[Book Review + Excerpt!] Cowboy Most Wanted by Stina Lindenblatt

Syn

A sexy romantic comedy about a hot cowboy, some racy photos, and an accidental hook up—or three—with his best friend’s sister…

Sexy cowboy TJ Daniels loves Norse mythology, Marvel comics, horses, and dirty talk. Not necessarily in that order. When his brother signs him up for a new Bachelorette-Style reality show centered around a female star looking for love with a cowboy, TJ reluctantly agrees to do it, knowing that it will be great publicity for the ranch.

What he didn’t figure on is the show’s photographer being Violet Brooks. Violet is TJ’s gun-toting best friend’s little sister. She’s the same woman who left the small Montana town ten years ago and never looked back. And yep, she’s the same woman he lusted after when he shouldn’t have. And still does.

So when the pre-show marketing photo shoot involves channeling his inner underwear model—with Violet as the photographer—TJ ends up losing his shirt. His pants. And, if he’s willing to risk everything—including his place on the show that could save his struggling ranch—his heart could be on the line as well.


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Publication Date: 12th June 2018
Characters: TJ, Violet


Review

*I recieved an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

This was one of those cutesy laid romances, I loved the Southern vibes and the scenery sounded amazing.  There is just something sexy about a cowboy protagonist – this book is told is entirely from TJ’s perspective which I thought was a nice change, you don’t find many romances written that way.

I thought TJ was very likable, he never really came across as a jerk and his feelings for Violet were pretty obvious. I liked the storyline of the forbidden romance, the sneaking around was very entertaining.

There were a few things that irritated me though, the whole reality TV thing was a bit blah, not really my thing and the Violet having a secret child was a bit strange – I’m still confused why this would be a big deal in this day and age…

Overall this was an ok read if you’re looking for a light and fluffy then give it a whirl.

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My Rating: 3/5 🌟🌟🌟


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I’ve never done drugs.

Okay, let me change that to, I’ve never done illegal drugs—the kinds of drugs that alter your perception of reality. I’ve never felt the need to.

But at this moment, my first thought is that God has rolled a massive joint and is blowing smoke in my face.

That’s the only explanation for why Violet is standing there, wearing cowboy boots and a lacy white dress that reveals mouthwatering long legs. Long legs that when I was a teen caused many a morning wood.

It’s all a delusion.

And since it is just a delusion, why shouldn’t I get to enjoy it some more?

I go back to checking out the view.

Violet’s shiny brown hair brushes against her bare shoulders. The hair I long to run my fingers through, to see if it feels as soft as it looks. The shoulders I crave to kiss, to lick, to taste.

Around her waist is the gift I gave her for her seventeenth birthday: a western leather belt with a horse’s head engraved on the buckle. In retrospect, the gift might not have been a good idea—if Austin’s comments back then were any indication. After he witnessed her innocently kissing my cheek, he pulled me aside and interrogated me. Interrogated me as to why I gave her the present. Interrogated me as to my intentions when it came to his sister—only he didn’t state it quite so nicely.

And then he made it clear what he would do to me if my thoughts about her were less than brotherly.

That was before he spent eight years in the military.

I’m sure he has since added to the list. Added newly acquired torture techniques. All with the Navy SEALs’ stamp of approval.

Let the fun times commence.

“This should be interesting,” Jake says, low enough so only I hear him. His tone is sitting on the fence. Cracking up is on one side, concern on the other. And right now, his tone is tottering more on the laughter side of things. “And by the way, you might want to close your mouth before it fills up with horseflies.”

I snap my mouth shut.

Guess that clarifies some stuff. I’m not suffering from a delusion.

I wished that Violet would return to Copper Creek and bam!My wish came true.

Except…I also prayed that the show would be canceled. So maybe my guardian angel or fairy godmother—or whatever the heck it is—is only a rookie. She could only finagle the first wish.

Oh, well.One out of two ain’t half-bad.

“What should be interesting?” I ask, unable to take my eyes off Violet, even though my brain is screeching, Mayday, mayday, maydayand demanding I look away.

“TJ,” Camilla says before Jake can reply. “This is Violet Brooks, our super talented photographer. Violet, this is our cowboy, TJ Daniels, and his brothers, Jake and Noah.” She points to each of them in turn.

That explains why Aubrey is here. She and Violet have been best friends as long as Austin and I have been the same. She knew Violet was part of the TV crew.

