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It's Not Easy Being Right...Vanessa Campbell is a CPA by day and a perfectionist by night. She's fit, successful...and decidedly lonely. She can't stop thinking about the youngest McCauley brother, Cameron. He's just like her: smart, attractive, and usually right—except when dealing with her....But Someone's Got To Do It.Cameron McCauley likes Vanessa a little too well. ShIt's Not Easy Being Right...Vanessa Campbell is a CPA by day and a perfectionist by night. She's fit, successful...and decidedly lonely. She can't stop thinking about the youngest McCauley brother, Cameron. He's just like her: smart, attractive, and usually right—except when dealing with her....But Someone's Got To Do It.Cameron McCauley likes Vanessa a little too well. She's a blond goddess with a razor-sharp tongue. She hates to be wrong, just like him. But she can hold a grudge and is stubborn to a fault—also like him.A past misunderstanding has them rubbing each other the wrong way. Cam is dying to shake Vanessa up—get her to let loose. But if he succeeds, can his heart handle it?...

Title : Ruining Mr. Perfect
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ISBN : 9781402287404
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Number of Pages : 337 Pages
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Ruining Mr. Perfect Reviews

  • Alaina Meserole
    2018-09-18 17:45

    So I sort of started this series out of order which I think is like a reading sin or something but hey, I saw this book on hoopla and I just had to have it. I didn't even think about where it was within whatever series it was in. I saw the cover. I saw how long the audio was. I got it. Pretty simple stuff but now that I did start it out of order I might as well continue reading this series that way - so I will definitely move to book 2 then go to book 1. THEN maybe one day and one year I will actually reread this series in the correct order. MAYBE.Anyhooo, Ruining Mr. Perfect is about Cameron and Vanessa - or was it? I didn't really get that it was all about them and their relationship. To me it seemed like this book was more about Cameron's overall family and whatever was going on between his parents. Hopefully the next two books might clear this whole family thing up?Now don't get me wrong, I still loved the book but I will admit that I was a little confused. This is obviously all my fault since I didn't read the first book nor the second book. But trust me, I will redeem myself one day guys!I really liked Vanessa and Cameron and I liked their relationship. I didn't really like the audio because I thought whoever was reading it was just annoying af. So whenever I get the next two books I'll just stick to actually reading them.

  • Nancy❤The❤Bookaholic
    2018-10-01 10:51

    ~~3.75 HEARTS~~I felt like Cameron got cheated out of his own book. This book is supposed to be about the youngest McCauley brother but it wasn't focused soley on Cameron & Vanessa. I felt like it was focused more on what was going on around them mainly Cameron's parents. This was still an enjoyable read even though I liked the first 2 books more.

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2018-10-02 13:43

    Vanessa Campbell is one of the tougher girls of the group. She’s a perfectionist and always has to be right. With the way she was brought up, Vanessa didn’t receive love or attention from her parents and that has really affected how she runs her own life. However, RUINING MR. PERFECT shows that Vanessa is absolutely capable of falling in love. The only problem is, she doesn’t know how to handle it.Cameron McCauley is the sensitive one. He’s the smart, sexy and successful hottie in a suit that can charm the pants off everyone. So it’s really no surprise when the sexual tension between Vanessa and Cam heats up quick.What I love about this book is the way Harte made it all about the hero and the heroine. So many books have conflicts that are based on just miscommunication, which I’ll admit happens here. However, I didn’t feel annoyed as I usually do with those kinds of easily-solved problems with this one. I think it’s because Harte does a fabulous job of showing the reader where Vanessa is coming from and nicely displays how afraid she is. By the end, you’re rooting for her character as she makes those grand leaps that I don’t think I’d be strong enough to do, so it’s nice when the reader can relate to character’s emotions and fears.Of course, Harte doesn’t stray from the sexiness – one of my favorite things about this series. And yet, with all the smoking hot sex scenes in this book, Harte makes each one important in developing their relationship. The one that absolutely killed me is when Vanessa breaks into him home and waits for him to get back into the gym. There’s not a lot of passionate words there, but the scene definitely packs an emotional punch and nearly broke my heart in the process.Something different that was added in is the ups and downs of Bitsy and Pop or better known as Beth and James, the boys’ parents. It may come as a shock to many but they are on the rocks and everything they experience gets hard before it can get better. Kudos to Harte who is not only able to balance TWO romances well in one book, but to give their parents the happily-ever-after that they deserve.Next up is Mike’s book and if the last chapter of the book is anything to go by, it’s definitely going to be a thrill to read. I am dying for Mike and Del to be together. Since this series is a little more on the sexier side, it reminds me a lot of Toni Blake’s Destiny series that definitely burns up the sheets. And yet, the humor and particularly Vanessa and Cameron’s personality in this book, reminds me a lot of Julie James’ style as well. If you’re a fan of either of them, you.must.read.this.series! Favorite Quote:“Man, I’m falling for you, Cameron McCauley. And just this one, I don’t want to be right about being so wrong for you.”*ARC provided by publisher

