I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Rachel Higginson
Released: June 26 2018
Series: Opposites Attract #3
“I had a smile on my face the whole time.”
~ Under the Covers
You know what’s amazing? When an author creates a story and characters that you enjoy so much that you can enjoy a trope you normally wouldn’t. No, no, no… I’m not talking about enemies to lovers because I gobble that stuff up. I’m talking about slow burn romance. It’s not a trope I seek out and it’s definitely one that can get on my nerves. But this whole series does it so well I don’t even notice until the end that it was.
In THE PROBLEM WITH HIM we finally get the story of newly executive chef Wyatt and his sous chef Kaya. I was dying to read this and I’m so happy it delivered what I wanted. Wyatt was sweet and sexy. He managed to soften those sharp edges around Kaya so well. I couldn’t get enough of them. Whether they were bickering in the kitchen or Wyatt was finally pushing his way into Kaya’s life. I had a smile on my face the whole time.
We get plenty of Kaya’s backstory in this book and I liked getting to know her better. But at the same time I wanted to see more of Wyatt’s backstory. We get some but I was greedy for more. I think the only thing that’s missing for me in this was getting some of Wyatt’s POV to satisfy me.
I am anxiously awaiting whatever Rachel Higginson’s puts out next. I always enjoy my time spent reading her stories.
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