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by Charlie Cochet
Released: September 1st 2017
Published by Dreamspinner Press
“In this opposites attract story, you’ll find a lot of characteristics of Cochet signature style. I look forward to seeing if a series will come from this.”
~ Under the Covers
Charlie Cochet is always a must-read for me so when I saw this book, I jumped on it. This is a standalone Contemporary, which is something that this author is different from what she is known for, so I was eager to try it.
This book definitely had a different feel to it. The character’s narration isn’t as upbeat or bouncy. Their personalities are a bit different from one another so I had to get used to that. I usually look forward to a lot of cute banter between the two main characters and while we get that from Jax and Matthew, it’s not the focal point of this book.
The romance is pleasant between the two. There’s a touch of seriousness surrounding this entire book. I would say a little bit of angst as well, but it isn’t too deep where you feel like you are drowning.
In this opposites attract story, you’ll find a lot of characteristics of Cochet signature style. I look forward to seeing if a series will come from this.
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