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  • So many laugh-out-loud moments… So much fun!

    This is an entertaining, romantic comedy, full of clever banter, snarky backtalk and many laugh-out-loud moments! Magnolia’s reactions to the inappropriate notes left on her door by her new neighbour were priceless! The cruder the notes, the more impudent her replies became. The story is well written and the characters are witty and engaging. There’s plenty of drama, angst, humour and snark along with some hot chemistry and several steamy scenes. I enjoyed the camaraderie of Magnolia’s new co-workers and look forward to reading their stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Funny, Witty, and Sexy

    There is nothing like some sexy push and pull and intense sexual tension between two characters. I adored Magnolia and Jagger’s relationship and could not but root for them from their very first interaction. Magnolia and Jagger begin communicating through notes before meeting each other in person. Magnolia is in for a shock when she realize that Jagger is her former best friend’s older brother and her childhood friend. The anticipation to find out more about their disastrous past made it impossible to put the book down. They have a second chance to right their past but Jagger has some maturing to do to prove to Magnolia that he is serious about her. I ABSOLUTELY LOVED Magnolias new friends, who will also be a part of this series. They have all gotten a new job at a start up credit company owned by Tate Howard (book two’s H) and have grown close, creating some hilarious moments. There was no single moment with the girls that I did not laugh out loud. I am very eager for the rest of the series! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Love and a Man-child

    Magnolia just got a random offer for a blogging position for a startup tech company. She’s also got a new neighbor. They start out sending notes back and forth. Her new neighbor is very much a man, annoying and on the manwhore side. When they finally run into each other her new neighbor turns out to be her childhood crush, Jagger. She isn’t happy because it brings back old memories. The last time she saw him he was taking her virginity and her boyfriend (his younger brother) was walking in on them. They struggle for awhile because Jagger is very immature and acts like all he wants is in her pants. She loves him still but doesn’t want to or that’s at least what she thinks. It’s funny, cute and an HEA. There is definitely steam and you just want to scream at them to just get it on already sheesh! It’s very worth reading. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • The notes on the doors

    Magnolia is a 28 year old who is starting a new job in San Francisco and lives in Apt.5. A new tenant moves into Apt. 4 and starts leaving post-it-note messages on her door. As time goes on the notes get funny, sometimes rude, and more sarcastic. After 3 weeks Magnolia finally meets Jagger, her new neighbor and former teenage crush. They had not seen each other in 10 years when she left home at 18 after a very embarrassing encounter but she still had feelings for him. They continued to share funny notes and got to know each other again. Would they be able to forget past embarrassments and find true happiness together? I loved this book and could hardly put it down until I finished. You really got to know the characters well and the author threw in some fun surprises near the end. Is especially loved the epilogue. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Funny and Sexy!

    I didn’t know how this was going to go as this is the first book I read by this author. I was pleasantly surprised and now I’ll be reading the rest of the stories. I was laughing from the very beginning and then I was intrigued. There are twists that you don’t see the coming and the story keeps ty hooked until it’s all revealed. Magnolia and Jagger are funny and sexy together. We only get Magnolia’s point of view throughout the story however and only get Jagger’s in the epilogue. I would have loved to have gotten a glimpse of his side during the story as well.

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