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  • Review: Rascals 4: Soulmate

    Soulmate by Katie McCoy is the fourth book in her Rascals series. Told in dual POV between Sawyer (Who you would have met previously in the series) and Gabi, his college best friend and the girl with the unacknowledged, unrequited crush. Well-written and well-paced this book is funny, emotional and sexy. After five years away, Gabi is back in Chicago, having left to escape her best friend who was completely unaware of her feelings for him. But she is back and ready to build a new life back in her home town. When a near death experience ends with her in none other than Sawyers arms she feels like maybe the universe if having fun with her at her expense. Sawyer lost his best friend years ago when she moved away after graduation and ghosted him. Now that she is back he is experiencing all kinds of feelings towards her that are far outside the spectrum of BEST FRIEND. Determined to not ruin the best friendship he's ever had with the one person he knows he can't live without Sawyer is fighting all the feelings towards Gabi, even if it is making him a sullen and moody person to be around. Quirky and funny and very, very sexy - I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Enjoy!

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  • Sawdust and Soulmates

    Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review Rascals Bar co-owner Sawyer gets the book boyfriend treatment in Soulmate, Katie McCoy’s fourth entry in the Rascals series. This second-chance romance reunites Sawyer and college gal-pal Gabi and chronicles their journey to happily ever after. Previously ghosted by Gabi following a significant college friendship, Sawyer is committed to rekindling their friendship when he bumps into her at a busy Chicago intersection. Gabi is less sure about picking up where she and Sawyer left off, though. Her feelings for Sawyer had gone unrequited for years, and this was catalyst for both her post-college disappearing act and her current hesitation. Once on board with a reunion, the relationship between Sawyer and Gabi quickly escalates from friends to friends-with-benefits to two people with conflicting emotions at odds with each other. Gabi is convinced that suppressing her emotions and avoiding any talk of a committed relationship is the best way to counteract Sawyer’s resistance. She agrees to a casual relationship in hopes that her patience will be rewarded. Unfortunately, in the process, Gabi tends to be borderline manipulative, which as a reader, I found to be somewhat off-putting. Obviously, Gabi and Sawyer get their happy ending after some heartache and strife separates them. Sawyer comes to understand that love is not the impetus for heartbreak and unhappiness, as he once mistakenly believed. He realizes how much he wants to share his life with Gabi and how important a role she plays in his life—how she enhances his joy and contributes to everything he does. Soulmate has a fairly predictable plot, and much like its predecessors in the series, is formulaic in its execution. But, in spite of that, it’s still a highly successful and extremely enjoyable romance romp. Katie McCoy has a tendency to create some of the most charming book boyfriends, and Sawyer is no exception. Ultimately, Soulmate is another solid installment in the Rascals series.

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  • I love these men and their better halves :)

    While reading this story I loved Sawyer, I really did. But his excuses to put a label to what was happening between him and Gaby was frustrating as hell. At one point I was rooting for Gaby to tell him to take a hike and just moves on. Buuuut then his “AHA” moment came and when he »helps« the young couple at the bar my faith in him was restored. As for Gaby; I absolutely love her. I liked how she chooses to want more for herself when she first left town. I loved how she fought for their relationship even when she knew Sawyer would need time and a little push to »catch up« with her. I love this series so far and now I’m so happy to know Dante is next in line to find his HEA with a feisty woman like all his friends have done. I don't know why but i have a feeling that Katie McCoy is saving best for last. ***Review copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads Blog***

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  • Rascal was a fun and hot read!

    I was excited to start exploring Sawyer's story and was super excited that it was going to be with Gabi......FINALLY! I loved the story plot, the twists, and the bit of drama we get. The heat factor is never a problem. I love the Rascal series since I have been hooked on these books from the get go! I still am swooning here hours after I reached the end <3.

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  • Sexy second chance/ friends love lovers romance.

    We’re on the home straight now with SoulMate by Katie McCoy which is book four of five of the ‘Rascals’ series and it just keeps getting better and better! It’s Sawyer’s turn to find love at the bar and it’s not with an old fling, but a girl he was once best friends with in college. Gabi was the one girl he could always talk to and trust, but then after graduation she just left town and he never saw or heard from her again. Gabi fell for Sawyer almost from the moment they met, it might have been lust at first, but since she’s returned to Chicago and met up with him again, all those feelings have morphed into something more. Only trouble is… she can’t tell commitment-phobe Sawyer, just like she couldn’t tell him how she felt when they were in college. She knew what would happen. Sawyer can’t believe he’s got his best friend back, but he’s worried because he’s not feeling remotely ‘friendly’ towards Gabi anymore and try as he might to fight the desire surging through his veins, it’s futile. But, can he realize what he’s truly feeling before he makes a mistake they can’t step back from?? Aaah, this book was so much fun to read, I just couldn’t put it down. I loved Sawyer, even if he was so clueless of Gabi’s feelings for him. Thankfully he got his head on straight in time. This story has upped the ante for Haley and Dante’s book and I sooo can’t wait. The best is definitely going to be kept for the last. Mark my words!

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