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1. It is California, not Cali orSoCal, insulting to me and most Natives..and grafting to hear over and over.think slow sliding of fingernails “on chalkboard over and over while you try to listen.
2. Character development was slim to none..
3. Predictive and Giant snore, but author made up with amazing narration, once you get over the tone of the book, which the. Best way to describe is Whinny, author had no choice to make passable.
While I liked this book, something was missing for me. Maybe what was missing was plot? Maybe chemistry? It had some of both, but I had a difficult time connecting with the MCs for most of the book.
We met Conner in the previous book in the series; Jamie, his childhood friend from Oregon is a new character. Conner intrigued me from time to time, the way he used comedy and sarcasm to hide deeper emotions. However, I had more of a difficult time in how easily he acknowledged the fluid side of his sexuality. Perhaps this is true for some people somewhere, especially if they were raised on a hippy commune as he was, but it didn't ring true for me.
Jamie was a flatter character than Conner--someone leaving his small town for the first time to get a look at the big city. He really didn't interest me much.
While I didn't feel emotionally invested in these characters as I did with the MCs in <b>Touch the Sky</b>, I enjoyed their story well enough--especially the sex scenes ;)