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  • frenemies + 2nd chances = yes please!

    Since then, Sydney Robinson's family has passed on Horseman Inn for generations and has been Summerdale's institution. The problem is that it's also losing money even with its prestige. Sidney is determined to find a way for the Inn to come "out of the hole" and fast, but with one willing to loan her the money to help, Inn might see its days numbered. In comes Wyatt to the rescue, who has the funds and know-how to help but not if Sidney has her way. Wyatt Winters is a retired billionaire who recently moved to the quirky lakeside community of Summerdale - about an hour and a half's drive outside New York. He made his money grow by helping dying businesses. He has got his eyes set on his next venture in helping Horseman Inn reinvent itself out of debt. The story written in dual POVs (Sidney and Wyatt's) is an easy read. The plot is believable. Sidney and Wyatt's chemistry comes naturally from their interactions. Their attraction is sizzling to the point of them not realizing that it's passion, not frustration as Sidney first thought. Both characters are stubborn, as expected. Sidney does not want Wyatt's help while the latter couldn't help himself, NOT to "fix it." Wyatt's alpha dominant and "savior complex clashes with Sidney's "independent" outlook. There was a lot of "stand-off-ish" and "backhanded" moments that made me shake my head in disbelief. Mind you - most of those moments were Wyatt's fault. #TeamSidneyRobinson Sidney and Wyatt have to reach a "middle ground" regarding reviving the Inn. In this process, they start learning how to better partners to each other than just pushing into a business, just because it's failing --> yes, I'm talking to you, Wyatt! Sidney and Wyatt will be miserable at some point because of their "clashes" then had to "get over each other's angst" to help one of the furbabies. They will learn that having a partner is taking care of the other and knowing when to be cared for. I love the supporting casts - Sidney's brothers, friends like nosy grandmothers (one - General Joan), and the furbabies of Snowball were memorable supporting characters. Without the latter, I am sure that Sidney and Wyatt would NOT have their HEA. (FYI: Snowball officially approved Sidney upon its first impression.) In summary, I highly recommend Fetching to readers who love enemies-to-friends, small-town romances, second chances, strong female protagonists, and billionaire alpha male dominants who wants to save the world. It will make you laugh with Sidney and Wyatt's wit and banter, cry during their fights and hug your babies (furry or human ones) more as true love finds its way in the end for Wyatt and Sidney. This book is an excellent start to promising series!

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  • New Series - Frenemies

    Sydney and Wyatt’s love story in Fetching: A Frenemies to Lovers Romantic Comedy by Kylie Gilmore, book one in her new Unleashed Romance series, is a steamy, romantic comedy, of two people with rub each other the wrong way. As the series is called Unleashed, that means dogs will be part of the family. Wyatt was a self-made millionaire with a soft spot for helping women in need. After moving to the small, lakeside community of Summerdale, Wyatt zones in on the one woman he wants to rescue; but the stubborn woman refuses to let him help her. Sydney tried to be welcoming when Wyatt, aka Satan, moved to town and started frequenting her historic restaurant and bar, but he keeps showing up after criticizing everything about the place; the food, the beer, etc. She might have lost her cool with him and told him off, not knowing he was considering investing in her restaurant. When Sydney inherited the place, she and her brothers discovered the place was in major debt. Every bank had turned her down for a loan and there was no way Sydney could imagine working with him. When a snowstorm strands her at his house, she soon learns how potent Wyatt could be. It showed these two that there really is a fine line between hate and love. The magnetism attracting Sydney and Wyatt was powerful. The energy and electricity crackled between them. The heat they shared burned up his seats. When Wyatt’s small dog goes missing, all bets are off whether or not Sydney will cave to Wyatt’s demands. Ms. Gilmore wrote a wonderful and moving story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sizzling chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing secondary characters giving Sydney and Wyatt chance at love, happiness and the possibility of a forever together. I highly recommend Fetching to other readers and look forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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