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Inbetween by Tara A. Fuller
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Sep 04, 12

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I struggled with this book. There some things that I really loved about it but some things that just couldn't hold my attention. I really enjoyed the male characters in this story but I just couldn't bring myself to really care all that much for Emma. Which is a shame because she is the main character. I do believe this is the reason it took me so long to finish this book.

Finn is dreamy. This much I knew coming in to the story. He's a gentleman, which you would suspect him to be seeing as he died during World War II. He's a reaper and it's his job to collect souls and deliver them to the Inbetween. His best friends are Anaya, who is a reaper for heaven and Easton, who is a reaper for hell. I love this trio and I even love the combination of Scout toward the end. Finn is a rule breaker when it comes to Emma...he always has been. A guy who will break any rule to be with the girl he loves, and protect the girl he loves is a stand up guy in my eyes.

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