“We actually know each other,” Violet says. “TJ has been my brother’s best friend since we were kids.” Her gorgeous brown eyes, alive with flecks of amber, slide to me—and just like that, my knees have trouble remembering their function.

She smiles. Christ, how could I have forgotten what her smile does to me? Between that and those eyes, I’m surprised I remember how to speak.

Wait—I do remember how to speak, right?

“It’s great seeing you again.” Yes!I can still form a coherent sentence.

“You too.” She steps in for a hug and wraps her arms around my shoulders. Her breasts press against my chest, and I inwardly groan. Luckily, Austin isn’t here to witness this, or else the reality show would have some serious entertainment for its viewers.

My arms loop around her and threaten to never let go.

“I can’t believe how long it’s been since I last saw you,” she says so only I can hear her. Her arms remain around my neck. “I’ve missed you.”

“I’ve missed you, too. I was beginning to think the only way I’d ever see you again would be if I went to LA.”

The feel of her soft body against mine and the smell of her vanilla and rose perfume sparks a memory I’ve kept close all these years.

I had gone to her house to hang out with Austin. He was held up at his grandfather’s ranch, where he was working that summer. I was nineteen; Violet was seventeen.

She was dating a guy at the time. Some loser, if memory serves me correct. They were supposed to go out that night, but the dumbass forgot and stood her up for his buddies.

Violet was sitting on the porch steps, her shoulders slouched forward, her heart in her hand. I sat next to her, and she told me what happened.

“What’s wrong with me?” she whispered once she was finished.

My heart pinched at her words. How could she even believe for a second that something was wrong with her? Everything about her was right. The way she smelled like vanilla and roses. The way the world seemed a thousand times brighter whenever she smiled. The way she made mesmile even when I was having a crappy day.

But I couldn’t tell her any of this.

Not if I valued my life and my friendship with Austin.

So I did the second best thing: I hugged her.

It only lasted a few seconds, but the memory of it has clung to me all these years like well-chewed gum on the bottom of your boot.

I reluctantly release Violet, who goes on to hug Jake and Noah.

Camilla’s face lights up. “You must have some juicy stories about TJ growing up,” she says to Violet. “What was he like?”

Amusement flares briefly in Violet’s eyes. But it’s gone too quickly for Camilla to notice. I only recognize it because I’m more than familiar with those juicy stories. Stories my old teacher Miss Truby would be delighted to share—if she was still with us.

Although now that I think about it, Miss H isstill around. She was my high school English teacher.

Jake’s warning from earlier comes back for an encore.

Note to self: Make sure Camilla doesn’t track down Miss H. If my old teacher is given the chance to talk about my mischief-making days, I’m sure I’ll be painted as the villain on the TV show. While that would be a great way to avoid advancing to the next round, it won’t help us promote the ranch.

For a moment, Violet seems to consider Camilla’s question. “I’m assuming he hasn’t changed much since back then.” Her gaze sweeps over my body, much like Camilla’s did earlier. Except when her eyes land on my face, there’s a heat in them that wasn’t in Camilla’s.

But then it flickers away faster than a flame in a blizzard, and I can’t be a hundred percent certain I didn’t imagine it. I mean, we’re talking about Violet. I’ve never been anything but a big brother to her.

I brush the heat in her eyes off as nothing more than a hallucination—a hallucination brought on by seeing her again after she’s been away for so long.

Sounds like a reasonable explanation, right?


Author Bio

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Born in Brighton England, Stina Lindenblatt has lived in a number of countries, including England, the U.S, Finland, and Canada. This would explain her mixed up accent. In addition to writing fiction, she loves photography, especially the close-up variety, and currently lives in Calgary, Canada, with her husband and three kids.

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[Book Review] The Billionaire’s Claim: Redemption – Nadia Lee

Syn

Elizabeth Pryce-Reed.

An angel. A virgin. My first love.

She was my life until she betrayed me ten years ago. So I built an empire and came after her, intent on vengeance.

Instead of giving me the nasty fight I expected, she gazed at me with tragedy in her eyes…then made an unexpected, gut-wrenching move that left me reeling…and vanished.

Elizabeth might’ve cut me out of her life, but I haven’t cut her out of mine.

Nothing’s over until I say it’s over.

The epic conclusion to Elizabeth Pryce-Reed & Dominic King’s romance, which started in The Billionaire’s Claim: Obsession.


