- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 4046.0 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
- Publisher: Reckless Siren Publishing; 1 edition (27 July 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071DQFH1P
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,512 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Told in first person, be prepared to hit the ground running with this fast paced read that is witty & funny from the start "Why wasn't the not-showered-ratty-pajama look in? Society was the worst. Feminists unite! Also, lazy people. I would also take homebodies.". This story is full of emotion & inspiration as it takes you deeper, from tough back story beginnings & bad relationships, to sweet, slow-burn, make your breath catch sexy – “sultry wisp of heat…”. A tale of the challenges of being “in a grown-up life I didn’t know what to do with.” & the search for love & the feeling of being out of your league when it comes to it… “He was basically a Cary Grant movie.”. Of how to handle over the top uncomfortable work situations, how to make the most out of dysfunctional families & find purpose in this thing called life. Filled with emotions & refreshingly thought provoking before it’s all said & done.
I love Molly, her broken filter & internal monologue~ “That’s Alfa Ro-may-o for those of you reading it like Romeo and Juliet. Because this isn’t that kind of story, yo.” Bahahaha!!! I love that Ezra is “…one of the world’s crankiest, hottest, most difficult men.”, alluring & unexpected all at the same time. I couldn’t get enough of the push-pull snark & enjoyed the verbal duels between these characters way too much. In the end, I was glad for the how to be “all about following your dreams and going hard after the things you loved most in life.” message.
I'd recently read The Opposite Of You and super enjoyed it, so I was looking forward to this. This story follows Molly & Ezra. They were introduced in The Opposite Of You and I was really intrigued to read their story. This story could easily be read as a stand alone but I'd definitely recommend TOOY as it's a great book.
Molly has basically given up on men and has resigned herself to spinsterhood after going through a good few Mr Wrongs. She didn't get the best first impression of Ezra and they clashed heads a bit. She's decided to avoid at all costs but that turns out to be not so simple when he hires her to do a mural at one of his restaurants.
I loved the slow burn feel of this book. I loved the banter between Molly & Ezra and I enjoyed learning more about them and how they ticked. I liked how their romance grew and how they evolved together. They were both good multi-faceted characters. Both had hidden depths and vulnerabilities that weren't immediately obvious but that made them more real and believable. Molly comes across as strong and sassy but she has her own underlying doubts and hang ups. Ezra surprised me. He turned out to be a lot sweeter and swoonier than I was expecting and I loved it.
There's everything here. Humour, emotion, romance and plenty of chemistry. There's no heavy angst here and, to be honest, it's not needed. This was a well written, sweet, swoony romance and I enjoyed every minute.
I'd definitely recommend this and I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.
Ezra, ahh, what a character, I am so in love with this man, I think I love him more than Killian and that's saying something because I really did love him. Ezra just had this air about him, this alpha quality. He was definitely all man and not a boy. Molly is a loveable character and normally I don't take to the female characters of the story straight away but I really did with Molly. She had this tomboy but girly quality and I found that really endearing.
I genuinely found myself laughing throughout too, the wit and the camaraderie was on point. I cannot wait to read more by this author.
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