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    This was another good story from Alice Clayton. I look forward to reading the last book and the conclusion to Jack and Grace's story.
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    Perfectly filled with..

    Two people that are flawed on their own, but without flaw when they are together. Somehow Alice Clayton took the bone of a romance, added meat, potatoes, carrots, and a tasty gravy to make these two characters work. They are flawed. They make mistakes. They have low self esteem when it comes to certain things. But that love? That love exists a a reality that I've become addicted to. I have one question though. And it's deserved of an answer. I've read all of the cocktail series (what? You haven't?! For the love of Stan Mikita! Stop reading my review and download them all! Each one. Go. Now. I'll wait.). But here's my question for Alice: can we have a book four dedicated to Grace and Jack? How they're doing after seven years. If they're parents, or dog parents. Or not together? How's their career? These are important questions! In this day and age, when the written word should be enjoyed, pondered upon, and shared; books are something our world needs more of. Instead of immediate gratification from social media, we should be savouring a novel. Not just posting a picture of it and placing it on the to be read stack on that one chair that everyone has in their bedroom. It's just a thought. 5 hockey pucks from me.
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