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Going All the Way by Cynthia Cooke
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Feb 06, 2016

really liked it
bookshelves: adult-contemporary-romance, netgallery

Favorite Quote:

“She was making changes in her life, big ones. Jumping back into the dating scene was just one of them. Slowly, she reminded herself. Perhaps not jumping, but dabbling. Toes first. One at a time.”

My Review:

For a couple with instant chemistry and obvious attraction for each other, a connection should have been easier to achieve. Maybe the whole premise of the book was a bit lost on me and it was meant to be about the journey, but I found the back and forth to grow increasingly tedious after the fourth or fifth round of dithering. The characters were likable and each at a crossroads in their life, but also annoyingly indecisive and unwilling to speak up for what they wanted. The story progressed slowly, going in larger and larger circles that bruised and squeezed the heart, before they actually did – go all the way, in a delectably steamy scene. A quick and light read with a sweet dog as a bonus.
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