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    I liked Eye Candy, but it wasn't amazing.

    Eye Candy was a unique and interesting standalone contemporary romance, and I liked reading Vince and Jackie's story. I have read several of Jessica Lemmon's books, and Eye Candy was the first I had read from her that was written in first person POV. I have always enjoyed Ms. Lemmon's writing style and I loved that she wrote Eye Candy from both Vince and Jackie's POV. I really enjoy reading a story from both characters' perspectives, and I love when books are written this way. It's great to see what each of them is thinking and feeling throughout. I enjoyed the storyline and characters, but unfortunately neither met my expectations and I was slightly disappointed. I liked Vince and Jackie and thought they were good characters, but that special spark was missing from the story and their relationship that really made me fall in love with it and them. I liked that they started off as friends and co-workers, but I didn't like how their relationship and situation progressed. I was very annoyed by the conflict and last twenty or so percent of the book, and when it got to the end I was pretty bummed. I had hoped for a better conclusion and maybe an epilogue, but unfortunately that didn't happen. I hate writing negative reviews, and I mean absolutely no offense or disrespect to the author, but I have to be honest about how I felt, and Eye Candy definitely wasn't my favorite Jessica Lemmon novel. I am truly sorry for possibly hurting her feelings. That definitely wasn't my intention. I just want everyone to know that my opinion is only one of many, and not everyone will feel the same as I did. I certainly wouldn't discourage other readers from giving it a try because they might love it, and I wouldn't want them to miss out based on my thoughts and feelings. I didn't enjoy Eye Candy as much as I hoped I would, but I'm definitely looking forward to reading Davis' story in Arm Candy and the rest of the Real Love series! ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Excellent

    A friends to lovers story that is all snark and romance. Just my kind of book! Jackie and Vince were terrific together. Too bad it took them so long to figure that out!! After watching her ogle runner guy for months now, Vince decides that Jackie needs to stop watching and take action even if it kills him. Sounded like a good plan until "the kiss" then everything changed! This one's funny, lighthearted, and completely entertaining. I highly recommend it to everyone.
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    3.5 Stars!

    Vince and Jackie are both divorced and helped each other through it. By the time Vince realizes he's over his ex-wife and is falling for Jackie, she decides she's done dating. Vince realizes he needs to push her back out into the dating scene before he can pursue her himself. This story was cute, but also a bit frustrating. Both have been badly burned by their exes and it hampered both of them in moving forward. Instead of taking a direct approach, Vince felt the need to push Jackie towards someone else while trying to prove he was better for her, which caused more relationship angst than was necessary. Despite the angst, I liked all the characters. Davis and Grace is next up in Arm Candy. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Great story!

    ​ **4 Stars** This was my first by Jessica Lemmon and I loved it. The whole friends to lovers story gets me every time, but this one had a twist and I loved every second of it. I was hooked from the very beginning and I didn't want it to end. I couldn't put it down. I had to know what was going to happen, I needed to know what was going to happen. I can say it was my first by Jessica Lemmon and it won't be my last, that's for sure. It was light, funny and everything I needed. The story of friends to lovers, had a twist to it this time. Jackie and Vince are also coworkers who say the role of VP at the company they work for. They are both divorced, but have no idea that they are attracted to each other. This makes it comical since Jackie has her eye on the mysterious runner she sees weekly. Watching Jackie and Vince work through finally getting together was cute. It was fun and you felt for them both. You feel the confusion that is going on. You hurt for them both since you want to smack them and be like "hello!" but overall, I loved their story. It was unique to them. The plot twists were awesome and so not expected. I do wish Vince had been a little more honest with Jackie at times, but then the story wouldn't be what it was. I can't wait for more from this series by Jessica Lemmon.
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    3.5stars

    3.5stars Eye candy is best friends to lovers love story. It is ok story with interesting characters but I expected more. Both Jackie and Vince are hurt from their exes and that is what brought them together. But in between the feelings become deeper and Jackie’s obsession over runner push Vince in to action. But he does it wrong and his good friend Davis help him to find the right way. Of course old insecurities come to life an again they are both feeling betrayed. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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