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  • a flipping five-star read

    New Jerk In Town by Sylvie Stewart a flipping five-star read. This is number two in the Carolina Kisses series, I have read and enjoyed this author before but there was something special about this one, something that just made e smile more than the others. I adored the slow burn romance and the flashbacks made the story for me, they just added this extra layer that helped me get to know and understand Milo and Jill, it gave the story the depth it needed. I loved how it was light but there was an underlying tension that peaked and flowed and just gave it the realness that made you care so deeply for them all. This will have you laughing out loud and holding your heart and hoping it doesn’t break, there is just something about this story and something special about all of the characters, I can easily say that this was my favourite read by this author.

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  • Plenty of bickering, snarky banter, and insults

    Jill and Milo first met when they were 16 and 18 respectively and while that meeting was memorable in its own fashion, they spent that summer thick as thieves until Milo did something that was unforgiveable in Jill’s eyes. Fast forward 12 years and both are now back in the same small coastal town. Once upon a time, they called each other best friend – now even the word enemy seems too mild for the depth of their ill-feelings. I enjoyed this well-written enemies-to-lovers/romantic comedy, although I found it took a while to get going and I almost gave up. I’m glad I didn’t. I loved the snarky banter, insults, and name-calling between Jill and Milo as neither one gave an inch in their constant bickering. The story is told via dual POV’s including flashbacks to that fateful summer. There’s plenty of antagonism, drama, humour, and snark, and eventually some pretty steamy encounters as this couple took a very long and bumpy journey to their HEA. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Awesome

    Another great funny love story. I just loved the charaters.

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  • Fun, sexy, swoon-worthy

    I'll admit, it took me a little to warm up to both Milo and Jill, because they *really* can both behave like perfect jerks towards each other. But after that initial reluctance, I fell very much in serious like with the two of them. The story has all the good stuff I expect from a Sylvie Stewart book - flawed, but likeable characters (really, they aren't that bad once you get to know them... ;) ), witty banter, heartbreaking as well as heart-melting moments, and a good dose of heat. As an added bonus, it was fun to reconnect with Felicity, Ted, and Haley from "The Nerd Next Door".

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  • great read

    The is book number #2 in the Carolina Kisses series. Milo Papatonis is the one that got away and broke Jill's heart. Jill seems thinks that he is rude, selfish, and the man that crushed her dreams when they were kids. Is Milo still the same person? What does the future hold for them both? The bantering back and forth between the characters is great and will have you laughing. There are also heartwarming moments and times when I didn't what was going to happen next. This was a great read and a great addition to this series and I can't wait for the next book in this series to come out. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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