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This one was so much fun, and with the holiday theme and all the Star Wars references, it was perfectly timed. Now I just need to dig up a bootlegged copy of the Star Wars Christmas special.
A great read.
Sometimes an alternate POV is a fun, helpful way for you to see a story from a different perspective. In this book, it was absolutely necessary. It wasn't until I could get into Brady's head that I started understanding everything. For the first 2 nights, I wasn't even sure I could trust Brady. Laura kept seeing something in his eyes and for all I knew he had a secret girlfriend or he had really, really uninterested in Laura. Once you can get into his head you can get behind this relationship.
This book had a LOT of the classic, if they just talked a little more, just a tiny bit more, they could see eye to eye and start to talk about a possible future. Brady's vulnerable and afraid to let Laura too far in and Laura doesn't know how to settle down, but if they can figure it out, they can truly start something great.
Overall this was a fun, kinda quick read, once you get into it. Also, Brady can wear that Santa hat all year long cause somehow he manages to make it sound like the hottest thing ever.
There's a TON, and I mean a TON, of Star Wars references, and while I didn't understand half of them, I didn't necessarily mind them either.
Brady is amazing; he's supportive, sensitive and all the things a great guy should be. I never considered Santa hats to be sexy until I read this story. Laura, for me, was not as likeable. She had so many issues besides her obvious distress of her mom's passing.
Brady agrees to Laura's suggestion, but can friends-turned-lovers go back to being just friends after Hanukkah is over?
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Laura and Brady have known each other for many years, and are as close as two friends can possibly be. After her mother's death, Laura returns to her home town to drown her sorrows. She turns to Brady to make her forget and he is all too willing to assist because he has hidden the fact that he wants Laura from her since they were fifteen.
The first scene kind of bothered me; I felt like there was no lead up. (Spoiler alert) Laura gets off the plane, immediately goes to the bar where Brady is working. She tells him to make her forget and his solution is to get intimate with her. The last time they were intimate was like 8 years ago and he just drops to his knees in front of her (literally)?
I was convinced I wouldn't like the story after reading that chapter, but thankfully as the books progressed we were able to learn more about their friendship and I began to feel that these two did care about each other.
The book was incredibly short (my kindle said it would take less than 3 hours to read) which made it difficult to really get into the story.
** ARC received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review **
Laura's a wanderer and never stays in the same place for too long. Brady's been a constant in her life, someone to rely on, and now more than ever she wants to lean on him. Brady's been in love with Laura for what could be viewed as far too long. Brady's caring, smart, fun, and sweet. He is good for Laura and openly accepts her where her own family makes her uncomfortable.
The story wasn't hard to enjoy but it lacked that extra mile feeling where you love it. I liked the read but definitely didn't become so invested that I couldn't put it down which is why is only received 3 stars from me.
There are so many emotions in this book--it is wonderfully angsty in the best sense of the word. This is the first book I've read by Eliza Madison but it definitely won't be the last.
Laura, the aforementioned heroine, is a free-spirit who has been traveling the world for years. She returns to Milwaukee after her mother's death to deal with her inheritance, a gift shop left to her by her mother. Brady her friend and one-time flirtation is there and they decide to give in to their mutual attraction, spending the eight nights of her visit together enjoying their friendship now with bonus sexy-times.
This is Book 4 in Eliza Madison's Men at Work series. I haven't read any of the earlier books but had no problem following the story in this one. There are multiple Star Wars references, however, and your enjoyment of the book will definitely be enhanced by a pop-culture level of knowledge about the movies