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All Rhodes Lead Here

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honestly with my first read I didn’t like him at the beginning and how he did behave and deal with Aurora especially when she responded with her famous "kill them with kindness" at every encounter. would a non-fictional man really build a tent for you because your camping trip was cancelled so he did all this just so he could see you smile again? LISTENNN, never have I ever been a fan of the single dad trope in my life; he might have swayed me though!

she reminds me of Diana with a little bit of Sal mainly because they all annoy the grumpy H's all the damn time with their sunshine, optimistic personality which i love to see in MZ heroines. his character depth was nothing compared to Aurora and i guess that's bound to happen because this book is only written in her pov.Books set in small towns are always super heartwarming just because of the sense of community and I don’t know, nature is nice I guess, and the setting definitely contributed to the healing part of this book. The way Kaden used her songs about her mum for his own benefit not giving her credit or his mum counting her birth control pills to make sure they wouldn’t have a child together.

After some arguments, Aurora could convince Rhodes to let her stay for a month, but only if she's quiet and stays away from him and his son. All the scenes with her friends (Thank you Mariana Zapata for actually portraying healthy female friendships in your books) were the best things ever, and it was amazing following Ora on her journey. he was so dry in the first half, the ending really helped me like him, esp after the mini drama of them saying rora lied about her ex when she really didn't lie she just didn't mention that her ex was some rich and famous douche.buttttttttt can we talk about the nicknames pls because buddy and angel face are NOT it 💀 they just came outta nowhere and it gave me the ick! Tobias and Amos Rhodes were obviously a big part of this story and I also enjoyed learning more about them and their interesting family.

The book is written with a single pov —Aurora’s— I loved being constantly in her mind throughout the story.ARLH pretty much gave me the same vibes as Kulti/The Wall of Winnipeg and Me with a mix of some of her other books, but set in a small town somewhere in Colorado. In my opinion, the romance actually developed a lot quicker than I thought it would, so that was the only quibble I can point out. Surely, he wasn’t comfortable with words of affirmation but when he said something it was without a doubt an honest and pure statement. I can't even describe it because I didn't get it myself, but it was confusing to read about how Amos is related to Rhodes but also his uncle in a way because of how his uncle couldn't have a child? Trigger and content warnings include: grief and loss, death of a parent (off-page, past), estranged parent, discussions surrounding mental health and depression, minor injury and blood, mention of infertility (side-character).

I love to think that most of her characters are real people; they’re so well builded with realistic flaws and more authentic day-to-day basis that you just get attached to them and want to read more about them even after 500 or 700 pages long. You can feel all along reading that there’s a lot of work from the characters to the world building behind her books, I just have a feeling during devouring them that there’s a world surrounding her protagonists and more to them than what their story is relaying or telling I don’t know if this makes sens but it does in my head,lol. Rhodes is the epitome of a man written by a woman who knows what other women with a kin orientation may want and need.I’m still personally processing this in my own life, so reading stuff like that always feels like a sign of some sort. I think part of the reason why I love this book so much is because it focuses so heavily on character dynamics and relationships.

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