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    Loved this book ❤️❤️❤️

    As usual this is another one of Helena's great books. Meet cute is all fun and feels. Emme is the cutest teenage sister! The relationship between Dax and Emme and how it evolved with Kailyn was so on point. I loved Holly and how she helps Kailyn and is such an awesome friend. After reading alot of reviews, I was ready for a whole lot of waterworks, but the feels of this book go together with the funny bits so it doesn't really get heavy. That said, how Helena writes the characters and how they deal with loss and grief is beautiful. Loved this book ❤️❤️❤️
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    Predictable and a little disappointing

    Kailyn Flowers was a megafan of the teen series It's My Life and its heartthrob star Daxton Hughes, she has a wonderful meet cute with the former actor at college when he knocks her over while playing frisbee. They spend the college years as arch-rivals in law classes, Kailyn still fangirling behind his back, until Dax sabotages Kailyn's degree. Fast forward eight years, Kailyn is a Trust lawyer and Dax is an entertainment lawyer. When Dax's parents are killed in a car crash he is shock to discover that his parents have left him as sole guardian of his 13 year old sister Emme, rather than his aunt Linda. As the lawyer who drew up Dax's sister's trust, Kailyn is approached by Dax to understand the details. Then, when Aunt Linda petitions for custody Kailyn is appointed as Emme's conservator to mediate between Dax and Linda. The old attraction to Dax is still there but which is the real Dax, does he really want to look after Emme and is he just looking for comfort from someone safe? I received an extract of this book from NetGalley which I enjoyed so I went ahead and got the book, unfortunately for me the book did not live up to the first few chapters. I felt the book was heavy on the sex and light on the plot, every time I got interested in the plot off we swerved into pages and pages of kissing and fumbling and sex - after a while I just started flicking past until I got to the plot again. Overall I thought it was just too predictable.
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    What a lovely story

    Thanks Helena what an incredibly engaging story. I couldnt put it down.
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    The meet was cute

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’ll start with judging a book by its cover and Meet Cute’s cover art is so... well, cute - particularly the U.K. edition with the purple background - I just love it. Having said that, I don’t feel as though the cover art or the book’s title reflect the tone of the story - they give the impression of a lighthearted, rom-com but the theme of the book is far too weighty for it to be categorised as such. The premise of Meet Cute sounded perfect for me - I’m a big fan of second chance romances - unfortunately the plot, particularly the villain of the piece, was predictable and the whole book was full of cliches. Now for the characters, the relationship between Kailyn and Daxton developed at a believable pace - it wasn’t insta-love, which made it feel authentic. However, I can’t say the same for the characters themselves - they were likeable and had good chemistry, but maybe I just didn’t identify with them because they felt a little two dimensional to me. Also, although the story is told from dual POVs, I didn’t get a sense of uniqueness from their individual narratives. Overall Meet Cute was an easy read, one that didn’t require much brainpower, and although it won’t be making it to my personal favourites list, I’ve no doubt that for the most part it will be extremely popular. ***ARC generously provided by Little, Brown Book Group UK, via NetGally, in exchange for an honest review*** #MeetCute #NetGalley
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    Loved it

    5 star Review Meet Cute by Helena Hunting A stand alone novel from the very talented Helena Hunting. An embarrassing meeting between Kailyn and former actor Daxton Hughes in college morphed into a friendship that eventually left Kailyn feeling betrayed. Now 8 years later Dax is in need of a lawyer and Kailyn is the one he turns too. Can she get past her anger and hurt to help Dax when he suddenly finds himself guardian to his 13 year old sister? Ms. Hunting wove a story that drew me in and held me captivated. The camaraderie, banter and friendship that Kailyn and Dax had made this a joy to read and I really was cheering for these two to get their happily ever after. The chemistry between them was intense and you could feel the sizzle in the air. I loved how all in Dax was when he stepped up and put his sister Emmie and her needs before all else; what a swoon worthy man. It was also heartwarming to see the relationship between Kailyn and Emmie develop. I love Ms. Hunting's style of writing, she ensures that her characters are not “perfect”. I found it easy to relate to Kailyn and Dax. This was a story that had me entertained and I happily recommend Meet Cute.
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