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A’tam is the worst. Sure, he’s the prettiest man on the beach, but he’s a terrible listener. I’ve told him a dozen times that we’re not compatible - in SO many ways - and he refuses to take no for an answer. He had his chance with me, and he blew it. But A'tam thinks we should be mates. He thinks he can just woo me enough to change my mind. He thinks that sultry kisses and A’tam is the worst. Sure, he’s the prettiest man on the beach, but he’s a terrible listener. I’ve told him a dozen times that we’re not compatible - in SO many ways - and he refuses to take no for an answer. He had his chance with me, and he blew it. But A'tam thinks we should be mates. He thinks he can just woo me enough to change my mind. He thinks that sultry kisses and soft touches are the way to a girl’s heart. He thinks that if he shows me that he can be everything I need, I’ll just fall right back into his arms and forget the past. And….sigh. He might be right. Because I want him again and I really, really shouldn’t.


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A’tam is the worst. Sure, he’s the prettiest man on the beach, but he’s a terrible listener. I’ve told him a dozen times that we’re not compatible - in SO many ways - and he refuses to take no for an answer. He had his chance with me, and he blew it. But A'tam thinks we should be mates. He thinks he can just woo me enough to change my mind. He thinks that sultry kisses and A’tam is the worst. Sure, he’s the prettiest man on the beach, but he’s a terrible listener. I’ve told him a dozen times that we’re not compatible - in SO many ways - and he refuses to take no for an answer. He had his chance with me, and he blew it. But A'tam thinks we should be mates. He thinks he can just woo me enough to change my mind. He thinks that sultry kisses and soft touches are the way to a girl’s heart. He thinks that if he shows me that he can be everything I need, I’ll just fall right back into his arms and forget the past. And….sigh. He might be right. Because I want him again and I really, really shouldn’t.

30 review for Bridget's Bane

  1. 4 out of 5

    Niki

    I love Ruby Dixon and the Icehome series. I usually love all of the stories and don't really feel like they are repetitive because she gives each character such a unique voice. Be that as it may I really couldn't stand Bridget. A'tam really tried and worked hard. Bridget is just one of those people who never gives in, never gives an inch. She bitched and whined and was so riddled with anxiety she snapped and was nasty to A'tam and others. Eventually they went to therapy to learn to talk to each I love Ruby Dixon and the Icehome series. I usually love all of the stories and don't really feel like they are repetitive because she gives each character such a unique voice. Be that as it may I really couldn't stand Bridget. A'tam really tried and worked hard. Bridget is just one of those people who never gives in, never gives an inch. She bitched and whined and was so riddled with anxiety she snapped and was nasty to A'tam and others. Eventually they went to therapy to learn to talk to each other and to address her issues, but I disliked her so much by then that I was just annoyed. I liked A'tam. He listened and not only bent over backwards, he freakin did back flips for Bridget. I was just so glad in the end that she wasn't crying and whining, that was the happy ending for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mara

    3.5 stars - Ok, while I do wish that there was a little bit of the back and forth miscommunication was cut from the front half of the book, I have to say I am INTO this deconstruction of the notorious miscommunication trope! And it getting resolved through Ice Planet couples therapy???? I STAN! Love the ideas in this one

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tierra Jenkins

    It’s good Ruby is an amazing writer but I just didn’t like Bridget. Too much has happened in the series. I wanted better for A’tam. The writing is phenomenal as always. This heroine just wasn’t for me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    ❀ Crystal ✿ - PEACE ☮ LOVE ♥ BOOKS

