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This book had me hooked from page one! I love how it starts off letting us know how close the Barton brothers(Luke,Chris) & Hayley were growing up. Unfortunately Hayley left & didn't keep in touch for 3 years & when she comes back she's shocked to find out how life's been for her childhood crush (Luke). The story reverts back to what happened 3 years ago & I like how even this part of book has his & her points of view & loved hearing how he knew she was The One but wasn't secure enough to let her know. Loved the line " I'm the big Bad Wolf about to devour her" & how he refers her to " me little red riding hood". The story is a bit suspenseful- there are some murders that occur & I was on edge throughout the story. I was shocked on who the murderer was. I was given this book as an arc and voluntarily leaving my comments on how much I loved this story. There is a h.e.a. And no cliffhanger. I hope these 2 authors write more books together
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I drink this tea at night as I unwind for bed. It's been great to settle my stomach and balance my body before going to sleep. When I've eaten things throughout the day that I shouldn't have too much of (fried foods, dairy, spicy foods), I drink this tea and feel so much more balanced when I wake up in the morning.