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Welcome back everyone, after an enthralling read last week it was good to come back down to a contemporary romance.
The prologue for this book really sets the scene for the whole #Jerk title of the book. Any guy that thought or spoke about me that way, I would’ve done everything possible to bring them down a peg or five. The title made total sense to me as soon as I read the prologue.
Once I’d started the book, this feeling was completely ingrained as it was discovered how nice and normal Presley is. Yes, she ended her engagement. But only because she wanted passion, fire and excitement in her relationship. Not just comfortable habits.
What she does after her breakup is pretty typical of many women. That she got to experiment sexually and have fun is exactly what anyone should do after coming out of a long-term relationship. Sure, it had an unexpected result. But that’s where the story gets interesting.
It was kind of predictable, in terms of the long-term eventualities. But you expect that with a romance. The story along the way was interesting with unexpected twists and turns. Which is exactly what you want from a romance.
The drama, the uncertainty, the chopping and changing or what’s going to happen. While slowly working towards the typical happily ever after that romances are known for.
Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed this review, next week I will be reviewing The Lords Inconvenient Vow by Lara Temple.