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    LOVED!

    LOVED this book! It's light, sexy, and fun. In true HGTV fashion renovations lead to a fantastic happily ever after. Ivy and Jackson were such fun characters and the chemistry jumped from the pages. Most people would think they hated each other seeing as they can't be in the same room without snapping at each other. Yet when Ivy takes on a project that is well over her head she knows the only person she can turn to is Jackson. Who knew working together to renovate an old Victorian was a great way to work through your frustrations with a person! Definitely a fun read and a book I highly recommend.
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    A really fun read with great chemistry.

    Ivy is a commitment-phobe when it comes to love. Having horrible role models for parents has made her give up ever finding love. Jackson is a fling that could have been more if she had been willing to give it a go. But ever since she cut him off being in the same space has only led to a war of words. Which is tough since he is her best friend Savanna's brother. And Savanna is marrying Ivy's cousin, so it is not possible to avoid him completely Too bad she can't help being attracted to him. Then she decides to try branching out career-wise, by flipping a house that she has loved since childhood and has now come on the market. But home makeover TV shows are misleading and Ivy realizes she's bitten off more than she can chew. So Jackson is sent to rescue Ivy by his sister. And yep, fireworks of every kind ensue. Jackson is looking to settle down and the only one he wants is Ivy. And he is will to do anything be anything she wants to finally make her see that he can be the one to help her overcome her fears and always put her first in his life. Now she just has to convince her to see things his way. And he knows she's not going to make it easy on him. I received an Advanced Reviewers Copy from the Publisher via #NetGalley for voluntary review consideration.
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    3.5stars

    3.5stars So in this book, we see just Ivys POV which is a little bit frustrating. Why because we see like all breakups not just here, but a few of her mother breakups. And from time to time she was annoying with her rules and for me was like she is touring herself. Jackson was an ok guy, likable for him hat down because he finds a way to break the walls Ivy had built. It doesn't show him like he is some alfa male but in the end, he does get a girl. They are some funny interaction while rebuilding the house. The chemistry between Ivy and Jackson is hot and I was satisfied that Ivy changed her mind and left love in her life. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Heartwarming With All The Feels!

    Heartwarming With All the Feels! Great, fun and an engaging romance, that was so enjoyable to read. As well as a mixture of a couple of my favorite tropes Best Friend’s Big Brother and Enemies to Lovers Romance. A great mix of everything I adore in a story, humor, heart, animosity and heat. 
Ivy Clarke tends bar, to make ends meet, and doesn’t believe in Love. How can she, after she has seen, the havoc and destruction love left in its wake, her whole life. Vulnerable and dysfunctional when it comes to relationships, unable to rely on others, she goes through her life keeping herself closed off. Her best friend Savannah, is disgustingly in love and engaged to Linc, and since she is going to be the maid of honor in their wedding, Ivy must try to get along with Savannah’s brother Jackson Gamble till the wedding is over. As long as she can stay away from him, she just might be able to ignore the way that Jackson’s drives her crazy in both irritation and turning her on. Seeing him at the engagement party with a date, they decide on a temporary truce. But when Ivy comes across a for sale sign, at the only place that had felt like home, her mother’s best friend, Dixies’, Victorian house, she comes up with a plan and convinces Dixie to let her renovate it and split the profits. But soon, Ivy is over her head, and Savannah surprises Ivy by sending her brother, Jackson to her rescue. As these two work closely together to renovate, will they be able to resist their attraction to one another? Will Jackson break down Ivy’s walls? You will need to read to find out. Great heartwarming read! 
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Worth the wait!

    Ivy and Jackson's story--finally! In many ways, this book was absolutely worth the wait--I loved Ivy and Jackson together. When they were getting along and even when they weren't, it was a lot of fun to read their back-and-forth banter. (Jackson's morning coffee messages were some of my favorite bits! So adorable.) Ivy had some major issues to work through, though (and Jackson has the patience of a saint, fortunately) which made the romance of this book move at about the same pace as Savannah and Linc's ( 12 Steps to Mr. Right ); in other words, agonizingly slow at times, because did I mention Ivy's issues? Once again. I really think being able to see Jackson's side of things would have alleviated some of the frustration of reading--over and over again--about how Ivy just doesn't believe in love all the while she's (wait for it!) falling in love with Jackson. So, yeah. Parts toward the middle had me feeling a bit stabby toward our heroine, but like in Savannah's book, a fabulous ending made up for so much of what had come before. I almost don't remember the aggravating bits ;) Plus, Black Widow and Loki. And a reading nook not always used for reading. There's pretty much nothing else I need. Well, maybe some man glitter... Rating: 4 stars / B+ I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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