This book was able to pull me out of a stressed-out funk and had me rolling on the floor laughing.
I loved the characters.
I loved the story.
I’m grateful to have had the chance to read something that made me feel this good.
London’s independence is fantastic. When Luke wants to dive south she refuses.
“I can’t give my heart away all at once. I want to. But I can’t.”
The romantic aspects of the story are just as sensational as the humorous ones. Even Luke, the player, can grow up and find a way to prove his love. The difference between the steamy scenes at the beginning of the book and near the end are both great. There’s a taste for hot and fun as compared to sultry and loving.
Grams is the best side character ever. She embraces the quick-witted elderly person that is inappropriate and embarrassing. She has no qualms about comparing asparagus to a penis at the dinner table.
And hey, it’s educational, too. Did you know that
“Vagina roughly translates to sword holder in Latin.”
This may be my favorite in the series.
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