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  • Refreshing!

    This was refreshing, sweet, sexy, and funny. I loved Nash and Chelle together and I especially love that she is older. They brought out what they each needed in each other and the meddling and familiar characters from the past books only added to the fun.

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  • Fake Marriage to Win a Bet Backfires

    I absolutely loved Mansplainer by Avery Flynn, the third and final book in her Last Man Standing series. Mansplainer was bittersweet for me because it is the final book in the series. Avery Flynn did not disappoint with Mansplainer and has delivered an incredible story filled with everything that I love about her books. Mansplainer is an incredible story and I loved reading every moment on every page and could not put it down. Avery Flynn has once again provided her readers with the amazing characters, that I have come to love and expect in her books, they feel like family! I love the lighter moments in Mansplainer, where I found myself smiling and laughing and the bittersweet moments that pull at my heartstrings that cause me to sigh, as I read the heartbreaking moments eyes filling with tears. Mansplainer is filled with such moments, and with so much more. Once again Avery Flynn has shown with Mansplainer that she is a master storyteller. Who does not love hot sexy men, strong females, and loving families who always support one another, they are all such wonderful characters? I love how Avery Flynn managed to find the "perfect" heroine, who is a strong woman on her own, to balance out the billionaire Beckett cousin. I love how Avery Flynn incorporated the title of the book into the love story. Once more her characters in Mansplainer are so believable and charming, they share great chemistry, lots of laughs, and steamy romance. Mansplainer delivers all those things that I love most about romantic comedies. I love that Avery Flynn writes from the perspective of the two main characters and uses vocabulary that characters. Mansplainer is filled with all those things that I have come to love and expect in an Avery Flynn romantic comedy, especially the poignant and bittersweet moments that filled this page turner. Mansplainer is the story of Nashville “Nash” Beckett, and Michelle “Chelle” Finch, executive director of Finch Foundation and author. Who does not love a love fake marriage/age gap love story? Nash and his cousins, Griff and Dixon agree to a last man standing challenge. The winner gets to open the untagged final Christmas present from their late grandmother, Betty. The deal is that each one of them must agree to go on six dates with the first person that responds to their profile on the Bramble dating app. Chelle needs to get married quickly to fulfill the conditions of her late father’s will that requires that she be married to remain the executive director of the family foundation. Nash sees this as the best solution for him, six dates with someone he does not love, and the gift is his. Nash explains the last man standing bet to Chelle and they agree to get married. As Nash and Chelle spend more time together going on dates arranged by his cousins, and living together as husband and wife, things begin to change between them, and Nash begins to feel things that he has not felt before. I love that Chelle is willing to allow Nash to read the books that she has written. Neither Nash nor Chelle admits their real feelings for one another. I love Chelle’s pets and how Nash interacts with them. I love how Chelle helps Nash with his mansplaining and how she comes to realize that her issues with his mansplaining have to do with twist changes everything between them. I love the changes that they are each willing to make to have a life with one another. I loved the ending, it was my favorite part of the story, revealing the contents of Grandma Betty’s last Christmas gift. I love the amazing chemistry between Chelle and Nash. I love the characters and the family dynamic in her upbringing than with her relationship with Nash. Chelle has a strained relationship with his uncle, which is heartbreaking. I love Nash and Chelle’s love story, and how an unexpected plot Mansplainer, the characters feel like family and friends. I enjoy all the interactions among the Beckett cousins, it feels like real family love and makes me laugh at their teasing. Who does not love family and friends that always have each other’s backs? Mansplainer is filled with all those things that I have come to long and expect from a romantic comedy, incredible characters, amazing story, light, poignant and bittersweet moments, and surprise plot twists. Avery Flynn did not disappoint in her delivery of those things. I love how she resolved the surprise plot twist; it was truly a heartwarming moment. It was an amazing story and I highly recommend it.

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  • She's older, a marriage of convenience, loved it!

