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About the book: Regan spends her days working in a bookstore and her nights reading. She goes on grand romantic adventures in her head . . . but not in real life. That all changes when someone sweeps her off her feet and carries her up a mountain.

My review: Regan is happy with her life the way it is. She might have a boring existence to some, but she loves that she works in a bookstore and that she's able to get whatever books she wants for a discount. She also loves to be able to read when ever and where ever she wants. She's getting pretty tired of all of her engaged roommates trying to set her up, the last guy she dated hurt her really bad. But eventually she gives in to going on one last blind date, with the stipulation being never to line her up again. Jesse is a perfect gentleman who loves the outdoors. Will he be able to break down all of Regan's walls she's built around her heart?

I really loved this book, it's part of the Sweet & Clean Romance Collection. And just like the name says, the romance is sweet and it's clean, I love that while reading these I have never come across anything that has offended me, or that I wouldn't want our daughters reading over my shoulder. I love the characters, Regan is a lot like me. I love books like she does, and I kind of like to keep to myself and do my own thing. I loved that all of the characters from the other books are back in this one, they're Regan's roommates. It's so fun to see characters that I've loved from other stories moving on with their lives and still getting their happy endings. The plot was great too, and I really liked the ending. Can't wait to read more of these and find out what happens to all of my favorite characters! I read this book fast, my little guy didn't sleep the night I read it and I finished it in less than an hour, this book helped make that hour in the middle of the night more bearable! 

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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