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Wed
Oct 11 2017 9:30am

First Look: Mia Sheridan’s Most of All You (October 17, 2017)

Most of All You by Mia Sheridan

Mia Sheridan
Most of All You
Forever / October 17, 2017 / $14.99 print, $4.99 digital

There is no way to completely describe how transcending Mia Sheridan’s writing is. I went into this book blind. I didn’t read the blurb and just wanted to read something that I knew would be an uplifting romance. This is her first standalone not in her signs of love series and Wow. This book is everything Mia excels at but at extraordinary levels.

Most of All You is a story of two broken people where life has thrown them into hard obstacles again and again. Crystal is one of my favorite heroines. She’s unsure of herself, her self-esteem is at a low and she’s taking life as it comes. She’s not one to plan for things as life hasn’t been too nice to her for her to look at a future. When she meets Gabriel, it’s the catalyst for a great turn in her life. But he was just the catalyst. Crystal learns about herself as she journeys into a new life with him. She sometimes also learns without him in order to gain confidence about herself. This story is about fixing yourself and I appreciated that Crystal needed Gabriel as a partner but was finally able to drag herself out from the darkness.

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Thu
Sep 28 2017 1:00pm

7 New Adult Best Bets for September 2017

Lucas by Sawyer Bennett

This month opposites attract! With the start of Fall nights, it seems new adult has taken a dive into more complex characters and intense plots. There are romances with instant pulls and then there are the slow builds. There’s the relationship that was supposed to be one night but had an unexpected surprise. As well as the more scandalous, forbidden romances that will keep your dark romance hearts happy. Read below to find a book that could keep you company on these fall nights!

Lucas by Sawyer Bennett (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is a surprise pregnancy hockey romance that follows the Cold Fury team—each can be read as a standalone. After a transcending one night stand, Lucas had Stephanie always in the back of his mind. But with his hockey schedule and a recent bad relationship, commitments just aren’t his thing. That all changes when Stephanie turns up with a surprise for both of them. This chance encounter has totally flipped his world around and when he thinks it’s right side up, Stephanie and Lucas will realize life just isn’t going to be the same. Crazy chemistry and angst drive this story into one of my favorites of the series!

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Sun
Aug 20 2017 10:00am

8 New Adult Romance Best Bets for August 2017

Omega by Karina Espinosa

Summer’s winding down to an end but that doesn’t mean that our book list has! These stories keep the summer romance rolling from paranormal stories to second chance romances, check out the list of August New Adult reads below.

Omega by Karina Espinosa (Amazon) is the finale to a series that’s all about girl power. Mackenzie has been taking time to heal and reflect on all the changes in her life. Still separated from her pack, her inner wolf has been weakened. But there’s an evil still lurking and she’ll have to count on old friends in order to make it through. She’s in for an awakening that will rock her entire world.

Something So Perfect by Natasha Madison (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is the story of Matthew, previously seen in Something So Right. No worries, this is a standalone. Karrie doesn’t know what she’s signing up for when she’s assigned as Matthew’s, the NHL’s bad boy, chaperone. Hilarious banter and many emotional moments, it’s a story sport romance fans will love.

After the Game by Abbi Glines (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is the third in her YA series centered on a small town and their football team. The small town was quick to turn on Riley when she accused the town golden boy of a heinous crime. But, she’s back and with that is the evidence of what happened. Riley knows her truth but is the town ready to acknowledge it? Brady didn’t do everything he could to protect Riley, when he sees her again he realizes he may have supported the wrong person. This small town novel challenges individual views and sets up a romance that is sweet and supportive.

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Wed
Jul 26 2017 9:30am

7 New Adult Romance Best Bets for July 2017

July’s New Adult Reads push the frontiers of romance. Get ready to fill up your e-reader with stories that challenge your normal reads. 

