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    Wonderful

    An absolutely wonderful friends to lovers story. Gabby and Flynn worked so well together and the more they tried to resist their relationship changing the more difficult being together became. They have been best friends since kindergarten and while they have both been attracted to the other they never wanted to jeopardize their friendship to pursue the attraction. Their family and the rest of the town feels certain they belong together if they will just give it a chance. A book you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it.
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    Love it!

    Tracking You, the story of Gabby Cosette and Flynn O'Grady is a delightful, touching, fun, emotional, and passionate tale about friends for life, family, small town living, and finding the happily forever after with you best friend. I absolutely adore this series, the fact that Tracking You is as wonderful story as Puppy Love (book one) - filled with deep emotions and charming characters - was no surprise to me, but it still managed to steal my breath away with poignant, stirring storytelling. Flynn O'Grady and Gabby Cosette have been the best friends ever since they first time met, in kindergarten. The connection they have is unique, their lives have twined together into a beautiful, harmonic balance over the years. The attraction they have for each other is better left untouched, there is no need to rock the boat, right?! What I loved the most about Flynn and Gabby is how they never let the other one feel ignored, how they see each other to the core of the other's being, not the disabilities or handicaps, but the person inside. They celebrate that person, they take care of each other, they constantly look out for each other. It's like the other person's happiness is their own, fulfilling their needs, making themselves complete as long as the other is happy. And this symposium is truly working for them. You can imagine the spark, the fireworks they create when they finally dare to act upon the attraction and deeper feelings that have been building up inside them nearly all their lives. And the inferno they fall into when things don't work as they hoped and when the people's discrimination and doubts against handicapped are voiced, when for the first time ever they have to ignore the other to survive the heartbreak. The O'Grady brother's bond is as strong as ever. I love the fun banter between them. They are always there for each other, either to give hell or support, whatever is needed. Flynn's connection to little Hailey is so tender and poignant, it had me in tears. Overall the dialog is delicious, I was constantly anticipating what on earth comes out of their mouth's the next time. Confession - I read the book twice. I just started over when I finished the first time. Honestly, I'm blown away with the connection I feel to this series and to these characters. It is the earnest love, care, and consideration they have for each other, how their enjoy life, living, and loving. How deeply they feel both joy and sadness, and how well those feelings are balanced in the tale. There is a great energy of acceptance and approval within the tight circle of friends and family. If there is one thing a reader can take home from this story it is the fact that we all have handicaps, each of us is disabled in one way or other, but not to focus on those things that might make us less than 'perfect' but celebrate what we are, who we truly are inside. I said at the end of Puppy Love that I was in awe of the story, well folks, that wonderment has not worn off. I am in love and highly anticipating for the series to continue. Can I give more than five spoons for this one?! ~ Five Spoons!
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    Contemporary Romance

    Gabby Cosette and Flynn O’Grady have been friends since first grade. They know one another well but their friendship is JUST a friendship. Maybe once or twice one or the other the other has thought “what if” but with their friendship and close work relationship a relationship with “more” might destroy the comfortable cozy situation they have grown to treasure. That begins to change when others help them take another look at one another and when they look they begin to see the potential that has always been there but hidden. Whether or not they can find a HEA is up to them. And, even though they know one another well they still have trouble communicating completely when some topics are raised. This is a small town friends-to-lovers story that includes a group of matchmakers, veterinarian brothers, potential love interests for future stories, and close supportive friendships. This was a fun easy read that will appeal to those looking for a fun way to spend the day. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books-Lyrical for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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    Friends to Lovers

    Loved this story of friends to lovers. They have known each other since first grade and did not want to ruin what they had as friends and coworkers. Gabby has always been known as the good girl and Flynn, who is deaf, has been known as the outsider always wanting to please everyone. They make the perfect couple that you will fall in love with. I so enjoyed the love of animals they both share. There is plenty of laugh out loud lines as they fall in love. I did shed a few tears though too, for the love of animals that Kelly Moran shows. This is the second book in the series, I now need to go back and read the first story because I am in love with the O'Grady brothers. I highly recommend this book.
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    One taste is never enough.

    Tracking You reminded me why I fell in love with reading. Reading is less about the words on the page, but about the emotions felt. Ms. Moran totally got that. She captured the abject loneliness of a man born to be different and the restlessness and heartache of a woman wanting to be loved. Forced to live in a world void of sound, Flynn has had to overcome many obstacles. His heart and determination have helped him blossom into a caring soul and a loyal friend, but something is still missing. Gabby is full of love to give, but has no one to share it with. Maybe, a fresh set of eyes and a little matchmaking is just what the doctor ordered. Tracking You is sunshine, inspiration, humour and heart rolled into one small powerful package. One taste is never enough. Copyright of Night Owl Reviews
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