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    Too Bad Soo Sad

    Love, love loved it! Anything Lani Lynn Vale writes is excellent and you will want to read it!!!!
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    it was just ok

    I felt like there were some inconsistencies. For example, it is stressed that she is really, really shy but does not act like it at all. I also felt the story was lacking something, especially when they actually connected and started falling in love during their second blind date. Yet the author skipped this signifcant turning point, providing us a few sentences of how the dinner made them feel closer to each other. I would have liked to live through that date, their conversations, their emotions. Overall the book was just okay. You may enjoy it.
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    4.5 stars

    I loved Too Bad, So Sad by Lani Lyn Vale, it had everything I want to read in a story like this. The constant amusing banter between Tyler Cree and Reagan Alvarez had me laughing out loud at times. Reagan’s determination to complete her thesis at the expense of the law gave me the giggles and left a happy smile on my face. She was one determined little lady. After being burned once, Tyler’s had enough of pretty women and steers away from relationships, not wanting to let anyone get too close. But, Reagan keeps trespassing on his property and she’s hard to ignore. But he tries anyway!! Botanist, Reagan isn’t really interested in the handsome guy who makes her feel thinks she’s not felt before. She’s not used to guys like him, give her a plant and she’s fine. But a flesh and blood specimen is a whole new arena. She understand moss not men. Tyler always follows the rules, it’s the way he lives his life and he’s happy with it. Until Reagan comes traipsing through his yard. She’s enough to make him rethink all his ideas about what he wants out of life and when hers is threatened what will he do to protect her? I loved how these two played off one another and how their friends kept pushing them together. The constant push and pull plus the chemistry were all the perfect ingredients that make a great story. I absolutely adored it and the characters and was sad to reach the end.
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    Love it!

    Great story! Love hearing about the Free kids and can’t wait for more 2nd Gen stories.
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    Tyler and Reagan

    Reagan Rose Alvarez was always a girl that pushed all the buttons of those that were around her. That and she was always too smart for her own good. Tyler Cree is someone that is just kind of living. Then he finds a smart mouthed Reagan on his property, and things start to look a little less mundane. He doesn't want to want her, but she wormed her way into his life. Reagan sees that Tyler is only living a partial life, and all she wants to do is heal him. And Reagan is still trying to be able to live a life without fearing someone from her past wouldn't return to finally ruin her life. Together they can heal the parts of each other that they can. How does Vale do it? She just has this way of creating characters they you just connect with. Even though Reagan is a character that you have meet before, though it was when she was a child. Tyler was just a character that at first was in the background. Yet when they are brought to the forefront you can't help but want their story.
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