Sherri Simons should have divorced TJ Simons the same year he left her. Older and wiser now doesn't make her any less attracted to him. Working in the shop owned by her brother-in-law only insures that she sees him more often than she would like. He chose to leave their marriage not her, so before she does finally divorce him, she'll make sure to rub his nose in his loss. Childish... maybe... but oh well.
Trevor James 'TJ' Simons walked away from the only woman he ever loved to follow a dream because she didn't believe in him. The dream may have only resulted in a few contacts in the music business, a few songs with his name on them and a mass amount of life experience, but it changed him for the better. Coming back to the sleepy little Florida town of his childhood to face the woman he never actually divorced might very well re-kindle other dreams from the past. Does he stand a better chance of accomplishing his goal of making music or should he try his hand at love one more time?
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Spirited Ride is like a Roller Coaster ride... I've just finished this book and enjoyed it immensely. It's #6 in a series, and while it is stand-alone, there are so many characters from previous stories that I would have liked to have read the books in order. I plan to go back and start at the beginning, though, because all of the characters were unique and interesting. This is a story about Sherri & TJ. Due to 3rd-party interference, they've been apart for a decade. These 2 have a ton of chemistry and are very likable characters. By the end of the 2nd chapter, I was invested in their romance, cheering them on at the good points and crying over misunderstandings and frustrations. Theirs is not a typical romance-book relationship, and not one that I'd care for myself, but it works for them. His nickname for her is "Puppet" and it is appropriate because he is certainly her master, pulling the strings. But as I said, it works for them. She enjoys it. I loved that 12-year-old Gretchen stood up for them at the end of the book, and look forward to seeing her own story some day. I'd also like to see what happens to the person who wreaked so much havoc in their lives. Their reunion certainly had its ups and downs, hence the reference to a roller coaster. TJ knew what he wanted and was willing to fight for it. It was a very rocky road to the happy ending, but it WAS a happy ending.