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  • Messy

    This was my first book read by Katie Porter, and it wasn't a favorite. The characters are Alec and Harlow. The book is told in duel point of view which is my favorite writing style. The book starts off with Harlow getting sexual with Alec without him knowing who she is. After that she lets him know she is his ex best friends daughter and her dad is dying. Things move pretty fast in the book. Alec hasn't seen his ex best friend in over 20 years and now he's moving him and his daughter in his home. He doesn't want to get together with his friends daughter but falls for her anyways. Harlow is into Alec the first moment she seen him. I wasn't really a fan of this book. They didn't even know each other and were all over each other from the beginning. #Messy #NetGalley ** I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Emotional but good

    During his earlier life her father Silas was a rockstar, he was the bass player of The Skies until he walked away, Harlow never knew that man, just the bitter miserable version she is looking at now. Silas is dying and he wants to return to the UK, he expects Harlow to put her life and career on hold. On arrival in London she manages to call in some favours until she is standing in Alec Davies' dressing room. She tells him that Silas is in London and that he has come home to die. An emotional story that will have you reaching for a tissue. With thanks to NetGalley and Lorelie Brown for the early read.

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