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  • Why aren’t my neighbors as hot as these two???

    Bachelor Bastard Society is the first in a new series by Sara Ney. It was a fun, quirky read and Abbott and Brooks were a cute combination. Brooks meets Abbott literally right after starting a new ‘gentleman’s club’ with his two best friends Blaine and Phillip. They made rules and laid bets. Now the man who had sworn off relationships is mooning over the girl he just met while spending all his time spare time with her. Abbott thought she had Brooks pegged. She friend-zoned him, then got to know him. And he’s not the guy she originally saw. Now she wants out of the zone she put them in. It’s fun watching these two together. They have a scorching chemistry and some hilarious and sexy banter. Brooks’s fall was precious and well worth it. Abbott is a clever, sassy woman and Brooks, despite is ‘Society’s disclaimer, isn’t a bastard at all. He’s kind and sweet, and just plain adorable whilst being sexy as sin. This book is a One-Clicker for me. Grab your copy and find out why.

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  • Review: The Bachelors Club 1: Bastard Bachelor Soc

    Bastard Bachelor Society by Sara Ney is the first book in her brand new The Bachelors Club series. Told in mostly dual POV we do also get a couple of hilarious chapters from Duchess Desdemona. Abbott is a quirky young executive with a chip on her shoulder to prove that she deserves her position at work and wasn't given it due to nepotism and last names. Brooks is the neighbor across the hall that is determined to be a bachelor but truly all he wants is to find true love - he just has zero clue about that fact. This was a funny, slow build, neighbors to friends to lovers tale with some laugh out loud moments - some cringe-worthy dude/bro moments - and some redeeming realizations (by the dudes) that perhaps they weren't 100% correct after all. Abbott's Nan is also a hilarious factor in the tale. Enjoy!

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  • Fun Friend Zone Novel

    Boys clubs, cigars and blue velvet jackets. Brooks has all he could want out of life. He does still seem to have a bit of free time when the drinks aren’t flowing at the club with the boys though. When a chance encounter with his next door neighbour shows him an out of his free time. Abbott has her life figured out. Her one goal is to focus on proving herself at her family company. She doesn't have time for distractions or finding a guy. When Brooks invites himself in to her company his easy companionship seems just the answer. Fun friendship without the challenges of a relationship. It appears they have both got what they need from each other, friendship. Both somehow they both seem surprised that they have been friend zoned. But when does friendship become more and how does it suddenly grow when it is lease expected? EXPERT “Are you seeing anyone?” This makes me laugh, and before I can stop it, a loud one bursts out of me. “Um-no”. “What’s so funny about that?” “Um...nothing?” Nan sinks lower into the cushions of Abbott’s couch, taking me in. “Ah, I see. You’re one of those confirmed bachelors who has no intention of settling down.” She plucks an imaginary piece of lint from her expensive suit jacket. “Well.” She waves her manicured hand around dismissively, diamond ring sparkling, bracelets jingling. “No matter.” No matter? What does that even mean? Nan is a piece of work. “I don’t want a girlfriend.” Been there, done that. “No one really does, darling.” Nan smiles, but she’s patronizing me. “You young people and your ambitions. So admirable.” Don’t get your hopes up lady. I’m not a piece of meat dropped onto a plate for your precious granddaughter. “I don’t want a girlfriend.” I cannot stress it enough.

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  • Great Start to a New Series.

    3.5 Stars. Abbott and Brooks are the first couple in this new series by Sara Ney. Abbott is from New York old money with a close family and Brooks grew up struggling but makes good for himself. This part was refreshing as it is normally the hero that has all the money and power. They meet in the lobby of their apartment block and find out they are neighbours on the same floor. They form a friendship and start to spend a lot of time together. This book is centered mainly on these two, but there are some fun secondary characters too. One being Abbott’s nan, who is a determined matchmaker but brings gifts to soften the blow. Abbott has a cat that may or may not like her, who knows as it’s a cat! Brooks has two best friends whom he starts a gentleman’s club (society) with and wagers a bet who can stay single the longest. Even though Brooks had been hurt from a previous relationship that got him to this stage, the fact they created the society was a very douchey thing to do and the three of them came out looking bad. The storyline was a little fast and somewhat forced to begin with, but I settled in and started to connect with the characters. Brooks wasn’t a douchbag really and they way he wanted to be apart of Abbott’s world was sweet. Most of the book takes place at either Abbott or Brook’s apartment and I would have like to see them venture out more. I felt there wasn’t anything new or surprising happen within the storyline and I was hoping for something more. Did I enjoy the book, for sure. There were some funny parts and even a little angst. Will I try the next book in the series, most likely as I’m hoping she can make these other two friends more lovable. **Reviewed by Monique for JoandIsaLoveBooks Blog.

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  • Funny New Rom Com

    A cute, sweet romantic comedy. Brooks is the typical idiot bachelor type. Down on romance since he was dumped and mad at coupledom. Abbott is the smart and sassy rich girl whose never been great a finding true love. When these two finally discover they’re neighbors, will they find someone to fight the loneliness? I laughed quite a bit during this book and found their friendship pretty enjoyable. It was a fun read with low angst and I just wish there’d been a bit more details about Abbott’s work and conflict. Or Brooks’ friends and the “society”. But overall it was a quick and easy romcom and made me smile.

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