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    Love this couple

    When Rebecca’s sisters leave her stranded at a forced vacation on the beach, the last thing she thought would happen was she would run into Phil who had broken her young heart. There is a lot of history between their families and Phil’s ultimate reaction to it had been to force her to make an impossible decision and then he just left. Now they have the opportunity to find closure and they begin to work toward that end. However, this closure is looking a lot like involvement and it’s possible that Rebecca’s heart is going to get broken all over again when her vacation is over. This couple reunites with lots of anger and the story has a great enemies to lovers vibe going on. However, it doesn’t take long for them to quickly move into a more comfortable position of friends. I enjoyed watching as they both struggled through their awkwardness at wanting more but knowing that wasn’t what this was about. Rebecca is a heroine who simply isn’t sure what she wants out of life and I could actually understand her because not every woman is meant to have a power career. Some just want to be a wife and mother. It was really kind of nice watching her as she learned to reach for what she wanted. The fact that Phil was the one to help her do that reaching was awesome. He helped to direct her on that path and I do love a hero who recognizes what the heroine needs and sets out to do what they can to help her. There is a bit of angst as they must once more face the past and their decisions from that time as well as the decisions they will make now. The pace of this book is very easy and it can be read within a short afternoon. Rebecca’s and Phil’s chemistry is quite sizzling and interestingly, it is Phil’s additional determination that she take what she needs that helps to ignite the smexy scenes. I am excited about what the rest of these sisters will face as they each find their heroes.

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