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The Two-Date Rule by Tawna Fenske
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really liked it

I really liked this book and the romance between Willa and Grady.

This book has such a funny and sweet meet cute, you can just imagine their faces when she addresses him in a way he never expected. They meet at a stripper night at the club where his band often preforms.

Well he gets a date out of her but when she tells him that she only dates a guy twice, he gets very intrigued by her. Since their date went really well he figures out how to be with her without it being a date, like mini golf, a picnic on his family day at the smokejumpers base, a drink with friends after one of their concerts and so on. The closer they get and the more relaxed she gets with him the two-date rule seems to become history. But what happens when her past catches up to her and his relaxed relationship towards money and life creates a void between them? Can they ever get back what they had before all these problems overtake their lives?

Grady is such a great guy, he is a smokejumper, very easygoing, he wants to take care of Willa and help her when she needs it, he is also there for his family and friends when they need it. He lives this life because he doesn’t know if there will come a day when he will not come back from a fire.

Willa has grown up poor and with a father who is a drunk and no mother. She is fighting with anxieties of loosing her home and job as an adult so she lives a very closed of life and has her own company at home. She works a lot and doesn’t have life outside of her two best friends and her father.
Grady helps her let go and become more relaxed and she learns to live with her anxiety.

They are so great and sweet together and their chemistry is just amazing and hot. The side characters are very sweet and strong and they help Willa and Grady through their problems when they are apart.
It was great learning about smokejumpers life and all that comes with it. The anxiety rep is amazing in this book too. I could really identify myself in Willa’s anxieties about making mistakes, losing your job and your identity and become homeless. All these thoughts running through your mind with no outlet.

I can definitely recommend this book,

I got this book from Entangled Publishing and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much.

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Reading Progress

January 31, 2020 – Started Reading
February 1, 2020 –
page 10
2.5% (Kindle Edition)
February 1, 2020 –
10.0% (Kindle Edition)
February 3, 2020 –
25.0% (Kindle Edition)
February 4, 2020 –
32.0% (Kindle Edition)
February 7, 2020 –
38.0% (Kindle Edition)
February 14, 2020 – Finished Reading
February 17, 2020 –
73.0% (Kindle Edition)
March 20, 2020 – Shelved

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