    4.5 Totally Worth the Wait Stars I feel like most of us have been waiting for Bridget's story fooooorever! Well the time finally came and I got to say it was everything and more than I wanted. I realize the misconceptions I had about A'tam and Bridget's relationship was all wrong and seeing it from the perception of others did nothing to help that. The two have an immediate attraction that Bridget is not ashamed of and they become quick friends. As we all know the two hook up but since that one t 4.5 Totally Worth the Wait Stars I feel like most of us have been waiting for Bridget's story fooooorever! Well the time finally came and I got to say it was everything and more than I wanted. I realize the misconceptions I had about A'tam and Bridget's relationship was all wrong and seeing it from the perception of others did nothing to help that. The two have an immediate attraction that Bridget is not ashamed of and they become quick friends. As we all know the two hook up but since that one time Bridget has been standoffish and rude to A'tam making her appear like the enemy and I hate to say it but a tease. These men are not like Earth men and they bond/mate right away. The thought of having a female of their own is all that matters to them and resonance or not A'tam is ready to commit himself to Bridget after that one night. However let's just say A'tam is cocky, arrogant and more importantly ignorant of women, particularly Earth women with our weird hang-ups let's call them. (view spoiler)[I absolutely loved that Ruby made their first time together horrific. Every girl up till now can't help but rave about their men and their giant sized alien dicks. Then again most of the men are attuned to their every need and only want to bring their mate pleasure and joy. A'tam however, just assumes he's amazing in the sack. Assumes he's the best at everything he does and even in their first (ten second) interlude A'tam does nothing to get Bridget ready for his alien sized dick. He completely gets lost in his own pleasure and forgets that she too is a participant in their interlude. Thus the sex (on her end) is horrific, worse than having all her teeth removed without Novocain. Bridget is not blameless in this either and some hang-ups from her past keep her from being honest and addressing the issue. During their horrific interlude she does not announce to him she's in agony, she does not let him know anything. Personally I found her to have serious anxiety almost more than Ariana ( I believe it was) that she struggles with. Luckily one of the girls gets them into couples therapy of sorts which I thought worked so well for them and allowed them both a safe place to actually talk about serious issues and find ways to communicate and make their relationship work. (hide spoiler)] This book is longer than most and while the action is low, the emotions are high as is the tension between the two. I absolutely loved this book and once again I'm ready and already waiting for the next one!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ivy Deluca

    Quick(ish) Review What happens when you’re very attracted to another person but things go south at first hookup? That’s exactly what happens between Bridget and A’tam and this book really delves into the fallout of that first disastrous time. I like that in a series that takes instalove and uses it as a starting point, this examines the usual immediate physical compatibility and turns it on its head. Bridget has a lot of hang ups instilled by her mother, and A’tam is a stereotypical good looking Quick(ish) Review What happens when you’re very attracted to another person but things go south at first hookup? That’s exactly what happens between Bridget and A’tam and this book really delves into the fallout of that first disastrous time. I like that in a series that takes instalove and uses it as a starting point, this examines the usual immediate physical compatibility and turns it on its head. Bridget has a lot of hang ups instilled by her mother, and A’tam is a stereotypical good looking guy who can be thoughtless and impatient. They start with a lot of attraction bu absolutely no ability to talk and listen. They are deeply flawed but you get to see them learn to communicate and get past their issues. And I loved that their “therapy” isn’t a one and done but critical part of their road to an HEA. It’s a different take on the Planet Blue Balls resonance and I enjoyed myself, even when I wanted to knock some sense into both those knuckleheads because I understood them both. This series keeps getting better and that’s an achievement by Ms. Dixon. I liked this a lot and I’d recommend it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Izzie d

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The series has been teased about this couple from early on but reading their actual story we get to see the actual events and reasons for their issues. No intimate scenes other than the Hero and heroine. Other woman drama as a friend tries to make her jealous. Miscommunication and a few games. HEA.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    OK, so this was a rollercoaster of a read for me. I went from disliking the hero to thinking he was a real cinnamon roll. And from liking the sassy, snarky heroine we saw brief glimpses of in other Ice Home books to wanting to strangle her stupidly stubborn a** then understanding her reasons for the stupid and pulling for her again to work out with the hero. This even had one of my least favorite tropes, misunderstanding as one of the main plot points and yet the author made it work. And can I j OK, so this was a rollercoaster of a read for me. I went from disliking the hero to thinking he was a real cinnamon roll. And from liking the sassy, snarky heroine we saw brief glimpses of in other Ice Home books to wanting to strangle her stupidly stubborn a** then understanding her reasons for the stupid and pulling for her again to work out with the hero. This even had one of my least favorite tropes, misunderstanding as one of the main plot points and yet the author made it work. And can I just say that if they can figure out how to do couples therapy on a friggin Ice Planet why can't they in the majority of contemporary romance novels?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alondra

