ARC Review: My Enemy Next Door by Nicole London and Whitney G.

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ARC Review: My Enemy Next Door by Nicole London and Whitney G.
My Enemy Next Door

3 Stars


Book Info

Released: January 11, 2018
 

“…perfect for a quick pick-me-up story…”
~ Under the Covers

There’s always something addictive about reading a Whitney G. book and while I’ve never read Nicole London before, I imagine her writing style matches Whitney’s in that this book felt like a seamlessly fun story that delivered exactly the signature Whitney G feel I was expecting.  I’ll be sure to look out for more from Ms. London as well.

Back to this book.  There were some things about it that I loved.  The chemistry, the humor, the characters, the writing style.  Those things kept me turning the pages and interested in the outcome.

But there were also some things that could’ve been better and one thing in particular that I found immensely frustrating.  See this is a second chance romance, and I was actually pleased to see that the cocky hero in this one has always had a single minded focus that he’ll get to be Courtney’s forever.  Ever since they were in high school.  A crush turned into first and only love.

Some part of the story felt like there was no reason for them being there because there was no follow through on the outcome of them or even talk about them.  Like the thing with Jace’s ex at the beginning or Courtney’s high school BFF.  Then we come to my major complaint…. MISCOMMUNICATION.  Ugghhhhh how I loathe this trope.

So while I wish their story didn’t revolve around this trope, I did really like the characters and their chemistry so I still enjoyed the story.  I think a little longer resolution in the end would’ve probably been good too.

As always, I’ll be coming back for more stories from these authors.  The style is perfect for a quick pick-me-up story and they have a knack for crafting characters you’ll want to lock up in your boyfriend dungeon.

 

 

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About Whitney Gracia Williams

Whitney G. is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author. Her books are currently published in over a dozen languages.

She lives deep in the Tennessee woods and spends most of her time drinking coffee while penning dirty-talking alpha males.

Find out more about her next project at www.whitneygbooks.com

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About Nicole London

I love to travel but i'm scared to death to fly over deep water. So far my favorite places are Seattle, Vegas and California.

My dream is to own my own business (I'm not sure what kind of business, I just want it to be mine) and write books with my best friend (< she's my favorite author and the person that inspires me the most)

I'm in love with Charlie Hunnam, and my husband is completely fine with that 🙂

I'm a daddy's girl

I love to write at Starbucks, but I hate their coffee O_o

I love to read all things romance, especially if it includes an alpha male.

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Elizabeth

Ugh, miscommunication is a major issue for me too

Kathy valentine

Great review Francesca, it sounds like a pretty good read over all. Shared on all my socials!!

Timitra

Well said Francesca, I finished this a little while ago and couldn’t agree more

Bube

This book is on my Kindle, hope will read very soon 🙂
Also,here – not big fan of miscommunication in the romance 😀

Amy R

Thanks for the review.

Amy R

Thanks for the review.

Bube

This book is on my Kindle, hope will read very soon 🙂
Also,here – not big fan of miscommunication in the romance 😀

Timitra

Well said Francesca, I finished this a little while ago and couldn’t agree more

Elizabeth

Ugh, miscommunication is a major issue for me too

Kathy valentine

Great review Francesca, it sounds like a pretty good read over all. Shared on all my socials!!