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Publication Date: 12th June 2018
Page Length: 300
Characters: Elizabeth, Dominic


Review

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with this book. Dominic goes on a mission to find Elizabeth which leads him to a tropical Island and recusing Elizabeth from the clutches of her stalker. From that point forward the story went in a direction that I was not expecting which is where my mixed feelings come from. Don’t get me wrong I did enjoy the book but I was expecting a little bit more. 

As this book picks straight up from where the last one left off, there’s no real character development as such. Dominic is more understanding now that he knows the truth about what happened in the path and Elizabeth is able to relax in a way that she wasn’t able to in the first book. 

I did like the ending I thought it was a great way to finish off Elizabeth and Dominic’s Story. 

My Rating 3/5 🌟🌟🌟

[Book Review] I Flipping Love You – Helena Hunting

Synopsis

From New York Times bestselling author Helena Hunting comes I Flipping Love You, a love story about flipping houses, taking risks, and landing that special someone who’s move-in ready.

Rian Sutter doesn’t usually get hit on in the grocery store, but when she notices a sexy man in a suit checking her out, she thinks maybe it’s her lucky day. Either that or the suit has a thing for sweaty, yoga-pant wearing women with excellent price matching skills.

Turns out it’s neither.

Pierce Whitfield can’t believe his luck when he’s able to track down the woman who scratched up the paint job on his car at the scene of the crime. But when he confronts the hit and run hottie, he discovers there’s not just one, but two of them, and he’s been throwing accusations at the wrong twin.

As repair costs are negotiated, and the chemistry between them flares, Rian and Pierce find out they have more than mutual attraction in common. They’re both vying for the same pieces of prime real estate in The Hamptons and neither one plans to give up without a fight.

Can these passionate rivals turn up the heat on their budding romance—without burning down the house?


Quick Stats

Page Length: 320
Publication Date: 29th May 2018
Characters: Rian, Pierce and Marley


Review

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

This book is set in the same world as Hooking up and Shacking up, Pierce is Amalie’s brother so if you have read Hooking Up you would have met his character briefly there.

I flipping love this story! Just like the first 2 books this story it’s filled with lots of laugh out loud moments and lots and lots of sexy times, it’s everything I have come to expect from Helena Hunting. Rian and her sister Marley flip house’s for a living, in the hopes of one day making enough cash to buy their own home on the beach but then Pierce happens, bringing a competition that they had not planned for. What also doesn’t help is the undeniable attraction between him and Rian….. This quiet little beach town just got more interesting.

Firstly,  The Hamptons sounds freaking amazing, it really made me want to visit!  I really liked Rian, she is feisty, headstrong and very endearing. The chemistry between her and Pierce is sizzling from the get-go. I loved how they met – arguing over who scratched his car in the middle of a supermarket! It was just hilarious. Talking of Pierce is was great too, I liked how he was all in with Rian and didn’t run when she told him all about her past, also he is very swoony!

Another character I have to mention here is Marley, she is Rian’s twin sister. Marley is more of a party girl than Rian but she seems like so much fun! I know there are going to be a few more books set in this world and I really hope one of them is Marley’s story.

Overall this was soo so good! If you are going on vacation soon this is a perfect some summer read, in fact just grab a copy anyway, you will not be disappointed.

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My Rating 5/5 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

 

[Book Review] Brooklynaire by Sarina Bowen

Synopsis

You’d think a billion dollars, a professional hockey team and a six-bedroom mansion on the Promenade would satisfy a guy. You’d be wrong.

For seven years Rebecca has brightened my office with her wit and her smile. She manages both my hockey team and my sanity. I don’t know when I started waking in the night, craving her. All I know is that one whiff of her perfume ruins my concentration. And her laugh makes me hard.

When Rebecca gets hurt, I step in to help. It’s what friends do. But what friends don’t do is rip off each others’ clothes for a single, wild night together.

Now she’s avoiding me. She says we’re too different, and it can never happen again. So why can’t we keep our hands off each other?


Quick Stats

Page Length: 452
Publication Date: Feb 2018
Characters: Rebecca, Nate


Review

I’m so happy that I finally got around to reading this book, I’ve had it on on my TBR before it was even released.

Nate and Rebecca have been working together for 7 years, Nate doesn’t know when he started seeing her as more than a friend but what he does know is that it’s becoming harder and harder to stay away from her. Then one night in a hotel room changes anything.

This story was so refreshing from the usual billionaire stories that I have come across, I think this was because the characters just felt so normal and relatable, it made connecting with them really easy.

