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Love So Hot (The Lawson Brothers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Sydney and Brody have been friends since high school and both have harbored a crush on each other through the years. They're both adults now and don't want to ruin the friendship. THAT, I get. Brody has been dating (screwing) town hottie Cherry McCoy for an unsaid amount of time all the while warning guys away from Sydney because she belongs to him.
So, Brody has been going about his day to day activities getting to relentlessly bone Cherry while sabotaging Sydney's chance to get any. Even going so far as to set her up with his cousin who treated her like crap and ditched her at a bar out of town leaving her to call a cab to get home. All this due to Brody's insistence that NO MAN lay a finger on her and subsequently treat her like a buddy instead. That's not even what ticked me off and forced me to put the book down!
What ultimately angered me was Cherry, Brody's current cum dumpster. Yes, she's described as the town sweetheart and everybody loves her blah, blah, blah BUT, she's not! At least not to me because a woman who claims to have "known for a while" that Sydney and Brody had feelings for each other, yet has continually slept with him to the point where just a few pages before this revelation she even sauntered up to both of them bragging about how Brody just left her bed? That's a straight up c--nt! Now she's claiming she wants to help Sydney open Brody's eyes to the fact that they belong together? Ugh! Gag me with a rake! PLEASE! I couldn't go any farther. On top of that, getting to graphically go inside Brody's mind during the sexual innuendo "Cherry A La Mode" moment that turned him on while he was longing for Sydney just made me feel icky.
The unfairness of Brody c0(k-blocking Sydney but still getting his rocks off and the whole "Ex f#@% buddy helps new love interest" shtick just DIDN'T do it for me. Very sad. I had been missing Valentine's writing so I jumped back in with this one but now I don't even want to read the other books in the series. I guess I'll stick with my Holland Springs goodness. After all, that's where the real magic is.
DNF @ 33%
This is a short read with really likeable characters and a HEA that is perfect.
NB!! Apologies to the author for making a mistake - as per her comment this book has never been in a bundle before.
Sydney McKnight is a bank teller in love with her best friend, Brody Lawson. That's how it should be but for this couple it spells out doom. By doom I mean Brody absolutely returns her feelings but instead of being the hero he always wanted to be, he chooses to fail himself. His dream to be a fireman was easy to obtain but allowing himself to be with the woman he loves was not. It was such a romantic thought but where it failed me was the fact that the morning we get to the couple show us their connection its interrupted by Brody's girlfriend/lover.
If you prefer the traditional approach to romance you may feel as I did. For starters it's not that I expect my hero (H) to come into the story a monk but I also don't want him sitting at the diner counter with my heroin (h) alongside this other woman discussing how he fled her bed early. Nor do I want this said girlfriend giving the h advice on how to seduce the H "Wear a simple sundress and nothing underneath, it worked when I did it." It held a gross and creepy feel for me.Cherry (seriously) is the girlfriend I refer to and apparently her parents were hungry when naming all the girls. Cherry, Lemon and Apple.And the fact that Brody seemed to put Cherry first implied his heart lied elsewhere. I believe Brody would have continued his intimate relationship with Cherry had she not ended it and as a woman I want a H who fights for his h and knows what he wants. A younger take might be more open to such notions and maybe that's who the book is geared for but for those who see as I do it may strike up the same concerns. It was capable of making me want to read to the end and was also found on the freebie list. It is a complete story as well which I appreciated. Enjoy!