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    Screwed, Bittersweet

    Screwed by Jasinda Wilder is book for in her Dad Bod Contracting series. Every book in this series is about another couple and can be read as a standalone. For better understanding I recommend to read the books in order. The previous books are Hammered, Drilled and Nailed. Screwed tells James and Nova's heartwrenching story. James Bod is a man in his fourties, owns a construction company and raises his daughters. The widower is still hung up on the death of his wife, he simply can't let go. Nova Benson is through a lot herself. Calling her past rough is a understatement. She avoids marriage at all costs. Screwed is a emotional read, the most emotional of all books in this series. Reading baout James and Nova was bittersweet. Sweet because I was waiting for his story and bitter because now the series came to an end. Like the other books, Screwed is told in a single POV.
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    Dad Bod Series

    Great read. Enjoyed the series and story lines of each book.
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    Great series!

    Series is now complete. Loved the banter between friends. Nice to have realistic characters that are in their 40's.
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    Saving the best for last... 5+ stars!

    I knew going into Screwed that it was the fourth and final book in the Dad Bod series, but that still didn't fully prepare me for all the bittersweet feelings I had because saying goodbye to a characters who've made you fall in love with them is never easy. Don't tell the other guys this but I think Jasinda Wilder saved the best for last. Shhh! I mean, I loved the first three books, but this fourth one felt extra special. Maybe it's because James was the one I was always most curious about, and me being the angst addict that I am, I just had this feeling that his story would be the one that had the most angst, and boy, oh boy, was I right. I needed a couple of tissues while reading his story, but it wasn't merely his back story and his moving forward with his life that had me tearing up. There was Nova and the rest of the guys and their women, and gah! It was just everything about this novel that affected me. This book was so much than I was expecting, and given how high the bar was already set by the books the preceded it, suffice it to say that my expectations were nothing to sneeze at. I've read my fair share of Jasinda Wilder's books, but dare I say that this book in particular and this series as a whole is her at her best. i loved how she delved into each of her characters, but especially James and Nova, and the evolution of their relationship and as individuals. Rest assured that this does end in a happily-ever-after--and a much deserved one at that!--but nothing worth having is easy. Screwed puts your heart through the wringer, but it's simply worth it. Five-plus stars. ♥
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