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    Fun story of with laughs and heat!

    This is a fast paced, fun, quick read! Set in the Boyfriend Material Series world, we get Lola's story. Lola is on a mission for her little sister, who she practically raised as her own child.  This mission also puts her back into the world of Lucas, her ex-friend and possibly more.  But circumstances and immaturity had stopped it before it even began. Lucas is also wrangled into this mission by his younger brother, who he also practically raised as his own. But the love and enabling man that he is, he thinks that he can do this scavenger hunt with Lola with practicality and no feelings involved. Oh boy when Lola and Lucas meet up again the sparks fly and in no time at all the chemistry between them blazes white-hot.  The friendship that was lost and the love that was stifled comes back in full force. The secondary characters are amazing and bring so much more to the story! Do I see hints of some new stories in the future too?  I hope so! Another stellar story from Ms. Blakely, well done!
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    Prepare to lose your swoon-filled hearts to Lucas

    One Night Stand-In is the third book in the ‘Boyfriend Material’ series by Lauren Blakely, and Lucas Xavier might simply be the best of these three ‘boyfriends’. Not because he’s sweet and endearing- alright, okay, he is… in the end, but in the beginning, he’s a bit of a grouch. He and Lola Dumont have known each other since they were college freshmen and had been best friends right up until senior year. They were almost more, once, but things happened- as they do- and they instead of becoming lovers, they became enemies. Not even their friendship survived. What did survive was a lack of trust and an intense dislike. Now, ten years later, they’re thrown together in a search for their younger siblings’ belongings which had been thrown out of their apartment by their landlord.. Cue for a scavenger hunt. Neither wanted to do it or spend time with the other, but are being forced to do it anyway by their own innate sense of responsibility. It gives them time to reunite, to remember the past before it went bad. It brings back memories and instigates wants and desires. It’s a fun, sexy and somewhat tumultuous trip down memory lane and a reminder of what they once could have had. Both Lucas and Lola are wary of love and relationship, not from their own experiences, but from how they grew up. Both had parents that were lacking in the ‘parental’ department so they were scared. They were scared ten years ago, and they’re still scared. But, can the older partnership find a way to recognize true love when it blows into their world? Well, with chemistry like theirs, what do you think? Snarky banter, sexy innuendo and cute adventures (llamas and alpacas for the win), a race against time shows them that nothing has really changed between them. It’s as hot today as it was back then. Grab this One-Click and cheer Lucas and Lola to victory.
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    Delightful second-chance romance

    Lola and Lucas are good sports as they take on a scavenger hunt around NYC. If you can ignore the improbability of the premise, the rest of the book is divine. Lola and Lucas, friends in college until "that one night," are roped into helping their younger siblings - who are blissfully in love - by finding their possessions after they were evicted with no notice by a landlord who was tired of their bickering. The clues to each of the five places where some of their stuff is hidden all revolve around a disagreement that our young couple has had, requiring Lola and Lucas to practically read the minds of the couple in question who are currently on a cruise and therefore completely unavailable for questions. Why they didn't just call a lawyer or the police is beyond me, but of course if they had, Lola and Lucas wouldn't have been forced to spend time together and subsequently rekindle their romance. It took me longer than I would have liked to move past my "why are you letting this landlord get away with this?" frustration, but once I did I was fully able to enjoy the romance itself. Lola and Lucas are clearly made for each other, and their spark and chemistry really made it easy to root for them. This author's proven talent for finding the humor and poignant insights in everyday situations is on full display here, resulting in a story that will make you laugh and make you think at the same time. And as a bonus, we get a llama vs. alpaca debate that was absolutely adorable. Having met Lola in the earlier Boyfriend Material books, I was delighted to read her story and rejoice in her HEA. The resolution to the whole landlord story gave Harrison far more than he deserved, but was a nice touch nonetheless. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Another boyfriend winner from Lauren!

    This is the 3rd story in the Boyfriend Material series and this one is just as good as the other two. I don’t know how Lauren can keep writing such great stories, but I’m glad she does. This is a very fast paced story that happens over a 24 hour period with Lola and Lucas, who were friends in college and were on the verge of becoming more when their friendship fell apart. They are now thrown together on a scavenger hunt for their siblings who are in a relationship together. They quickly learn that the chemistry between them never went away and once they start working on the scavenger hunt it just grows from there. I loved these two together and the way that they were so comfortable with each other and how they both had a love of art and drawing. And let’s not forget the smoking hot chemistry these two had for each other. Love it!! If you haven’t read this story yet, I don’t know what you are waiting for. Trust me, you’ll love it!!
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    Awesome second-chance romance!

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title in exchange for an honest review** Lauren Blakely has a way of drawing you into her stories from the get-go with engaging characters and storylines and One Night Stand-In was no exception. This second-chance romance had me from the outset. Lola Dumont is a graphic designer and book cover artist. She's just starting her own business and continues to work with her friend Amy at the publishing house. She's independent, smart and isn't afraid to be who she is. Lucas Xavier has known Lola since college when they had an almost relationship. They went from close to rivals as Lucas is now a graphic designer as well and the two sometime find themselves in competition with one another. When Lola's sister and Lucas' brother, who are dating, send word to their siblings that they need their help to go on a scavenger hunt to find their belongings, things get really interesting! They are forced to work together and they reconnect over the 24 hours they have to find the items. They examine their feelings for one another, find out things about themselves and learn to trust again. Will this bring these two to the conclusion that they are better together rather than apart? I really enjoyed this book and it's one I would definitely recommend. Lauren Blakely never leads us astray with her fantastic stories!
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