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Susan Mallery, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fool’s Gold romances, proves there’s nowhere better than Happily Inc to rekindle first love. Silver Tesdal has a head for business and a mouth made for kissing, and banker Drew Lovato has his eye on both. But ever since he was dumb enough to let her go, she’s kept him at a distance. When the bank turns her down for Susan Mallery, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fool’s Gold romances, proves there’s nowhere better than Happily Inc to rekindle first love. Silver Tesdal has a head for business and a mouth made for kissing, and banker Drew Lovato has his eye on both. But ever since he was dumb enough to let her go, she’s kept him at a distance. When the bank turns her down for a loan, Drew sees a double opportunity—he can finance her brilliant, unique idea to rock Happily Inc’s wedding industry and win back her trust. Despite her reputation, Silver’s not as tough as she seems. Losing Drew nearly destroyed her. Still, his kisses are as tempting as his offer to invest in her business. If she can’t quite get over him, maybe she should get under him and knock him out of her system once and for all. But her best laid plans begin to unravel as Silver finds herself falling even harder than when they were high school sweethearts. Which means that she’ll have to come clean about the secret she’s been hiding from him for years—and risk losing him forever.


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Susan Mallery, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fool’s Gold romances, proves there’s nowhere better than Happily Inc to rekindle first love. Silver Tesdal has a head for business and a mouth made for kissing, and banker Drew Lovato has his eye on both. But ever since he was dumb enough to let her go, she’s kept him at a distance. When the bank turns her down for Susan Mallery, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fool’s Gold romances, proves there’s nowhere better than Happily Inc to rekindle first love. Silver Tesdal has a head for business and a mouth made for kissing, and banker Drew Lovato has his eye on both. But ever since he was dumb enough to let her go, she’s kept him at a distance. When the bank turns her down for a loan, Drew sees a double opportunity—he can finance her brilliant, unique idea to rock Happily Inc’s wedding industry and win back her trust. Despite her reputation, Silver’s not as tough as she seems. Losing Drew nearly destroyed her. Still, his kisses are as tempting as his offer to invest in her business. If she can’t quite get over him, maybe she should get under him and knock him out of her system once and for all. But her best laid plans begin to unravel as Silver finds herself falling even harder than when they were high school sweethearts. Which means that she’ll have to come clean about the secret she’s been hiding from him for years—and risk losing him forever.

30 review for Not Quite Over You

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stacee

    2.5 stars? I really liked Silver from the previous books and was eager to get to her story, especially when I read the premise of this one. Sadly, it was disappointing. Silver and Drew are good enough characters. They’re both loyal and good and only want the best for the people they care about. Their relationship was interesting, but there wasn’t any chemistry at all. I struggled to care about their journey because they didn’t seem to care about each other. As feisty as Silver seemed in the previo 2.5 stars? I really liked Silver from the previous books and was eager to get to her story, especially when I read the premise of this one. Sadly, it was disappointing. Silver and Drew are good enough characters. They’re both loyal and good and only want the best for the people they care about. Their relationship was interesting, but there wasn’t any chemistry at all. I struggled to care about their journey because they didn’t seem to care about each other. As feisty as Silver seemed in the previous books, I didn’t see her spark in this story. Plot wise, it was okay. The conflict was stupid. There was far too much inner monologue and not enough actual conversation. The thread of story between Jasper and Wynn was disjointed and absolutely unnecessary. However, I did like all of the scenes with Autumn and those were the bright spots for me. Overall, it was just such a let down. Everything just felt so resigned. I do like this cast of characters and I’ll definitely be reading the next one. **Huge thanks to HQN Books for providing the arc free of charge**

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    A town relying on the wedding industry to survive, a quirky but endearing hometown cast and difficult family members, Not Quite Over You had all that and more. I enjoyed the story but felt most of the issues were either self induced or personally allowed. Even after both characters had their "come to Jesus moment", were a friend or family member set them straight, they still didn't get it. I really like the Happy, Inc. family. The series has been a delightful read. Not Quite Over You is a nice, A town relying on the wedding industry to survive, a quirky but endearing hometown cast and difficult family members, Not Quite Over You had all that and more. I enjoyed the story but felt most of the issues were either self induced or personally allowed. Even after both characters had their "come to Jesus moment", were a friend or family member set them straight, they still didn't get it. I really like the Happy, Inc. family. The series has been a delightful read. Not Quite Over You is a nice, easy going romance. It was the heavy dose of outside angst causing the drama that kept me from completely engaging...3.5 read for me. I received this ARC copy of Not Quite Over You from HARLEQUIN - HQN. This is my honest and voluntary review. Not Quite Over You is set for publication October 23, 2018. My Rating: 3.5 stars Written by: Susan Mallery Series: Happily Inc Sequence In Series: Book 4 Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages Publisher: HQN ISBN-10: 1335474633 ISBN-13: 978-1335474636 Genre: Contemporary Romance Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Not-Quite-Over... Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/not-... Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/not-... Want more check us out on Tome Tender Book Blog or on Facebook

  3. 5 out of 5

    ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰

    Anonther amazingly adorable and funny and sweet and sexy and heartbreaking book in this great series! I loved Drew and Silver and Autumn and Granpa and allll the others! What's with Jasper ??? Will he get his own book??? PLEASE! AMAZING SERIES! Why is Fool's Gold and Happily Inc not on TV yet???? ♡ ♡ ♡

