Cherished Girl, by Lexie Winston

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I was lucky enough to be able to get an ARC copy of this book, and I’m so glad I did. I love Harlow’s story. We get a little more insight into her mother- not a lot- there is still one stalker on the loose. This book really focuses on Harlow’s life and how she balances the 6 brothers. Where the first few books were full of angst, this one is much more focuses on their HEA. Things are finally starting to look up, figuring out her place with the family and what she will be doing for a job. (I won’t be too specific here, as I don’t want to give too much away. I find this book a breath of fresh air- granted there are still a few mysteries to clear up, they aren’t out of the woods yet- but it really is a “next” perfect book in the series. And oh, if you can’t stand cliff hangers, watch out. This one ends on a doosey. Many times i get tired of a series, but that’s not the case here- I’m eager for more of Harlow’s story and the obvious other spin off books from other characters that will HOPEFULLY be coming at some point. I’ll just leave the dangling carrot there- don’t want to give anything away!

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