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Heartland by Sarina Bowen
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really liked it
bookshelves: to-read

Visiting these characters again was so comforting.

This book follows Dylan, the youngest Shipley brother, who is is twenties and in college. We also follow Chastity, who has made an appearance in an earlier book.

Dylan is a grade A commitment phobe. Chastity is Dyaln's best friend and has been harboring a crush on him for a while. So when Dylan finds himself a new girlfriend, Chasity is devastated and crushed.

Dylan makes some cringe-worthy decisions throughout the book. Which made it hard to root for him sometimes. It was obvious he cared about Chastity, at least as a friend, but he'd do some things that made me question it. That being said, he did have redeemable traits of course. He could be sweet and reliable.

Chastity is a little awkward, which makes sense since she grew up in a cult. I adored her. She was loyal and sweet. She was also super open minded. She's a survivor.

Overall, this was a great addition to an amazing series.
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January 28, 2020 – Shelved

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