    Nash was quite the surprise! His mansplaining throughout the first two books was annoying but to finally learn what shaped him to be this way was pretty interesting. And I ended up liking him a lot. Chelle was interesting as well. Her upbringing made her a bit closed off, especially from men who tell her what to do. Same girl, same. We learn that Nash has known all along his grandmother's plan for the last Christmas gift. And he perfectly positioned himself to win by entering this marriage of convenience with Chelle Finch. He'll follow all the rules they set with his temporary wife because there's no way he'll develop feelings between now and Christmas. They both agree that this is only temporary so she can keep the foundation she runs and he can win the contest. What he wasn't counting on was how attracted he'd be to his wife. He thought that scratching that itch would be enough but now he'll have to find a way to convince her with forever.

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  • Is It Fake or Is It Real

    Mansplainer by Avery Flynn, the final book in the Last Man Standing series, is a sweet, humorous, and adorable, enjoyable story about a well-meaning Mansplainer who can’t wait to seduce his wife. Michelle Finch finds herself in a dire need of a husband. When her father passed he left an archaic stipulation in his will, stating that in order for Chelle to continue running her foundation she must be married, by the end of the year. With time running out and a male chauvinist, anti-feminist uncle trying to take over, Chell has few options. Encountering an eccentric woman in the park who reads her fortune leads to the next day meeting a stranger at the dog park; someone who believes he has to fix things for everyone. Chelle never expected her soon to be husband to be one, gorgeous, mansplaining Nash Bennett. Nash may be an over the top mansplainer, but he has a huge heart of gold. He really can't control his impulses to help in literally every situation, it's his nature to make everything better; whether you are family, or complete stranger, or even want it. When he meets Chelle, the first person ever to not only take his helpful advice, but to also help guide him away from his mansplainer ways, he can't help but be a little charmed by her. Nash never wanted or even expected to fall for anyone, he knows he’s going to get grandma Betty’s undisclosed present at Christmas. His other cousins have already succumbed to love, and he knows he won’t. He only needs go on six dates, set up by said cousins, with the first woman who answers his dating profile. The rules don’t state she can’t be his wife of convenience. The more time he spends time around Chelle the less sure he actually believes he can avoid getting feelings for her. Chelle is unlike any woman he's ever met and their agreement may have started as temporary, but he might actually like to keep his wife, if only she felt the same. Ms. Flynn wrote another wonderful, fun, humorous, unexpected insta-love story filled with Beckett family shenanigans, sizzling chemistry, clever banter, and entertaining secondary characters that should definitely not be missed. Then there are the puppies, an entertaining cat, meddling family, and that last gift from their grandmother. I highly recommend Mansplainer to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Great end to fun series

    This is the last book of the Last Man Standing series that centers around three cousins, Dixon, Griff and Nash Beckett. The cousin’s beloved grandmother recently died leaving one unopened gift with no tag. The cousins devise a bet to see who will get to claim the gift. All of them will join Bramble, a dating website where you commit to six dates with the first woman to answer the ad, and the last single man standing wins the gift. Of course, the other cousins get to plan the dates, so all’s fair in love and war. Both Dixon and Griff have found their true loves, so now it is Nash’s turn. Nash is the oldest of his three siblings, and because of his parents’ flakiness, he had to take charge. This take charge attitude manifests itself in Mansplaining. Nash thinks he is a shoo-in to win, when his mother introduces him to a friend who needs a favor. Michelle, Chelle, Finch. Chelle needs to be married in order to satisfy her father’s will and to be able to continue to run the family charity. Nash and Chelle agree to a fake marriage that will ensue that they both get what they want. But as anyone that reads fake relationship romance’s, it does stay fake for long. This is a delightful older, full figured woman, younger man romance. I am bummed that this is the end of the series and hope the author turns to the younger cousins for a future series. I received an arc of this book from NetGalley for my honest review.

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