**This book drew in nearly all of the previously illustrated characters. Relationships evolved and built upon one another. This was FAST PACED. If it had had pages, I'd have been chomping at the bit to turn to the next one. As it was, I took extra breaks to listen (sat in my car, went for a walk, listened at work etc.). I was so sad when it concluded.**
**I LOVE the developing bond between Rachel and Trent.**
**It was hilarious (in a serious way - not slapstick/stupid)!**
Probably Trent. He's clearly the most misunderstood, and he takes the emotional brunt of things as a rule. My heart goes out to him. I love his sense of honor and creativity as well.
Don't judge me, but I think Al is a riot.Jinx is always a kick.
I think my least favorite character is actually Rachel. I like her success, but it's almost like she succeeds despite herself, and she spends most of her introspective time thinking men are hot, worrying, and beating herself up...
I can easily tell which character is speaking. She's consistent throughout her narration of the series. I've noticed that other series with the same narrator have pronunciation differences across the books, but not here. She's wonderful! :-)
Yes. It made me both laugh and cry. It made me laugh more than anything else. I think this might be the wittiest one yet. I found myself laughing and cheering at various points. Some emotional bits made me teary, but within a very acceptable range.
I would recommend reading the previous novels first. I think this one was so strong, because of the history created previously. I do not believe this would work as a stand-alone novel.
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