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4 stars — OK, this was a totally adorable conclusion to the Man Hands series. Which, don’t get me wrong…you don’t need to read the previous two books to enjoy this one at all. But given the glimpses of Brynn & Tom and Ash & Braht that we got, I have no doubt newbies will want to go read them as well.
I seriously loved so much about this story, I was completely sucked in and it made me excited to be reading again! But I will admit there were moments where I felt like something was missing. Like, occasionally it felt a bit slower, and even repetitive at times (though that might just be in the ARC, could be fixed in the final copy).
Both Sadie and Liam were characters that I mostly loved and adored, but with a few annoyances or reservations.
For example, while I understood Sadie’s reservations on the age difference, I was also annoyed with how long it took her to let that go…not to mention to realize that Liam was nothing like her ex, Decker. It occasionally made me feel like Liam could do better, you know? I think I just only understood her insecurities up to a point. Perhaps I needed a flashback to an actual scene with Decker in the past so I could better feel how much he truly damaged her. Now saying all that, I really did appreciate Sadie’s struggles in this book: with her own insecurity, with accepting that her girls would have to go to daycare, with missing out on parts of their lives, with dealing with her prick of an ex and the realizations she came to about her first marriage (even if it took a while). I appreciated that we got to really feel the struggle of a smart, successful woman juggling her career with being a mom. I rooted for her, I just also lost patience with her.
And then there was Liam. Liam was a total sweetie, and I loved who he was now and all the things he was passionate about. On the con side of things, I got strangely tired of the 14 year old Liam references (but that could have been just me…sometimes my humour just doesn’t connect). It just felt…not quite like him. Or maybe it didn’t fit the rest of the picture *I* drew in my head of Liam, if that makes any sense. But on the pro side, as I said, I absolutely ADORED his passion for childhood development, how smart he was, and how much he truly loved and cared about children. He was so good with them, and I loved that his f’d up childhood led to something so wonderful. He was just so comfortable in himself and so it made him really easy to love.
I LOVED the chemistry between Sadie and Liam, their first kiss was OMGOMGOMG…but I was also surprised by how many times the steamy scenes were cut short. It just struck me as odd. There’s nothing wrong with it, I just noticed it is all. It’s probably because I was greedy and wanted more.
As I said, I loved the glimpses of Brynn/Tom and Ash/Braht, and particularly being reminded of how much I LOVED the women’s friendship. They were hilarious together, and I loved seeing such strong friendships.
As I’ve often mentioned in my reviews, I’m not usually a kid person, but Kate and Amy were pretty adorable and definitely added to the story. Occasionally it felt like the twins were older than their <3 years old…but I also don’t have children, just a 3 year old niece to base that off of. So I’m chalking that up to my own inexperience.
So that’s my strangely up and down review. As always, my 4 star rating speaks for itself — these two authors know how to give good romance, great characters with depth, and a heaping helping of giggles to go with it.
Sadie is a single mom with twin toddlers... after her recent divorce she's super busy putting her life back together and doing her best to balance everything... I loved her in previous books, because she always gave the best advice :) she struggles with some self esteem issues and just feeling good about herself in general... so imagine her surprise when on the first day in daycare she's sending her daughters to, she runs into Liam... she babysat him one summer when he was 14 and she was 20... now he's all grown up... and oh how well it suits him ;) *sighs dreamily* :) he had the biggerst crush on her, so when he hears she's single again, he decides to make his dreams come true and make his move... :) I don't want to say too much about how this whole situation progress but definitely don't be deceived be the title... Liam is sooooo much more than just the titular *boy toy* ;) ok, now that we have the few basics out of the way, let me jump into all the reasons why I loved it and why you need to read it immediately :)
This is definitely my favourite installment in this series... don't get me wrong, all of them are great, but this one... *sighs happily* was something else ;) Liam is the absolute best... he's sweet, hilarious and hot as sin... what's even more hot, is the way he treats Sadie :) he respects and supports her... and seduces her slowly but surely... ;) let's just say that I would cave much, much sooner... ;) not only the main couple is fantastic, but like I already mentioned, we have appearances of the previous ones as well here :) and I loved to see them and check what is happening in their lives :) the writing style is phenomenal... I am still amazed how this duo of authors work together, because you can't tell that this story was written by two different people... it flows effortlessly... it's hilarious and sweet and sexy :) but there's a reason why I used the word hilarious as my first adjective... ;) let's just say that once I started reading it I snort-laughed at least three times within the first two chapters... and then many more times later on :) I hope that Sarina and Tanya will work together in the future to give us some other wonderful books :) I highly recommend you guys to pick this gem immediately... it will bring the biggest smile to your faces :) it's not super long, and because of the amazing writing style it reads super fast... I kept reading chapter after chapter, because I simply had to know what's gonna happen next... so be prepared for the fact that you won't want to put this book down ;) happy reading ;)
Sadie is a divorced, single mom of twin girls. With a dead beat ex, she’s forced to resort to daycare. Having a nanny just hasn’t worked out. Little does she know, this change for her girls is going to change everything.
Liam is temporarily working at a daycare while trying to finish up his graduate degree. And then in walks Sadie with her adorable girls.
These two both are attracted to one another. Liam wants to live out his fourteen year old boy fantasy’s with Sadie. And this timd he’s making his move.
Liam’s outgoing personality and ability to just make the best of every situation, made him endearing. His love for kids and the natural way he just jumps in and plays a dad role is enough to make ovaries explode.
Watching the awkward boy, who grew into a sexy man, get the girl was FANTASTIC! This story was sweet, funny and I loved it! Enjoy!