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  • Easter Cookie is a funny contemporary romance.

    Easter Cookie by Liz Gavin is a the hilariously funny first book in the A Year of Love Series. This book is about two childhood school friends Stephen Clark and Natalie Todeschini who have a very hot friends with benefits relationship. This book is a delightful contemporary love story between two very stubborn people who refuse to acknowledge their true feelings about one another to each other. This book is a short, fast, and humorous read that will make you giggle at the absurdity of the things that happen to this couple on the way to finding their happy ever after. This is one funny contemporary romance you do not want to miss.

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  • Cute and Quick read

    Cute story and my first by this author. I don’t normally enjoy stories written in first petson that flip back and forth between characters, but this worked because I felt like the characters were telling me their story. Thanks for a great little read! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • This was a fun introduction to Natalie and Steve

    This was a fun introduction to Natalie and Steve. I knew it was going to be short, but it’s an even faster read than I was expecting. I’m not quite sure what theme to class their story as. Second chance? There’re some elements of that. Friends to lovers? Enemies to lovers? Frenemies to lovers might be more accurate. Natalie and Steve are rivals with passionate feelings for one another. I’m very interested in seeing where this rivalry is about to take them.

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  • Great read

    This is the first book in the A Year in love series. I truly enjoyed this Novella. It is a romantic comedy. I enjoyed reading about Stephen and Natalie. It was easy to read and well written. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • easter cookie

    i read this book as part of an arc program. This is the first book in a new series called A Year In Love. In this book, Natalie and Stephen grew up together and now run competing marketing companies. Natalie and Stephen are both in Las Vegas to try and get the Sexy & Sinful Spa & Resort account. Stephen was a nerd in high school, but he has buffed up and shed that image. Stephen and Natalie have a love/ hate relationship, they hook up when they cross paths while away at business. After they both present their ideas to the resort, they are free until the job is awarded and they meet up. Things take a bit of a turn when word comes about the job. I liked this quick read, i thought Natalie and Stephen cared about each other, but i got the feeling Natalie wanted things to stay the way they were, while Stephen wanted more. I look forward to reading more of their story.

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