This is what I have been waiting for again from Ruthie. While I loved [b:How to Misbehave|17162570|How to Misbehave (Camelot, #1)|Ruthie Knox|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1357019989s/17162570.jpg|22005525], the rest of the Camelot series hasn't knocked me off my feet. They've all been good, but I've come to expect great from Ms. Knox. Well, the rest of Amber and Tony's story didn't disappoint.While this most certainly is a romance, this book is so, so much more. It's for every woman who's felt ignored, defeated, worn out, exhausted, lost, and just plain old beat up by life's day to day moments--the moments that turn into weeks that turn into months that turn into years. I'm not sure there wasn't a passage, a thought or emotion that Amber had that I hadn't experienced at one point or another. So much of this story hit home. I had nearly thirty passages highlighted (in a NOVELLA!) because so much of it spoke to me.And while this story made me ache in the most beautiful way, had me crying already at 7%, it was also funny. Ruthie has an amazing talent for blending humor and emotion, and she did it beautifully in this book. Of course, it helped that Tony is my favorite (FAVORITE!), and I loved his sense of humor.This book is going down as one of my favorites for the year. And I plan to reread. Very soon.Thank you for writing this, Ruthie, and for reminding us moms that we aren't the only one to have ever felt lost.