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by Sarah Morgan
Released: May 30th 2017
Series: From Manhattan with Love #4
Published by Harlequin Books
“Turns out this might be my least favorite book by her I’ve read so far.Turns out this might be my least favorite book by her I’ve read so far.”
~ Under the Covers
Molly is a relationship advice blogger, columnist and author. She does that under a pen name because of a scandal in her past that pushed her to move from the UK to New York. She never wants the two identities to meet and not only that, she feels ass if she isn’t capable of loving someone. This is why she only advises about relationships but she’s never wanted to have one.
Daniel is pretty much the male version of that without the identity crisis. His parents did a number on him when he was younger and he’s now made it his mission to be a great divorce lawyer, because not everyone should stay married as he saw first hand. Relationships are definitely not his thing either.
The way they meet is super cute, and I loved the interactions of each with their dogs! There were a lot of things about this story that were cute and pulling me in, but at the same time I found myself losing interest quite a bit in their relationship. I had a hard time believing Molly and her issues because in the end they didn’t feel as monumental to me as she was feeling they were.
When I started this book, I thought it had all the markings for a cute, fun story like I usually expect from Ms. Morgan. Along the way, I lost some of my steam though. Turns out this might be my least favorite book by her I’ve read so far. Not to say it was bad, it was just a bit forgettable. I’m still very excited for the next in the series, which I hope will be a great beach read!
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