  4. 5 out of 5

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    Not Quite Over You is the highly anticipated story of two high school sweethearts who get a second chance of finding their forever love. Silver Tisdale let Drew go all those years ago and doesn’t regret her decision. She feels she’s over him but a secret she’s held from him might be coming to light soon and she has to face him with it. Drew Lovato understood why she let him go all those years ago but regrets and wonders what if these days. When an opportunity comes to his attention to help out S Not Quite Over You is the highly anticipated story of two high school sweethearts who get a second chance of finding their forever love. Silver Tisdale let Drew go all those years ago and doesn’t regret her decision. She feels she’s over him but a secret she’s held from him might be coming to light soon and she has to face him with it. Drew Lovato understood why she let him go all those years ago but regrets and wonders what if these days. When an opportunity comes to his attention to help out Silver with her business, he hopes he can convince her to mix a little pleasure with it. There is no doubt that there is chemistry between Silver and Drew and it was a matter of time before they were together again. It was easy to slip back into what was familiar yet not, because he’s was a boy before and now he’s all man. There is a maturity between them now and a lot of reflection of what might have been between them if they hadn’t broken up. When Silver revealed her secret to Drew, he was upset at first but then he rationalized it and put himself in her shoes to see it from her perspective. Working together as business partners was the first step in getting these two people back together again. Being around one another stirred those feelings again but this time there was more at stake. Silver has been a recurring character in the previous stories and is one of those characters that is charismatic, strong and independent. To see a vulnerable side of her was new but yet showed so much more to who she really is behind the strong façade she shows her friends. Drew gets a chance to be there for Silver and not take the easy way out like he did before. He also grows as a character and stands up to his parents to get them to understand what he wants what to do with his life and who should be in it. I thoroughly enjoy returning to Happily Inc and all the characters that we’ve gotten to know along the way. Susan Mallery is an author that doesn’t disappoint with her fun and heartwarming romances. I love the quirky town that she has created with Happily Inc and the individuals who make up this town. There is also another minor storyline in conjunction with the main romance and I hope that we get to see if those two characters will get their own story in the future. Not Quite Over You is sure to be a fan favorite in the Happily Inc series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chris Conley

    I simply love Susan Mallery’s books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    Silver Tesdal is not looking for love. She have her friends (and glad that they found good men) and she's happy in her professional life, being her own boss and working as a bartender for special events in her traveling bar. But when the bank turn down her loan request for buying two more Airstream vans to expand her business, it'll bring back one of her ex in her life. Life got in the way of young love. Or more precisely, neither Drew, nor Silver was ready for commitment and living adult life a Silver Tesdal is not looking for love. She have her friends (and glad that they found good men) and she's happy in her professional life, being her own boss and working as a bartender for special events in her traveling bar. But when the bank turn down her loan request for buying two more Airstream vans to expand her business, it'll bring back one of her ex in her life. Life got in the way of young love. Or more precisely, neither Drew, nor Silver was ready for commitment and living adult life at the time. So they broke up. There was no resentments, despite the big decisions and living in the same town, they continued to see each other on the street or at a local store, they just didn't stay in contact. But lately, Drew found himself thinking about Silver, and when the bank he work for denied her credit, he see an opportunity to buy into her business, if she wants him as a minority partner, but also the occasion to spend time with her and maybe rekindling their attraction? Many things were a pleasant surprise while I was reading this book. Like the secret that Silver was keeping from the hero. It's one we read about before but there was a little twist that I found really interesting and I like what the author did with this. I like that both MC had to take care of someone for a little while. I like characters with asserted personality and they both were. Drew was also one of the pleasant surprise. I liked how he saw the heroine as a combination of determination and sass. Or to hear him think that he never felt as comfortable with other women as he did with her. The author made me believe that he really love her for who she is. But what really stood out for me about him, was his curiosity and how he took things seriously (without being a rigid guy). When he became Silver's partner, he did his homework and took a real interest in her work and expertise. And he offered ideas but he never tried to control the operations. Silver was great too and I loved her authenticity. This book might not have been a thrilling ride, with consuming passion and adventures, but it was a beautiful tale about how the past doesn't define who you are, and that doing the right thing doesn't mean the same for everyone, but it left me with a feeling I adore when I finish a book ; it left me with contentment.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I have read every book in this series. I really like the people and the town of Happy. Everyone is so friendly and quick to help lend a helping hand. The last two books I really enjoyed. This time I am sad to report that this book felt like it took a tiny step backwards. While, the story was good as well as the characters; I felt like I struggled some to connect with the characters. Silver and Drew were good. Yet, this is where some of the magic from the prior books seemed to be missing. Silver I have read every book in this series. I really like the people and the town of Happy. Everyone is so friendly and quick to help lend a helping hand. The last two books I really enjoyed. This time I am sad to report that this book felt like it took a tiny step backwards. While, the story was good as well as the characters; I felt like I struggled some to connect with the characters. Silver and Drew were good. Yet, this is where some of the magic from the prior books seemed to be missing. Silver is a sweetheart but she didn't have as much spunk. Plus, it might have been because she was exhausted from trying with the bank to get a loan approved but she came off as defeated. On the other hand, Drew, was Silver's knight in shining armor. Together they made a good couple. Yet, the sparks for me were "mild". Although, I was not feeling this book as much as some of the prior novels, this was still a good read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    Not Quite Over You is the fourth book in the Happily Inc series. This is Silver and Drew's story. I have to admit, that overall, I have been pretty underwhelmed with this series so far; this latest installment included. The main reason has been the main couple in each book. Like Silver and Drew, I have just not felt the attraction or any heat between them to make their HEAs believable. In this book, Silver and Drew were in love the summer before he went off to college. Silver broke up with him s Not Quite Over You is the fourth book in the Happily Inc series. This is Silver and Drew's story. I have to admit, that overall, I have been pretty underwhelmed with this series so far; this latest installment included. The main reason has been the main couple in each book. Like Silver and Drew, I have just not felt the attraction or any heat between them to make their HEAs believable. In this book, Silver and Drew were in love the summer before he went off to college. Silver broke up with him so he would leave and be able to spread his wings. With this being a second chance romance, you would think there would be more emotion and at least attraction. But that really wasn't any. To me, they were probably to most boring couple out of the four we have read about so far. The story also felt unfocused as we don't spend most of our time with the main couple. Instead, there is a lot of time spent focusing on Bethany and Cade and their "royal"shower and wedding problem. I didn't read their novella, but I found Bethany's whining about her royal family a bit over the top. I also could have done without the Wynn/Jasper storyline. It really added nothing to the book. Wynn's story has been hinted at over the past 3 books now. It would have been nice to get some closure on it here, but instead, we just get more of the same teaser. Overall, this was just an OK read for me again. The HEA was cute, so it had that going for it. I still am a big fan of this author and her other books. I just wish I clicked more with this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

