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  • 2,5 ***

    I have really enjoyed the Copper Ridge series, getting to know the people, and reading about their journeys to love. I was excited about this story, because of Ace seemed like a fascinating character. But somehow, this story and I didn't connect at all. Ace and Sierra don't like each other. The banter between them is constant, but it is missing the humor and lightness, and fun in it, instead it is mostly rather rude, often mean, and mostly pointed out to bring the other one down, as a person. I have very low tolerance for mean people, and Ace just kept walking over that line again and again. And the redemption to correct past behavior, it wasn't enough for me, after everything that had happened, and had been said. Sierra was a rather spoiled. She runs away from home, because of the disappointment in her father, but only to her brother's house. And from there, to Ace's house. Struggling and determined to get on her own? Not really. There are incidents, that made me shake my head, and her wondering why people see her as a little girl, she should have stopped acting like one. So, when at 30% you realize, you don't like either character, it's going to be a task to finish the book, but I did. I really wanted to see, if there's a point where the boat turns, and they grow genuine feelings of love and caring for each other. Well. I have to say, the epilogue does give some hope for this couple and their future. But overall, this story didn't work for me, on the level of characters and predictability. ~ Two Spoons with a teaspoon on the side

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  • One Night Charmer

    This novel was emotionally raw. Yates has the ability to write emotions that pack a punch while still making you laugh. The heartfelt tale of these two individuals was heartbreaking and hopeful when taken separately, together they were astounding. Her seamless plot brings this all forward while bringing the small town of Copper Ridge to life, with all its edges and corners. The sense of completeness that she develops is fantastic. The characters in this novel were also fantastically well developed. They were approachable and easy to relate to, but also slightly broken individuals. I love how the in depth character backgrounds play into their combined present. I also enjoyed their realistic actions and reactions to situations, be they emotionally charges or a simple business decision. Above all, I enjoyed seeing these two come together as they healed themselves (albeit in less than ideal circumstances, but that just made it better). Talk about a novel that really packs a punch. This is a must read for those who enjoy small town romance, whether you’ve been introduced to Yates’ work in the past or not. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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