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Released: August 3, 2010
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Fast Track #3
First of all I have to admit I was soooo not looking forward to reading this book. Suzanne has gotten on my nerves since book #1 and I wasn’t really sure I could handle listening to her bitchyness for a whole book!
However, I was pleasantly surprised. She’s at a point in her life now where she almost has no self-esteem in a way. The alimony payments she was receiving from her ex-hubby are now done so she has to go back to work as a wedding planner. And her first client is Nikki!!! Dear God! I wanted to strangle her.
Which prompt my favorite quote of this whole book (by Suzanne of course):
“That girl is so dumb, if she threw herself on the ground she’d miss.”
All we’ve seen before is really a hard-ass, don’t-give-a-shit attitude that Suzanne shows but there’s a very insecure girl on the inside, who’s always doubted her self worth, the love given to her, and the love she’s craved but never gotten.
Ryder is sweet and hot, I’ve thought that from chapter 1 of book 1. But he does not know how to express things! I wanted to smack him around a few times just because of how he said certain things. Talk about communication problems! I haven’t seen two people that can’t communicate more than these two!!!! From the original problems they had the first time they were married, to their divorce, and now getting back together!
But then again, they know each other better than anyone, and you can tell they both still love each other! So it was a really sweet story to read in a way. I think I actually liked this book better than book #2!!
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