    IINCREDIBLE I honestly think every new book is my favorite one but this one hits a certain spot for me. The fact that this pairing seemed to have been doomed from the start but was fixed by COMMUNICATION makes it so much more real and it played my heart strings so much more. I mean, how often does a bad thing happen in a book because of the lack of communication? *The answer is too many...* I think this one was incredible especially when talking about the fact that "bad" sex comes from arrogance an IINCREDIBLE I honestly think every new book is my favorite one but this one hits a certain spot for me. The fact that this pairing seemed to have been doomed from the start but was fixed by COMMUNICATION makes it so much more real and it played my heart strings so much more. I mean, how often does a bad thing happen in a book because of the lack of communication? *The answer is too many...* I think this one was incredible especially when talking about the fact that "bad" sex comes from arrogance and lack of communication, a message that people need to hear. I know that this one was a doozy in terms or Ruby having had a rough time but I have to say that the wait was most definitely worth it. I would definitely recommend this one to just about anyone.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Delta

    I loved Bridget and Atam’s story. Ruby Dixon did such a great job of portraying the problem that Bridget had with communicating her true feelings and wants—made Bridget so relatable. I always love IPB and Ice Home stories (and Corsairs, and Risdaverse, and Fireblood Dragons!). Usually my favorites are the ones with more action and adventure—but Bridget’s Bane is right up there with my favorites from Ruby Dixon. God bless Ruby Dixon, I don’t know how she does it—writing such great stories and so I loved Bridget and Atam’s story. Ruby Dixon did such a great job of portraying the problem that Bridget had with communicating her true feelings and wants—made Bridget so relatable. I always love IPB and Ice Home stories (and Corsairs, and Risdaverse, and Fireblood Dragons!). Usually my favorites are the ones with more action and adventure—but Bridget’s Bane is right up there with my favorites from Ruby Dixon. God bless Ruby Dixon, I don’t know how she does it—writing such great stories and so prolifically—but I’m glad she does!

  10. 5 out of 5

    ♛ Garima ♛

    Couples therapy...correct communication is secret for a successful relationship. I liked reading it on Icehome... If nothing else, life on this cold, frozen beach is always interesting. It is never dull, never the same thing day in and day out...and I like that.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I hate being the voice of dissent, but I can't say that I really enjoyed this. I had high hopes for this couple, but it really was a pity-party for a girl that had huge mommy issues- and believed her hot-pocket was so abnormally small that she could not anatomically fit A'Tam's pepperoni. So much could have been done with the couple given their history, but instead we're in the front seat to couples therapy (no joke), and Bridget's constant paranoia that she'll be gossiped about by the tribe for I hate being the voice of dissent, but I can't say that I really enjoyed this. I had high hopes for this couple, but it really was a pity-party for a girl that had huge mommy issues- and believed her hot-pocket was so abnormally small that she could not anatomically fit A'Tam's pepperoni. So much could have been done with the couple given their history, but instead we're in the front seat to couples therapy (no joke), and Bridget's constant paranoia that she'll be gossiped about by the tribe for anything and everything she does. The author attempts to make A'Tam equally culpable for the problems, and other than him being the worst lay in the world due to being a virgin and only grasping the basic mechanics of the act, it just doesn't ring true. Bridget was singularly interested in her own thoughts and feelings, and A'tam just fed off of whatever scraps of attention she could give him. The majority of the book I was rooting for him to dump B-shit and get with literally anyone else. Someone who wasn't afraid of holding his hand in public. I know I'm ranting, but I waited a lonnnnng time for this book. I knew they'd have issues and arguments going into this, because that's them- and that didn't bother me. It was giving Bridgette the troubled backstory to 'enrich' her character, and be the foundation of all the conflict in the book. This could have been fun, but we were treated to the mommy-issue trope that is in so many other books out there. Reading is supposed to be an escape, but this just didn't fit the bill.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rosa

    Not much excitement To be honest, I got bored with Bridget continuous stubborn attitude and self pity. Page after page the same boring thing. I'm very disappointed. I have enjoyed every book in this series until now. I just hope the next book will have a little more excitement and better personality in the main characters.😒😴 Not much excitement To be honest, I got bored with Bridget continuous stubborn attitude and self pity. Page after page the same boring thing. I'm very disappointed. I have enjoyed every book in this series until now. I just hope the next book will have a little more excitement and better personality in the main characters.😒😴

