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  • Too many genres vying for attention

    After her abusive relationship with a fellow academic ended three years ago Dr Naya Turner has retreated into her shell, choosing to concentrate on her career as a professor specialising in maths education for English-language learners. Then her two BFFs write a crazy To-Do list for her and she ends up chatting to a handsome stranger in a bar. Naya and Jake embark upon a relationship while he is visiting Chicago for a friend's wedding, but then it turns out that he may have an influence on Naya's future career, can she take a chance on love? I felt that this was three different books jammed together and it didn't always work for me. The first book was the nerdy academic has a one-night stand, humorous romance, complete with embarrassing drunkenness. It was okay but I have a low tolerance for the 'Oh, Miss Jones you are beautiful when you take off that cardigan' genre. The second book was more rounded. The romance with a stranger who turns out to be your boss type of thing. One where the characters have ex-wives and protective friends and serious jobs. I liked this book. The third book is where the ex-boyfriend was abusive and has come back to work in the same faculty, sending her creepy texts and threatening her. These novels have to be really well done if they don't come across as if the ex is a villain from a silent movie. Overall, while I enjoyed the romance I didn't feel the three storylines flowed together seamlessly. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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