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Ransom by Nana Malone
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it was amazing

Yet another great book from Nana Malone. Yet again another story with an underlying theme.

The theme in this book was about not feeling good enough. Both Ransom and Lexa believed they were not good enough to be loved by anyone. Ransom's father and ex-wife walked out on him destroying his self-worth and making him question anyone's ability to love him. Lexa always picked the wrong guy to get involved with making her question his decision making and worthiness of love. What a pair these two make.

Having known each other and fantasized about each other for years, when they finally get together you know the sparks will fly. Ransom finally found someone he could open up to, but felt like he was betrayed when the paparazzi reported things he'd only told Lexa. He lost his faith and trust in her. She on the otherhand ran away when the "shit hit the fan" because that is easier than staying and dealing with the issues of worth and standing up for yourself.

It was nice to see Lexa make Ransom earn her back, but how does he know she won't run away again when things get tough. The tie in to the Coulter family was interesting and I wonder if that will be explored in a spin-off series. Will Ransom ever be accepted by Rory Coulter? I loved that Fox showed up at his hotel room and called him cousin, but I would've liked to see more.

All in all, this was a great book. Fabulous love story with a touch of intrigue.

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May 6, 2017 – Shelved

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