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    2018-09-26 10:47

    Slick‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews4.5 STARSReview copy provided for an honest reviewThere’s something special when two people are made for each other and that’s exactly how I feel about the hero and heroine in Marie Harte’s Ruining Mr. Perfect. Both are goal oriented, financial geniuses, exercise fiends, and health conscious. They pretty much are perfect for one another except they both like to be right and they both have some issues stemming from their childhoods. An excellent cast of characters that will charm you, a plot that throws a monkey wrench into 5 and 10 year plans, panty dropping sizzling sex scenes, and two stubborn people learning to yield once in a while makes this one entertaining and sexy story.Cameron McCauley is cut from a different cloth than his brothers and his father. He respects them immensely but Cam is more of a thinker and while he appreciates the work they do it was never something he wanted for himself. He’s always gone after what he wants but he’s held back from Vanessa the beautiful blond that moved in next door to his oldest brother but after a shared kiss on Christmas day he’s decided it is time to make a move problem is Vanessa is tough and prickly and he knows he has to approach her just right in order to finally go after what he wants.I loved watching these two come together and begin to figure out how right they were for one another. Because of their shared interests they just meshed but their competitive sides reared up occasionally giving them grief. To top it off Cameron has always felt like he needed to prove himself to everyone so at times he pushes a little too hard and Vanessa grew up devoid of human contact and emotion so she is completely self sufficient which makes it difficult for her to let anyone do anything for her and for her to trust they will do it. At times she drove me a little crazy but I really did understand her issues.This author always writes hot, steamy, down and dirty sex scenes and these two tear up the sheets and pretty much every available surface. The problem is they often use sex to get out of having discussions they need to have because they both realize how easily the other becomes distracted.While the majority of this book is Cameron and Vanessa trying to navigate the relationship waters there are a couple of other side stories going on which just adds to an already fantastic book. One of the stories directly impacts Cameron and Vanessa as they both feel they were right in the way they handled the situation.From the very first book I have been in love with the McCauley family and these characters. Ruining Mr. Perfect was an amazing addition to a strong series but I’m putting it out there, I can’t WAIT to see what happens next because I have a feeling the next book is going to be even better.

  • Chumchum_88
    2018-09-24 15:42

    Well I have to say it was good but not my favorite, it was the first that had multiple couples.- The hero and heroine were too much alike yet they had their differences, like the heroine she looked to me that she had something in common with Brody the hero f the previous book, and that is when in a fix they prefer to deal with it on their own and this happened a lot in this book, were she either avoid the hero or ask for some space. - Believe it or not I liked the parents part more than the main couple, yeah the beginning wasn't that sunny, but with the progress it took I just looked forward to the next part they will be mentioned. Loved the jealousy, the date, and everything.- Loved the Del parts can't wait to read the next book, I liked her family especially her dad.- I think the reason I didn't like this book too much is that it has too much baggage, like the emotional parts the misunderstandings, the lack of communication,- This is the first book that makes me remember that some books teach you a certain morale, and for this one the morale was communication, nothing gets across or accomplished if there was none.- And don't let me start with the epilogue, it was AMAZING!! just hilarious XD it left me tingly with anticipation for the next book ^^Overall, *thumbs side-ways*

