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The Attraction of Adeline (Off-the-Wall-Proposal Book 2) Kindle Edition
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4 Stars: "What I thought was going to be just a light romantic comedy turned out to be that and so much more. This one has a deeper, more intricate back story that kept me reading to try and find out what was going on with Adeline...If you like a book that combines humor with sexiness and deep emotions, you should give this one a read. I am glad that I did!" - Heather P., Netgalley Review
5 Stars: "Craziness, sadness, and outright hilarity ensue between these two and make this an absolute gem of a book for me. I would definitely pick up another novel written by Lisa Wells in a heartbeat." - C. J. Butcher
5 Stars: "I absolutely loved this book. Adeline was such a hilarious woman...Jack made their arrangement so much sweeter and so very sexy." - Lori, Goodreads.com Review
5 Stars: "One of the most humorously entertaining stories I've read.Filled with sass, attitude, love and lots of romance, you can't help but fall a bit in love with Jack and Adeline yourself." - Becky B., Goodreads.com review --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B06XRCYH71
- Publisher : Entangled: Lovestruck (April 10, 2017)
- Publication date : April 10, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1146 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 252 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1544692366
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #750,737 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I know this is a standalone, but Adeline’s best friend and Jack’s sister, Kinley, has her own book. I haven’t read it, so I felt a bit lost at the start of the book. But soon I got into things and was all good.
It was interesting to see their backstories and why they’re weary of being in romantic relationships, and their differences in personality. Jack is more open than Adeline and is the type of guy you’d fall in love with. He’s sweet, thoughtful, and a little swoon-worthy! I love how he is with his dog, Dexter! I’m not too sure about the fedora though. lol.
Adeline is outspoken but closed off. She retreats at emotional encounters because of what she’s experienced as a child, moving from one foster home to another. She also tends to speak without a filter, which sometimes makes her either funny or borderline rude.
Overall it was an okay read. I would have wanted more interaction for Jack and Adeline. It’s like they jumped into the fake engagement pool and immediately sunk in deep. I feel like we weren’t able to see much how they started from mere attraction to attraction with feelings. And I have to be honest. There were times when Adeline annoyed me. Other than that, I still enjoyed the story.
The Attraction of Adeline is the second standalone book in the Off-the-Wall Proposal series told in Adeline and Jack’s POVs. It has its share of sweet, sad, steamy, and funny moments, with a slobbering giant dog, cupcakes and pastries, and stripper poles. If you love the fake relationship trope and a quick light read, you might enjoy The Attraction of Adeline.
I really enjoy reading books that follow a fake relationship because for the most part they all end the same. But the journey to get to the end is different for each author that writes their take on the theme. It's always interesting to see who will want more first, who will say they want more first, and who will fall for the other first. In this book, the chemistry between the two is described so well that I felt like I could see it on the pages. I also liked that the book didn't completely focus on the romance between the two characters. They both have their reasons for wanting to be in this fake engagement, and the author showcases both of their personal struggles well. My heart hurt for the pain Adeline had to overcome with her foster mom's health battle. Neither Jack or Adeline's characters were quite what you expected, and even though there was plenty of humor and lightheartedness to the book, there were plenty of serious moments that will tug at your heart strings. I thought the pacing of the book was good and I couldn't put it down. I wish there was more to read!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.