She has been counting down the days until Gavin, Beth Ann, and Dylan are home for the holidays. Despite seeing Gavin most weekends, however, they haven’t spent more than a day or two together since the summer. And she’s worried their time apart might have changed things, that he might not be as excited about her big decision as she hopes.
This book is all above moving on from the past and being confident in who you are. She wants to be a city girl. He can't leave his family. But the both have lessons to learn from each other, and learning them may cause their picture of a perfect life to shift.
Every book in this series has been a hit. I really liked Charlotte. She reads like an aspie, and it was so refreshing. She's not given a label and there's nothing that says she is on the autism spectrum, but if diagnosing fictional characters is a thing, total aspie. I can relate to her wanting direct answers and conversations rather than skirting around topics. Similar to myself, she will often start to answer a question trying to be vague and waiting for the other person to ask for more information before giving it up.
She never suspected her new perfect boyfriend was her undercover security...but then again, he never expected to fall in love with his assignment.
Perfection doesn’t reside solely on the outside. It starts from within, and without acknowledgment, can lead to total destruction. To be a Purely Divine, we must overcome the flaws within ourselves.