This book just doesn't get going. Although its supposed to be about "The Unsung Hero" it painfully dwells on each thought the two main characters have. Nothing is left to the imagination - and not in a good way. After the fifth or six time the author indicates they each have insecurites along with desires for each other - it just gets old. The author repeatedly reviews every thought pattern as they jostle for the bedroom. Oh, my will he see me smile? I saw his hair move. Was he upset? For every minute on the storyline, there are ten minutes of repeated insecurities. So very little action. A harlequin romance want to be.
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