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: August 21st 2018
Series: Fluke my Life #3
Published by Montlake Romance
“Sometimes all you need to make yourself feel better is a dose of Aurora Rose Reynolds”
~ Under the Covers
Libby Reed has been crushing on Antonio Moretti for years. She refuses to continue. He’s made it very clear that he doesn’t like her, but she can’t help lusting over him. However, it’s hard to keep a lid on her feelings when she’s having to work in close proximity with him in his family’s restaurant. Especially when he starts acting strangely…nice. Antonio doesn’t like women like Libby. No matter how much he fantasises about her, he knows they just want one thing; money. However, as they work together closely in the restaurant he realises he’s made a massive misjudgement and the woman who he thought was nothing that he ever wanted, is exactly the woman he’s always needed.
Sometimes all you need to make yourself feel better is a dose of Aurora Rose Reynolds. Put down the painkillers and pick up one of her romances. Tossed into Love was exactly what I needed after having a Very Bad Day (yes it deserves capitalisation) it was a feel-good read that soothed my bad mood and was a much needed pick me up.
What is it that soothed me so much about this book? As someone who has read a lot of Aurora Rose Reynolds I knew exactly what to expect; an alpha hero who never quite crosses the line into alpha A-hole and a feisty heroine. And, that is exactly what I got. The romance between them, although predictable it didn’t make it any less enjoyable.
This was a fun read and I look forward to seeing if Reynolds brings out more as part of this series now all the Reed sisters are shacked up. I certainly hope so, there’a few stray characters that deserve a HEA! If you are after a quick read that’s choc full of sweet and sexy than look no further!
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