Pages: 384 pages
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Intro: I drafted this review while Rambo was taking his prevening and pre “Can I please go on a walk? No, I won’t chase any squirrels up a tree” beg that I can’t say no to.
Megan Frampton is a new to me author and I am so thankful for that because I haven’t read in new author in a while. And I loved this book so much. So yay another author to fangirl.
Heroine: Lily-She was awesome. She had a bit of a rough go of it but never let it get her down. It gave her a strength to her character. She was smart, independent and quite feisty. I loved her.
Hero: Marcus-Marcus sort of reminded me of a college kid who keeps up his frat boy lifestyle long after it’s appropriate. Not that I didn’t like him. I did. But he was the type of hero who clings to his rakish ways even when he probably shouldn’t. I actually find this characteristic quite refreshing. I am used to rakes who brood. It’s nice to see a more easygoing rake.
Chemistry-I loved just about everything about them together. They had such amazing chemistry. Their banter was one of the highlights of the book. They just seemed so comfortable with each other and that just made me love them even more.
Conclusion: I loved this book. The banter is really what got me. I love any author who can write great dialogue and Megan Frampton definitely can. I will be following this series in a fangirl way.
Megan Frampton writes historical romance under her own name and romantic women’s fiction as Megan Caldwell. She likes the color black, gin, dark-haired British men, and huge earrings, not in that order. She lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband and son.