search of: room to rent.
ignore the patheticness of a forty-year-old roommate.
dirt cheap as funds are tight (nonexistent).
nothing sadder than moving back to my hometown newly divorced, homeless, and
lost for what my next move is.
my little brother’s best friend offers me a place to stay in exchange for
menial duties, I swallow my pride and jump at the offer.
also need Beau to wear a shirt. And ditch the gray sweatpants. And not leave
his door ajar when he’s in compromising positions …
search of: roommate.
be non smoker and non douchebag.
payment to be made in meal planning, repairs, and dumb jokes.
my career took off, I barely have time to breathe, let alone keep my life in
order. I’m naturally chaotic, make terrible decisions, and scare off potential
dates with my “weirdness”.
when Payne gets back into town and needs somewhere to stay, I offer him my
spare room with one condition: while he’s staying with me, I need him to help
me become date-able.
I was fortunate enough to get to read the ARC for the book and I finally can scream HOW MUCH I LOVED THIS BOOK!
It’s my first time reading her solo books (without Eden Finley) and I really enjoyed every second of it.
Payne and Baeu were the perfect couple!
To write about characters in their 30s and even 40s it’s not something you can often find.
But Saxon did it so good! Their love felt mature and somehow very young! It was amazing.
I loved the fact that Saxon changed the game with the brother’s best friend trope.
I love that this entire story is full with optimism and understanding.
I loved Beau so freaking much!
It was both heart breaking and so sweet and emotional to read his POV.
I admire Payne. He had strength and he was so very fair and honest. His heart is huge and together with Beau they were magical!
Their chemistry was so powerful and beautiful.
It was light hearted yet deep and emotional it’s so hard to explain!
I loved it. I can’t wait for the next book in the series!