  • ɑƨħŵɑɡ ♥Team Magnus Damora FOREVER♥
    2018-10-02 17:48

    I had soooooooooooo high expectations for this book. I mean, it was always on the back of my mind and I'm always trying to find the opportunity to read it. Well, now that I did I am hugely disappointed..Ruining Mr. Perfect is the kind of story where so much is happening at the same time I felt my own mind filled with noise. The multiple stories going in it did not help either.. There was the main story of Vanessa and Cameron, then Cameron's father and mother then what I think is the beginnings of Mike's story with Delilah, I just couldn't handle that many plots at the same time..Also, Vanessa and Cameron are cheesy. What I appreciated about Vanessa was her strong will and determination but I'm not sure about her and Cameron together.. They were fine at the beginning but then after they got together the first time the only good part of their story was the sex scenes. I couldn't care less about what is happening to them.. it was like poof! spark gone!

  • Rachel Regina
    2018-10-12 17:51

    Overall rating: 4.5 stars!!Triggers:Cheating: (view spoiler)[ no(hide spoiler)]Love triangle: (view spoiler)[ no(hide spoiler)]Sex with om/ow: (view spoiler)[ no(hide spoiler)]HEA: (view spoiler)[ yes!(hide spoiler)]My review:Since the beginning of this series I always knew there was something brewing between our little Vanessa and Cameron. This was a very cute and sweet romance. Very little drama which I enjoyed and although not as much steam as the last book, it still fit. I loved both of the main characters. Also, although I did appreciate the side romance of James and Beth - I wish it was resolved a little bit. But it was still sweet. I can't wait for Mike's story!!! :D

  • ⚜️Trea
    2018-10-03 13:47

    I wasn't that impressed with this installment. To me, it didn't make sense to put the two cerebral types together. I couldn't see what made them spark! Vanessa has had an aloof thing going for the entire series and falling in love didn't soften it like it should have! Cameron was also a bit of a drama prince, and wound up really hurting Vanessa in the process! Not to mention, they were pretty stupid in thinking that only the Pill would protect them from pregnancy! It was just asking for trouble when I read that! All in all, this was the weak link in the series for me.

  • Nathi *Shut it and let me read*
    2018-10-13 13:46

    4.5 starsI really liked this one! For me Vanessa was the best female character from this series!She was fun in her "I'm-always-right-and-always-saying-the-truth" way! You just couldn't help but lover her and cheer for a HEA for her!Cam is a McCauley so nuff said! You just can't help but love all those boys!Now I'm really curious to Mike's story because from all of them he was the one that I first liked and I can't wait to see how the author is going to work her relationship with him and his adorableeeee kid! =)

  • Crazy for Books (Stephanie)
    2018-09-23 11:37

    Cameron and Vanessa's story is hilarious. Vanessa is so controlled and has a plan for her life and future. Though Cameron has a plan, his McCauley upbringing has taught him to go with the flow a little better than Vanessa. Once these two decide they want to be together they dive right in, but stumble over a few things as they go.Vanessa's penchant for speaking the truth and telling her version of what's right cause a few problems with their relationship. Cameron knows what he wants, and it's Vanessa. He just hast to get around a few of her barriers to get her to the same place.I loved snippets of James and Beth's relationship, as well as getting more insight into Del, J.T. and Liam Webster, as well as the crew at the shop. I can't wait to dive into that series as well as the Donnigans. I don't know what took me so long to get into this series. I love rom-coms and this series is right up my alley.

  • Jackie Lane
    2018-09-17 10:52

    I'm enjoying this series.This is Vanessa and Cam's book and we get to see how their on again off again relationship plays out. We also get a peek at Cam's parents and what went wrong with their marriage as well as a glimpse at Vanessa's parents.4 stars

