is that there are NO MORE KOWALSKIS!!!! Sure, I know some of them will continue to show up in future books about some of the other characters. But, bar none, Shannon Stacey is my absolute favorite contemporary author of all time. This book gets back a bit more of the fun that the first three books had, in large part due to the camping reunion (I was waiting for a tick check, but alas, not happening...). The only criticism I can make is that, because there are so many characters, we don't get reacquainted as much as I would have liked. As many other reviewers mention, Stacey's dialog is perfection--female, male, and even kids. Speaking of which, the kids in these books are hilarioius--realistic, yet fun, and not obnoxiously sweet nor foul-mouthed and sassy. The storyline is a standard--H/h are attracted, but due to family and friendship ties, feel that they can't go public with their relationship. But this book tells the tale with such fresh and fun dialog and description, it doesn't matter if, yes, we see it all coming. Stacey is my go-to author when I need a lift; I usually read or listen to one of her books nearly every month. I wish that she had nothing else to do in her life, like family and sleep, so she could write 24/7.