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Veterinary receptionist Kit Hall doesnt get close to people, and for good reasons: his epilepsy makes him feel like a freak, and his ex was an abusive jerk. But that doesnt always deter people from wanting to get close to Kit. When a Good Samaritan saves him from his wannabe boyfriend in a parking lot, he doesnt expect to find the guy so attractive. He definitely doesnt expect his savior to turn out to be his new boss.

Dale Miller, veterinarian and old-fashioned guy, sees right through Kits prickly facade. He likes what he sees, but convincing Kit to give a relationship a shot isnt going to be a walk in the park. Of course, for Kit, resisting Dale isnt going to be easy either.

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Seizing It
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Not Worth It
July 21st, 2014
The protagonist of this tale, a grown 28-year-old, acted more like a whiny brat of six years throughout the entire book. One minute he's sweet but one wrong phrase and he's flipping out at everyone, even those on his side. He and his romantic interest fall in love after meeting and knowing each other for all of two days. Talk about ridiculous and implausible. The entire story felt rushed and the writing style isn't very mature or thought out. A very flawed book. I'm sorry I actually paid money for this one.
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