- File Size: 3259 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Publisher: Emily Snow Books (April 14, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 14, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01E9RW2BO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,170 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lust Thy Neighbor: A Standalone Neighbor Romance Kindle Edition
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Violet has sworn off relationships after her ex broke her heart and ruined her trust in men, but when Declan and his brother Jacob move in next door, she can't help but watch and swoon over the new neighbor. Their first encounters aren't the greatest, and both come off as annoying neighbors, but as time goes on, the chemistry and attraction between them is undeniable.
Declan and Violet both have had pain in their pasts, but together they try to work their way through the feelings they have for one another and where to go from there. At times I really, really loved this story, but there were other times that I felt it drug on more than it should have. Both of them keep going back to things that happened in the past, instead of learning from it, and letting it go, which I think was the downfall of them before they even truly began.
Communication between these two was also not the greatest, and their "sneakiness" in trying to hide what was going on from Jacob was crazy. He's a smart boy, he's a teenager, he knows what is going on, and at times I felt as if he was the most mature of the three of them. My heart did break for Jacob's character time and time again in this story, but I loved where he ended up at the end of this book.
This book was a good read, and I really did enjoy how it ended, but I felt at times it drug on too much on the boring parts and went too fast during the good parts. Violet and Declan's story is a really great one, and perfect for someone wanting a quick light read!
Violet and Declan. They find themselves as next-door neighbors to each other and almost immediately, despite the temporary rage she feels at being woken up at 7am on a weekend day, the chemistry is most definitely there. They tread lightly due to the fact that his younger brother, whom he has full custody, is one of her students. But as some time passes, there is no denying that Violet and Declan are clearly smitten with each other.
What I loved most was that this is just as it is portrayed: a love story with the some ups and downs and two people simply wanting to figure out how to do it right! Sure there are some misunderstandings, some hurt along the way but you can just feel the love between these two and there was no way they wouldn't end up together.
The secondary characters truly add the right amount of both levity and struggle with Jacob as the moody teenager, Alice as Violet's very 'free' mother and most importantly Beckett, Violet's bestie who tells her like it is each and every time. Much to her chagrin I might add. But the love is there for all of these important people in Declan and Violet's life and all together, a wonderful story has been written.
I encourage you to give this one a go when you're in a slump and you just need a fun-loving read, one that is sure to put a smile on your face.
A solid 4 stars!!
Emily Snow is back and she has been missed!!!! Lust thy Neighbor is her first release of the year and it brought tears to my eyes.. This is nothing like her other books - every day people with everyday problems- who capture your heart..
Declan is hot sexy with just the right amount of baggage.
Great job Emily... Can't wait for your next release.