Charlotte has spent years as the husband maker, sending every guy she dates off to enjoy marital bliss with the next girl he dates. But things have now changed, and she's determined to use her husband-maker abilities one last time - on herself. And she finally knows exactly who she wants.
Angus has loved Charlotte since they were teenagers, but he's tired of waiting for her to realize how good they could be. She's broken his heart one too many times, and it's time to move on with his life. Maybe a position halfway across the country will be just what he needs to get over her. But when Charlotte won't let him go without a fight, Angus has to decide if he's willing to let her in again or if she's too late.
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I am so happy to say that this is one series where each book is definitely better than the last! So many trilogies go from amazing to meh, but this one went from great to fantastic. I listened to the entire book in a day because the pacing was so snappy and I just had to know what would happen next.
I'm not usually a fan of adding dual pov's--especially when they're both first person--in the last book in a series. But it actually worked in this one, and I really liked hearing Angus's side of the story. I also thought the narrator who read his parts was fantastic!
I loved how proactive and positive Charlotte was in this book. There wasn't a lot of unnecessary angst and drama, and there was just enough "will they/won't they" to keep me reading without making me want to throw the book.
Overall, this last book--and the series in general--is a home run. It's lighthearted and romantic, with great characters, believable dialogue, and great writing. And best of all, this series is clean enough for anyone! I can't wait to read more from this author.
This book has a lot of meat to it. Charlotte has figured out what she wants and she has made some big decisions to achieve her goal. To some it may seem foolish that she quits her job and moves to a strange city with nothing lined up just so she can follow her heart.
The issues are deeper in this book than the previous two. I think Charlotte's character has changed and become more serious. Angus is always on edge, kind of obnoxious and mean at times. What is he doing to his friendship with "Charles?" It's true that we hurt the ones we love when we stop communicating our true feelings. Like REAL relationships, their story is not all blind bliss. I liked the conclusion to this story.
Oh, and I loved the reader for Angus!!!!
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