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    Great

    Great read really enjoyed the story.
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    Could use more

    Good book. I felt like it was abit too short. There wasn't a whole lot of drama mid book. I thought it could have more depth. But otherwise I enjoyed the quick read.
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    Down on Me by J. Kenner is a fun novel...

    Down on Me by J. Kenner is the first book in the A Man of the Month series. Reece Walker and Jenna Montgomery, along with their friend Brent, have been friends since they were kids, they have each other's backs no matter what, and everything is very platonic between them. That is until one night changes everything between Reece and Jenna. Though nothing completely untoward happened, each's feelings changed towards the other, but sadly neither knows about the other's change of heart. Reece and Jenna's internal battles to not let themselves feel what they are feeling, or let anyone know about it are set in a back drop of the bar where Reece works, owned by a close personal friend, is under the cloud of foreclosure within a year. When Reece and Brent buy into the bar to help cut into the amount owed, they know they need to bring Jenna and her marketing expertise in to help. It is only a matter of time until one of them can't take it anymore and let's their feelings out of the bag. As a friends-to-lovers novel, I felt that Ms. Kenner did a good job showcasing both the historical and current friendship between the characters and what it means to them as well as the internal struggle about changing that balance. Both Jenna and Reece also have other issues which stem from how they grew up, and since they have been friends so long they know each other's issues and it also effects how they deal with their romantic relationship with each other. This is both realistic and complicated. Both Reece and Jenna are characters who you get to know and want to throttle for taking so long to get out of their own way's in order to be together. Overall, Down on Me by J. Kenner was a fun novel with complex characters and a good beginning to a series with a great cast of characters to draw on for the future books. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)
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    Good

    The story is short and easy to read. The characters are interesting and fun. Looking forward to reading more.
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    Friends to lovers

    Down on me is the first book in the Man of the month series. I enjoyed reading about these two characters Reece and Jenna. Its a well written story. It has a good storyline. This story kept my interest throughout the story. I look forward to reading rest of the series. I read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are of my. Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for letting me read this story.
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