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Harlow heart condition is a scary thing which I have lived through as well so this story touched me so deeply.

I know it’s Grant’s baby, and she wants the baby, and he made her want things she could never have, but I felt like she cared more about the baby and sacrificing herself for the baby than living. I think One More Chance is better than Take a Chance because the development of the main characters here was greatly emphasized.

I'm really happy for Grant and Harlow because I didn't expect I will be touched by their story after all the dramas. Of course, soft-spoken timid Harlow doesn't protest much, in fact, she couldn't get to his arms fast enough.

This time around, Grant has replaced his selfishness and careless disregard for Harlow's feelings, with heartfelt gestures and sweetness. I felt like she was either too stupid to realize SHE was more important to people than her baby, or she realized it but didn’t care that SHE was important to people and that they didn’t want to lose her. As we witness their struggle to stay positive, to believe that fate wouldn’t have brought them into each other’s lives only to take it all away, we also get to feel their every fear, their every doubt, their every heartbreak. Though she wants to be with him, and knows he regrets letting her go, she doesn't know if she can trust him.

One More Chance was such a heartfelt and emotional read, I loved Harlow as she was such a sweet and strong fighter defying the odds against her, trying to grab hold of her dreams and not let anyone sway her decisions despite what was at risk. The pregnancy could be bad for her and she is told that she might not make it through so instead of telling Grant that she’s even pregnant, she leaves and hides away with her brother. I am confused about what religion has to do with it, because someone not wanting an abortion doesn’t necessarily have to be because of religious beliefs. In the end of the last book Harlow runs away, after Grant finding out her secret and having a bad reaction.

I loved Grant and he really let me down in the previous book, but in this one he completely redeemed himself and I was happy to love my old Grant again.Other than people freaking out because she insists on having a child, she ends up fine, with nothing other than a coma. There is a big shocker at 4% that leads to the couple quickly standing together and I guess this type of situation can make or break a couple. She didn't have too many scenes with this book, but those small parts made a huge impact especially at the end. Grant begs and pleads and wins his Harlow back but for me it was like bam you’re cured of being an ass, a bit too quick or Blaire and Rush are that good with their advice. Glines did such an amazing job of building emotion, longing, pain in the first part of the book, that when they finally see each other again I was breathless and ecstatic and nervous all at once.

She drinks afternoon tea because she wants to be British but alas she being born in Alabama, her life in New England is as close as she will get. I absolutely loved Mase he was such a protective and loving brother, his relationship with Harlow was just beautiful.I am very much looking forward to what's to come, and I have much faith that those things I felt were missing early on in this series are definitely coming.

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