Overall, I have to say – go read this book. Deal with Caleb’s shit for the first few chapters, but stick around for the chemistry between these two and the for Ava’s journey to realize that she’s not satisfied being anyone’s toy anymore.
There wasn’t a lot of drama or hijinks, it was simply a lovely way to catch up with a couple that (most of us) read and enjoyed the first time around.
I enjoyed this, I liked the Little Mermaid references, though at times they seemed shoehorned in, but overall I’d recommend this one. -Smut Matters
This book should be able to stand on its own, and it didn’t. -Smut Matters
I loved Felicity Faircloth! -Smut Matters
This was one of those books where the conflict, in this case, the fact that it’s not permitted for partners to be romantically involved, seems to have a pretty clear resolution, so it’s frustrating when the characters don’t see it. -Smut Matters
This was one of the rare stories I thought worked as a novella instead of a novel. Neve and Tor had the kind of fun enemies-to-lovers relationship that’s so much fun to watch. -Smut Matters
This book was one of my favorites by Stefanie London. It had so many of my favorite parts of a romance. -Smut Matters
It hurts me to rate a Lauren Dane title so low. She has some of my absolute favorite romances from the last few years. But this one just didn’t work for me. -Smut Matters
On the surface; this should have been a perfect read for me. Second chance romance, small town, hero who comes back to his hometown temporarily but ended up staying. Unfortunately the book fell a little flat for me. -Smut Matters