- File Size: 1000 KB
- Print Length: 347 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MZC64MY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mischievous, flirty, Max Leokov is tall, dark and verrrry handsome with his dimpled smile, golden eyes and olive complexion. He's gorgeous, funny, intelligent and extremely friendly. He's a shameless flirt and very sweet in a "touchy-feely" kind of way. He loves women but he's no manwhore. Max is the single father to a 12 year old, disabled daughter, whom he adores and devotes his whole being to.
This sweet and sometimes hilarious story of two attractive people, struggling through damage as the result of prior relationships is a slow moving journey with very little drama. It's a cat/mouse chase ending in a HEA, but it's fun and entertaining. Max and Helena become friends and then sex buddies that don't want to get involved...but of course emotions become confused when their buddy system develops into more. Before they realize what's happened, they've become serious...a secret they don't tell the other. The author capably incorporates the fear, responsibility and serious reality of being a parent as well as the pressure and dedication of caring for a disabled child.
This story is told well although the author has an addiction to the verb "utter". Example:
This doesn't happen in the first half of the book...but the second half.. Look out. "Uttered" is used in every paragraph, sometimes more than twice. It quickly became silly. This story is by no means as good as Friend-Zoned (Volume 1) and is probably on an even par with Love Thy Neighbor (Friend-Zoned) (Volume 2)
Watching Helena and Max fall in love is one of the sweetest, most precious love stories I've read in awhile. They go through all of the ups and downs of new love. They are both afraid to take a risk on love but the power and passion of their love is too strong to resist. i really loved how the author realistically portrayed Max"s struggles with his teenage daughter. i have worked with kids with chronic illness and disabilities and its so true that the teen years are particularly challenging. i loved how Helena, who was a PT worked with Ceecee and also understood that she was a priority in Max's life. I love the relationships among their group of friends, they embody the real meaning of family. I hope this isnt the end of the series! I'd love to see a book about Trick and Lola, new friend Felicity and big sister Nina.
I have very much enjoyed this series, and I'm glad the author is writing more in this world of the Leokovs, because I'm ready to immerse myself in it again! I love this family, the banter & the pacing of their stories. Definitely on my favorites & re-read shelves. : )