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  • Milo is the ultimate book boyfriend! 🇬🇧💜

    This 5 star read will claim a permanent piece of your heart. Milo is the book boyfriend that will keep you turning the pages and panting for more! 💜 All the sighs! This book was everything that a romance book should be. It was a wonderful escape from everyday life and problems. The characters, plot, build up and flow were spot on! I felt for the characters....ALL.THE.FEELS!!! The story didn’t go heavy on heat, heartbreak, angst or romance. It sprinkled different elements throughout the story to keep you hooked to the book. I can always rely on Author Corinne Michaels to take me to my happy place...immersed in a book that becomes my favorite escape from life’s woes. I love being swept away by her stories. Tragedy turned to triumph. Danielle and Peter’s life together ends in tragedy. She is forced to pick up the pieces and learn how raising her children on her own is now her new normal. With her squad of friends she is never truly alone. “No one in this tribe walks alone”. They are a fierce, loving and protective friend group. Working at Dovetail Enterprises, in walks Milo, quite literally (hot British accent and all). He isn’t what he seems or what she expected and neither is she to him. My heart smiled along with my face. l love them together and he is the epitome of perfect book boyfriend. This is the fourth book in a standalone series. None of the books are to be missed! If you are looking for the perfect book to immerse yourself in, fall in love with and live in your heart, then this is the book for you to read next.

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  • Milo is amazing!

    I don’t even know where to begin with this book. All the hype over Milo is 100% accurate. The emotion in this book is typical Corinne fashion, but hands down, this is my absolute favorite book. I laughed, I cried and laughed some more. I think, this is my favorite book of Corinne’s to date. You first get a glimpse of Milo in Callum and Nicole’s story, where I must say, I didn’t really like him. I thought he was a jerk. Then his story with Danielle happened. Danielle is a recent widow, trying to adjust back into a normal life with her two children after suddenly losing her husband. When reading Danielle’s story, I couldn’t help but love how amazing she was. She is fierce. She hasn’t had it easy with adjusting back to life as a widow and it makes you love her, 100% more every time you see what she has accomplished. She proved how amazing her work ethic was to Callum, who recently promoted her. This is where the story got fun. Enter Milo. Milo, where do I even start with him? I was convinced he was a spoiled little English man, who was just jealous of his brother and wanted to only be a playboy. Where some of this accurate, all of that changed when he started to fall for Danielle. Milo has this side I wasn’t expecting. He fell for Danielle hard, even when he originally started out just wanting to make her miserable. Watching him fall in love with her was my favorite part of the entire story. He loves hard and fiercely which is exactly what they both needed. Milo and Danielle’s story was full of emotion. It was perfect for them and the interaction between everyone was amazing. You get to see the group back together loving and supporting each other, which makes the story amazing.

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  • Another fabulous book by Ms. Michaels

    I cried....I mean literally cried when I started reading. Danielle and Milo’s story was pure perfection of two people who are lost and are searching; for Milo, he isn’t sure yet what he is searching for; but for Danielle, it’s how to live the new life that she has been handed. With every book that Ms. Michaels writes and brings to us, the readers, she gives characters with so much depth, feeling and flaws that you are able to actually read the story of the characters and imagine that YOU are there, YOU are experiencing everything that those characters are feeling. If you are looking to read a book about two people that are in for the ride of their lives, then If I Only Knew is the book for you!!! It is a must read!!!

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  • Corinne Michaels did it again! I'm in love with he