    ***I received an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to the author, publisher and NetGalley.*** Not Quite Over You, by Susan Mallery, is the fourth book in the Happily series and it was decent. I’d previously read book 2.5 and this one fell into the same star range. There were some confusing details, but even worse for me, I didn’t feel the chemistry between Drew and Silver for a lot of the story. I couldn’t tell if the yearning was for what once was or pure sexual che ***I received an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to the author, publisher and NetGalley.*** Not Quite Over You, by Susan Mallery, is the fourth book in the Happily series and it was decent. I’d previously read book 2.5 and this one fell into the same star range. There were some confusing details, but even worse for me, I didn’t feel the chemistry between Drew and Silver for a lot of the story. I couldn’t tell if the yearning was for what once was or pure sexual chemistry because if ever I’ve read a story where 2 characters could have a no-strings sexual relationship, this one was it. Drew and Silver fell in love at the end of high school. Silver, trying not to repeat her mother’s mistakes, broke up with Drew before he left for college, certain that she knew what he wanted for his future even if he didn’t. When she finds out she’s pregnant, she and Drew give the baby up. Silver is taken in by the family adopting the child and they stay in touch. Fast forward a decade, now she’s back in the same town as Drew and has built a successful business. Drew wants to smooth things over with her and offers her a business opportunity she can’t refuse. They reconnect but Silver holds back any information about their child. She knows she has to come clean with Drew about her relationship with their child and family because they’re coming to town for a wedding. This book wasn’t bad, but for me it lacked that pull-you-in-keep-you-reading excitement. After learning about Silver’s and Drew’s pasts, I was convinced neither had any feelings for the other any longer. At first, I failed to feel any chemistry between them whatsoever. When the relationship became physical, it really did seem like they were just having fun. At times, Drew’s attitude was irritating, and for a while I liked him less and less as the story progressed. I also found it weird that a grown man, a successful banker and businessman who was “well into his thirties” couldn’t convince his own parents that he didn’t want to follow in their footsteps. And don’t get me started on the weirdness of his parents coming home to try and secure him the job as the head of the bank. And speaking of his age, the math didn’t work out for me. He was 18 when he signed the adoption papers. If he was “well into his thirties” as stated by Drew, that suggests the child was somewhere between 14 and 16. I think she was 11. I can’t remember exactly but the detail just stuck out like a sore thumb to me. I was pleased that the author didn’t make Autumn the thing that broke Silver and Drew up. It was nice seeing the 3 of them together with the family they might have had. That said, I need to give a shout out to Cade. Thank you, Cade, for telling Drew in no uncertain terms that he was not the victim in regard to the adoption or anything that came after. I was annoyed at Silver and felt she came off as stupid when she, at 77% through the book, still couldn’t admit she was in love with Drew. Even worse, Drew couldn’t admit the depth of his feelings for Silver at 86%. The author wrote “Some great truth lurked just out of mental reach…” regarding his feelings, which just seemed ridiculous that a grown man with a previously emotionally intense relationship with the same woman couldn’t commit to loving her. For me it made both characters seem a bit dumb. The inevitable breakup happens in a rather predictable way, which was fine. It made sense. What I didn’t like was how stubborn Silver was, waiting for Drew to come to her. Her objection to Drew’s first ‘I love you’ seemed silly. I would have thought she’d have been happy just to hear that he felt he same way as she did. The reconciliation was rushed and for me lacked romance and swoons. I found the whole thing a bit odd. There was a subplot relationship between Jasper, one of Drew’s friends, and Wynn, one of Silver’s friends. It disrupted the story for me. It was slotted in with no connection to what was going on with either Drew or Silver. Perhaps it would have made more sense if I’d read all the other books. Either way, for me it was poorly executed and unneeded. If it was present to set up a further story for one or both characters, there were better ways to weave these characters in. Overall this story was just ok for me. Maybe I’m just a mismatch with the author. If you’ve enjoyed other stories by Mallery, I’m sure you’ll like this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Jaeger

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In the newest addition to the Happily Inc. series, Mallery gives us the story of Silver Tedal and Drew Lovato. Lovers when they were teenagers, they went their separate ways when Drew left for college. Silver wound up pregnant and put the baby up for adoption. That was the end of story as far as Drew knew. But Silver kept in touch with the birth family, even living with them for a time, and has been a distant, yet constant, person in her daughters life. A daughter who is now 11 and unknown to Dre In the newest addition to the Happily Inc. series, Mallery gives us the story of Silver Tedal and Drew Lovato. Lovers when they were teenagers, they went their separate ways when Drew left for college. Silver wound up pregnant and put the baby up for adoption. That was the end of story as far as Drew knew. But Silver kept in touch with the birth family, even living with them for a time, and has been a distant, yet constant, person in her daughters life. A daughter who is now 11 and unknown to Drew. This was a lovely little story about rekindled love, first love, and the effects of one decision on so many lives. With her usual easy writing style, Mallery draws her characters perfectly, moves them through their lives with precision, and makes you want to be BFF’s with them all. I was given an arc of this book from Netgalley for an honest opinion, and that opinion is this is a good book. 4 stars from me.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    **FULL REVIEW** I'll admit, when I started reading this book, I did not realize it was by a well-known author. Maybe it's because it's an "ARC" copy from Netgalley (thank you), there are errors that are usually fixed before publication...but to me, it read almost amateur. I don't claim to be some professional, but I do read a lot from many spectrums...just not what I had expected from a seasoned author. In some ways it gave me hope; everyone is human, and even esteemed authors have errors. So tha **FULL REVIEW** I'll admit, when I started reading this book, I did not realize it was by a well-known author. Maybe it's because it's an "ARC" copy from Netgalley (thank you), there are errors that are usually fixed before publication...but to me, it read almost amateur. I don't claim to be some professional, but I do read a lot from many spectrums...just not what I had expected from a seasoned author. In some ways it gave me hope; everyone is human, and even esteemed authors have errors. So thankful for editors and proofreaders! Now, about the book... WONDERFUL, easy, and sweet read. I had my hang-ups with each character individually, but everything came together as a whole. This is the first Happily Inc. book I've read so the mingling of multiple characters with backstories of their own gives me a reason to go back and find out the details...especially, Wynn and Jasper. While I felt their blurbs between the drama of Silver and Drew were a little off-putting and out of place, I know that's how these series usually roll so I used it as a positive in pulling me toward where their story takes them... But, Silver and Drew? Now, that's some fire right there...the fear of unrequited love is real and I felt that...deep in my soul. Mallery nailed both of their fears of failure and shortcomings in a way that made them relatable. A hardworking entrepreneur and the sexy businessman...one sassy, the other a sweetheart. Great combination. I do wish, however, their communication was better. They were business partners and lovers...I also wished to see a little more from Grandpa Frank. He was my favorite supporting character, for sure! But overall, the flow was good, the story was solid, and the outcome...well, you'll just have to read and find out. **4 AlcoHaul, Stars**