Because of Lila by Abbi Glines (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) continues her spin off series that brings you back to her southern charmed filled romances. Lila Kate Carter is the daughter of Harper and Grant and by all appearances is a proper, ice-cold pretentious Rosemary Beach dweller. However, Cruz Kerrington and Eli Hardy are about to rock and shake up her world. She’s ready to change it all, but with who?

Trust by Kylie Scott (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is a standalone novel that is compelling and realistic with a plot line that will leave you breathless. Kylie Scott has created dimensional characters that are witty and hilarious banter. Don’t believe, check out her incredible trailer!

Give Me Hell by Kate McCarthy (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is a friends-to-lovers to sometimes frenemies story, that will have you loling. Set in Australia, you’re back with Mac and the crew as they navigate their new-found stardom. No worries this is a stand-alone and gives new insights to the crew. However, the push and pull between Mac and Jake is front and center. This takes you back to their beginning and sets the stage for an epic rocker romance.

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Wed
Jun 28 2017 9:30am

7 New Adult Romance Best Bets for June 2017

It’s summertime and the weather isn’t the only thing sizzling. Check out these summer reads that are sure to be your best companion at the beach. From a waitress rescuing a hockey star to a forbidden trip to Vegas find your next red-hot read.

Cheeky by Natasha Madiso

Cheeky by Natasha Madison (Amazon) is a novella in the Imperfect Love Worlds series. A fun, fast, hot read that puts a forbidden love on a trip to Vegas. Bradley realizes that Lexi has grown up and isn’t the same little girl he remembers. With the lights of Vegas in the background, Lexi and Bradley have one week to take their fill of each other. Like they say, What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Or does it?

R.S Grey's Foxe and the Hound (Amazon) has the fabulous trope of date for hire. But, Madeline is getting a lot more out of this deal, she’ll get this high-powered vet as her real estate client. But, Madeline didn’t count on their undeniable chemistry and Adam knows exactly how to get what he wants. This rom-com is the perfect summer read.

Roommates with Benefits by Nicole Williams (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) makes Soren and Hayley unlikely roommates. Their love/hate relationship masks a deeper connection. They’re both trying to make it in the big city and this makes them ultimately bond. Marked with witty banter and swoonworthy moments, Roommates with Benefits is an easy read.

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Thu
Jun 22 2017 9:30am

Jenna Bayley-Burke’s Just Married: First Comes LoveFriends with Benefits, Then Comes Marriage

Just Married by Jenna Bayley-BurkeJune’s book club pick is Just Married by Jenna Bayley-Burke. This book ticks all the romance trope boxes. For any romance reader, it’s like a big hug with all of the elements of a romance story we know and love. It was a fast read for me because Jenna does a great job of bringing these characters to life. There’s intimacy and banter and a lot of unresolved issues to move the story along.

Miranda is a successful lawyer living in Seattle that enjoys a friends with benefits relationship with her BFF Callum. Callum is an uber successful businessman and he’s having issues with an inheritance from his father. A clause requires a wife and an heir and who better to help than his Miranda. One little issue. Miranda has no idea that she’s about to become his wife.

“Mira had the ability to look sexy and innocent at the same time, and no matter how often he’d seen her put on that grin it got him every time.”

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Mon
May 29 2017 2:00pm

9 New Adult Best Bets of May 2017!

Rocked Up by Karina Halle & Scott Mackenzie

Alpha babes are always the best plan...

This month’s read have very different characters that realize that life doesn’t always go according to plan. Whether you’re a rock star that just got dumped at his fabulous proposal or a former puck bunny that’s trying to redeem herself, life always throws you the curve balls. These curve balls sometimes come in hockey player sized packages or maybe in Alpha-Male hotness. These New Adult reads illustrate that life comes as it may but finding the right partner can make it all better.

Rocked Up by Karina Halle and Scott Mackenzie is a standalone book from this husband and wife duo that is a sweet and funny read. Lael Ramsey has always been off limits to Brad as the boss’ daughter. And then she auditions for the bass player position in his band and everything changes. Close quarters, different cities every night and a rock star lifestyle will shake everything up.

