Friends-to-lovers is one of my favorite tropes, and if this book wasn’t so new, it would’ve been at the top of my friends-to-lovers favorites list that was published not too long ago. It’s also told from the perspective of both the heroine AND the hero, which is another of my favorite things in romance. I feel like the dual perspective gives me insight into the characters in a way that just isn’t possible with single POV books. And as if all that wasn’t awesome enough, this is a single dad romance, which is yet another of my favorite tropes. I swear, it’s almost like the author went down a checklist of everything I love before writing this book to make sure she incorporated everything. Yes, it’s THAT good. I might’ve squeed a time or two. (But don’t let that get around. I have a reputation to uphold.)
Other things I loved:
Long-story-short, I don’t understand why you’re even reading this review. Go 1-click! You won’t regret it.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It’s clean and sober. No rehab needed.
Other reading suggestions
Read everything Melanie Harlow has ever written. Don’t stop until you run out of books. Then come see me.