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"Finally, from so little sleep and so much reading, her brain dried up and she went completely out of her mind."
One True Thing  - Piper Vaughn, M.J. O'Shea I was excited for Dusty's story as soon as I finished [b:One Small Thing|13186809|One Small Thing (One Thing, #1)|Piper Vaughn|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1327464763s/13186809.jpg|18367666]. He's so cute and sweet that I desperately wanted him to get his Happily Ever After, thank goodness he finally did. I liked Asher as the love interest, and I liked that Dusty supported him, but I would have liked if it if he hadn't been quite such a pushover/enabler.

The whole evil-twin mix-up was a good idea, and it did work... but it was a little annoying to have our two MC's keep either missing each other like ships in the night, or having miscommunications for 87 freaken pages. I was starting to get a little impatient.

Once they got together though they were freaken adorable, it was hard trying not to smile like an idiot while reading at Starbucks. I will say, I didn't love all the drama with his brother that came later on. Obviously there had to be something, because it was imminent and because we needed the drama. I guess it was as good a plot turn as any, realistic Archer committing identity theft and getting Asher 20k in debt… but I dunno, it just didn't quite work for me. Maybe just too much drama, or too much focus on the twins relationship? Not sure, unfortunately it overshadowed the romance a little. Granted, you can't help someone who won't themselves, but it would have been nice if the problem had been one (or Archer had shown a tiny bit of humanity) so that the possibility of a salvageable future relationship existed.

P.S. Are we getting a third?!? Josh seems like the obvious choice but... BLAH! I'd love to see Archer after he hits rock bottom, maybe goes to rehab or something, be less of a selfish prick, atone for actions, and maybe, just maybe, find love! I know, I know, I'm a sap.