- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2717 KB
- Print Length: 78 pages
- Publisher: Dreamscape Books (20 April 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XGHY6ZG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #486,380 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Truth About Love Vol:II Kindle Edition
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Cherry needs a temporary flat mate to help with the rent while Eve (The Truth About Love Vol I) is away, and along comes Jared aka Smelly Boy. There's lots of laughter along the way as the flatmates adjust and make friends. While the book is short, it doesn't feel rushed, and the characters are well written. This book will leave you with a smile on your face.
In all honesty, I wasn’t crazy about reading Cherry’s story. She was an interesting character, yes, but I was crazy to know how Eve’s story developed. Due to this, I went in with a bit of a chip on my shoulder. Fear not, however, as this story quickly won me over. Cherry is a very different character to Eve, and whilst the focus is mainly upon her life, we do see some progress in Eve’s life. In fact, two stories are a lot more linked than I’d been expecting them to be. I feared Cherry’s story would read as some kind of standalone novella, yet it ties in so well with the previous volume that by the time I was halfway through I was berating myself for my original silly thoughts.
As already stated, Cherry is a very different character to Eve, resulting in a very different kind of story. Despite how different the stories are, there are certain aspects that are consistent between the two. Both stories are filled with emotions; both stories deliver so much in a very short time period; both have great characters; both have wonderful romances (in fact, I think I came to favour Cherry’s tale in the end); both pulled me completely into the lives of the characters. Honestly, this story was a thing of beauty – I cannot believe I was unsure simply because it wasn’t following the character from the first story. It was so nice to read things from a different perspective; it was such a nice change of view.
If you’ve yet to read the first volume, I certainly suggest you go ahead and do so. This tale is promising to be something extremely sweet, and I cannot wait to see how everything comes together. Whilst the next volume promises more of Eve’s story, I’m hopeful we get another volume from Cherry’s perspective, as I’m excited to experience more from her perspective. Or maybe we can experience things from the point of view of the two amazing males? I think that would be pretty awesome, but I’m open to anything so long as I get to see what happens next.
Overall, a wonderful read. Without a doubt, it’s worth grabbing if you love sweet speedy romance reads.
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.
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.
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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Cherry is missing Eve , who's gone to look after and try and help her alcoholic mother.Read more
I'll be honest when part 1 ended and said part 2 was Cherry's story I was a little gutted as I was loving Eve and Cam.Read more
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