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  • Her Bad Idea

    4.5🌟 if your looking for a great enemies to lovers romantic comedy then 🛑 and pick up this jem. I found the main character super relatable The intensity of her feelings for dance and her crush and her financial situation all gave me the feels. I had a few wtf moments as a lot of the convo’s the MC has with herself was like the author had climbed inside my brain and poked around for writing material lol😋 The snarky, punny, sassy exchanges in the slow burn build up between the dancers was fantastic. Each set of books in this series explores a different aspect of polyamory or ethical non-monogamy.

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  • Her Bad Idea

    Her Bad Idea by Sagan Morrow is the super flirty and very powerful story of Scarlett. She is determined to make her business succeed on her own. But things are going well, and she is so set on doing it herself, she doesn’t tell anyone or ask anyone for help. When she’s set up with Pete for the dance competition, she’s pretty disappointed. She really really doesn’t like him and they rub each other the wrong way every time they meet. Unless they let loose and just dance. When they dance, there are sparks, and the sparks are hard to ignore. Their fake relationship to build up hype for the dance competition, pushes them together outside the dance studio. And, eventually, they start to get to know each other. Then everything changes. I think one of my favorite scenes in Her Bad Idea is Scarlett and her friends sitting down and having a really honest conversation. A conversation about business, love, life, and what Scarlett really wants from all of it. It was a powerful look into their friendship and a turning point for Scarlett. Don’t let this downplay the serious hotness that is Scarlett and Pete. You could feel the underlying tension every time they were on the page together – and sometimes when they weren’t together. Definitely a super hot slow burn that is well worth the wait. ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book***

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  • It does take 2 to Burlesque sometimes

    Scarlett Mitchell agrees to be the dance partner for Pete Fraser, both have agendas are no secrets about it. It is their chemistry on the dance floor, but animosity off it that makes me laugh. Their witty banter, but moments of closeness and clarity makes it an interesting first book. Even though this is book 7, it is the start of Scarlett's first story so you can just read her story instead of having to go through book one (phew)

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