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    Another Great One

    I love Susan Mallery's romances. There's something about them that's always great. She does a great job writing females and relationships in a way that doesn't seem to make anyone inferior.
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    Why Not Tonight

    This one was just plain fun with all the feels! Happily, Inc. sounds like not just a great place to visit but a wonderful place to move to. Natalie Kaleta ended up here when she was engaged to be married and planning her destination wedding until her fiance broke up with her. With no family, she stayed in Happily, Inc. and it was the best thing that could have happened to her. This fiesty, spunky, sassy, and infectiously sunny spitfire is the perfect counterpoint to Ronan Mitchell and his brooding and grumpy self. He moved to Happily, Inc. when he discovered he was the illegitimate son and his mom was not really his mom and his twin not really his twin. He was running away from his life but his brothers followed him and now he and his two brothers have an artist studio in town next to a gallery where Natalie is the part-time office manager. She is tasked with finding Ronan when he falls off the grid at his mountain home for several days with no contact so up the mountain she goes in her less than trusty car. After crashing into a tree and getting stuck in the mud she makes it to the house soaked to the bone and "crash-boom-crash" trees fall and mud slides and oops, there goes her car! A happy dance later and we are treated to Natalie's true spirit and Ronan is hooked. They are stuck together for a few days and his brooding is no match for her sunny disposition. Watching these two come together was a hoot and watching them learn to co-exist and bond as they formed stronger ties was special. All Natalie wants is a family and all Ronan wants is to be away from his but they are no match for the forces that bring them together and when they are forced apart will they find their way back together? This one can be read as a standalone. **Received this as an ARC for review**
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    It was a feel good story with a happy ending.

    I loved this newest story in the Happily Inc series. Natalie was a strong woman, fun, caring, kind and very strong, even though she didn't always know it. All the characters had tough issues to deal with and Mallery excelled in bringing a happy ending to this story. Definitely a feel good read.
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    He realizes he doesn't want to be alone.

    With each book, I fall more in love with the stories and the characters. Ronan was a twin and then he wasn't. He feels his whole life has been a lie and he withdraws from everyone. Then one day Natalie crashes into his solitude and he realizes that he doesn't always want to be alone. Natalie is a force of nature. Her sunny disposition and optimism draws people to her. Ronan feels that he is so dark that he doesn't want to put out Natalie's light, so he stays away from her. Or at least he tries. Natalie draws him into her light and he likes it, but will he end up being like his father or can he overcome all of that?
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    Perfect Story

    Ronan and Natalie's story was one I was waiting for. I love that Ronan finally found his person. Natalie is exactly who he needed and their story was perfect in every way.
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