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    Loved!

    Loved, loved, loved!! Miles Girard is my new favorite nerdy bbf! Miles is usually glued to his computer screen working on his next great invention. Then Tori Reed lands in his world and nothing will ever be the same. Sure she hates him and blames him for part of the heartache suffered by his sister Chloe (Tori's best friend) but right now she needs him. After being disowned and having her over privileged world turned up side down, Tori doesn't have many places to turn. Staying at Chloe's San Diego home until she figures out her life seems like a great plan. Until she realizes Miles Girard, Chloe's brother, is already staying there. They both soon discover that they don't know each other as well as they thought they did and a spark of attraction is ignited. Will they be able to walk away without getting burned?? Put this one on the must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    3.5 stars- Sweet and spicy enemies to lovers

    Enemies to lovers is always a fun trope for me. The banter immediately got my attention and had me eager to see how this couple would come together. The writing was fluid and the characters interesting. I always like when it’s the heroine who is hesitant to commit, and Tori was a good-albeit frustrating- character to fill that role. Flawed is the fourth book in the Ethan Frost series but can certainly be read as a standalone, which is what I did. It involves characters and references conflicts from previous books but never leaves the reader grasping to understand the dynamic. The main conflict within the book is brought to attention quickly. It was a different set up forcing the enemies together so they’ll see each other fully. I liked that aspect. The couple did get together rather quickly. While I liked that because it meant lots of steam and room to build the relationship, I did miss the little sniping remarks between them. I also liked how well the alternating first person POV provided insight to what triggered the animosity. I appreciated that Miles POV explained the guilt he harbored, rather than let the reader’s view to be colored by Tori’s opinion. The romance between Tori and Miles was steamy and sweet. I found the immediate lust that grows into more deep feelings believable and was rooting for the couple right away because they came across as a good match. Miss Wolff certainly writes fantastic sex scenes loaded with heat. The humor is also noteworthy. The author inserts funny moments during the emotional and tense scenes using both dialogue and internal thoughts. These spots of laughter made the book flow and feel natural, keeping it light but not superficial. As much as I enjoyed the start of the book, the pacing drug a little during the middle. There was a lot of set up to the final conflict, and I found myself less glued to the pages. I loved the banter so much at the start and I missed it later in the book. Perhaps that’s what slowed the book for me. However, the conclusion was really interesting and unexpected, resolving the conflicts and leaving me content. I really enjoyed how Wolff wove current news stories into the fictional story, enabling the reader to connect with the characters. Overall, I enjoyed this book and think that fans of this series or fans of enemies to lovers romances will too. *eARC provided by publisher to Alpha Book Club via Netgalley. The publisher and author had no influence on this review*
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