“This. This was the last time I’d been truly happy. My year abroad. It hit me then that I no longer knew the young woman who had fallen in love with Colin and Jean Claude and Marcelino. I couldn’t even remember what it felt like to be topsy-turvy, dizzy from a smile, ass-over-tea-kettle crushing on someone.”
I picked this book up on a whim. I hadn’t heard anything about it, I’ve never read anything from this author before, and it was a new release. So I just went for it!
It turned out ok 🤷♀️. It was a mostly enjoyable read, but definitely not something that I am going to remember long term or anything that had any real impact on me. A lot of it was grating and annoying, and you had to REALLY suspend your disbelief a lot of the time. A very plain 2.5 stars.
“Don’t bother unpacking the rest,” she said, tearing the lease in half. “I’m kicking you out now.”
She was almost as strong willed and stubborn as he was. But he had much better taste in furniture.
He snorted a laugh. “I’d like to see you try.”
“I’m sure you would,” she snapped. “It’s probably the only way you can get a woman near you with that giant ego in the way.”
“I’m hardly lacking for female companionship.”
Layla rolled her eyes in an overly dramatic fashion. “I’m not interested in hearing about your visits to the nail bar. I just want you gone.”
“It’s not going to happen, sweetheart. I have the document in digital form, and the law on my side.”
Number one, I love this cover. It’s gorgeous. (Although…the blank face cartoon trend is not my favorite. Poor Layla looks terrible there 😅). Number two, this was really freaking cute. Four stars, yes let’s give it up for well written rom-coms!!!