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  • a five-star read that can do no wrong

    Wrong Bed, Right Brother by Rebecca Brooks a five-star read that can do no wrong. This is number four in the Accidental Love series, but they can all be read as standalone as they each focus on different couples. Amanda is such a crazy character, she really does have a massive crush on her co-worker and its driving her crazy to the point that she does something super crazy for her, but when your in that level of crush you do don’t you. But as we all know a crush isn’t real, and true chemistry can blow that away, just like there is a fine line between love and hate. I must say a special mention to Noah’s running pants, as they sound like they need worshiping. This was a great story and one that you would be sorry to miss, there is crazy chemistry and just some funny sweet moments that will surprise you.

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  • Definitely the Right Brother

    Amanda has had a crush on her co-worker Luke since forever. In six weeks his moving across the country with his twin brother Noah. They're staying with friends at a house upstate and Amanda decides that its time to make something happen. So she sneaks into his room. She gets into bed with him and he pulls her close and they start kissing but when she moans Luke's name he jumps out of bed. Turns out its Noah. And they hate each other. These two had good chemistry especially those first few hook-ups! Those were fire. And though they both know that it shouldn't have happened they can't seem to fight the attraction. They both had their issues but find a way to work through these issues before its too late. This is the fourth book in the Accidental Love series ARC provided by Entangled Publishing via NetGalley

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  • Predictable

    This is a predictable read that begins with Amanda making a move on Luke, her coworker that she's crushed on for years. However, instead of Luke, she climbs into bed with Noah, his twin brother. While Amanda and Luke are close friends and coworkers, Amanda and Noah have never gotten along. From there you pretty much know how the story goes - lots of sex and not a lot of depth. Given how the story unfolds, Amanda's supposed relationship with Luke doesn't make any sense and feels artificial. I was disappointed in this book. I love the series and have loved each of the prior books, but this one lacked their character depth or charm, instead replacing it with sex. As a result, I had difficulty connecting with the characters and never felt invested in their story. If you've read the prior books in the series, you'll want to read this one to learn Amanda's story. I love the author's other books and her fans will want to put this one on their TBR list.

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  • 1 mistake opens up a whole lot of hidden feelings!

    Amanda thinks she's attracted to her friend and co-worker, Luke, but one mistake finds her in the arms of his brother, Noah, who is as surprised as she is that they both enjoyed it so much! Their chemistry is undeniable, and I was completely drawn into their delicious push-pull as they figure out if there's more to their attraction than just lust. I loved the way the author focused on authentic, sometimes heartbreaking, emotions and how even the most direct relationship is still complicated by self-doubts and learned patterns. The main conflict ends up being more about the fast-approaching day of decision when Noah is planning to move across the country, but it's used beautifully as a catalyst to get them both to confront their fears and take a chance with their hearts. Their HEA was wonderful, and the epilogue was everything I could hope for. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • A Spark Shooter

    Ah, I don't know. I'm on the fence on this one, while I enjoyed parts of this story more than the previous in the series, it still didn't grab me the way her other books have done in the past. I did like the premise I will say that! I had a fun love/hate thing going on with Noah. I cringed and laughed at the same time between the snarky banter between Amanda and Noah. Noah didn't like Amanda and Amanda didn't like Noah. You get that loud and clear. Amanda has been crushing on Luke her co worker for a long time and Noah is his twin brother. Luke is a long time friend and he has his whole flirty thing down pat with Amanda. When the opportunity presents itself and she's egged on my her friends to finally make a move with Luke, she decides to take her chance. How she ends up, where she ends up is priceless. Thus begins the tale of how two people who can't stand to breathe the same air as each other begin a relationship, while keep Luke in the dark on it. It is full of steam which Rebecca nails every time in her books. From the beginning of the story you know that there's an end point for Luke and Noah, what you don't know and what you need to read is what happens along the way, the relationship between twins and does that initial end ever come about? And where exactly does Amanda fit into the picture, or doesn't she? You'll have to read it to find out. 3.5 stars arc from Entangled and NetGalley for an honest review.

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