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kayla (onthefritz)

    A'tam + Bridget This book has been building up for some time, I will say I was hoping these two wouldn't be end game. So far, Icehome has been pairing off pretty predictably. If any two characters have an interaction in a book, then end up together. So I was hoping for some furs action, and resonating with someone else and the conflicts that can come with that. Anyways... I was thinking I wouldn't like this book. The two characters have been fighting for months, they have read pretty annoyingly in A'tam + Bridget This book has been building up for some time, I will say I was hoping these two wouldn't be end game. So far, Icehome has been pairing off pretty predictably. If any two characters have an interaction in a book, then end up together. So I was hoping for some furs action, and resonating with someone else and the conflicts that can come with that. Anyways... I was thinking I wouldn't like this book. The two characters have been fighting for months, they have read pretty annoyingly in other books because of this, and their only conflict is lack of communication. BUT, I really did end up liking this. The first half is what it is, setting up their horrible one night stand, and the fighting that happens from there. But, these two seek out help and have therapy sessions. Amazing! It was so nice to read that, and to see them get some outside perspective, think about it separately, then come back together to work on things. These are two very, very stubborn characters. A'tam is the good looking, good at everything type of guy that can get anything he wants with his charm and pretty smile. However, he is very oblivious and does not listen to Bridget. Bridget has trouble speaking up and opening up to others because of her past relationships, she knows she cares about A'tam, but is conflicted. She is also working on making pottery, but keeps that a secret from the camp. Overall, pretty good for a conflict that is 110% lack of communication. But it made sense, and their stubbornness kept making things worse until it time to work things out. And we have a new baby in the tribe!! I'm ready for more, but the gestation is like 13 months, so unless we get a time jump (maybe with Tia and/or Sessah's books) it will be a while... depending on the gestation on the clones. (view spoiler)[ As for the other characters and future books, I like the small set up for Steph and her wanting to help the Outcast tribe. Flor has been flirting with Sessah alot this book, that would be fun! I posted that I want to see an age gap, Sessah is like 18/19 and Flor is 32. I also like Flor with O'jek since he is the quiet, shy type and she is loud and sociable. Then I'rec and maybe Tia, even though she is gone and I guess Daisy and R'jaal? Daisy is always only with Shadow Cat, so that would be interesting to see her resonate to Tall Horn, but it's pointing that it may be Daisy and O'jek from being put together for the competition. (hide spoiler)]

  14. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    So worth the wait. Seriously loved this book. Loved all their crazy issues and how they worked them out. Honestly their issues are not that crazy, actually very common and for that reason, I loved this book. I really disliked Bridget in the other stories but funny thing is that as you learn her history, you can't help but fall in love with her. A'tam ended up being such a gem. Now Daisy...she is not a favorite as of yet. I will wait until we get her story. Thank you Ruby, this book was perfect, j So worth the wait. Seriously loved this book. Loved all their crazy issues and how they worked them out. Honestly their issues are not that crazy, actually very common and for that reason, I loved this book. I really disliked Bridget in the other stories but funny thing is that as you learn her history, you can't help but fall in love with her. A'tam ended up being such a gem. Now Daisy...she is not a favorite as of yet. I will wait until we get her story. Thank you Ruby, this book was perfect, just what I needed. Fabulous addition to the series, can't wait for the next one.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marie Grinnan

    A'Tam and Bridgett This book was worth every minute of the wait! I got it at 1 am and finished it. It really pulled out issues that I think most people can relate to. No matter who you are. Learning how to communicate properly is extremely difficult!! The two make a great pair and I'm so happy they ended up together. There wasn't a lot of excitement in this book, but the feels it gave me were amazing. I am already looking forward to more!! Thank you for another perfect story on my favorite plane A'Tam and Bridgett This book was worth every minute of the wait! I got it at 1 am and finished it. It really pulled out issues that I think most people can relate to. No matter who you are. Learning how to communicate properly is extremely difficult!! The two make a great pair and I'm so happy they ended up together. There wasn't a lot of excitement in this book, but the feels it gave me were amazing. I am already looking forward to more!! Thank you for another perfect story on my favorite planet!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lora Borzelleca