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gale

    What can I say about a clueless hero that has a heart of gold, but had feet of clay as a teen? That’s Drew Lovato – hometown golden boy. Or what to say about a heroine who has no idea what she is worth – to herself and others – because she has been badly…bruised is a good word…when life has knocked her down? Considering she has gotten up, brushed herself off, and made something of herself, she should be proud. Only there are some that keep reminding her which side of the tracks she came from… Dre What can I say about a clueless hero that has a heart of gold, but had feet of clay as a teen? That’s Drew Lovato – hometown golden boy. Or what to say about a heroine who has no idea what she is worth – to herself and others – because she has been badly…bruised is a good word…when life has knocked her down? Considering she has gotten up, brushed herself off, and made something of herself, she should be proud. Only there are some that keep reminding her which side of the tracks she came from… Drew has a lot to learn about life and Silver; most of his “schooling” comes from a pint sized whirlwind by the name of Autumn. What a fantastic journey he has! It made me smile, it made me want to smack him upside the head sometimes, and most of all it put me firmly in his corner, cheering him on. Even though he grew up with money and family prestige, he needed to face some pretty strong characters in his family in order to grow up and fight for what he wanted. And Silver… She is strong and smart and beautiful and sassy as all get-out. Underneath it all, she is still hurting from her teenage love and breakup with Drew but she has made something of herself. When she finally realizes no one can take that away from her, she opens herself to many possibilities. As with most of Ms. Mallery’s characters, there is love, and snootiness, and down-to-earthness (I know it’s not a word but it fits!), and fun, and snark. Gotta have snark. Seriously, Not Quite Over You was a great read, with ups and downs, fun and tears, but most of all, love. I really enjoyed this book and it has become one of my favorites of this author.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews

    I probably say this on every review of this series, but I want to live in Happily Inc! This sounds like a wonderful small town and while not perfect has enough positive that draws me into the town. I also love this story because I was part of a (large!) group that helped create one of the characters in the book and the basic story line. This was at the author's Girlfriend Getaway in 2017. We came up with Mr. Whiskers. I was rooting for a turtle, but a bunny won out. Either way, I really enjoyed s I probably say this on every review of this series, but I want to live in Happily Inc! This sounds like a wonderful small town and while not perfect has enough positive that draws me into the town. I also love this story because I was part of a (large!) group that helped create one of the characters in the book and the basic story line. This was at the author's Girlfriend Getaway in 2017. We came up with Mr. Whiskers. I was rooting for a turtle, but a bunny won out. Either way, I really enjoyed seeing how the author took our ideas and weaved them into the story. This book focuses on Silver and Drew. I admire Silver for everything she has gone through in her life and for creating AlcoHaul. What a unique idea for a business which fits perfectly into the town and Weddings Out of the Box. Drew has his own issues, mainly his mother. I am still shocked at how callous she is towards Drew and refusing to listen to what he wants from life. Thankfully his father is down to earth and can see what Drew really wants. Silver and Drew have a past but they are able to work through it all. There are ups and downs, but if everything went smoothly with no issues then the book wouldn't be as engaging. I was a little surprised at a few events near the end, but when I thought about how certain situations played out, it is probably for the best. I also enjoyed a little peek into Jasper and Wynn's life/relationship. There is a lot more to tell regarding Wynn and I can't wait to hear her back story. We know there is one based on her comments to Jasper and her rules for their relationship.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sheery

    Silver Tesdal owns a portable bar that serves the weddings and many events in Happily Inc. She wants to expand her business and goes to the bank for a loan - where she is turned down. Drew Lovato works for the bank and is in line to take it over but not in time to help Silver now. So he devises a plan that doesn't initially sit well with Silver. The two had a relationship he summer after high school but Silver broke up with Drew before he went to college. Then she found out she was pregnant. Fast Silver Tesdal owns a portable bar that serves the weddings and many events in Happily Inc. She wants to expand her business and goes to the bank for a loan - where she is turned down. Drew Lovato works for the bank and is in line to take it over but not in time to help Silver now. So he devises a plan that doesn't initially sit well with Silver. The two had a relationship he summer after high school but Silver broke up with Drew before he went to college. Then she found out she was pregnant. Fast forward over a decade and Drew and Silver are living and working in Happily Inc again. Drew manages to become business partners with Silver. She is reluctant at first but then gives in because what he says business-wise makes sense and she wants to expand. The thing is, they had a child together and Silver kept in touch with her and now she has to share that knowledge with Drew. There were elements of this book I really liked - the humor, the friendships, the emotions. I also liked Silver and Drew as people but I didn't feel the spark between them as a couple. They had really good moments together but they were supposedly so 'hot' together in the past but it wasn't in their present story. I like this series and look forward to continuing with it but Silver and Drew's story was so-so for me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Monique Pearson

    This couple took the long road but it was worth it to become who they needed to be for each other. The two sisters need their heads smacked together. I do hope this series continues because I've really enjoyed it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com Cue the dramatics, the laughter, the angst, and the sigh-worthy romance. Not Quite Over You brought that to the table and oh so much more as we explored Silver and Drew’s second chance romance that was absolutely full of surprises. ‘There was something about that man and her body. They got along really well.’ I’m having such a terrific time with Susan Mallery’s Happily Inc series. And I was (not so patiently) biding my time until we got to Silver’s book, See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com Cue the dramatics, the laughter, the angst, and the sigh-worthy romance. Not Quite Over You brought that to the table and oh so much more as we explored Silver and Drew’s second chance romance that was absolutely full of surprises. ‘There was something about that man and her body. They got along really well.’ I’m having such a terrific time with Susan Mallery’s Happily Inc series. And I was (not so patiently) biding my time until we got to Silver’s book, because–wow!–there was a whole lot she’d been keeping to herself about her past with Drew. Much of which I can’t discuss here, unfortunately. However, I can say that their second chance at romance was everything I hoped it would be, complete with declarations of love, a grand gesture, a genuine connection, and even plenty of family drama. Oh, and we had a subplot with Jasper and Wynn as well! All the makings for an interesting story, right? Read More

