“There was obviously something there, with them. Some potential, some spark, some something.
She might even be a little fond of him, but she also kind of wanted to punch him in the arm.” -Beth, Something Blue by Heather McGovern
The opposites attract, workplace romance, and enemies to lovers vibes really had me going and I was smiling and laughing through most of the book.
I really wanted to like this book—with a plus-size cover model, failing for your brother’s best friend, and the reveal of Little Black Book—but sadly it just didn’t hit like I needed it to.
I loved the idea of Taylor bidding on Roman to finally get time to pick his brain about what it takes to be a hotelier. She’s determined and hopeful while he’s reclusive and somewhat jaded.
This was such a fun read and at 214 pages it’s a perfect summer beach read. I’m interested to see what they uncover about Little Black Book as I jump into book two. 👀
I can’t wait until this book is released so you can all experience this swoon-worthy romance! Get ready to giggle, sigh, and have a permanent smile on your face.
I should have known this one was going to hit me harder than the other two books…just based on the beautiful dedication in the front.
If you love romance’s that deal with heavier topics but prefer FTB [fade to black, aka when sex takes place off-page rather than on-page] I highly recommend giving this debut romance a chance.
Ever since I read, and loved Twisted Love, where we get to see a few fiery interactions between Jules and Josh I knew I needed to read their book. We get enemies to lovers between Ava’s [the MC of Twisted Love] BFF and older brother and it is steamy.
This was a novella, and I wish it would have been full length. I would have loved to see more of the world surrounding Angie and Josh.