Series: Fluke My Life #3
on August 21, 2018
Can the best of enemies become the hottest of lovers? New York Times bestselling author Aurora Rose Reynolds proves that opposites can be compatible—and twice as combustible…
Libby Reed is over it. Or that’s what she tells herself. She’s lusted after one of New York’s bravest for years, but firefighter Antonio Moretti has doused her interest for the last time. As much as she wants the arrogant jerk (in a bad, bad way), they can’t even be in the same room without setting each other off…which might be a problem now that she’s volunteered to help out in his family’s restaurant.
Antonio’s been burned before. Now he knows better than to trust a pretty face and follow another pair of long, beautiful legs into heartbreak. But while Libby might rub him the wrong way, he can’t deny the heat between them. And it only burns hotter when she steps up in his time of need. The closer they get, the more he realizes he may have misjudged her. Then again, he doesn’t know the secret Libby’s keeping that could send their relationship up in flames before it’s even begun.
One thing is for sure, Aurora Rose Reynolds is my go to author for perfect pink fairytales. 💕
” You’re a girl who likes the color pink, heels, makeup, and designer clothes. A girl who wants to fall in love with your very own Prince Charming. You’re the definition of a princess.”
And she is a Princess. She’s one of the sweetest heroines ever. She’s kind, beautiful, cute, hard working, considerate and total selfless. He’s a jerk firefighter, uber alpha, who had his heart broken by his ex. He’s also an ass for making assumptions about Libby. But he can also be very sweet and protective.
This is one of the rare occasions when I love the heroine so much more than the hero.
Antonio’s parents own a pizzeria and he’s father just had a heart attack. Loving Libby steps in to help with the shop. The plot thickens when our MCs start working together side by side and especially when Antonio hears that Libby is going on a date with some guy.
The storyline is simple, but ARR has a way of pulling you in, making you feel “part of the family”. Even though it isn’t a exciting or thrilling book, I couldn’t put it down, so I went to sleep at 5am. That’s how much I loved it. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, a fairy tale, pick this one.
“ARC provided through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.”