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    Fantastic

    Fantastic read that I just loved! This had a great storyline with a bit of a role reversal in the characters. Fallon is a party girl who has the reputation to match. Cade is sweet, sensitive, and generally the type of guy every girl is looking for. Fallon has decided to put her bad girl ways aside while completing her internship - no work hookups allowed - but can the temptation of Cade have her rethinking that decision?? This is a great NA read and I highly recommend it.
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    Certainly lives up to the first book in the series

    Fallon's more interested in temporary fun than a relationship, and her partying ways have earned her both a reputation and nearly failing grades. But while she may not have the heart or the confidence to fix the relationship problem, she's determined to pick up her grades, succeed at her internship, and achieve the career she's always wanted for herself. However, the internship will become a paid position for one lucky participant, and she'll work her butt off to be the one selected — but she has to keep her focus. Cade works with therapy dogs, bringing canine comfort to ailing patients, and it doesn't hurt that he's drop-dead gorgeous and genuinely nice. But Fallon accepted a bet that she wouldn't mix business with pleasure, and staying away from the one guy who might just get past her walls is proving to be a lot harder than she expected. The Verdict: I'm not usually a fan of characters who sleep around due to some issue in their past, but Fallon was different than most. While she certainly had some problems when it came to commitment, she never really played the woe-is-me card, and her refusal to be ashamed of her promiscuity had me respecting her before I had a chance to judge her. Sure, a bad experience had turned her off to relationships, and she didn't deal with it in the best way, but she never really went into full-on self-destruct mode, and even though she was missing out on the fairy tale, she was enjoying her life as it was. It felt like more of a change in ways than a coping mechanism. Like Fallon, Cade wasn't your typical romance novel alpha male, and while he was definitely hot enough and confident enough to go toe-to-toe with Fallon, he avoided the cliches I expected to find in him. He seemed as much into Fallon after her reputation was laid out for him as he was before, and since he didn't play into things like her typical lusty frat boy, he stood out from all the rest of the potential one-night stands. He didn't overdo it, but he did manage to forge a decent friendship with her, something that made her see him in a different light and begin wanting the same kind of happily ever after her friends had. As could only be expected, Fallon began to compare herself to Cade and felt like she came up short, like he deserved better than a girl who had a long string of guys in her past. That change from her usual brazen pride in who she was got a bit frustrating, but at the same time, it seemed pretty realistic. Everyone has doubts as relationships begin, especially when the object of their attraction and affection seems damned near perfect, and it only makes sense that she'd wonder if her past behavior would become an obstacle. Fortunately, Cade was a much better guy than that, and even as Fallon was busy judging herself, he accepted her for who she was. Just a Little Flirt certainly lives up to the first book in the series, and I love that we even got to visit with Brinley and Mason. Given how different Fallon was from the other characters, this book easily works as a standalone, but I certainly wouldn't suggest passing up the fun that is Just a Little Crush. So far, this series has everything I love about the New Adult Romance genre, but Renita Pizzitola adds a bit more depth and uniqueness to her characters than you'd usually find in this category, and it's that difference that really makes the stories stand out. ***FicCentral received this book from Random House LLC (via NetGalley) for free in exchange for an honest review.
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    Enjoyed It!

    I'm not a fan of the New Adult sub-genre because I have yet to read a New Adult book that did not have me annoyed at or bored with the juvenile antics or whining of the characters and the angst-driven story-lines. Well, that is until Just a Little Flirt. Honestly, I was not expecting much when I started reading it, but it was a pleasant surprise and actually has me rethinking my stance on the genre. Fallon Carr is a well-known party girl but all the partying and random hook-ups have distracted from her studies and her grades have tanked. With the start of her internship at a pediatric ward, she vows to keep her party-girl lifestyle separate from work and not get involved with anyone at work. Her end goal is the paid position that would be opening up at the end of the internship. The first test of her resolve comes when she realizes that the hottie she had a run-in with on her first day at the hospital also volunteers at the pediatrics wing and she would be working closely with him. Fallon's first encounter with Cade Ryan and his panty-dropping smile and sexy arms cost her her shirt which she didn't mind much because she thought he was a visitor. Now that she has to work with him, she has a hard time keeping her mind on her job. This is a very enjoyable coming-of-age story and the characters were very well-written. Both characters exhibited a lot of maturity for their ages and Cade is the boyfriend every girl of Fallon's age dreams of - fun, patient, kind, attractive and he's also good with kids and dogs. I enjoyed seeing their relationship grow slowly and also that it was not just about hopping into the nearest bed. They took the time to get to know each other and become friends. Even though Fallon's self-esteem issues caused her to nearly ruin what she had with Cade, I love that he was willing to give her time to work through them. I found myself smiling a lot as I read this and will recommend that anyone on the fence about the genre start here. *I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*
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