I need to take a moment to show my appreciation for how brilliantly written Nate’s character is. In other millionaire/billionaire books, I’ve read the male leads are normally egotistical, arrogant controlling jerks but Nate is the total opposite, he’s down to earth, funny and geeky and for me, those are much more attractive traits. Also, he is so caring towards Rebecca and doesn’t play any games, he is honest about what he is feeling all the time. I just love him!

Rebecca is great too, I could totally understand her anxieties about dating Nate as he is her boss. She was a little insecure at times but not in an annoying whiny way. I think some of her fears were justified.

Overall this was a fab little read, one I’ll no doubt re-read because I enjoyed it so damn much!

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My Rating 4/5 🌟🌟🌟🌟

 

[Book Review] Boarded by Love – Toni Aleo

Synopsis

“Jude Sinclair here, hockey player for the Bellevue Bullies and lover of all ladies. Hockey’s in my blood, and not to sound full of myself, but

I’m good at it…really good. The draft is within my reach—it’s mine to take—but that’s not the only reason people know my name. They know me because of my way with women. They know the score, and I aim to please. I just tend to stay away from repeat performances. In other words, I don’t do relationships beyond my family and friends. I’m happy with life. However, I should warn you that my story and how I see it playing out is about to change due to a certain redhead on campus.

She’s beautiful. Stunning. Breathtaking.

She’s my game changer.”

“He’s trouble from the moment I see him. I don’t know what I’m thinking, but from the moment I meet his gaze, I’m his. It’s a scary feeling.

I’ve never trusted anyone outside my aunt and uncle—and even that took months. I didn’t have it easy growing up. My mom was usually strung out, and she didn’t give me a second thought. Drugs and the men who paid her were more important to her. It was horrible, but I’m stronger today. Because of my past, security is what I need most. Money assures me that I can take care of myself today, tomorrow, and next month. I don’t want to ever be hungry or go without again, so I work hard for every penny.

Oh, by the way, I’m Claire Anderson. I’m a hard-studying sophomore at the University of Bellevue, dancer for the school dance team, and a burlesque dancer at a club, but that’s my secret.
You may think you know how our story ends, but you have no clue. It’s not easy falling in love… or living happily ever after. At first it may seem so, but when is anything worth having ever won without a fight?

Especially when you’re boarded by love.”


Quick Stats

Publication Year: 2014
Page Length: 355
Characters: Claire, Jude


Review

In general I like Hockey themed storys but this one almost broke my eyes from the amoutn of eye rolling that went down whilest I was reading this book.

Claire is whiney and irritating! I felt no connection to her, she keeps secres from the people she loves for reasons that make little or no senese. Jude was ok but kind meh, no real personality and he was pretty boring to be honest,. The worst thing about this book thought was the major major insta love! I loves you were being thrown around after only 2 weeks of them meeting. I probably should have stopped reading at that point but I I held out hope that things my get better –  they did not.

I never thought a romance book could have too much romance but this book did it, mainly due to the utter repetiveness, there’s only so much you read about much people love it each before you it becomes ewww. I get they love it each other I don’t need to be kept remineded about that fact. I started skim reading towards the end because it became so unbareable.

I probably will try another book by Toni Aleo just incase this was a blip but I really wish I’d DNF’d this book.

My Rating: 1/5 🌟

 

[Book Review] Absinthe of the Heart by Monica James

Synopsis

Two households, unlike in dignity, in the City of Angels is where we lay our scene…

London Sinclair was the boy my mother warned me about for as long as I can remember. His name alone has brought my family nothing but shame and suffering, so it’s no surprise we’ve been sworn enemies since the first moment we met.

With his bedroom eyes and cocky smile, he has all the girls under his spell. I have one more year of school left, and then I’m home free because I’m guarding a secret, one I’m ashamed to keep.

The boy who is completely off-limits is the one who drives me, Holland Brooks, wild. I want London, and I think…he wants me, too.

Some may compare it to a Shakespearian tragedy, as our surnames have fated our future, but when a single night changes my life forever, I can’t leave the City of Angels fast enough.

Ten years later, I have atoned for my sins and return to Los Angeles a changed woman. I’ve come home to get married. But the moment London walks back into my life, one thing is clear. Ten years can’t undo that night—that single, sinful night when I gave into temptation—because I want to do it again.


