Rosie and Dominic are high school sweetheart and think they will be together forever. However, when Dominic returns from active duty, he closes himself off from the world and from Rosie. Since then, their relationship has been strained. Rosie decides to make a last ditch effort and signs up for couple's therapy, but will Dominic agree to go?
I have come to a realization recently about what kind of relationships I enjoy in books and what feels memorable to me. I do love romance novels, but since they are usually one and done, I don't feel like I really have enough time to grow attached to the characters or the relationship. This means that they just aren't that memorable to me. I also love slow burns, and in a single book, I feel like there just isn't enough time to develop it and still have it be paced well. I also love situations that aren't necessarily romantic, but can show a strengthening bond between characters. This leaves me with my conclusion: I like romantic relationships from series that are not primarily romance.
All Ever wants to do is dance, but her parents have pushed her into becoming a doctor her whole life. For the summer, they force her to go to Taiwan for a summer program, infamously called Loveboat. When she arrives, she realizes that since her parents are on the other side of the world, she doesn't have to follow their strict rules, at least for the summer.
After trying to commit suicide and losing both of her legs, Millie is recruited by the Arcadia Project. They are a group that deals with fey in Hollywood, which makes Millie a perfect candidate because she used to be a director. Her first assignment to track down a missing fey turns into a bigger problem than anyone was expecting.