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Desert Breeze Publishing
Angie Weaver is the Manager of a bookstore and is happy with the current place her life is at. She has two wonderful roommates and a dear womanizing friend across the hall. Together, the four of them share a peaceful and friendly existence highlighted by them running off Hunter's latest conquests. When she receives an invitation to her parents' fiftieth anniversary party, all of her past baggage comes flooding back. Angie closes off her feelings with her friends, which makes them even more determined to learn what is going on.
Hunter's had a crush on Angie for some time, but he's never approached her since she's not his normal female type; she's smart. After her reaction to the invitation throws her into a heart-retching depression, he is there to help her get through it. Their relationship moves beyond friendship as Hunter helps her cipher through the pain, betrayal and self-imposed alienation with her family. After the blowups and the catfights can he help her hold on to the family she so desperately wants, while he holds on to her heart? Can they both get pass their commitment issues?
I enjoyed the camaraderie of the friends in this story; they were there for each other. The dating fiascos of Hunter were funny. They reminded me of some of my male relatives, hiding from females and I like the women in this story used to cover for them. True friends are hard to find so it's confusing and a hard decision to move to the next level. This is mainly because if the relationship does not work, you have lost a good friend. But most long-time couples started out as friends and their relationship is probably stronger because of it.
Reviewed by: Pam S.