    I wanted to give this one 3 stars but I can't constitute giving a Ruby Dixon book a 3 star rating, I love her stuff too much. But I could not handle Bridget. She was not for me...AT ALL. To me, she was way to big a bitch to get past it and I felt Atam got far to much blame for their issues. While he did have issues, his were just harped on a little too much for my taste. Anyway, I did love Atam and his character growth so that is what made the story enjoyable to me. I wanted to give this one 3 stars but I can't constitute giving a Ruby Dixon book a 3 star rating, I love her stuff too much. But I could not handle Bridget. She was not for me...AT ALL. To me, she was way to big a bitch to get past it and I felt Atam got far to much blame for their issues. While he did have issues, his were just harped on a little too much for my taste. Anyway, I did love Atam and his character growth so that is what made the story enjoyable to me.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Averie

    This is unfortunately not my favorite in this series :( I was just not really a fan of the storyline of this book or the character's personalities. Both of the characters were superrrr stubborn and had a really hard time communicating with one another, which are not my favorite things to read about. This book might work well with others, but it did not really jell with me. *read on kindle unlimited* This is unfortunately not my favorite in this series :( I was just not really a fan of the storyline of this book or the character's personalities. Both of the characters were superrrr stubborn and had a really hard time communicating with one another, which are not my favorite things to read about. This book might work well with others, but it did not really jell with me. *read on kindle unlimited*

  18. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    So good! This series is one of my favorites and I look forward to each and every book and I’m so happy Bridget and A’tam got their turn. After watching Bridget and A’tam struggle for so long I feel like a weight has been lifted off my chest now that they are finally together and happy. The therapy sessions were so interesting and I liked that aspect of the story. I also love that each book we get a glimpse of the other couples in the tribe and how things are going with them.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Deb Y

    Love A'tam, Bridget and Ruby!!! I love all of ruby dixons' books. I totally recommend her to anyone who loves a romantic read. Not only are her books steamy they're thoughtfully written. Giving the audience a good understanding of the characters involved. It makes me fall in love with each and everyone of the tribe members. Thanks ruby for creating this ice planet world. I hope it continues on and on even to the next generation. Love A'tam, Bridget and Ruby!!! I love all of ruby dixons' books. I totally recommend her to anyone who loves a romantic read. Not only are her books steamy they're thoughtfully written. Giving the audience a good understanding of the characters involved. It makes me fall in love with each and everyone of the tribe members. Thanks ruby for creating this ice planet world. I hope it continues on and on even to the next generation.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Ann

    Good book I’ve read most of this series. I wasn’t sure how I’d like Bridget from past books but this book does a good job of explaining her mind and I wound up really enjoying her learning how to better communicate with A’tam. I loved how he evolved and was a there for her.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marianne Hoover

    Fun book Ruby always tells the best stories. Bridget and A'tom finally get together and have their HEA. The journey is full of ups and downs. It's nice to see more of the background characters come into the foreground. Thanks again for another great read! Fun book Ruby always tells the best stories. Bridget and A'tom finally get together and have their HEA. The journey is full of ups and downs. It's nice to see more of the background characters come into the foreground. Thanks again for another great read!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Badh

    My name is BRIDGET! I felt sorry for Bridget for some things, because I think we all have someone in our head who wants to sabotage us, but there are things that she could do that would make things better, but she doesn't. My name is BRIDGET! I felt sorry for Bridget for some things, because I think we all have someone in our head who wants to sabotage us, but there are things that she could do that would make things better, but she doesn't.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Stroder Gilkey

    Another home run by Ruby Dixon! This book went deep into Bridget’s background. We finally find out what exactly happened between her and A’tam. Don’t miss any of Ruby’s books!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jinxxxx

    That was sooooooo awesome! I loved it so so much! It was what I thought /wanted and so much more! Thank you so so much! Made my day! Made my Xmas! Keep the good work girl!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sonya Hall

    Trouble For the beginning to the end this book shows two points of view s. I had fun reading this book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lili

    3.5 - 4 stars Couple therapy! With blue aliens! On an Ice Planet! Yess!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jess Reads2Much