Quick Stats

Publication Date: May 14th, 2018
Page Length: 412
Characters: Holland and London


Review

*I recieved an advanced copy of the book in exchange for honest review*

A betrayal split London and Hollands families apart before they were born. Hollands mom has warned her about London all her life, but he is the one boy she can’t off her mind, and then one night changes everything and results in Holland fleeing Los Angeles. Years later and Holland is back in town and getting married, but when she bumps into London and learns to the truth about what really happened that night it changes everything.

This story was addictive!

I loved the Romeo & Juliet vibes this book had. All the secrets and intrigue made this story so gripping. I finished this book in one day, I finished this story in one day because I just couldn’t put it down.

I loved and hated Holland. I don’t understand how she could have trusted some people when it was obvious that they were being deceitful, but I did like how she took shit from no one, in that respect she was a bit of a bad ass.

London – I enjoyed his character a lot, despite him being painted as the bad guy, lots of his actions gave the impression that there is a good guy there that Holland wasn’t seeing. I would like to have read some the story from his perspective as it would have been interesting to see things from his POV.

Now there are two other significant characters in this story, I won’t say too much because it will spoil the story but one of them really really irked me and you’ll know exactly too who I’m talking about if you read the story.

So the ending was super cliff hangery but in the best way! I can’t wait for the next book. I really recommend as it has it all, drama, angst, enemies to lovers etc you can’ go wrong!

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My Rating 4/5 🌟🌟🌟🌟

 

[Book Review] Obsession The Billionaire’s Claim – Nadia Lee

Synopsis

Dominic

Elizabeth Pryce-Reed.

An angel. A virgin. My first love.

I fell for her hard and fast ten years ago…and paid the price on a night of shattering betrayal.

So I built a billion-dollar empire out of vengeance…

And now I’m coming for her.

Elizabeth

Dominic King.

A maverick. A self-made billionaire. My soul mate.

Ten years ago, he shredded my heart, even as he vowed he’d take what matters most to me.

I know he’s coming, and I welcome it. I need closure for what happened that night.

But the more time I spend with him, the more I wonder…

Can I ever move on…?


Quick Stats

Publication Date: 26th April 2018
Page Length: 350
Characters: Dominic, Elizabeth


Review

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

At 17 Elizabeth mets Dominic in a bar after using a fake ID. Later that night she ends up at Dominic’s place where she loses her virginity to him. They fall for each other hard and fast and then it all comes tumbling down. 10 Years later all Dominic has on his mind is revenge and all Elizabeth wants is forgiveness.

Not sure where to begin really, I liked this storey but at the same time I didnt really care for it. I liked the storyline but I think it was some of the characters behaviours that gratted my nerves a bit.

Dominc is a tad childish and overall a very confused person especially when it comes to Elizabeth, I mean I kinda get where hes coming from most of the time but I didn’t get how we could have been so blind to what was really going with Elizabeth.

I found myself sympathising with Elizabeth more than Dominic. She is a deeply unhappy person that has been manipulated by her family for most of her life. I just really felt she deserved more.

The story itself was ok I would like to have gotten more answers than I did but I guess more will be revealed in book 2, which I will definitely read because I need answers! Also, I’m really rooting for Elizabeth to get her happy ending!

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My Rating: 3/4 🌟🌟🌟

 

[Book Review] Ditched – R.C. Boldt

Synopsis

He’s playing for the heart she’s had sidelined for years.IVY HAYES
Dating can be a rocky journey. Once the new shine wears off, you may end up with a case of buyer’s remorse.

That’s where I come in. I set the backdrop and coach you through the breakup.

Don’t want overblown drama, hard feelings, or a drink tossed in your face? Then I’m your fairy godmother, child.

BECKET JONES
As an NFL quarterback, endorsement ads and the media pandering after me are all part of the game.

Ivy Hayes is the first woman who doesn’t care about my money and the notoriety that goes along with it.

But I’m a long-term guy, and she operates strictly in the now. Which means I need to bring my A-game.

Otherwise, I’ll end up getting ditched.


Quick Stats

Page Length: 300
Publication Year: 3rd April 2018
Characters: Becket and Ivy


Review

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

Ivy doesn’t do relationships and she certainly doesnt do love, her day job is helping people find the right way to break things of with thier significant other. Becket Jones on the other hand is all about commitment and when he and Ivy meet he makes it his mission to convince Ivy to give love a chance.

