I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Released: January 30th 2018
Series: Fluke My Life #2
“…straightforward modern day fairy tale of a romance…”
~ Under the Covers
When Mac ends up going home with Wesley after being stood up for a date, she never imagined that she would see her first ever one night stand ever again. However, Wesley has other ideas, he can’t get Mac out of his mind and he’s determined to make her his.
Sometimes you just want a nice, straightforward modern day fairy tale of a romance and that’s exactly what Aurora Rose Reynolds has given us with Stumbling into Love the second book in her Fluke my Life series. It was a fast read, sped along with the insta-connection between Wesley and Mac.
Reynolds is great at writing possessive alpha heroes and this is exactly what we get with Wesley. He falls for Mac and isn’t shy about showing her and pursuing her. Mac is a little skittish after a recent bad experience that has knocked her confidence, but Wesley perseveres. It was adorable and the chemistry between them was palpable.
This was a great quick read, funny, sexy and sweet, perfect for some easy reading.
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