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Tue
Apr 25 2017 3:00pm

7 New Adult Romance Best Bets for April 2017

Damnable Grace by Tillie Cole

This month brings characters that have made decisions or been put in circumstance that have made their lives chaotic. Adulting is hard people! The past can haunt you and sour your future but, these characters while chaotic, aren’t going to take it sitting down. They fight for a future—with partners that are equally determined—that will burn brighter than their pasts

Damnable Grace by Tillie Cole (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is an emotional thrill ride. This must be read in series order as this book builds upon the history that was previously shared in the books. AK, 1/3 of the psycho trio, is not on the lookout for love when the MC is called upon to rescue Phebe. Phebe’s backstory is one of the most heart wrenching of the series. As we navigate through the dark and twisted tunnels of Cole’s story, Phebe and AK’s love is the only light that can guide you through it. An unputdownable read, I can’t get enough and I’m eagerly awaiting the next.

The Hot Shot by Kristen Callihan (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is part of the Game On series and hilarious!!! I actually haven’t read the rest of the books in the series but I will be sure to rectify that. These two, Chess and Finn, tick off every box in my NA must haves: witty banter, fun story line, and a secondary band of characters that are just as lively as the main characters. Be sure to check out The Hot Shot if you’re looking for a slow-growing romance but plenty of flirting that will fill you with those first-date butterflies. I read this entire book with a smile on my face.

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Thu
Apr 6 2017 9:30am

Prank War Turns Office Romance in Natasha Madison’s Tempt the Boss

Tempt the Boss by Natasha Madison

“I hope you’re okay?"

Oh, I’m going to be more than okay. I sit down to plot and plan. The stakes just went up.

Tempt the Boss is a laugh out loud—“wear Depends for emergencies”—kind of book. It’s an office romance with a love-hate relationship. When this is combined with the snarky writing style of Natasha Madison it makes for a roller coaster romance ride. This book is low on the angst but delivers plenty of romance-filled moments that will leave you sweating for more.

Lauren is rebuilding her life after a painful divorce from a cheating husband, which includes going back to work. Lauren has dealt with more than her fair share of drama in her life and Austin is just another bump in the road. Or so she thinks. Austin starts off as a rude boss from hell. They immediately butt heads but after running through almost 10 different temps, Austin is at the end of his rope. Lauren proves to be more than capable of dealing with his endless tasks and his incessant comments. Until one day she decides to hit him back and a prank war ensues.

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Mon
Mar 27 2017 11:00am

Sham-Rock the New Adult Best Bets for March 2017

March rocked the New Adult reads! Just like the weather, this month’s reads are all over the place. From hockey rinks to the blue waters of the ocean, discover s how these reads are shaking up NA norms.

Delayed Call by Toni Aleo

Delayed Call by Toni Aleo (Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo) is the next in the Assassins series but, can be read as a standalone. Vaughn Johansson is a star player on the Assassins team but, off the ice can be pretty a-holeish. Brie Soledad is the staff reporter for the team and is constantly butting heads with Vaughn. Their relationship starts off rocky, constantly arguing and it even spills to on to live air time. But, as they say there’s a thin line between love and hate. Vaughn and Brie have both been badly burned before and this spark between them may explode into something more. With lots of hockey antics, loveable characters and witty one-liners, Delayed Call establishes itself as a turning point for the Assassins.

Unwritten by Jen Frederick (Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo) brings the Woodlands bunch back! Finally! In the fifth standalone of the Woodlands series, Adam gets his story. The musician of the bunch, he’s ready to go off and explore new cities with his band. The lead singer of the band drags along his sister after she finds herself in a rough situation. Landry is completely off limits yet, Adam still finds himself drawn to her. This forbidden romance, takes Landry to new heights. As a “computer nerd”, she doesn’t know how she’ll compare to Adam’s previous trysts but their connection is too strong to ignore. Traveling together with the band will test their budding romance and Landry’s inhibitions but Adam is more than willing to drum them out.

