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    sweet

    So sad to see the end of this series - wish there were more siblings!!! Sammy Jo has lead a sheltered life and doesn't have the best view of herself. Jake has avoided commitment and doesn't see himself falling in love. He is her hero more than once and sparks fly. Loved the bucket list and Jake's view of it. Can these two find love where they least expect it?
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    Opposites Attract

    Finally, we get to read Jake's story. And, it was worth the wait! I truly fell in love with Jake. He's the ultimate book boyfriend. Jake has a history of avoiding commitment. However, his new neighbor is about to challenge him on that. When he spies her bucket list, he's more than ready to help her fulfill each item on the list. Sammy Jo is trying to expand her world and take new adventures. That's why she's moved to Windswept Bay and opened a new store. But, when Jake offers to help her check off her bucket list, it might be more than she can handle. Although there's not that much conflict in the story, it does focus on the central themes of insecurity and self-confidence. Do you necessarily have force yourself to do risky things to believe in yourself? Or do you seek out things you would possibly like to do anyway and focus on them instead? And, just because you don't like to do something doesn't mean that others won't like you because of it. Romance - PG - kissing Language - clean My rating - 5 stars
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