Recommended By Marissa

Recommended By Marissa

This book had some of the best bickering foreplay that I’ve read in awhile. I loved Ava and Gabriel together, they had nicknames for each other just to egg the other to fight. They were funny together and in their interactions with side characters. And don’t get me started on the scenes with the pygmy goat. There was some drama that I did not see coming, but it got fixed pretty quickly, and it was all written realistically ( I was mad on their behalf.) Once Ava and Gabriel gave in to their living situation tension, it was fireworks all over the penthouse. It was fun watching Gabe fall in love and trying to justify why they should get together.

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It wasn’t supposed to be like this. I wasn’t supposed to be boyfriendless, homeless, and jobless at twenty-eight. And I most definitely wasn’t supposed to hit Hollywood’s resident bad boy Gabriel Evans with my car and break his foot.

Now, my guilt and homelessness have me living in his apartment, taking care of him, while he’s incapacitated.

Living with the hottest guy in Hollywood, who I’ve had a crush on forever, doesn’t sound like a chore, right?

Wrong.

Gabriel Evans is a crude, rude asshole who drinks way too much and smokes like a chimney.

The sooner I get a new place to live and when Gabriel’s foot is healed, I’m out of here.

So, why do I keep forgetting to check the classifieds? And why do I keep getting flustered when I see him shirtless?

Breaking Hollywood wasn’t part of the plan. But neither is falling in love with him.

ASIN: B0757CSPQX

My first foray into the Romance genre came my freshman year in high school English, where the teacher had us all read books from several different genres. So, my first book boyfriend and PnR introduction, if you will, was Richard Merlin, from The Wizard of Seattle. Prior to that, I’d only read Fantasy or Sci-fi, with a little teen horror thrown in for angst. I was reading The Vampire Diaries decades before it was even a twinkle in the eyes of the producers. Now, I am addicted to PnR, always reading at least one book a week about vamps, wolves, angels, demons, Fae, or overall magic.

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