  • Gokce ~Muslin Myst~
    2018-10-14 11:27

    Oh god. It’s scary how enamored I am with these brothers, really. I even come to wish there were a few more of them to go for future books, just so I wouldn’t have to leave them and their family dynamics so soon. And yes, even though the next book is months away, I said ‘soon’.If I have to be completely honest, I didn’t know how Cam and Vanessa was going to work. I had a feeling and enough confidence in Marie Harte’s writing that she’d make them work, but I just couldn’t see the how. I like my romances best on the ‘opposites attract’ side. The more they bicker, the better and sexier. And though Cam and Vanessa did their fair share of bickering, thanks to Vanessa’s constant need to be right and her extremely blatant ways and Cam’s equal insistence on being the right one and his desire to be respected and needed, they were still too alike. Was I wrong? Hey, I’m not too proud to say I was. And in my defense, I knew Marie Harte was going to make it work. Didn’t I just say it? And she actually opened my eyes up to new possibilities in romance, a world where too alike couples can make things work and be damn sexy doing it too.With the first two books, the heroes and heroines spending so much time together and being so close, I had a great chance to get to know them and what to expect from their stories. With Cam and Vanessa though, because of the kind of people they were, it was hard to anticipate exactly what I would get. It might’ve been scary, but their story flew so smoothly that all my worries melted away from the first chapter. Sure, Vanessa was pragmatic and even cold at times, and extremely blunt bordering on annoying in some cases, but she had her reasons for being so. When I realized where she came from-we were hinted at her family life in previous books- I couldn’t fault her for being a little too logical. In fact, I respected her ability to filter her emotions and analyze situations and-contrary to what she felt about herself- her inner softness and her clear devotion to those she truly loves. And then there was Cam, with his healthier and more serious look at life that set him aside from his usually playful and lighthearted brothers. But Cam, with his unMcCauley ways, he was also very charming, attentive, caring, and with the exceptions of a few times, quite understanding. So I let him get away with his silly side that emerged a few times. He had his hangups too, and that only made him more relatable, and that, in turn, made him a good hero in my book. Or in Marie Harte’s. Semantics.As much as Cam and Vanessa’s story was sexy, nicely told, charming and cute, I also liked the subplot involving the Mama and Papa McCauley. They had their little story going on for two books now, and normally I might’ve preferred to give my undivided attention to the current hero and heroine, but their issues piqued my interest, what can I say?A great addition to a great family series, pick this-and the previous ones- up for some good time. You’ll get to laugh out loud, spy on guys’ Friday card games, read some sexy romance, and envy all kinds of different women while expanding your fictional boyfriend pool. A fully enjoyable reading experience this series is proving to be. You won’t regret it.Next, the big bear of a man, single father. Need I say? Do I really have to take the time and effort to type down how much I’m anticipating his story? As soon as I was done reading about-and loving immensely- Cam and Vanessa’s story, I started thinking about how great and so damn sexy Mike and Del’s probably going to be. Give me a bickering couple to obsess over any day and experience my joy.

  • ☕ Kimberly
    2018-10-15 12:50

    Caffeinated Dates with Ruining Mr. PerfectFirst Date: In the previous novel Vanessa Campbell our little perfectionist, drill sergeant and number geek shared a rather smokin’ hot kiss with Cameron. He is the youngest McCauley, who unlike his brother’s isn’t in the family construction business, prefers apple-flavored beers, eats healthy and is neat. Nothing has happened since then, but Cameron is finding opportunities to spend time with her. Vanessa is impossibly attracted to him, but with her roommates dating his brothers it could get messy and Vanessa doesn’t do messy.Second Date: I love the little tango, denial and friendship developing between them. Talks at the gym, a situation push them into spending time together and ooh-la-la the sparks, the heat, the view. I am melting as I try to both savor and move forward to my HEA. Meanwhile, there is trouble at the McCauley homestead, and it is shaking up the boys. Mike and Delilah butt heads and the brothers dish and tease each other. I adore the small-town vibe, side stories and updates regarding previous couples.Third Date: Vanessa and Cameron are so hot together, but Vanessa has some hang-ups and trust issues that are making things difficult. Miscommunication, feelings, fears and an unexpected complication throw a bump into the relationship. Of course, family and friends are there to offer advice and help the couple out. Other threads wrap us as our couple grows. The chemistry between Cannon and Vanessa was delightful from their banter to sexy time making this date the most precious as I rooted for them.Copy received from publisher.This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer

  • Ivy Deluca
    2018-10-15 16:36

    The Good, The Bad and Everything In BetweenThis is a character driven story with alot of camaraderie between siblings and a set of friends who live next door. Vanessa’s a confident heroine, which I gravitate towards. She takes command in her professional life as well as with Cam, though I think it is a fairly even power exchange between the two. However, seeing Vanessa take control and direct the action on occasion was a nice change of pace and Cam’s very into her, which is attractive to me. There are good stretches of dialogue which allowed me to get to know Cam and Vanessa better.My main complaint was I felt that I was missing something while reading it. The story shifts between Cam/Vanessa and their friends/family enough that my unfamiliarity with them hindered my enjoyment. The book starts as if we’re in the middle of a story instead of a real intro to these particular characters. It was only after I started that I realized that this was the third book, which is the reason for my slight disconnect, I believe. Though I have to give points for a secondary romance - it rarely happens in novels these days it seems (always saving that romance for the next book).The Bottom LineEven if I felt a little lost at times, I did enjoy the author’s “voice” and I would be open to checking out the earlier books.**ARC provided by publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review**

  • Kari
    2018-10-12 16:48

    I read the first two books in this series a while back and, for some reason, I never continued. I'm sorry that I waited so long to pick up the third McCauley brother book, Ruining Mr. Perfect. This was Cameron and Vanessa's book. Both of them are pretty straight laced and different from their families and friends. The fact that they are so similar should make for a logical relationship. But emotions have a way of rearing their ugly heads to make things more complicated,I thought this was a really cute romance. Vanessa and Cameron were really suited for each other. Loved how Cam saw right through all of her BS and broke down her walls. This book is big on the theme of communication. Because of that, there was a lot less angst in the story. That was refreshing. There is a big surprise toward the end of the book that throws the couple for a loop, but I loved it. There is a secondary story line that continues from the previous book. Beth and James McCauley are separating after 30 something years. It is hard on everyone involved. Watching them make their way back to each other was entertaining. I think I was rooting for them more than Cam and Vanessa. This as a great addition to the series. I highly recommend it.

  • Kelly at
    2018-10-09 12:36

    Review will be posted atwww.books-n-kisses.com .NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 1/2REVIEW: Awe, Marie does it again. I think Cameron & Vanessa are my favorite so far. I just love how they are so much a like yet different. That Cameron knows how to push Vanessa’s buttons and how she fights back. I loved how even when they fight they don’t really fight. Unless of course Vanessa is wrong then the fight is to the death. These two are just great. And the side story with Pop & Bitsy is great too. And I loved the introduction to Mike & Del’s book. hehehe..... This one is going to be a fun ride, can’t wait to read. If you have not started this series you should really think about it. These McCauley boys are hot and know what they are doing. Well most of the time :) And if I were you I would start at the beginning (you don’t have to but I would)Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of the book from NetGalley & Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.

  • RJ
    2018-09-29 11:45

    The best part about this book was Cam and Vanessa's banter! They were pretty cute together, except for their idiot moments.I loved how self-assured and comfortable in his own skin Cam was. He wasn't overly cocky, he had just the right amount of confidence. It was damn attractive.There are some minor quibbles I had that kept this from being a perfect five stars, but nonetheless, it was an enjoyable read.

  • Racquel
    2018-09-20 11:39

    I wasn't that excited for this book because it was the book that stood between me and MIKE'S BOOK but holy NEW FAVORITE!!!!

  • Danielle
    2018-10-09 10:32

    Loved cam and how sweet he was but he still had a edge. They really are a great couple together. The best part is when u find out why he joined the gym lol

  • Linda Levy
    2018-09-16 15:33

    4.5 stars. Well written and paced story with very likeable characters.I have read and reviewed these books previously from the back of the book but they have all gone missing. Rereading this series is not a hardship as you are introduced to a very great group of characters you want to know more about. Even the parents are great and get some page time in the series.This series is centred around a family of brothers, blood and heart, and their friends. You get a good feel for their background and what goes on between this close-knit family, including brotherly hazing, fist and verbal fights and the teasing. Even the women have a close bond and there’s also laughs and carrying on to be had.Though this book is about Vanessa and Cameron there is a secondary story going on in the background with the McCauley parents having marital problems.This doesn’t detract from the story as it is well written and flows well but it does cut down on Vanessa and Cameron to me.These two are carbon copies of each other, both in the financial field, both control freaks, except Cameron has had a loving and supportive background whilst Vanessa’s parents seem to be cold and unlikeable.Cameron is the youngest brother and so different from his rambunctious brothers. He is calm, sensitive and stubborn in his own way. This doesn’t mean he can’t hold his own against the others.Vanessa is a control freak with a background of sabotaging any relationships with men. Falling in love is not something she believes she can do until Cameron comes along and she does not know how to react.I really did like how this played out.