  17. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Good second chance romance. It can be read as a stand-alone but is better read in order for the backgrounds of the other characters. Silver and Drew were high school sweethearts and very much in love despite the obstacles. Drew was from a wealthy family, while Silver was from the wrong side of the tracks. When it was time for Drew to leave for college, Silver broke up with him. She felt he would be better off without her holding him back, and could experience college life as it was meant to be. T Good second chance romance. It can be read as a stand-alone but is better read in order for the backgrounds of the other characters. Silver and Drew were high school sweethearts and very much in love despite the obstacles. Drew was from a wealthy family, while Silver was from the wrong side of the tracks. When it was time for Drew to leave for college, Silver broke up with him. She felt he would be better off without her holding him back, and could experience college life as it was meant to be. Twelve years later, Drew is back in Happily, Inc., and still drawn to Silver. Silver has created a good life for herself as the owner/operator of a traveling bar business. She is doing well enough that she wants to expand, but the local bank has turned down her loan application. When Drew found out, he offered to finance Silver's expansion himself, by buying in as a minority partner. Silver isn't so sure that she wants to chance that close an involvement with him. I really liked both Silver and Drew. Silver is feisty, independent, and determined. She has fought hard to make her business a success, overcoming the obstacles in her path. I loved her creativity in her business as she took her strengths and ran with them. She is also fiercely independent, determined to make it on her own. She has made mistakes in the past, but she admits them and moves on. Drew is a great guy. Silver's background had never mattered to him; it was the person she was that he loved. Though their breakup hurt him, he later admitted that she had been right about his need to spread his wings. He's older and wiser now and wants to get to know her again. Drew also had to fight a battle on a second front, as family expectations butted up against Drew's plans for his future. I enjoyed the rekindling of their relationship. The sparks between them were there from the beginning, and Drew was all for following up on them. Silver is a bit more cautious, not wanting to risk her heart again. When Silver decided to accept Drew's offer, she also had the strength to negotiate the terms the way she wanted them. I enjoyed the way that Drew was determined to be more than just a silent partner, and the effort he put in to learn the business. He also stuck to learning and backup and didn't try to take things over. I loved seeing them get to know each other again, and how the chemistry between them continued to build. When they finally gave in to the passion, they were determined to keep it casual, but neither could stop the way their feelings for each other continued to grow. Through it all, Silver is haunted by a secret she has kept from Drew. She has to find a way to tell him before he finds out for himself. I ached for Silver because she was afraid it would ruin what had been building between them. I was pretty impressed with Drew, who, once he got past his initial knee-jerk reaction, was able to see things from Silver's point of view. There was also some interference from Drew's mother, whose attitude did a number on Silver's insecurities. Drew had some things he had to face also, and I loved the source of some of the advice he got. The ending was terrific, with a couple of unexpected twists. There was a secondary story going on that I wouldn't exactly call a romance. Wynn and Jasper have had an understanding for a while. Wynn laid down the rules, and Jasper has gone along. But something happened that went against those rules and Jasper knew he'd been living on borrowed time. If Wynn found out, there would be trouble. Part of the problem is that Jasper seems to have developed a yearning for something more, but Wynn is determined to keep her life as it is. I ached for Jasper, and really wanted to shake Wynn. I'm curious to see if something develops later between them, or if they are destined for other people. I loved catching up with other residents of Happily, Inc. The previous couples are all moving forward with their relationships, and I loved seeing all the interactions. I especially enjoyed the various meetings that Drew was involved in and his amazement and appreciation for the intertwined businesses. I still want to shake Libby and her uptight snottiness toward those she deems unworthy. The real "winner" of this book, though, was Drew's mother. I detested the way that she had planned out Drew's life and how she completely ignored his attempts to show her that he had his own plans. Her plans to suck up to Bethany's parents were irritating. I hated the way she treated Silver, and her completely callous reaction to what Drew told her was nuts. If I were Drew, I would have cut her completely out of my life. Though I initially thought his father was just as bad, he turned out to be much better than I expected. I liked seeing more of Grandpa Frank. I love how he keeps his fingers in the pies of the people of Happily, Inc., and his help in Drew and Silver's relationship was just what they needed. I also loved Autumn, who was bright and amazingly insightful. She has some interesting conversations with both Silver and Drew.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn

    Reviewed for www.buriedunderromance.com NOT QUITE OVER YOU, the fourth installment of the Happily, Inc. series by best-selling author Susan Mallory, is another heartwarming visit to the quirky little town that bears the same name as the series. Filled with even quirkier characters, it won’t take the readers long to get involved with their lives and loves. This story belongs to Silver Tesdal, the feisty young woman with a questionable reputation. Most of the town of Happily, Inc. is built around Reviewed for www.buriedunderromance.com NOT QUITE OVER YOU, the fourth installment of the Happily, Inc. series by best-selling author Susan Mallory, is another heartwarming visit to the quirky little town that bears the same name as the series. Filled with even quirkier characters, it won’t take the readers long to get involved with their lives and loves. This story belongs to Silver Tesdal, the feisty young woman with a questionable reputation. Most of the town of Happily, Inc. is built around the wedding business. Silver has found her niche with her own business, Alcohaul, which consists of a bar built into an old Airstream trailer that she can move from event to event. When she wants to expand her business by buying two more trailers, she is turned down by the town fuddy-duddy at the bank. She runs into former high school sweetheart Drew who is an officer of the bank which is owned by his family. He wants to help her, not only for old-time’s sake, but because he still has feelings for her. He offers to loan her the money for the trailers from his personal funds and he also offers to become a working share-holder in her business. Silver reluctantly agrees because she sees no other way to buy the trailers, but she’s not sure it’s such a good idea. She’s worried because, not only is she still in love with Drew, but also because she has been hiding a huge secret from him for years. Where do they go from here? Stay tuned! Silver is a great heroine. She’s feisty, independent and determined to make her business a success. There is a vulnerability about her, too, especially when it comes to Drew. Drew, on the other hand, while a success at what he does, comes from a very privileged background and he has largely been shaped by his parents and what they want for him. His investment in Silver and her business is a symbolic declaration of independence from his family and their expectations. The cast of secondary characters, many of whom have appeared in earlier books in the series, add considerable depth and warmth to the story. The complex, well-written story keeps you involved from start to finish, and leaves you holding your breath for the next installment. NOT QUITE OVER YOU can be easily read as a standalone novel, but after reading this wonderful story, you are going to want to go back to read the other books in the series. Susan Mallery, you have another hit! I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Christi Snow

