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    Windy City Bachelors, Book 2

    I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced reader copy of this book, Much Ado About Bachelors by Caitlyn Blue. I loved reading Windy City Bachelors book 1 (Emma & Zach), The Trouble With Bachelors, very much and thought it was positively wonderful but somehow I love this book even more. Maybe it's because I already know the characters. They feel like old friends I'm getting to hang out with. They are just so much fun and outrageously entertaining. I love the closeness and love they all feel for each other. They know the true meaning of family and are always there for one another. They are very real, relatable and believable. I couldn't help but love them. All of this is thanks to the marvelously talented, Caitlyn Blue. Each book in the series is a standalone with its own HEA but is much more enjoyable if read in order as it is about a fun group of young women (cousins, sisters and friend) that share a house together and one after another find love. Sarah and Reed have been coworkers and friends for about 6 months but Sarah has been wanting more than friendship for pretty much that whole time. Sensing that if she acted on her feelings, she would scare Reed and not only blow any chance for a romantic relationship but would also lose him as a friend and that was a chance she was not willing to take. His friendship meant way to much to her, if that is all she could have with him then so be it. Then Reed's cousin, Jackson came to visit and things began to change. Reed didn't like how Jackson was paying attention to Sarah. And Sarah couldn't handle how her sister, Brynn was flirting with Reed when they met for drinks and dancing. Sarah decided it was time to shake things up a bit and see how Reed would react. Begin, Operation Seduction! Sarah ends up pretending to be drunk and makes a pass at Reed. This definitely gets his attention and his motor revving but is it too much, too fast for Reed? Has Sarah gone too far and destroyed the close relationship that she and Reed had? Reed seems to be very appreciative of Sarah's advances and return the attraction but is he only interested in a one time thing or could he want more, like Sarah does?

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