So when I started this bok I some how didn’t realise that Becket is the Becket from He Love’s Me… KNOT! AKA Emma-Janes BFF! I adored Becket in that book so it was a real treat to discover that this book was all about him. Just before I continue, it doesn’t matter if you haven’t read He Love’s me…KNOT this book is a standalone.

It’s Emma-Jane who initiates contact between Ivy and Becket and she does it in the most hilerious way! I won’t spoil it but was just brilliant. I liked Ivy, her main issues with love and committment stem from a childhood trauma that has never really been fully resolved and the way she has been coping with was to just hide away from the world, eventually this is resolved and she is all the better for it.

I loved Becket! He is such a lovely guy, the complete opposite of your normal sterotypical jock. He was so patient and understanding of Ivy, it was really heart warming to read. It’s always a pleasure to read a story where the guy is just normal and nice and not overly cavemanish.

I thought the story itself was very well developed and very entertaining. Overal this really was a top notch read. I’m really hoping there will be a story about Ivy’s sister next.

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My Rating: 5/5 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

[Book Review] Come a Little Closer – Kim Karr

Synopsis

I haven’t always been this bad…

Up until recently, I was the kind of girl who wore white cotton panties and bent at the knees rather than the waist.

Pomp and circumstance changed all that.

Jaxson Cassidy was my first taste of bad, and I liked it more than I should have. Just not in the way I was meant to. I couldn’t help myself though. I found him irresistible. That sexy grin, those skilled fingers, and that dirty, dirty mouth were a lethal combination.

I wasn’t supposed to want him. I wasn’t supposed to let him put his hands on me. I wasn’t supposed to do a lot of things…but I did.

He wants to keep me close.
I should push him away.

He says he can help me.
I’m not so sure.

For some reason, he thinks there’s good left in me.
What if he’s wrong?

Everyone knows a good boy can’t turn a bad girl around.
Everyone knows it’s always the other way.
Everyone…except him.


Quick Stats

Publication Year:  28th March 2018
Characters: Sadie, Jaxon


Review

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

Sadie gets fired from her job and is involved in an accident all on the same day. With her life crumbling around her she makes a run for it to Antigua, where she bumps into Jaxon,  the man she thought she had let at the airport.

I usually really enjoy Kim Karr’s books but I felt like something was missing from this one. The story wasn’t bad it just didn’t excite me. I thought Sadie and Jaxon to be slightly annoying at times for different reasons. Sadie because of her lack of self-confidence and Jaxons cavemanishness was overbearing.

Towards the end, the story does get a bit more interesting so it was definitely worth finishing and not a complete waste of time.

My Rating 3/5 🌟 🌟 🌟

[Book Review] Our Unscripted Story – L.A. Fiore

Synopsis

Greyson Ratcliffe. I met him at sixteen, the hot new guy sitting on my jetty, an aspiring artist just passing through. He was my first kiss and my first love. I wanted forever with him. I didn’t even get a year.

Five years later, I’m a budding writer who scripts stories of love and struggle, the good and the bad and the ups and the downs. He’s a star on the rise; his wicked talent and crazy good looks have his face plastered on countless magazines. We move in two different worlds and still our paths cross again. We’re older and wiser and as crazy about each other as we had been as teenagers.

My medium is words and my imagination is limitless, but not even I could have written the incredible journey we traveled to our happily-ever-after. Life isn’t like fiction, and the greatest love stories don’t follow a script.


Quick Stats

Page Length: 348
Publication Year: 29th March 2018
Characters: Alexis and Greyson


Review

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

Alexis and Greyson meet as teenagers and fall head over heels in love, only to be ripped apart after a few months of being together. 5 years later their paths cross again and with it a chance to reconnect.

This story didn’t go the way I expected it to at all. I was thinking this was going to be a light-hearted romantic read about high school sweethearts who get a second chance at love, which it was to a degree but it was a nice surprise that there was so much more to the story.

This book is told in the alternate perspectives of Greyson and Alexis. Sometimes swapping back and forth multiple times during each chapter, which meant you always had some idea about what each person was thinking. Both characters were well developed and had interesting backgrounds which gave them lots of depth.

I really enjoyed the ups and down that Alexis and Greyson went through, it wasn’t all plain sailing for them but their determination to stay together no matter what was really admirable.

The only slightly negative was that for most of the story Greyson came across as the perfect guy but this resolved towards the end when some of his more negative traits came to light, so it wasn’t really that much of an issue.

Overall I really liked this story and I would recommend.

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My Rating: 4/5 🌟🌟🌟🌟