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  • Opposites Attract... with Heat

    Loved this Melbourne-based book. It definitely proves the importance of communicating - not just between the hero Flynn and heroine Drew, but also between Drew and her identical twin Presley. While I realise that Stefanie London writes fiction, this is not the first of her books to remind me of things that are important to remember in real life. It's difficult to find the words to describe what I like about this book without spoiling the story. This book reminded me that while some of settings in the author's books are fictional stores/cafes/restaurants within real suburbs of a real city, that she still makes the effort to ensure that they exist across books in different series that are all based in Melbourne - this doesn't happen as much as I'd like with unrelated books that are set in similar areas by a single author. I do look forward to seeing if there will be any further books are set in the apartment block that forms part of the setting of this book and Ms London's prior title, Faking It. I really hope Flynn's brother Gabe, and Presley each get their own HEAs.

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