Overall, I loved this book, I would recommend it to anyone, but I also had issues with it. Hence the middle-of-the-road rating despite my love for the characters. – Smut Matters
Bottom line – if you’re looking for something Halloweeny, this is a good bet, as long as you’re not expecting to be genuinely scared. -Smut Matters
Bottom line – this book was well-written, but the cartoonish portrayal of Stephanie wasn’t great, and the drama was over-the-top.
I love the friends-to-lovers tripe, I don’t love the I’ll-teach-you-to-get-the-other-guy trope. So I wasn’t sure what which opinion would win out, but I had to read this book. – Smut Matters
This book is exactly what I wanted. It was light on the angst, heavy on the sexy, and I genuinely liked every single character, up to and including Cooper’s duck-watching, meditating agent. – Smut Matters
I don’t have anything else to say. I’m sorry. I’m pissed off. I’m heartbroken. And I’m really, really sick of having to be.
And, as usual, Avery Flynn did not disappoint. She’s such a fun writer – her sex scenes are hot, her characters are funny, and there’s drama without angst. – Smut Matters