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  • Rian and Dylan are a feast worth waiting for.

    Rian and Dylan are a feast worth waiting for. Anticipation seems to have been building forever. Rayne caught hold of my heart with the shy nerd and bad boy tattoo artist what seems like forever ago. Rival Roomies is the culmination of angstful, yearning and breathtaking romance. Between the heartaches and misunderstandings lies a love story that refuses to be denied. From insecure wallflower to determined temptress Rian finds the courage to face insecurity head on. Dylan may be a heartbreaker, but his beautifully wounded heart is a worthy adversary for a determined woman. Dylan and Rian had me at hello and Rayne made sure to make it hard for my heart to say goodbye.

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  • Dylan & Rian <3 Forever.

    It’s been a tortuous wait to see if Rian Wright and Dylan Phillips would get together. It was obvious from the first book in the ‘Rooftop Crew’ series that Rian had deep feelings for Dylan, but it wasn’t so clear how he felt. Dylan played his cards close to his chest, and it was only when Jax Owens, his childhood friend turned up and moved into Rian’s apartment that he felt pressured to answer the questions his best friends plagued him with. When Dylan moved into her apartment to ‘keep an eye’ on his old friend, Rian was flabbergasted and worried. She was able to hide her feelings when he lived in a separate apartment, but sharing the same space? It would be far from easy. Rian is the quietest and least likely to cause a fuss of the entire group of friends, so she just ends up going with the flow. Her chance to let her guard down comes when bad boy Dylan breaks his arm and needs some help. Dylan is a foster care kid, he’s always had to fend for himself, except for a few years before aging out of the system. He seems hard but underneath, he has a soft heart and he finally shows it to Rian. Jax may have been the catalyst that set off their fireworks but it’s soon clear where their allegiances lie. This was a sweet, fun, and sexy but slow-burning friends-to-lovers romance. Piper Rayne went at just the right pace, as always, for their characters. It was fun to watch and to catch up with the other members of their slowly increasing band. Can’t wait for Seth and Evan’s story which is up next in the ‘Crew’s tales.

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  • Funny, sweet, sexy, steamy!

    The third book in The Rooftop Crew, The Rival Roomies is an opposites attract romance story. This long-awaited story of Dylan and Rian is packed with so much emotion, sexual tension, and so much more. With a great storyline and interesting and intriguing characters, this is a definite one-click read. I volunteered to review an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Finally!!!

    I really enjoyed Dylan and Rian's friends-to-lovers story. These two have been skirting around their feeling for a while, Rian to shy to be assertive and Dylan to filled with self doubt to believe he was good enough for her. But throw in a little competition and let it be Dylan's archenemy and maybe, just maybe he'll take his head out of his butt and make a move. I have to thank the author for not holding out on their story, they could have made us wait longer in the series, and believe me I would have been waiting, but they graciously gave Dylan and Rian their HEA in book three of the series. In the prior two books you could see how these two wanted one another but never did anything about it. It was sometimes painful to watch but now knowing their backstories I get it, I really get it. Piper and Rayne deliver another hit by giving us two likable characters that have overcome, although very different, troubled backgrounds. They built a family of FRIENDS that are stronger than some family bonds and it's a great place to visit when you need to loose yourself for a bit. While this series is a little heavier than some of their other books you still get plenty of laugh out loud moments. This book as with all of the books in the series can be read as a standalone but I personally would suggest reading them in order because you will develop a better sense of each of the characters and in Dylan and Rian's case you'll see how they skirted around one another for a while before taking the plunge. Happy Reading!!!

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  • My Favorite Rooftop Crew Couple!

    I've been so excited for Dylan and Rian's story since meeting them in My Bestie's Ex and wow.... Piper Rayne gave us a story that had me hanging on every word it was that captivating! If you've been reading the Rooftop Crew you know Rian's been crushing on Dylan for some time but now you get to find out Dylan's thoughts and prepare for one MUST read story you won't be able to put down! Come back to Clifton Heights and check in with all your favorites from the Rooftop Crew while meeting new characters who will peak your interest like they peaked mine!

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