  • Maria
    2018-09-19 16:50

    So here I thought this was just about Cameron and Vanessa falling in love....nope seems Beth and James Macauley (mom and dad to the brothers) are having marital issues too.Seems that communication, or lack of, is not a problem just for the younger generations. Neither is stubbornness or frustration.I get that Vanessa had an odd and somewhat cold childhood. Two professors whom are more interested in academia than their daughter....tends to leave a person with trust and intimacy issues. Now Cameron just has issues since dad has always picked on him for being a "nancy" and not working in a manly career like his brothers. See, everyone has their issues and if we just stopped hiding and faced it think how much sooner we could find our HEA and have a GREAT relationship with our parents. Okay maybe not for Vanessa but there is still hope for everyone else.I will admit there times I wanted to shake Vanessa and tell her to get her head out of her ass and follow her own advice. And Cameron.....OMG....for being a financial genius and self-made man...I can so see why his dad might have called him a "nancy"...geez you got a pair in those boxer briefs? Guess that just shows a sign of good writing when you can forget you are reading about fictional characters and not some real person. Story jumped a little too often for me from Cam-Vanessa to Beth-James but eh...it is what it is. Then you add the other two couples, the hottie intern, Mr. Small Dick and Liam....well it can feel a little crowded at times. Plus we get a glimpse of things to come....Big Brother Mike and Del, the lady mechanic with the tatts and piercings....this could be interesting.

  • Darcy
    2018-09-30 17:37

    Vanessa and Cameron seem to be the odd ones in their group, especially Cameron. He's the white collar guy to his blue collar family. I love how all his brothers tease Cameron about his metro sexual ways. Vanessa comes off as a stick in the mud type A personality, but the two of them worked together. It was fun to see the two of them bond over things everyone else hated them. The older McCauley's marriage problems came to a head in this one. It was interesting to see how everyone reacted. I was a bit surprised that Vanessa was the one to take charge of things and confront Bitsy. Her advice to Bitsy was solid, it worked if things worked out for the couple or if they didn't. It was interesting to see how Cameron reacted to the advice when he learned of it. I didn't expect Cameron to loose it like he did, nor did I expect Vanessa to fill James in where she did. I wasn't sure Vanessa and Cameron would be able to over come their issues, which was too bad because so much was at stake. I was glad that both of them got their heads out of their asses and talked.

  • Buffer
    2018-10-10 14:39

    I love this. Marie Harte could do no wrong in my books. I've grown to love the McCauley family a lot. With the story of the matriarch and patriarch (Beth and James) of the bunch threaded throughout, the story still managed to keep its focus on Vanessa and Cameron. And I love these two, they really suit each other. One of the things that I've come to expect and enjoy immensely with Marie Harte's books is how diverse the characters are, and each couple has their own thing. I cannot wait for big brother Mike's story.

  • Jeri
    2018-09-17 16:34

    Cameron and VanessaI honestly wasn't sure if I would like this book. Oh I loved it. Cameron and Vanessa was intense and sexy. Watching as she discovered her feelings. Cameron showing her in so many ways his love. The whole crazy group keeping you laughing. Let's not forget Mom and Dad finding their groove again. Another incredible book in this series

  • Sara
    2018-09-24 18:50

    Eh, it was ok. Definitely would've appreciated it more if I had read the series in order. But I doubt I would've appreciated these characters more that way. The verbal sparring by Cam and Vanessa got a little boring at times and I found myself drifting off. And Cam didn't feel like a strong, male lead. He felt like he very much had a strong feminine side. Otherwise, it was a pretty good book.

  • Aimee
    2018-10-06 14:31

    This was one of the best of the three in this series thus far...which surprised me as I didn't think I'd like it so much. Of course, book 4 could be the one that blow them all out of the water.

  • Megan
    2018-09-17 13:31

    Loved this book and love this series!!

  • Michelle
    2018-09-19 14:43

    such a good book I can't wait to see what happens in the final book

  • Lisa Williams
    2018-10-02 16:48

    Loved.

  • Joann Krause Radke
    2018-10-10 15:36

    It was ok