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  • Ticked all my boxes

    Avery and Declan’s story was everything I expected and so much more, I was intrigued by the blurb for When Sparks Fly and I wasn’t disappointed. Once again the very talented Helena Hunting has given us characters to not only love but to also connect with on a very real level. This is a friends to lovers romance set in Colorado Springs and by the end of this book I felt like I had made friends and visited the town. When Avery is injured in a car accident it’s Declan that offers to nurse his best friend back to health but it’s only after nearly losing her that has him realising just how much she means to him. From the moment Avery leaves the hospital the fun begins and things start to heat up but will a relationship get in the way of her recovery….. This book ticked all my boxes, I loved all the characters, the chemistry is scorching hot, the banter is witty but it was the relationship Avery had with her sisters that gave this story additional depth. The hero is swoon worthy and the heroine is sassy and once you add in some heartwarming moments and some entertainment with some pot brownies you get the perfect read. Wonderful, captivating read that should be on everyone’s TBR list.

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  • All the feels! Highly recommended.

    After a serious car accident leaves her with several broken bones and in need of round-the-clock care, Avery Spark's best friend and roommate, Declan McCormick, volunteers for the job. He's overwhelmed with guilt after backing out on his promise to accompany Avery on a road trip the morning of her accident and hopes that caring for her will help convince her to forgive him. As they're forced into closer proximity than ever before and Declan helps Avery cope with increasingly personal needs, the chemistry between them becomes impossible to ignore. Neither of them is willing to risk their friendship, especially Declan, who has sworn off serious relationships after witnessing the fallout from his parents' disastrous marriage and subsequent divorce. Declan and Avery may just find that their love is worth the risk, but first, they'll need to work through the baggage of their past. This book genuinely gave me all the feels. I went from laughing at the hilarious opening scene involving grown men lining up to joust with hobbyhorses to sitting at the edge of my seat while reading the scene of Avery's accident and praying that she would be okay. When she came home from the hospital, I truly empathized with Avery's frustration at being unable to handle even simple tasks on her own, as well as with Declan's feelings of guilt regarding Avery's injuries. Their relationship growth was perfectly paced, and even though I hated to see things between them blow up the way they did, it was probably realistic. I was happy that they used their time apart to work through their issues in a healthy way and they ended up in a great place, both individually and as a couple. Overall, I loved "When Sparks Fly" and highly recommend it for all fans of contemporary romance and romantic comedy. I look forward to whatever Helena Hunting writes next. *Review copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  • Loved it!

    This was such a wonderful friends to lovers story. I couldn’t get enough of Avery & Declan. When Sparks Fly brought out a wealth of emotions & I loved everything about this book!

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  • Friends to Lovers Romance.

    4.5🌟 This story is what I would call a realistic romance because it felt very real and authentic like it could actually happen to someone I know. Hunting’s writing has developed with diversity in that we all know she can write a fabulous romcom, plus now I feel she can deliver a great contemporary romance with wit and emotion that takes me on a journey and has me falling for the main characters. Avery and Declan met in college, and even though both had an attraction for the other, nothing was said between them as the timing wasn’t right. They were extremely compatible with similar interests in sports, crosswords and movies which bought about them being best friends and then roommates after graduating. Avery’s worst nightmare happens when she has a car accident and is immobile for weeks and Declan is compelled to be there for her 24/7. Relationships are about give and take, and unfortunately Declan didn’t have any good role models with his parents. To him, once love enters the equation, couples use that advantage to seek revenge and hurt. Avery though knew what a good relationship could be like even though her parents had past years before. When these two spend more and more time together, they understand the attraction isn’t just lust. Avery needs help to do the simplest of things, and Declan always puts her first, so when she has an itch that desperately needs scratching, he’s only too happy to lend a hand. I loved this couple. I loved their dynamic and how they processed things. I got why Declan was upset and lost it. I also felt for Avery being on the receiving end of his hurt. I appreciated the effort they took to heal and revisit what could be an amazing life together. It may have taken some time but Declan always knew that Avery was his best friend, his soulmate, his everything. The epilogue was super sweet, and something I would have enjoyed doing myself. This is a standalone novel, but who knows, we could be heading back to Sparks House as Avery has two sisters that deserve their own happy ending too.

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  • 4.5 Stars!

    When Avery Spark is in a car accident that makes her lose her independency, she must rely on her roommate Declan for even the basics of needs. Declan and Avery have been best friends since freshman year of college. They’ve been through a lot together, all the highs and all the lows. As Declan is tending to Avery’s every need, they both realize, individually, that they have been masking their feelings for one another for quite a long time. With Declan being relationship adverse, and Avery more focused on Spark House, they’re unsure of where their relationship will lead to. When the inevitable happens, they’re forced to take a step back and evaluate their actions. In this best friends to lovers, they have the perfect foundation for a relationship, but how will they get over the roadblocks in their lives to find the love they so desperately seek? This story keeps you on bated breath several times throughout the story. It made it hard to quit reading at times when I had other responsibilities to attend to. If you’re looking for a good best friends to lovers story, you should pick this one up.

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