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    I’ve always enjoyed Cheryl Etchison’s writing because it just flows really well and her characters always feel very real. This was the perfect pace to lead up to the wedding and each part felt like it was helping to develop the story instead of just filling time. I always appreciate a romance that the characters have to work for and make compromises for. It makes the story feel more real when it’s not just wrapped up in a pretty bow. Both characters had to really confront their preconceptions and hang ups in order to work things out. I also liked that hey didn’t fall into instant love with each other and it took time for them to really learn each other. At the same time, they each cared for the other so that helped to develop the eventual “I love you’s”. Kacie was ready to move on with her life but she couldn’t stay away from Michael. Kacie was a perfect blend of strong and independent but also flawed and self-conscious about certain things. Basically, Kacie was like an actual real life woman who might be put on a tough facade but still has some insecurities. She was also pretty honest with herself and knew when she needed to make some life changes. Michael was a wonderful hero and he will definitely make a great new book boyfriend. I loved how charming and cocky he was without being annoying about it. His joking and innuendos really helped bring his character to life and I often found myself chuckling at his comments. I was also happy to see Bree and Danny again because Once and For All is probably my favorite book by Cheryl Etchison so far. There were some scenes that were dropped at a chapter end and I wanted to actually experience the scene. For instance, Kacie is confronting Michael on why he can’t leave the military and the chapter ends when she realizes what he promised his mom. We don’t see anything else from this scene and are left to wonder how the rest of that conversation went.
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