    My Review: I swear this series gets better and better with each book...which is saying something because every single book in it has been amazing. I loved Drew and Silver's story, but I'm a huge sucker for a second chance at love story and this is a good one. Drew and Silver had three months together the summer before Drew went to college. Silver knew he needed to be free to go to college, so she broke up with him and let him go. Something that he didn't understand, but didn't fight too hard. That My Review: I swear this series gets better and better with each book...which is saying something because every single book in it has been amazing. I loved Drew and Silver's story, but I'm a huge sucker for a second chance at love story and this is a good one. Drew and Silver had three months together the summer before Drew went to college. Silver knew he needed to be free to go to college, so she broke up with him and let him go. Something that he didn't understand, but didn't fight too hard. That was twelve years ago and while Drew has been back in town for 2-3 years, they haven't really reconnected except on a surface level. Silver owns an RV party bar that she uses to bartend at weddings, but she's always turning down work so she wants to expand. Drew's bank is her last option for a loan, but his aunt is in charge of the loan department and she hates Silver, so Silver doesn't get the loan. When Drew finds out, he approaches her with a proposal that brings them so that they are working closely together a lot. Something that isn't good, because Happily Inc may be a small town, but Silver has managed to keep her secrets. Secrets that are threatened as she gets closer and closer once again to Drew. This book is all about what makes second chance at love stories so good. Seriously, one of my favorite tropes ever and this one had all the elements that I loved. But at the heart of that is Silver. She's a heroine who knows her own mind and while she always loved Drew, she never regretted what she had to do. She owns it. She's mature enough now as she was at 18 to realize they wouldn't have the happy, healthy lives they have now if they'd made different choices back then. That makes her a fantastic heroine. I just loved this book...so many great moments and a romantic story to boot. I highly recommend it. I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest and voluntary review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    BookAddict

    One of the hardest things Silver ever did was to let Drew go when he went off to college. She stayed in Happily Inc and, after some pretty big challenges, found her footing, started a business and moved on with her life. She does a decent job of avoiding Drew in their small town, until he makes her an offer she can’t refuse to help expand her mobile bartending business. And as fate often determines, all those old feelings and issues from the past manage to intrude on her life. As only Mallery can One of the hardest things Silver ever did was to let Drew go when he went off to college. She stayed in Happily Inc and, after some pretty big challenges, found her footing, started a business and moved on with her life. She does a decent job of avoiding Drew in their small town, until he makes her an offer she can’t refuse to help expand her mobile bartending business. And as fate often determines, all those old feelings and issues from the past manage to intrude on her life. As only Mallery can, this author gives us a warm, inviting small town and flawed, endearing characters with the perfect amount of humor and quirk. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed her Fools Gold series and the books I’ve read in this one, so I was eager to read an early copy of Not Quite Over You. Not only is Drew and Silver’s story heartfelt, entertaining and evocative, but Mallery’s attention to even the smallest detail makes the story come alive. From the wonderful friendship between Silver and her friends to the push and pull between Drew and Silver, with an overbearing, opinionated parent and a herd of giraffes, this book has plenty to keep a reader entertained throughout. I’m thoroughly enjoying this series and definitely recommend it. Since the books stand alone, you can start with Silver and Drew’s story and then catch up on any you might have missed. In the meantime, I’ll be eagerly anticipating my next visit to Happily Inc. *I reviewed this book freely and voluntarily, having made no commitment to provide a review and receiving no compensation of any kind from any source for this review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    Yes! It is Silver's turn and I for one could not wait to read her story. Let me say that there is a lot Silver has to say, so pick up your copy of "Not Quite Over You" . Drew was headed for great things is what his parents have always told him, but in truth Drew was doing what he truly enjoyed now. Being back in Happily Inc brought on a lot of memories especially of the summer he and Silver discovered each other. Silver is a sassy, intelligent business woman that knew from to beginning what she Yes! It is Silver's turn and I for one could not wait to read her story. Let me say that there is a lot Silver has to say, so pick up your copy of "Not Quite Over You" . Drew was headed for great things is what his parents have always told him, but in truth Drew was doing what he truly enjoyed now. Being back in Happily Inc brought on a lot of memories especially of the summer he and Silver discovered each other. Silver is a sassy, intelligent business woman that knew from to beginning what she wanted to do with her Alco-Haul moving trailer bar, turning profits so she can live her dream. What she did not expect is having her dreams tank in mere seconds. Drew and Silver have so much going on, but I don't want to spoil them to you. I will add their chemistry has not died over the years. There are a few surprises they have to share. As for the other characters in Not Quite Over You are mostly from the first books in this series. I adore them all, they all add some lively moments to Silver and Drew's story. Even as much as I hate to say it but Drew's Mom Irene and Drew's Aunt Libby even though they drove me crazy, they made Drew and Silver's journey uneventful. lol The plot is full of fabulous characters, strong family ties in blood and without. Susan Mallery never disappoints, she pens such true romance stories that go beyond. I am thinking Happily Inc series will be as much as a success as her Fools Gold Series. Rated 4 Stilettos by Deb !