    It's astounding how perfectly she can build a character, how flawlessly she writes their personalities and backgrounds and time and time again she surprises us with such deep characters, so complex and that shows us there are so much more that they were letting out. Another thing that touches is how precisely she can write about grief. If you faced somehow in your life that feeling, you can totally relate to the feelings in the book. Even if it's not a husband you lost. She writes about the desperation, the overwhelming feeling of longing and imposed goodbye in such a sadly beautiful way. So when you read about Danielle and her kids (Ava and Parker), you feel for her, you fall for her, you understand their pain as if it's your own. Even Ava devilishness can be understood. Danielle is a warrior. She is a widowed that had to deal with a sweet little boy that lost his hero, a crazy and angry teenager who doenst know how to deal with grief, a new job that helps her to cope and a sexy and cocky british man that is determined to get her job. Milo! Oh Milo! At first, you could be fooled to think he is just a arrogant bastard that wants nothing to do with responsability and only wants to give his brother (Callum) hell. But as you get to know him, you realize he is so so so much more than that. You start to see that beneath that cocky smirky surface, there is a vulnerable man seeking for his older brother's affection and respect, that wants to be cared for and that has so much love to give with his amazing and gigantic heart. He is funny, caring, protective in a nurturing way, oh so sexy, and somehow he is exactly what Danielle needs...her safety net for when she falls. "'I feel like I fell for you fast. I didn't want to. I sometimes still don't. If I fall hard, and you don't catch me, I worry I won't survive the landing' 'I will always break your fall, Danielle. I want to be your safety net, and I hope I've proven that to you. Seeing you hurt, causes me pain. You're not the only one who's falling. I'm all in' 'And you said you weren't a hero' 'I guess I needed to find a cause worth fighting for'" As I read, I fell in love more and more with them. They filled my heart with love and hope, with happiness and joy. They were one of the best characters I've ever read, and once again this author blew my mind. "'I think you had [my heart] the moment I saw you. Here was this woman, standing tall even when she felt lost. If I only knew you'd turn my world upside down...' 'If I only knew the man who wanted to ruin me would end up being the man who put me back together, I would've never fought it to begin with'" This book was simply perfection.

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  • A delicious enemies to lovers office romance!

    4.5 stars I prolonged reading the last few chapters of If I Only Knew because I knew that once I did, I was closing the book (literally) on the last story of four amazing women who make up this crazy girl tribe and the men who fall in love with them. When I first started reading about these ladies with We Own Tonight about Heather and Eli, I was super intrigued with Danielle. She was married with two kids, and her three best friends couldn't stand her husband. She plays heavily in the first three books because the girls are all best friends, but we only get mentions here and there about her husband. So when Corinne announced she was writing Danielle's story, I was wondering what kind of story she was going to write for her since she was already married with children. Corinne starts this story off with the most tragic of things, and Danielle is left reeling. What do you do when your world turns upside down in the blink of an eye? How do you keep going? I have to say, my heart went out to Danielle, having to continue forward with life when all she wants to do is curl up in a ball. But she's got kids to take care of and now she's working so she can pay the bills. Danielle goes to work for Dovetail Enterprises, the company that her best friend Nicole's husband Callum owns. He offers her the position that his brother used to have before he unceremoniously quit a year ago. No sooner does Danielle settle into the job and guess who shows up out of the clear blue to get his job back? Callum's wayward brother, Milo! The enemies to lovers trope is always a fun one to read, seeing what the two people do or say to each other to get the upper hand. The back and forth, bickering and banter between Danielle and Milo was highly entertaining, mostly because I just love to listen to a British man talk, and the words they use that are different to American English. And the attraction they feel to each other really messes with their heads when they're trying to take each other down! I felt for Danielle, the struggles she had with being attracted to Milo and feeling like she was betraying her late husband. But Milo was persistent and wouldn't let up with his pursuit of her. The scenes where Danielle is with her three besties were both hilarious and aggravating at the same time. I say that because I think with my personality, those women would have driven me insane! But I think I would have loved it because there's no one like your tribe. They have your back no matter what. Milo is just delicious in every way. His British accent is to die for. I actually heard him talking in my head whilst I was reading (I couldn't resist adding a British word there...). He's drop dead gorgeous, and he treated Danielle like she was the most precious thing there was. Yeah, he's a keeper! As lighthearted as a lot of the book was with Danielle's tribe and Milo after her job, she is still dealing with the aftermath of her husband's death, the grief and anger her children are feeling at the loss of their father, and now the man responsible for his death is going to trial. There's so much being thrown at Danielle at one time, and if it weren't for her friends and yes, Milo keeping her together, she'd have lost her mind. I loved seeing the relationship between Danielle and Milo grow, although for me, it happened a little too fast. But, love is love and when you feel it, it doesn't matter if it happens over years or happens overnight. Together they were passionate and giving and selfless. For Danielle it was a love like she had never felt before. And for Milo, it was finding love for the very first time. All is not smooth sailing for these two, though, and just when they figure out how they feel about each other, a wrench is thrown through the picture of their future. Corinne really has written an amazing series with these four women, and Danielle's story was the perfect conclusion for this tribe. I hope we see more of them in the future, whether through holiday novellas or perhaps some crossover appearances in future books? She's done it before, I really hope she does it again.

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