, she carries an overwhelming sense of guilt for his death. Her friend Spock had been on tour with his band, but at the news of her brother's death left the tour to come and be with her as she copes with her new reality. She's moved in with a new roommate, a tattoo artist who is happy to take Zoe in hand and not averse to giving her some ink to help her remember her brother. She's also got a new job, as an artist for a children's program, a position she's taken in hopes that it will give her back her artistic mojo that has been missing since her brother died. Spock's presence in Zoe's life is a steadying one, as she deals with death and grief in ways that start to border on unhealthy. And as they start to connect on a more intimate level, revelations about Spock's past and Zoe's own issues threaten to derail their relationship. It will be up to Zoe to take action to make it possible to have a happy future with Spock. This was a really emotional new adult story, told from Zoe's viewpoint as she navigates this new stage of her life - losing her brother and the guilt associated with that, losing her roommate Jess (to a relationship and not death, but still a loss) and the reality of being in a family that has addiction problems. Both her parents have struggled with addiction, and Zoe herself had a bad bout with alcohol before cutting herself off cold turkey, to prevent what could be a future of alcoholism. Every time she has a major life change she also tends to change something about herself - her hair or her body or her persona to some degree, as a coping mechanism. I really liked Zoe's character, conflicted as she is, and her willingness to continue to put one foot in front of the other and try to move forward. Her inability to see her own problems starts to blind her though, and it is her friends Jess and Adam, her new roommate, and especially Spock who gently make her aware that she's not going to be able to fix everything on her own. Spock is wonderful, a kind, decent, and caring man. It's obvious that he wants more than just friendship from Zoe and is equally unable to resist taking their relationship to the next level. They share some steamy scenes as they become more emotionally involved with each other. It was sometimes difficult to read as Zoe started to break down, but I really liked how the story came together, the healing that had to happen giving way to a happy ending for this couple that are perfect for each other. 4.5 stars for this sometimes heartwrenching but satisfying story.

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