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    Life of Bliss is a trope-y love fest filled with enemies to lovers, fake dating, drunken marriages, secret relationships, and a fling. At first, I worried it would all be too much but Erin McLellan does a wonderful job weaving all the parts together. I was quickly sucked into the story and fell in love with both characters, especially Victor. He was confident in all parts of his life except when it came to Todd and then he just let their chemistry take over. And boy were these two on fire together! Initially, sex is all they have between them but as they spend more time getting to know each other they realize how much they love spending time together. I do wish that Victor had shared his feelings with Todd sooner because most of their problems stemmed from a lack of communication. As far as Todd was concerned, they were just having fun and if they were serious then Todd knows he would have to give up a lot to move to Oklahoma City to be with Victor. This, of course, puts Todd into a tailspin which results in him accidentally hurting Victor when he can’t express how he really feels. Todd clearly struggles with his worry over making the wrong decision so instead, he makes no decisions. This was definitely frustrating as the book went on because I wanted them to be happy! But it’s not all on Todd, because Victor is so worried about losing Todd that he avoids talking about their future. While all that’s going on though, Todd and Victor start to fall in love and they were so cute together. I especially loved their sticky notes to each other, it was so adorable! I also really enjoyed Victor’s family, they were so much fun, and how they welcome Todd at the wedding was so sweet. Todd’s relationship with his parents is rough so he likes the support he finds in the Consuelos family. I would have gladly had more of them in the book! I also about died after reading the epilogue, it was so sweet and the perfect ending to the story.

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