*crying* I’ll be okay, give me a minute. *crying*
*wipes the tears away from my eyes*
I’m so sad. I let 5 different women, each with their own list of wants from a man take over my heart. I don’t want to let go of them. Each and every one of them have let me come into their lives and see how they meet their matches, regardless of The List that they made up in college. *sigh*
I loved Heather’s story. There was a certain edge to it and I enjoyed it immensely. I also liked the fact that Joss was older than Heather. As much as he hated it, he was truly attracted to her and this bugged him. He would and did anything for her to make the transition for Heather easier but his attraction to her was becoming a problem.
Heather was given the old one two punch and it didn’t make it any better that Joss held the key to her future and her heart as well. Heather was always the nice one; the person that everyone liked but never dated. (Story of my life until I meet my husband) Well, when she decided to turn the tables on Joss, she finally had the life that she, Heather wanted.
This couple was funny, frustrating at times and way beyond sexy. These two were so hawt for each other and couldn’t keep their hands off of each other. That led to some pretty hot scenes but nothing that your mom couldn’t read. :) I also appreciated that their relationship had been established before the story started. At least in the fact that they knew each other and that their relationship progressed from there.
*crying again* I’m truly going to miss the ladies and San Diego. Reading the stories brought back great memories of my trip to San Diego and I really felt like I was “in” the story and not just reading it.
I’ve got to go before I really start blubbering. Thank you ladies for sharing your love stories with me and my readers. Hopefully, yall will come back and tell us more.
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