Monday, February 17, 2014
Sweet Little Thing (Sweet Thing #1.5) by Renée Carlino
This novella is written from Will's POV.
To say that it's super entertaining is an understatement. I love Will and reading what thoughts go through his head is amazing. He made me laugh with his antics. His flight anxiety is still present.
Will is also a romantic and music plays a huge part of this book too.
"True love is the ironically selfless need to know that your person will be okay without you."
Mia and Will are stable. They are living together and working together making music. They are a team. Mia seems to have mature as a character. She is not continuously pushing Will away and she seems happy and content with the life she chose.
A wedding is in the making and keeping family happy and involved is much tougher that they thought.
The wedding is as sweet as it can be.
Also, there is a pretty big surprise too.
I'm glad that Renee took this couple for another spin. Having them happy and strong as a unit was a beautiful gift after all the heartbreak they went through.
It's tough letting these characters go. I'm going to miss you Wilbur <3 .
“Your love is so pure and real that I can feel it in your fingertips when I touch you. I can see it in your eyes and the way you smile at me. I’m so in love with you because you are the most genuine, kind, and loving human being I have ever met.” She leaned in and whispered, “And you have nice abs.”
Labels: Review Mia Kelly, Renée Carlino, Sweet Little Thing, Sweet Thing, Will Ryan
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