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    Best Ransom Book Yet

    I couldn't wait to get stuck into the new Ransom book and The Ransome Brothers certainly didn't disappoint. It has been a while since I read the last book so my memory was a bit sketchy so I quickly skimmed the last book in the series although the main thread was recapped early on. I love the fact that this story is told from everyone's perspective so you get a good mix of your favourite characters and some new ones to boot! I won't give any spoilers but there is one chapter with 3 of the brothers that had me roaring with laughter! Another fantastic read from Rachel Schurig and I really hope this isn't the last we see of the Ransome family.
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    Best book in the series!

    I started reading Rachel’s books a while back (I started with the three girls trilogy), and it was the first time ever I felt compelled to write to an author to tell her how amazing her books were. I have read all of her books since and have become an ARC reader for her. When I started reading this latest instalment, I didn’t think it would be possible for her to blow me away any more than she had done that first time I discovered her, however, with this book she has taken her writing to a new level. It is more sophisticated and refined. She has really honed the Ransome brother’s story and brought it together in the sixth book of their story. It is an accumulation of all of their thoughts, and each chapter is from a different perspective, even the girlfriends get a look in. It is so nice, also to get to know the dad on a different level other than the workaholic tyrant that he has been made out to be in the past. This was definitely my favourite book in the series as it isn’t just one of the boys meeting a girl and falling in love, but it is all of their stories coming together as one and coping with the fallout from the events of the last book that affected Lennon but in turn them all. If you have read the other Ransom books or any of Rachel’s books I highly recommend this one also!

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