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Fri
Feb 24 2017 12:00pm

February 2017 New Adult Best Bets: Talk Dirty (Books) to Me

February is the perfect month for romance reads, I mean it’s the month of romance. This month was especially hard because I feel like I’m surrounded by it and there were so many good books published this month! The books below range in theme whether it be some downright “dirty loving” or not quite as erotic but, they all have that swoonworthy, ultra-romance, feel-good story that will warm you from the inside out.

Like a Memory by Abbi Glines

Like a Memory by Abbi Glines  (Amazon | B&N) is the book fans have been clamoring for! The next generation of characters from her Rosemary Beach and Seabreeze series come together. Bliss York and Nate Finlay met one day on the beach and years later, more than time has made them grow up. After that fateful summer where they basked under the sun with their young romance, reality swept in like a tornado. Bliss is finally ready to move forward with her life when she bumps into Nate back where they first met. Will their connection still thrive despite the years and secrets behind them? Back to her roots, Abbi delivers a scorching hot romance with a feel-good aspect that will have you hankering for more crossovers!

Lucca by Sarah Brianne  (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is the fourth book in her Made Man series and features one of the most secretive members, the underboss Lucca. Chloe wasn’t ready for her alpha anti-hero but nonetheless Lucca is ready for her. Chloe and Lucca’s past is more intertwined than they realize and with Lucca’s help Chloe will be able to face her demons.

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Thu
Feb 16 2017 10:30am

First Look: Sawyer Bennett’s Roman (February 21, 2017)

Roman by Sawyer Bennett

Sawyer Bennett
Roman (Cold Fury Hockey #7)
Loveswept / February 21, 2017 / $5.99 digital

In the latest in the Cold Fury series, Sawyer Bennett tackles the bad boy of the team, Roman. Roman is always ready to throw down for a fight or to find his next conquest. That’s all catching up to him and he’s feeling the heat from upper management, when he meets Lexi.

Lexi is a mystery all on her own. She finds herself in North Carolina looking for her unsuspecting father, Brian the CEO owner of the Cold Fury. Eek! She’s not sure what she’s going to find but she’s determined to meet him and hopefully gain a relationship with her father and her new sister, Grey.

“Let’s get drunk and lose our inhibitions,” he suggests, and I look over my shoulder at him to find him sitting on my couch and unlacing his shoes, which are more like low boots and clearly more expensive than mine.

“I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.: I laugh as I pull two bottles of beer out of my fridge. “You are so bad.”

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Wed
Jan 25 2017 4:00pm

Start Brand New with New Adult Romance Best Bets for January 2017!

The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood

It’s January! Off to new starts, new attempts at resolutions and more books! I’m excited for what the year is to bring in books. I’m looking forward to more romance, more meet-cutes and electrifying connections. This month’s new adult reads start off with a bang and heap all of that on our plates. 

The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood  (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is the second standalone in her hilarious series.  Zoey is an up-and-coming interior designer and is excited to start a new project that could be huge for her career.  Then she realizes the person she has to work with is the same guy who left her in the middle of the night with no explanation. Ryder owes Zoey an explanation but things get a little twisted with this design project in the middle. The escapades are aplenty and so is the witty banter, Zoey and Ryder will have to decide if they’re going to stick by the rules, or break them all.

Shameless by Teresa Mummert (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is a passionate story between an unlikely couple, Henley and Lucas. Henley the proverbial good girl that is always studying and Lucas is the Scottish bad boy. Lies and manipulation threaten to tear them apart and when Henley is backed into a corner, there’s only one person that can save her.

[More great reads ahead!]

Thu
Jan 19 2017 4:00pm

Romances That Began as Texting Relationships—You’ve Got Text!

Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

New adult is one of my favorite genres and one of the reasons for that is because that it’s constantly evolving and growing. It can give you twisted stories to just some feel-good plots. A new trend that has emerged, that I’ve noticed, involves how the main characters meet. With the way technology shapes our day to day, it’s no wonder it involves text! I’ve noticed more and more books are challenging how they meet and this latest is mystery texting. What do I mean by that, read below.

