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A good read
on 21 June 2016
I enjoyed this book, about Gabe and Bobbi, although Gabe behaves like a total jerk towards Bobbi for about half the book. They have been the best of friends since childhood, and she has loved him most of her life. At a party she gets drunk and kisses him, which startles him, and makes him want to turn their relationship into friends with benefits, but very much in secret, no-one must know because the scruffy car mechanic does not fit the image of girlfriend to a CEO. She goes along with it because she thinks it will be the only way she can get close to him, but it makes her terribly unhappy.
Their emotions are extremely well written, and you are told enough about their backgrounds to understand why both of them act as they do. This is a well thought out book, I didn't enjoy it quite as much as the other two books in the series (so far) because Bobbi was not displayed as a strong woman, whereas she must be, having set up a business as a car mechanic in spite of the opposition of her father and three strong-willed brothers, but I can understand why the author chose to write it this way. The characters for the most part do seem very real.