They almost all have daddy issues, and they’ve all experience loss. They’ve all lost a family member somehow. They all come from pretty messed up families, and that’s probably why they’ve made their own family, over the course of the previous books in the series (which I haven’t read yet). Hearing about who Delilah used to be, it’s amazing that she ended up in this family. And a good thing, too, because growing up with no parents in the picture and under the thumb of an abusive grandmother didn’t leave a pretty mark. If you’re carrying some of your own messed up family drama around (or even if you want a good laugh and a fun story), you should read this book.
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