If asked, 30-year-old Seth Carter could not have recounted a single moment since he'd met her that he had not loved the stubborn, self-centered, and admittedly spoiled Jenna Ranger. Even with all her faults, Jenna thinks no woman in her right mind would willing choose to spend all her free time with a man who so obviously loves his cell phone and work more than he does her.
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Too Much Drama!
The drama between Jenna and Seth got old really quickly. There was enough drama between them in the earlier books where I thought they would grow and learn to deal with their feeling and emotions in a more adult fashion. Jenna needs to grow up.
The introduction of the relationship between Talia and Allen saved the story for me. I loved getting to know Mason and seeing the interactions of the kids and Allen. More of this would have been appreciated, less of the drama between Jenna and Seth.
The narration match the pace and would have been great except I did not like the "country accent" the narrator adopted for Regina and other characters throughout the book
Not in its current version; however, any of the previous 3 books I would go see as a movie and/or a TV series. Not a big TV watchers so don't know the current stars.
This was my least favorite of the series; however, it was still an okay read. As a disclaimer, maybe I enjoyed reading about people in my age group better and just not so interested in the drama of the "metro" set.
- Amazon Customer "Avid Romance Reader"