In J. Daniels' Four Letter Word, (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) a wrong number completely changes the life of our heroine, Sydney. When she calls the wrong person, because of one wrong number, it starts a relationship that develops through text. That’s right, they don’t meet and have no visuals of the other until they’ve already solidified an emotional bond.

“Wild girl. Eaten any innocent men alive today yet?”

“It’s a little early. I usually wait until after dinner to randomly dial up men and cuss them out. Again, I’m so sorry. I feel awful saying that stuff to you.”

“Don’t need to apologize. That was the most interesting conversation I’ve ever had.“

“Really?”

“Straight up. How did the intended guy take it? You make him cry?”

“I never called him.”

“I’m Sydney, by the way. Hi”

            “Hey.”

“Hey…you. No name? That’s not really fair. What am I supposed to program you in my phone as? Dildo sucker? Don’t lie… you’ve considered it. ;)”

[Text me maybe?]

Fri
Dec 30 2016 11:00am

Sleigh All Day: New Adult Best Bets for December 2016

December is here and onward to 2017! End the year right with some drama, angst and witty banter! New Adult ends it on a high note, keep reading to find out more!

Becoming a Legend by Sarah Robinson

Becoming a Legend by Sarah Robinson is the third standalone in the series. Kane is focused on his goal of being the best mixed martial arts fighter— that is until feisty Nora. Beneath the claws she wields when he’s around, she’s actually very nice. She’s trying to finish her degree but personal circumstances are trying to stop her from achieving her goal. Kane and Nora’s relationship is the catalyst she needs to move on from what’s been holding her back. But, will her history only serve to bring Kane down? The Kavanagh’s are back in this passionate tale about new beginnings.

Max by Sawyer Bennett is a feel-good romance perfect for the holidays. Max is by far the most romantic of the hockey BF’s in the Cold Fury series. He seriously pulls out the big guns to woo new mom, Julianne. After her sister passes away, she readily adopted her three small children and doesn’t have time to date. Max shows her that with the right partner no obstacles can stand in your way.

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Fri
Dec 16 2016 10:30am

First Look: Maya Rodale’s Lady Claire is All That (December 27, 2016)

Lady Claire is All That by Maya Rodale

Maya Rodale
Lady Claire is All That (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes #3)
Avon / December 27, 2016 / $7.99 print, $5.99 digital

Maya Rodale writes fun historical romance and this is no exception. I adore this series, Keeping Up with the Cavendishes, because of the blend of pop culture and historical romance. Who knew that was even a possibility?! Apparently Rodale knew, and this series keeps getting better and better. Lady Claire is All That gives a hint of the story in the title, it’s based on one of my favorite movies, She’s All That.

There are obviously big differences between this book and the movie, our heroine isn’t a budding artist a la Rachel Leigh Cook but, is actually a mathematician. Lady Claire struggles with the ton’s obvious disdain towards women who display their intelligence. She wishes she could meet with the brilliant mathematicians of the time but also wants to make sure her family isn’t disgraced. The Cavendishes have been the favorite topic of the gossip mags and she doesn’t exactly want to add to it. As the oldest, she wants to make sure that her family is always happy and she shoulders this responsibility, even if it’s at a cost of her own. Claire is hilarious and witty despite the circumstances and tries to deal with it as best she can. She does this by making up claims that her dance card is filled and has conversations that may not always work out the way she plans. However, her awkward interactions manage to catch the eye of Lord Fox.

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Tue
Nov 29 2016 6:30pm

Delicious Encounters: November 2016 New Adult Romance Best Bets

November is here (and gone)! It’s almost the end of the year and as we start winding down, these reads become more personal and more seductive. The holiday season is upon us and that means lots of new books to read and hopefully, time! This month features hilarious heroines with unlikely heroes that are no match for their wit and have unique encounters. From paranormal to rock stars, to Scotland and Hawaii, this month will leave you wanting more!

