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    Contemporary Romance

    The Girl He Needs by Kristi Rose No Strings Attached Series #2 Josie Woodmere’s is on a quest that began a couple of years before. She is looking for her older brother but also hopes to find out just who she really is and what she wants to do with her life. After traveling to various parts of the USA and working four different jobs she finds herself stranded on the side of the road while on her way to Florida. A fortuitous ride offered by the McRae brothers, Brinn and his brother Vann, finds he in Daytona where she takes two jobs, eventually meets up with her brother Will, makes some friends and starts a no-strings-attached relationship with Brinn. Josie tells this story in first person present tense so reading is in the here and now whether Josie is meeting new people, dealing with feelings, making love or experiencing new things. Josie seems, to me, to be rather self-indulgent at first and focused on her needs and wants but as the story progresses she grows as a character and becomes someone I believe I would enjoy getting to know better and perhaps have as a friend. Brinn is a man who has had to assume a great deal of responsibility from an early age and because of this has trouble letting his hair down. Having fun is foreign to him as he is always working and keeps his eye on the ultimate goal. That said, he is more than willing to take Josie up on her no-strings-attached offer. He has future to pursue and eventually he will have huge decisions to make about just what he wants to do with his future and how he plans to achieve it. Both Josie and Brinn go into their relationship with open eyes but sometimes a person can have tunnel vision and miss what is sneaking up up on them in the periphery or from behind and be surprised – and – that is just what happens to Josie and Brinn. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books books for the ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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