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    Great

    Great read really enjoyed the story.
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    Could use more

    Good book. I felt like it was abit too short. There wasn't a whole lot of drama mid book. I thought it could have more depth. But otherwise I enjoyed the quick read.
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    A calendar man series? Yes please!

    Let me tell you, it was not a hardship picturing Reece as the guy on this cover. I would buy the paperback just for that cover! It helps that I loved the story as well. This is a friends to lovers story between Reece and Jenna. They are part of a trio that grew up together. It’s always been Reece, Jenna and Brent, best friends forever. However, lately Reece and Jenna have been feeling more than just friendliness. Thinking the feelings are one sided and too scared to break up the trio, they both struggle with their feelings. While book one of the series focuses on Reece and Jenna, the overall series plot is about these three becoming partners with their boss and friend, Tyree to help him save his bar, The Fix. With Jenna’s marketing expertise, she comes up with the idea to have a contest for men to compete to be a part of a Man of The Month calendar. They are hoping the contest will bring in new customers, as well as using the calendar as a fundraiser to save the bar. Each book will focus on a new couple and the winner of that months calendar. With book one read, I’m already looking forward to Tyree, Brent and Spencer’s story. I can’t wait to see what new characters will be introduced in each book of the series.
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    Great start to a new series.

    Down On Me by J. Kenner was a quick, fun read and my first introduction into the world of this author’s writing, at least in the case of this book and those to follow and boy was I delighted with what I discovered. This is the first in a series of 12 books, called ‘Man of the Month’ with each book publishing a few short weeks after the other. It’s told 3rd person POV which isn’t my favorite, but Ms. Kenner managed to break down my dislike for that style of writing. The story carried me away with it’s mostly like-hearted theme. Reece and Jenna Montgomery have known each other since they were kids. They grew up together and Jenna spent much of her childhood as just one of the guys. She and Reece had one other member of their awesome friendship, Brent, a now single father to five year old, Faith. They’ve always loved each other… like family. But, one drunken night before Jenna was to leave town could have changed everything. Neither of them had the nerve to risk their friendship or face the humiliation of being turned down by he other. So, they ignored how they felt and went their separate ways. Reece had always regretted not telling Jenna how he felt when she left for L.A eight months ago, but now she’s back and he has the chance to show her. But, she’s just a friend, right? Jenna thought time apart would have made what she’d felt the night several months ago, just be a figment of her imagination, but the second she sets eyes on Reece, she knows she was wrong. Reece is tall and gorgeous, he takes life as it comes, just like his women, but he doesn’t hang around for long. He has a jaded outlook on love and marriage thanks to seeing people close to him get churned up by that institution. It’s not for him. But, can what he feels for Jenna change all that? Jenna has always looked for love, and even though she never had a father growing up, she wants it all. A husband, a house, the kids and the picket fence. She and Reece shouldn’t work, but they do. They make an adorable couple, and even though Reece is wary of deep feelings, he can’t fight how he feels about Jenna. When things get heated and a mistake brings everything to a head, will Reece do the right thing? Can these two take the chance, risk it all and find the HEA they’ve always deserved?
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    Review: Man of the Month 1: Down On Me

    Down on Me by J. Kenner is the first in an epic series of twelve novels all based on a beloved bar and the efforts of it's employees, owners, and patrons to save it from closure. Welcome to the Man of the Month series. An excellent introduction to the series, the scene is set for the "Man of the Month" calendar fundraiser that will be happening throughout each of the twelve books. It also was a wonderful romance of best friends-to-lovers when Reece and Jenna finally took the risk of stepping outside their comfort zones and into each others arms. The secondary characters introduced here had depth and definitely left me eager to see how each of their stories plays out in future novels. Well-written, well-paced and an enjoyable read!
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