I received an ARC of this book from the author and I voluntarily reviewed it. Thank you LeAnn Ashers!
I absolutely loved Lane, Amelia and Tiffany's story. Yes, I wrote three names, because Tiffany is just as much part of this story as Lane and Amelia. This book was just as much about romantic love and family love; about how blood does not make family, but love does.
This book also touches on body positivity whIch I think is great. It's important for women to be confident and feel not only comfortable, but beautiful in their skin.
Here are my snags. Ashers tends to repeat herself / be repetitive in her writing. She'll make the same statement more than once in exactly the same or almost exactly the same wording - that ruffles my feathers.
Also, maybe I have greater faith in humanity than I should, but there sure are an unnatural amount of terrible day-to-day humans in these books. It's almost like any non-MC human is disrespectful, has violent motives, and/pr has terrible morals. From my experience, it's a little unrepresentative, although I've never been in an MC town *shrug*.
Anyways, that doesn't negate the great love story in this book! Honestly, Tiffany made the book for me. She is such a sassy little eight-year-old. She made me laugh and smile on many occasions.