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  • Wonderful enemies to lovers!

    Aggie comes from the wrong side of the tracks, has had a hard time staying at a job for any length of time, and is a free spirit. Max is a perfectionist, has his own business, and comes from money. They are as opposite as can be. Their grandmothers, however, are two peas in a pod, and when the two of them decide that Aggie would be the perfect job candidate for Max’s personal assistant, everything goes a little haywire. Aggie doesn’t want to disappoint her Meemaw, so she goes to her interview dressed inappropriately, and acts even more inappropriately. Max can’t get out of the favor he has promised his Grandmother, so he tried to make Aggie turn down the job by making her fill out a ridiculously lengthy personality quiz in an overheated room, and tried to make the job duties incredibly outlandish. A witty enemies to lovers romance with incredible banter, lovable supporting characters in their respective grandmothers, and many lessons about judging others from different walks of life! Thank you to Entangled Publishing and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Quickly easy romance

    This was only an okay read for me. Was not a big fan of the writing style and I struggled to like the two leads. The chemistry was good but I felt Aggie and Max needed to communicate better with each other and with their respective grandmothers. Overall the story was fairly quick to get through.

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