  22. 5 out of 5

    Perrin Larton

    Just the title gives you a hint of what’s to come. I think we all have something like this in our collective pasts, and if not a personal story, you probably know someone like this. A first love. A summer of wonder. All consuming passion. Then nothing…or perhaps something that’s so hard, nothing else matters. Not Quite Over You looks at first love and how a second chance might become forever. Silver and Drew have a past. A love that was bright and hot and doomed, at least it seemed that way to Si Just the title gives you a hint of what’s to come. I think we all have something like this in our collective pasts, and if not a personal story, you probably know someone like this. A first love. A summer of wonder. All consuming passion. Then nothing…or perhaps something that’s so hard, nothing else matters. Not Quite Over You looks at first love and how a second chance might become forever. Silver and Drew have a past. A love that was bright and hot and doomed, at least it seemed that way to Silver as a high school graduate who wanted her boyfriend to be free during his college years. It seemed like breaking up was a good thing to do at the time, although Silver was heartbroken. Drew wasn’t ready to say goodbye either, but headed off to college unencumbered, and soon realized that Silver was right. Reality steps in, and they soon have to face adult consequences. In her trademark style, Susan Mallery uses the funky small town, the cast of sometimes over the top inhabitants, and an understanding of all things romance to craft another fabulous story set in Happily Inc. We get to catch up with the characters who’ve already found their HEA. We learn more about Drew and his family’s often harsh interactions. We learn why Silver doesn’t think she’s ever deserved Drew, and the secret that might tear their ‘second chance at love’ apart. Fabulous book. A keeper for sure!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Three Chicks

    Review by Trinette Dungee Drew and Silver have a second chance at love, but there are things in their pasts that make it a little tricky to move forward. It’s been a while since I’ve read a Susan Mallery book but I loved her Fool’s Gold series (or at least those that I read). As with most of her books community and friends are a big part of the storyline and that pretty much what’s happening in Not Quite Over You. Small town love is at its best in this book. There are some twists that take a dire Review by Trinette Dungee Drew and Silver have a second chance at love, but there are things in their pasts that make it a little tricky to move forward. It’s been a while since I’ve read a Susan Mallery book but I loved her Fool’s Gold series (or at least those that I read). As with most of her books community and friends are a big part of the storyline and that pretty much what’s happening in Not Quite Over You. Small town love is at its best in this book. There are some twists that take a direction you’d never expect and some young characters that kind of steal the show. I kind of have to limit what I say because it would kind of ruin the most major twist. Although it happens fairly early on in the story it’s the way that it plays out that really has you rooting for these two. I will admit, Silver bugged me just a tad bit with the sorta kinda “martyr of love” but I liked her. I liked Drew, even if I did think he should have shut his mother down a few times. I enjoyed the supporting characters as well. This is another series where recurring characters and their storylines are mentioned which gives you a lot to keep track of but at the same time they are not distracting to the current story line. This is book four in the Happy Inc. Series and I’m eager to go back and read books one through three. There’s even a mention of Fool’s Gold that lets me know they are connected to a town I loved. One thing that was slightly different was the duel storylines. While the primary storyline was Silver and Drew; there’s a sideline story going on with Jasper and Wynn that has me completely intrigued. I don’t know who this Jasper character is and how far back in the book his and Wynn’s story goes but I can’t wait to read the full story and see where they end up.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    4.5 stars. Not Quite Over You by Susan Mallery is a charming second at love romance. Although this latest release is the fourth installment in the Happily Inc series, it can be read as a standalone. Silver Tesdal is hoping to expand her business but none of the local banks are willing to give her a loan.  So it is quite surprising when her  ex-boyfriend from high school, Drew Lovato, offers to provide the funding she needs in exchange for a share of her business. Uneasy about letting him back into 4.5 stars. Not Quite Over You by Susan Mallery is a charming second at love romance. Although this latest release is the fourth installment in the Happily Inc series, it can be read as a standalone. Silver Tesdal is hoping to expand her business but none of the local banks are willing to give her a loan.  So it is quite surprising when her  ex-boyfriend from high school, Drew Lovato, offers to provide the funding she needs in exchange for a share of her business. Uneasy about letting him back into her life, Silver reluctantly agrees after she negotiates better terms than his previous offer. Their working relationship hits a few snags but personally? She and Drew are quickly heating up the sheets. However, Silver has been keeping a secret from Drew for the past twelve years and due to circumstances beyond her control, she is going to have to come clean with him. How will Drew react to this stunning disclosure? Drew is from a wealthy background and in fact, he works in the family owned bank. He is quite content with his life but his mother refuses to give up trying to micromanage his future.   Despite the logical next step in his career, Drew has dreams of doing more to help  local businesses in the community. Although he knows he and Silver made the right decision to end their relationship years earlier, there is still a simmering attraction between them. He genuinely wants to help her grow her business, but Drew is also hoping to reconnect with her on a personal level. However, Drew is blindsided by her shocking revelation but is his reaction fair to Silver? Drew and Silver are a lovely couple and they easily slip into a casual relationship.  However, despite her business successes, Silver's childhood has left its scars which leads to self-doubt when manipulated by Drew's interfering family members. In spite of Drew's continued refusals to join the family business, his mother will not take him seriously. Drew and Silver both lack emotional self-awareness and it takes both of them an incredibly long time to sort out their feelings for one another. There is a bit of drama since Silver's knee-jerk reaction is to run away when trouble arises but the conflict between them is fairly short-lived. Not Quite Over You is an engaging love story that old and news of the Happily Inc series will enjoy. Silver and Drew are appealing characters whose strengths and shortcomings are easy to relate to. Silver and Drew's romance is believable and it is quite enjoyable watching them fall in love again.  Drew's mother is very irritating but Grandpa Frank and Silver's friends are wonderful. Susan Mallery provides very intriguing glimpses of Wynn and Jasper which will leave readers eager to see what will the future holds for them.

