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The Truth About Love Vol:II by [Bloom, Anna]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4639 KB
  • Print Length: 78 pages
  • Publisher: Dreamscape Books (20 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #144,839 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read and reviewed the first in this series a couple of months ago (Review Here) and have been longing to see if this one reaches any conclusions. Previously we had Eve and Cameron’s story, this instalment focuses on Eve’s bestie Cherry.

Eve has to vacate the flat they share for a while to take care of her sick mother, meanwhile out of the blue Jared asks Cherry if she needs a temporary room mate, Cherry is not keen on having a boy to share but realises the rent money will come in handy.
She is adamant there will be nothing other than polite, courteous behaviour and they will tolerate each other. Jared manages to annoy Cherry at every turn!
Eve is struggling, Cherry knows the background relationship she has with her mother but there is nothing she can do to help.
As much as Cherry has vowed not to have another relationship Jared does his utmost to make himself helpful, he is a demon cook, could this be a way of breaking down her reservations!?
This is such a sweet story, the second novella in a series of four and as soon as I started reading I remembered why I enjoyed the first one so much. The writing is so easy, the characters so believable, you really wish you could be there to offer advice. I like all of them which is quite unusual and as much as Jared annoyed me at the beginning he rapidly showed his nicer/caring side.
There is a lot contained in a small amount of space and the ability to keep me on edge and to read it in one sitting and still leave me wanting more is quite an achievement. While it may appear as yet another NA romance there is a lot more depth to it than that.
I smiled while reading and felt genuinely sorry when it ended and I can’t wait for the next one! Full of humour, sarcasm, friendship and romance .. you will need to read to find out what becomes of the ‘Smelly Boy’!
Thanks so much to the Anna and Laura for my ARC .. I read and reviewed voluntarily.
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Favorite Quote:

Since Eve cleaned it I have tried to stay on top of the grime situation. I was kinda hoping that my new flatmate would be into cleaning, but looking at Jared with his mud-covered boots and scruffy clothes, I’m not sure my new flatmate even likes to clean himself. Great, I’m going to live with a smelly boy.

My Review:

I adored the humor, storyline, and characters of this delightfully written tale and was well entertained from beginning to end. I am hopelessly addicted to this series and want to bribe the talented Ms. Bloom with an altar of her favorite chocolates to finish it quickly. It was a quick, well-paced, and amusing read that generally kept a smirk in place as I read. Cherry was a serial dater who never a second date. The last guy she dated more than once had cheated on her, so, that was not happening again. After her roommate’s sudden departure to care for her ailing mother, Cherry needed a temporary roommate to help with the rent and a “smelly boy” was the only one to respond to her ad. He was a loathsome roommate for several weeks but suddenly he cleaned up rather nicely, too nicely. Cherry was forced to distract herself from thinking about his beautiful sculpted abs by thinking of something awful. I am more than eager for Volume III. Hurry Ms. Bloom!
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This is book 2 of the truth about love series but the book can be read as a standalone however in my opinion it is best to read the books in order as you will then understand the reasoning behind some of Cams actions.

Cherry has been left by her best friend to look after the flat whilst she deals with some personal issues and because of this she has to get a new room mate. What she didn't except is a drop dead gorgeous male but who also acted like a slob. But even so cherry is attracted to him but has to get over her own hangups first in order to accept the feeling she has for him.

Cam is hiding a big secret from cherry that could destroy them both. When he first moves into cherry's apartment he finds himself attracted to her but to try and keep her away he acts unclean and like a slob which is far from reality until he can no longer resist the attraction between them.

This book leaves you on a cliffhanger so if waiting for the next book is not your thing then I would wait till all the series is available.

Reviewed for Amo and Sarah corner gifted for an honest review
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The truth about love vol 2
Cherry is missing Eve , who's gone to look after and try and help her alcoholic mother. Cams disappeared and left Eve so Cherry is all alone , that is until the not so well mannered and clean Jared answers her roommate wanted advert. She nicknames him smelly boy but that's not the whole story ....

This second instalment focuses Cherry and her inability to trust anyone , she never goes on a second date, the first ones are bad enough. Underneath all the teacher bravado she's lonely with Eve. Then Jared happens and her life changes in ways she never imagined.

This second instalment is just as good if not better than the first but you must read the first part, otherwise you'll wonder what's going on! This is a funny, smart, yes clever read with just the right amount of sexy steam thrown in. Cherry's inner voice is hilariously funny.

I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book
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