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Love, From A to Z by Robin Alexander

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Robin Alexander books are like a carefully hoarded treat that we dip into when we feel rather deserving. Though this one was...

Meet Me in the Middle by Yvonne Heidt


Initially we were set to soak in the madness-and-mayhem slapsticky romcom that this book seemed to be. But somewhere in the middle, it just flagged. At the end, it hits about the okay level.

Aislin O'Shea is a vet with very close family bonds, particularly with her five (or was it six) sisters, mother and niece (Sabrina). She lost her wife, Shannon a few years back and has a nightmare about receiving news of the accident that killed Shannon every night. Zane Whitman comes from a super-rich family and is a successful lawyer in her own right. Her orderliness is in contrast to Aislin’s impulsiveness – amongst many other counterpoints in their lives and personalities.

Somewhere around the middle, Aislin’s constant poor treatment of Zane got irritating. Especially since each time Zane went back to either apologise or just work on a barely there relationship. However on the plus side, Aislin is physically described so well that Zane’s lust for her earthy sexiness can be given leeway. Not like Zane is any slouch herself. In fact, she seems even hotter, though in a very Nordic way.

What really saved this book from sinking completely in our enjoyment was the fact that in the end Zane stands up for herself and stops grovelling for transgressions which were mostly imagined.

Not a great read, but far from a write-off -- seeing that some parts are really funny and the sex scenes are plenty good.


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