  25. 5 out of 5

    marieno

    I liked this book a lot. Susan Mallery brought a lot of ideas that I found interesting. It's the kind of book with lot of potential to judge the characters but I read it with an open mind and I think I grew a little as a human being after reading it. When I read the first 3 books, I thought Drew was a real jerk. I thought he discarded Silver like trash and was an elitist. I was in for a suprise. He's not exactly A1 boyfriend material but he's not a jerk either. I liked how Silver and him evolved I liked this book a lot. Susan Mallery brought a lot of ideas that I found interesting. It's the kind of book with lot of potential to judge the characters but I read it with an open mind and I think I grew a little as a human being after reading it. When I read the first 3 books, I thought Drew was a real jerk. I thought he discarded Silver like trash and was an elitist. I was in for a suprise. He's not exactly A1 boyfriend material but he's not a jerk either. I liked how Silver and him evolved individually and as a couple. I was not a fan of the "Drew bought in her business" part but like I said, I kept an open mind and I realized that it was a good thing for both of them. When their past catches up with them, I liked how their friends helped them. (Cade said to Drew he was not the victim, Wynn reassures Silver that she didn't do anything wrong and Natalie made Silver realizes that she is scared.) Family, in diffrent forms, is a big part of the book. Here's my favorite quote: "Family, when it worked, was the greatest gift, she thought wistfully." There is development between Wynn and Jasper and again I was surprise that they didn't follow the path that I thought they would. Again, I kept an open mind and I'm looking forward to know what will happen with them.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darcy

    The overall feeling of this book was mellow to me. There wasn't a lot of drama, more outside people causing issues by sticking their noses in where they didn't belong. For Drew it seemed like all of a sudden he really saw Silver and thought back to when they had dated before. For Silver it seemed like Drew was the one that let her get away. The complication they had back them was interesting, especially as how it came back into play in the present. I was glad that the nosy busy bodies didn't win The overall feeling of this book was mellow to me. There wasn't a lot of drama, more outside people causing issues by sticking their noses in where they didn't belong. For Drew it seemed like all of a sudden he really saw Silver and thought back to when they had dated before. For Silver it seemed like Drew was the one that let her get away. The complication they had back them was interesting, especially as how it came back into play in the present. I was glad that the nosy busy bodies didn't win, that both Silver and Drew had to fight for what they wanted. I really liked how they worked the business along with rediscovering their relationship. Big plans, yet realistic too. Even a mishap that made them alter things. I liked how some of the other couples came into play, Cade and Bethany and their Royal party and Wynn and Jasper. The later couple much more interesting. I have a feeling things aren't done there and can't wait to read about it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    I really enjoyed Silver & Drew’s story. The background story made it even more interesting. To learn the struggles that Silver went through & how strong she was; but what a reward, to stay involved in her daughter’s life. And Drew, what a down to earth guy, not wanting all the goals his mother planned for him, happy to stay part of this small town community. This was a nice, light story. I liked following Drew as he got to know his daughter, & visualize all the changes to Silver’s bu I really enjoyed Silver & Drew’s story. The background story made it even more interesting. To learn the struggles that Silver went through & how strong she was; but what a reward, to stay involved in her daughter’s life. And Drew, what a down to earth guy, not wanting all the goals his mother planned for him, happy to stay part of this small town community. This was a nice, light story. I liked following Drew as he got to know his daughter, & visualize all the changes to Silver’s business. It was even interesting to learn more about Libby & to meet Irene, both such mean women. You wonder why they turned out that way & what it is going to take to really make them happy. This was just a very enjoyable book. It’s always fun to see the people in the town of Happily Inc, learn more about them, & watch them find their happily ever after.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Schneider

    So, I have read all the previous Happily Inc books and I must say this one was a bit of a let down. I was pretty excited to get to Silver's story, but I was a little let down. I guess I had hoped for a faster paced romance, but this one was kind of boring. They have a long and complicated back story, and I almost wish that the story started there and ended there, because it was so much better than the future story. Also another thing that bothered me was the competing story lines. This is a comm So, I have read all the previous Happily Inc books and I must say this one was a bit of a let down. I was pretty excited to get to Silver's story, but I was a little let down. I guess I had hoped for a faster paced romance, but this one was kind of boring. They have a long and complicated back story, and I almost wish that the story started there and ended there, because it was so much better than the future story. Also another thing that bothered me was the competing story lines. This is a common theme in Mallery series novels, and honestly the reason why I stopped reading Fool's Gold. It's just too much to deal with for me. With all that being said, I still believe that Mallery is a brilliant writer and will continue to read her books, should the blurb intrigue me. ***I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.***

  29. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Fool's Gold has been one of my favorite series but I haven't quite gotten into the Happily Inc. series. Not Quite Over You may be the book that won me over. I love Drew and feel bad for him because his mom is quite the piece of work. Somehow he still ends up being normal, caring and kind despite his mom's behavior. Silver was also a fun character and while I get she has insecurities I really wish she would stop pushing Drew away at the drop of a hat. The story was sweet and trademarked Susan Mal Fool's Gold has been one of my favorite series but I haven't quite gotten into the Happily Inc. series. Not Quite Over You may be the book that won me over. I love Drew and feel bad for him because his mom is quite the piece of work. Somehow he still ends up being normal, caring and kind despite his mom's behavior. Silver was also a fun character and while I get she has insecurities I really wish she would stop pushing Drew away at the drop of a hat. The story was sweet and trademarked Susan Mallery style. It did make me want to go back and read the earlier books in the series but the story I'm really waiting for now is Jaspar. We get a glimpse of his story during this book but we're left hanging! I can't wait for his book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Holly Keister

    Every time I read one of Susan’s books I say the same thing, I loved this book! This is the ultimate second chance romance story. Silver and Drew were involved together in high school and have managed to avoid each other in Happily. But now Silver is hoping to expand her business and applies for a loan at the local bank. A bank which is owned and operated by Drew’s family. When the loan is rejected by Drew's aunt, he steps up to the plate and offers to go into business with her and offers her the Every time I read one of Susan’s books I say the same thing, I loved this book! This is the ultimate second chance romance story. Silver and Drew were involved together in high school and have managed to avoid each other in Happily. But now Silver is hoping to expand her business and applies for a loan at the local bank. A bank which is owned and operated by Drew’s family. When the loan is rejected by Drew's aunt, he steps up to the plate and offers to go into business with her and offers her the money she desperately needs. Silver has been keeping a secret from Drew for the past twelve years and due to circumstances beyond her control she finally has to tell him her secret. A great quick read, can’t wait for the next book in this series.

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