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    Awesome

    Arm Candy is a fun sexy read that I truly adored. I loved these characters and all the snarky banter that goes on between them. Davis Price definitely has a type and the feisty barb throwing bartender at his favorite pub sure isn't it. So why does she intrigue him so much?? When Grace points out to him he only seems to date blonds and dares him to ask out the next non=blonde he sees, he quickly turns the tables on her and asks Grace out. That's when the fun really begins! Don't miss this one, it's a must read.
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    4 Stars!

    I really like when a book surprises me. We learned about Grace and Davis in book 1, Eye Candy. Out of the two couples from both books, my expectation was that I would have liked the other couple more. That wasn't really the case. I do like the couple from book 1, but they were the ones with the push/pull relationship. It's what I would have expected with this couple and I was pleased to see the author switch it up. Davis is a player. He goes from blonde to blonde and nothing serious. Grace is a sassy redheaded bartender that likes to remind Davis he isn't God's gift to women. I really expected these two to fight to the very end based off their personalities. I love that I was wrong. Is it instant love? No. They don't commit right off and they are both cautious but they behaved more like a couple than they would admit. I had fun with this couple and their story. It's a lower angst read with no abuse. I look forward to book 3. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Davis and Grace

    This book was so much fun! Snark and banter and romance all rolled into this spectacularly enjoyable read. Davis has his own chair at the bar where he drinks Sam Adams and watches CNN while exchanging barbs with the flame haired bartender, Grace. We met both of them in the previous book, however, this one could definitely be read as a standalone. Davis is infamous for taking home blondes, only blondes and Grace issues a bet with him that he will not change his ways and date a non-blonde. Davis takes her up on this and challenges her to the date. This is where all the fun begins. The chemistry between these too is OFF THE CHARTS. Who would believe it! This was so well written and so good the pages nearly melted away until I was at the end and sad it was over. I'm glad there is another in this series, though. I definitely recommend this one! **Received this ARC from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    funny

    3.75Stars Arm Candy is another book from the series and I liked this one better than first. It is well written story with interesting plot and two interesting characters. Davis and Grace cannot be more opposite characters but it works for them. Davis is a player and of course, Grace notices it but after circling each other for a really long time they finally end up together. Intense and quick funny story. Grace was really funny. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Davis is delicious!

    We met Davis Price in Eye Candy. He is Vince's best friend. Davis shows up at almost every day at McGreevy's Pub in a suit, drinks his Samuel Adams, while watching the news on TV. He spends most of his time flirting and dating any prim and proper blonde he can find. Davis also enjoys his fun and flirty banter with the bartender, Grace Buchanan. Problem is Grace is a redhead so she knows that Davis really isn't into her...too bad...because she is really into him. Grace is not Davis' usual type. Grace is loud and opinionated with a few tattoos peeking out from places but for some reason he is just drawn to her. Too bad he has sworn off redheads since the number Hannah did on him. After a fun round of bantering and a spoken bet, Davis has an actual date with Grace. Surprising to both of them, they actually really like each other and realize that neither of them is what they thought each other was really like. What starts as a series of only 3 dates, quickly turns into something more. Both Grace and Davis have things from their pasts that make them not want to take that next step in their relationship. It was a tough and emotional road these two had to take to get their happy ending, but it was so worth it. I just adored Davis. He acted like he was so sure of himself all the time, but deep down he had some parts that were not so strong. I really liked Grace too. Based on things from her past, all she really wanted was for someone to love her unconditionally and always be there for her. They both just got each other and together they were finally whole.
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