    This is a hard one to review. I love Ruby Dixon and her books are always delightful but the heroine of this book was extremely dim witted, had a martry complex, was painfully dull. I could no sympathize with her even remotely. In books like this ita easy to accept that these alpha males will be brash and a bit obnoxious with at least one redeeming quality, and he did but Bridget had none. The book was well written but the drama was drawn out and I struggled to finish it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Laura • lauralovestoread

    Another sexy couple and I loved it! I thought going in with this that Bridget would be a hard character to love but she eventually grew on me and I loved seeing her ralationship evolve as she and A’tam sort out their baggage.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shauna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Yay! Another Icehome! Since it's Ruby it's an automatic purchase through KU. I instantly liked A'tam. He was brash, innocent, arrogant, and a little ignorant in a lovable way. He was just absolutely clueless at times. When he and Bridget went to therapy, he really took it to heart and tried to change. He took things slow and showed great patience. Bridget seemed a little shallow, judgemental, and critical of A'tam. She calls herself a grown woman but she doesn't tell him what she likes sexually. Yay! Another Icehome! Since it's Ruby it's an automatic purchase through KU. I instantly liked A'tam. He was brash, innocent, arrogant, and a little ignorant in a lovable way. He was just absolutely clueless at times. When he and Bridget went to therapy, he really took it to heart and tried to change. He took things slow and showed great patience. Bridget seemed a little shallow, judgemental, and critical of A'tam. She calls herself a grown woman but she doesn't tell him what she likes sexually. She just judges his kisses and his sexual performance which he was not experienced in. She didn't communicate what pleased her. An alien is not going to know about a clit. She should have told him she was nervous about his size and to go slow. A'tam was clueless that he hurt her. It was heartbreaking. When he point blank asks her what he did wrong, she pulls the "it's not you, it's me" card. Then, she purposely isolates herself from the tribe and then feels lonely. She pushes A'tam away and then is bitter. Because of how she was raised, she was a very insecure person and lived in a constant pity party she brought on herself. Her stubbornness was childlike. She irritated me a lot of the time. The bad sex was her fault too. However, with therapy, she also tried to change. I went back and forth on whether or not I liked Daisy. I felt bad for her when the women automatically disliked her before getting to know her because of her cheerfulness and looks. However, purposely making Bridget jealous was crappy and not a good way to make friends with the women. Moving into A'tam's tent took it too far. But, she did occasionally give some good advice. I was surprised Bridget made out with him after learning they were sharing a tent. Tsk tsk. O'jek was a oh jerk! I get he was protective of A'tam and why he would dislike Bridget. He was wrong in leaving Bridget when she fell in the hunter's trap. Go Raven and Steph! Their advice to Bridget was spot on! Bree shit was a hilarious nickname. I wish we would have learned more about the outcast father and son. I want their book next :) Or Flor. I like her silliness. Overall the book was a little slow and long but overall good

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Bridget and A'tam. Those two have been dancing around each other (both dramatically and sweetly) for SOME TIME. And now they get their chance to shine. No lie, there were some pretty big speed bumps on their road to happily ever after. One disastrous encounter between the furs (disastrous by Bridget's reckoning, at least) soured their blossoming relationship. Frankly, they both had issues they needed to address regarding this. Fortunately, they were both willing to do just that. Eventually. Bridge Bridget and A'tam. Those two have been dancing around each other (both dramatically and sweetly) for SOME TIME. And now they get their chance to shine. No lie, there were some pretty big speed bumps on their road to happily ever after. One disastrous encounter between the furs (disastrous by Bridget's reckoning, at least) soured their blossoming relationship. Frankly, they both had issues they needed to address regarding this. Fortunately, they were both willing to do just that. Eventually. Bridget was quick to jump to conclusions about...well, about a few things. A'tam was too big. They just weren't compatible in that way. You know, that sort of thing. The phantom of a parent's hurtful neglect and disregard casts a long shadow and Bridget had to come to terms with several issues before she and A'tam could be together. To be fair, though, A'tam wasn't the most considerate of Bridget's wellbeing their first time. His arrogance (and her silence) led to some misconceptions that couldn't be cleared up until they started talking (and he started listening). (And, boy, did I love that AHA moment A'tam had when he realized his part in their relationship collapse. These big, blue hunks are just adorably innocent about some things and I kinda love the way they think.) Yep, Bridget and A'tam have been a long time coming, but BOY were they worth it. *thumbs up* -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

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