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    Love Great Reads!

    Cynthia Giles really thinks Seth McBride is hot! Those two nights prove that. Yet, she thinks he looks at her just like all of his other hook ups. Will Seth decide she's the one? Will Cynthia finally see him and not who he was?
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    Emotional and fun

    Summit of Seduction is an emotional look into the lives of Cynthia and Seth. I'm not sure what I expected when I read the description, but what I got was so much more. The author hooks you immediately when you find yourself riding along with Cynthia and Seth to check out a new litter of puppies - reading that, you'd think you're going to have a light-hearted, sweet romance with not a lot of strife or stress. But instead, the author weaves so many complications into the storyline, before you know it you are caught up in some pretty stressful and emotional situations, and you find yourself feeling them right along with Cynthia and Seth. I love Seth. It is just that simple. I will tell you now that I haven't read the previous book in the Stone Summit series, so certain aspects of Seth's personality may have been introduced in that book. But, I have trouble seeing him as the player that the book description, and every character in the book, portrays him. It is clear as soon as we met Seth that he is angling to form a deeper relationship with Cynthia, and as their lives are turned upside down, Seth does everything right. The author has created a hero that knows his feelings and is confident enough in his feelings to do what he needs to do to win the girl. One of my favorite quotes by Seth is, "... isn't the reason I'm trying to convince you I'm a good guy with actual feelings for you. You are the reason. I've never met anyone worth setling down for. Until you. You are every reason, Cynthia. Just you." Makes me want to swoon and find a Seth of my own. Seth is incredibly supportive of Cynthia throughout all of her issues in this story, and doesn't allow her to push him away when a weaker man would walk away when the woman he loves tries again and again to walk away, or push him away. Seth is a hero that every reader would like to have as her own! The author uses an engaging writing style to keep the reader engaged and I especially love one part of the story where the author uses "positives" to be negative. Cynthia is reading about the potential "positive" results of a situation, and surmises that its only positive if you are assuming the person in the situation sees a positive result as a positive situation - which she does not. She talks about "positives that aren't positive at all..." I can't say more without providing spoilers but the author really does a wonderful job of conveying the angst that Cynthia was feeling throughout the story. This is a difficult book to provide specifics in a review about without providing spoilers, but sufficed to say, this is an emotionally compelling story about two people who feel they aren't suited for each other, when the reality is they may not be suited for anyone else. Elena Aitken provides us a fantastic new visit into the lives of the residents of Cedar Springs and gives us a check-in on several of our favorite residents from previous books and an inkling of what may be to come in future visits to Cedar Springs. Disclosure: I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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    Good character development

    Cynthia isn't having the best time right now. Her mother is terminally ill, her business is adding stress, and now Seth is acting like he's interested. Which can't possibly be true. Seth is a womanizer and can't stick with one woman for long. Cynthia found this out the hard way. After going on a date with him, she walks into a restaurant to find him on date with another woman the very next day. Sadly Cynthia doesn't learn her lesson and this happened twice. She's not about to let it happen again. But puppies, a sick mom, and best friends moving have a way of pulling the unlikeliest people together. The story was short, but entertaining. I enjoyed the interaction between the couple and romance was sweet. The author was able to weave the romantic in with the sad and have it mesh well. While parts were sad, it didn't bring down the whole book. And the relationship between the couple didn't lesson the depths of grief the characters felt either. It was nicely done and romance readers will enjoy getting another look into the lives of the people from this series. I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.
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