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    Unexpected Reunion

    Elle is a recently divorced single mom, her husband having cheated on her. Sawyer is a widower with a son the same age. When he moved in next door to her, they were both shocked to see each other. They had a one night stand a while back with no intentions of getting involved in a relationship. The boys hit it off right away, while Elle and Sawyer do not have the same connection. They both need to face their own past before even thinking about a relationship with anyone. The characters are delightful and have very interesting histories. I enjoyed this book very much!
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    Great book

    I am a big fan of Serena Bell’s books. I’ve enjoyed every single one that I’ve read. Her characters : have life experience: they often have kids, have gone through a divorce, have lost their spouse. These things are not all that common. Her books have actual conflicts, not stupid misunderstandings, which I see far too often, and is just lazy writing, in my opinion! In Sleepover, Elle is recently divorced. Sawyer is a widower. They each have a 9-year-old son. When Sawyer moves in next door to Elle, they discover that they’ve met before, and ooooo is that a good start to a book. I love a couple with a complicated history. Sleepover is the third book in a series, which includes Do Over and Head Over Heels, but can be read as a stand-alone.
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    Great Story!!

    This book is sooooooo good!! I'm loving these interconnected books that Serena Bell is writing. The characters are fantastic and I'm definitely invested in all of them getting their HEA. I loved the concept of this book. Sexy single-dad widower. Divorced single-mom who was really burned by her ex. The one-night stand who ends up being your next door neighbor and your son's BFF. This book was funny, heartwarming, and had a decent amount of angst. Once I started I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to see which character gets their story next!! *This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
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    Fun and flirty, but also bittersweet romance

    I loved this story. Both Elle and Sawyer have suffered loss of their previous partners. Sawyer's wife died, leaving him alone as a single dad, while Elle's husband decided after 8 years of marriage that he was actually still in love with his HS sweetheart and dropped Elle for her, leaving Elle as a single mom. When Sawyer moves in next door to Elle, their sons become fast friends. This is pretty uncomfortable since Elle and Sawyer had an extremely hot encounter months before, but neither had any intention of it going further. The chemistry between these two is off the charts, but both find it difficult to navigate a relationship. Sawyer has not been able to move on from his wife's death, and in truth, hasn't been that interested in doing so, while Elle is pretty gun-shy, full of doubts about her attractiveness, and not interested in another relationship in which she is playing second fiddle. I love watching them try to move forward and although the tone of the book was often fun and flirty, there was an also an undertone of intensity and bittersweetness without it being overwhelming. I read the first book in this series awhile back and did not read the second (although I want to go back to it), but I don't feel like I missed anything, so I think it's fine to jump in here.
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