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Publisher's Summary

Camilla and Hunter will have to fight like never before for This Love....

Camilla ran from her hometown and heartbreak as fast as she could. College, with all its promises and dreams, options and open doors, was all she cared about. Doing it with her best friend Emmett was the consolation for walking away.

But her past has followed her into the present yet again - this time, in the form of an unexpected arrival on campus, Hunter Beck. 

No matter where she goes, he’s right behind her, reminding her of what they had. What he walked away from. What he won’t let her forget. Worse, her mother and his father can’t seem to leave well enough alone. At every opportunity, Camilla and Hunter are drawn back together, only to pull apart again. Everything seems to be unravelling, just when Camilla had hoped to start putting the pieces back together. If she turns her back, she may end up running forever. But if she chooses him, it will be the fight of her life. She knows this is their last chance at happiness.

But if there's one thing she's learned about Hunter Beck - he doesn't leave anything to chance.

©2021 Paige Press LLC (P)2021 Paige Press LLC

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Love is Hard

After confiding their greatest pain, one who believes they are incapable of being loved, the other filled with shame, they can't wait to get out of town to escape their past. Though they love each other, they both cannot stop the behaviors that continue to bring them pain. Thankfully, they both know they are stronger together than apart. There were times this trilogy had me yelling and laughing at Camilla and Hunter; I was happy with the way things played out. Their relationship had ups and downs, some avoidable, some not. What relationship isn't?

Narrated by some of the industry's best romance narrators, Andi Ardnt is a Queen of Audio and performed the vast majority of the narration across the entire series. However, as much as I love Teddy Hamilton, Andi could have performed the story independently. Both gave wonderful performances.

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This love is a roller coaster ride!

This is book 3 of a romance that started in high school. Camilla is a smart, strong
young woman starting her first year of college. She thinks she has left Hunter and their relationship behind, but she is shocked to see him at her new college. Their is plenty of angst and Hunter has many frustrating and redeeming moments. There’s a plot twist that explains his back and forth behavior. Camilla handles it all with grace and patience. Nice romance with great narration on the audiobook. Andi and Teddy are top notch narrators.

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Narration kept me in it

This three book series could have been 1.5-2 books imo. I enjoyed the story line and the narration was top notch. However there seemed to be a lot of repetition to the story to make it into three books.

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very good

Luke was quite the surprise. I liked how supportive Emmet was of Milla. He was a great best friend. The hero had a lot of baggage to work through, but I admired his growth by the end of the story. Great ending. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrators did a great job bringing the characters and story to life.

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This, This, This

This book was so darn good. All 3 books were great. Certainly kept me absorbed through each book. Good author, good storyline, loved the characters. Now I can get some sleep 😴.

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I loved this!

Milla is off to college… and loving Stanford. She loves her classes and her roommate. She looks up one day and Hunter is there. He decided to go and his dad got him in. Their relationship rekindles, and things are going well until a blast from Hunters past shows up at his door and drops a bomb that makes him reel… and run.

When he returns nearly two weeks later, Milla tells him how it has to be…. He has to be better or she can’t stay.

This is a good story that has lots of twists and turns. Andi Arndt and Teddy Hamilton do an excellent job of narrating. As usual.

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Satisfying HEA

A satisfying end to the trilogy. This series kinda gave me After vibes but with less of the bad boy & more of the miss understood rich boy instead. It’s very college based & that aspect of the story really dominates the book. I felt we got a lot more of Hunter’s POV in this one then the previous 2 books which I enjoyed because without knowing what was going on in Hunter’s head it was really hard to understand his actions. He was seriously his own worst enemy! I wouldn’t say it was overly angsty as the characters always come back together quite quickly however they do spend time finding themselves & growing as young adults. Definitely not as spicy as book 2 but there’s a little steam.

Overall the narrators were fantastic like always. I love these 2 narrators especially performing together, perfection!

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