Vanilla - Megan Hart ARC provided by Harlequin via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

“Why do you do that?”
“It’s not something I do….It’s who I am.”

This book was so amazing. Megan Hart is just one of the best writers out there today. I have to say that this book did not make me cry as much as the others. Instead she took me on one of the most perfect journeys into the life of someone who has different sexual preferences. I have to say that until this book I never even considered how weird it is that people are so overly fascinated with those who have dom/domme preferences. I love how honest, and open Elise was with the people around her. I love that she's not ashamed of who she is, or how she loves.

“I am the sum of many parts.”
“We all are.”
I smiled. “True.”
“Some of my parts would like to get to know some of yours a lot better.” Niall said.

Niall was just a great male lead (in the pool of males of this book). He was so sweet, and kind and caring, and just so damn thoughtful. I could really see his side of the story as well, and I think that is a craft that Megan Hart is so damn talented in wielding. I have to say that reading this book never felt like fiction, every choice seemed so real, every character so well crafted that I could not find a flaw that didn’t below.

In the end, only three things matter. How much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of that which is not meant for you.

Another amazing, unforgettable, touching story, about people who are just trying to find love even when they think they don't want it.