on June 10, 2019
Everything she was waiting for moved in right next door…
A single mom by day and ER nurse by night, Emma kissed her wild past goodbye to focus on raising her two young daughters. Nobody with kids has the time to be chasing orgasms. Juggling work and laundry is tricky, but she’s keeping it together—mostly.
Single dad Will Taylor hauled his collection of concert T-shirts and carpentry tools to New Bedford expecting to build a new life with his young son. A fresh start with great schools, good friends…and the hottest mom he’s ever seen, living a scant ten yards from his front door.
From the very first time they touch, Emma and Will’s connection is electric. Soon stolen kisses and dirty texting aren’t enough—they need adults-only alone time. And lots of it.
This book is approximately 22,000 words
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4 Love Thy Neighbor Stars ⭐️
Life is not easy for single mother of two Emma. As a nurse that works night shift she is unimpressed when she is awakened by her hunky, ginger bearded neighbor doing home repairs first thing in the morning.
Their first meeting isn’t exactly the most welcoming. In fact, Emma is just prickly borderline unlikable, but Will sees something more in her.
Emma is reluctant to engage. Past hurts have made her cautious and closed off.
Fortunately, Will could recognize her struggle and was happy pushing her buttons and getting her to lower her defenses.
“And this…..this persistent, chemical reaction I seemed to have to Will didn’t have to mean anything. It could be stress relief. Friends with Benefits.”
Right Next Door was an interesting read and not what I expected, in a good way.
Firstly, this book was deliciously dirty so my pervy little heart was extremely satisfied.
But this story was so much more. What I first believed was a story about a woman with trust issues; was Emma’s journey overcoming personal fear to embrace intimacy again with the right man by her side.
For a short little read, it packed a punch.
“This is the thing about great sex. It doesn’t go smoothly. It’s not perfectly lit. Sometimes there are horrific noises that you-hopefully-laugh about.”
‘Arc’ provided by Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion.