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    They make magic together!

    This is book two in The One’s Who Got Away series and it features Wes and Rebecca. I loved the romance between these two. Wes was amazingly sexy and he and Rebecca made magic together. I loved the job Wes had working with the kids. I just couldn’t get in to the Long Acre part of the story line. It felt a little out of place to me in this beautiful romance. The characters were fantastic! I look forward to reading more from this author.
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    A very emotional story.

    The One You Can't Forget is book two in The Ones Who Got Away series but it can be read as a standalone. I highly recommend reading book one though, just so you have all of the back ground on the four women who became friends due to a horrible tragedy at their high school prom. Each of them will get their own story. I can't say enough good things about this series and this book. It's not an erotic romance like Roni Loren's Loving on the Edge series but it has plenty of heat. It also has characters that seem very real to me. Rebecca is a hot-shot divorce attorney; she's also a survivor of the Long Acre High shootings. She has no life outside of her work and her friendships with three other Long Acre survivors. Wesley is a recovering alcoholic. He lost everything when his wife's attorney crucified him in divorce court. Like book one, this story ripped me up and then put me back together again. Roni Loren is a master story teller who knows how to write moving stories that engage all of your emotions. I was totally invested in the outcome for these characters and I desperately needed them to find peace (especially Rebecca-she has a secret that is tearing her apart) and their HEA. There is simply no way for me to do justice to this book with anything that I'd write. I can't wait for the next book to come out. A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book.
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    So poignant

    I really enjoyed The One You Can’t Forget and felt it was a great follow up to the previous book in the series. Roni Loren does a fantastic job of addressing really hard topics in an honest and genuine way. Rebecca still struggles with PTSD after being shot at her high school prom and it’s affected every part of her life. Not only that but Rebecca carries around guilt over the shooting and this sits heavily on her soul. I was really intrigued by how Loren addresses the ideas of troubled kids, second chances, bullying, and guilt. There was a lot of emotional weight to this story which sometimes made it hard to read but also enhanced it. While I initially struggled to connect with Rebecca, I came to really like her as a character. She’s pretty closed off at first but you can see glimpses of the sweet and generous woman she is through her actions. Life has taught Rebecca to keep others at a distance so she’s reluctant to get involved with Wes at first but she also can’t seem to stay away from the first man to interest in her awhile. I loved Wes’s realness, honesty and his playful side that slowly started to emerge as the book went on. When Wes got divorced he lost everything, his restaurant, his money, and his future as a successful chef, not to mention he spiraled into a drinking problem. He’s finally found balance in his life but he still craves more than his teaching job. Wes and Rebecca had really great chemistry and as two people who’ve been alone for awhile they found a surprising peace with each other. From the beginning I’ve been impressed with how Roni Loren weaves these stories together. She covers topics that are deep and tragic but still finds ways to create uplifting stories that don’t get bogged down and I’m so excited to read more!
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