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In summary, it was short, sweet, and a nice way to spend a couple of hours. Because it's a short story, there isn't a lot of character development, but you get to know the heroine, Jessamy, well enough. There's a lot of "telling" versus "showing," but, again, it's a short story so the author's options are constrained by that. The only real gripe I had was how quickly the heroine flip-flops in her relationship. The couple has reunited after a two year separation, although she's not sure about the hero, Griffin, and whether or not she can handle his OCD eccentricities that broke them up the first time. She decides to throw caution to the winds, despite the fact she's also clinically OCD, and they get back together. Things are great, until she learns about a secret Griffin has, and she just ends it without even getting Griffin's side of the story. Then, her mother tells Jessamy that Griffin loves her, and she immediately changes her mind back to being in-love. Aside from that the flow was good, the dialogue was good, and the story was thoughtful and well told. It was a bit shallow emotionally, I didn't really "connect" with any of the characters, but it's light, PG-rated, and ends with the HEA (happily-ever-after). Nice read.
Griffin was sweet and focused in his striving to come to terms with his sensory hang-ups. I was impressed with how far he went to get his girl.
Jessamy didn't have to work quite as hard, but one of HIS issues caused her to go back into therapy, and it was a huge step for her to move forward and try again. She was a strong, sweet woman.
All of us have issues of one type or another, and we need to compromise in relationships. This was a sweet read that showed us the steps to make it work.
I'll be looking for more from Ms. Elle and I give this one a Four Bookmark rating for sweetness: