Lawsons story!!! At last!!! I've been waiting (very impatiently) for this book and it didn't disappoint.
Lawson is the joker of the gang, the one who always has something funny to say, the one guaranteed to put a smile on people's faces, the one who doesn't take himself too serious... but this book shows a deeper side to him and I loved it. He's finally ready to grow up (just a little) and settle down like his friends.
Langley is the opposite of Lawson. The former PR is serious, never one to put herself out there, she prefers to stay in the back ground. Having been burnt in the past she has no intention of opening herself up to any man again.
With Lawson determined to be the one to make Langley break out of her shell, he slowly starts worming his way under her skin.
I loved watching Langleys character really start to shine, Lawson as always is just perfect ("You don't seem to need anything... Or anyone. But Hell, if I don't still want to be the one person you do need") and with the rest of the 'interfering' friends there to help them along the way, this is another addictive, funny, sweet book in this series. Lawsons grandma is hysterical in this book. One of my favourite characters. Now I'm dying for Foster and Noelle's story. You just know it's gonna be off the charts hot.