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    The book some sexual situations which may make you blush, but otherwise this book is great. I loved that kid. Our hero Quinn is a successful businessman who is in the middle of major change and until recently thought he was falling in love with a starlet, but found that what he thought he had was case of lust and her nee This story is about failed relationships, insecurties, desire, friendship and finally a whole lot of patience. My only issue was the rushed ending for their wedding. Emily is living her reclusive life, with her few friends, contended to let her past heartbreak continue to play on her currently and too fearful to let go. I was also disappointed a couple of times with the way the story was built up in anticipation of an event, but when said event arrived, it was completely glossed over.