Hell and Back by Natasha Madison is an emotional roller coaster. Bella is running from her personal hell and lands back at the house where she last knew safety. This time she’s not alone. Lilah is all Bella has left and she’ll stop at nothing to protect her, even if it means distancing herself from the handsome neighbor next door. Bella’s not ready to trust again however, Jackson slowly chips away at her resolve. She’s stared into the eyes of a monster, will she be able to let the past go and live free? Jackson will protect Lilah and Bella with everything he has, then he realizes what they’ve brought to his door. Gut-wrenching and suspenseful, this story will keep you in its clutches from beginning to end.  

[Our adrenaline is pumping already...]

Thu
Nov 24 2016 11:00am

First Look: Alison Bliss’s Size Matters (November 29, 2016)

Size Matters by Alison Bliss

Alison Bliss
Size Matters (A Perfect Fit #1)
Forever / November 29, 2016 / $5.99 print, $3.99 digital

The start of a new series by Alison Bliss, Size Matters continues her tradition of hilarious rom-coms. Size Matters tackles sensitive subjects like weight, low self-esteem and overbearing families with funny lines and relatable characters. Size Matters pulls at your heartstrings and your belly will be hurting from the amount of laughs you’ll have while reading.

Leah owns a bakery and comes from a family that means well except that her mother is extremely pushy, often. She may not be at the perfect weight but she’s kind and witty and beautiful. Leah, like many of us, does not consider herself to be any of those things and is her toughest critic. This story was about an unlikely romance between Leah and Sam that ends up in a fake engagement but, it’s also a love story between Leah and herself.

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Thu
Nov 17 2016 4:00pm

First Look: Jennifer Armentrout Writing as J. Lynn’s Fire in You (November 28, 2016)

Fire in You by J. Lynn

J. Lynn
Fire in You (Wait for You #6)
Jennifer L. Armentrout / November 28, 2016 / $13.99 print, $3.99 digital

Fire in You is the sixth book in the Wait for You series. This series is New Adult at its best, J. Lynn perfectly demonstrates the spirit of the genre. These are characters going through experiences that mold them into better people. All of her characters are relatable in that they have real issues and there’s real changes within them. The drama, angst and love is palpable and you’ll have no choice but to experience the ultimate feels. Fire in You is no exception.

It reads as the final book in the series but, of course I’m always hoping for more. Fire in You is both a friends-to-lovers story and a hate-to-love which means prepare for the angst! Illustrating the story of Brock and Jillian, it’s also a feel- good second chance tale. Basically you’re covered in every romance angle. The story isn’t bogged down by these categories though, it perfectly captures young love that matures and blossoms into a partnership.

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Wed
Nov 2 2016 3:00pm

Get Lost in the Vineyard in Brynne Asher’s Vines

Vines by Brynne Asher

“Never wanted something so much. Can’t stay away from you, can’t even get you out of my head. I’ve never had a shot at anything good, let alone someone like you.”

Brynne Asher’s first in a new series, Vines, is set in Virginia on a VINEYARD! I love wine and our heroine has just recently acquired the means to always be stocked and loaded for girl’s nights OR in her case...poker nights! Addi, a.k.a. Addison, is new to the area, but, thankfully, her vineyard also comes equipped with eccentric staff and neighbors. She’s finally settling into the area when her world is changed by a wandering cow. Yes, HER wandering cow, I wasn’t kidding when I said there was some eccentric staff on board. Harry has found/made a hole in her fence and wandered on to the neighbor’s yard and that’s when Addi gets her first glimpse at Crew Vega.  

Crew Vega. He’s an alpha male living right next door to Addi who has been trying to keep to himself. But, once he catches a glimpse of Addi and they have their first “argument” he’s not able to shut himself back in. Drawn into her, he’s able to open up and experience things he never thought would happen for him. Like the love of a good woman.

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