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  • 5 Sand snake dimension stars

    It’s been a while since I’ve lived and breathed a story. I was actually pained every time I had to put this book down. At just over 55% I had to actually deal with life and be an adult, I begrudged every minute of it. When I finished, and yes, it was very much a sprint for me, I needed their story that badly, all I wanted to do was start the book from the beginning again. Yes. It was that good. You’ve read the synopsis I’m sure. You know the basics. I’m just here to say, buy it! Super hot, super cute, super alpha, ex boxer Ryhs Morgan (what a name), who unexpectedly falls for super intelligent, straight laced eco-warrior, Parker Brown, proving that opposites really do attract. Ryhs is foul mouthed and on the brink of bankruptcy. Parker is his golden ticket to solvency. Together they can help each other, and they do. In the best of ways. Both so very protective of each other, and completely over the top cute without realising it. The story is funny, sweet, truly addictive and was a joy to read. I cannot recommend this book enough, if I could give a book more than 5 stars, this would definitely be the one. I received an advanced copy of this book from the author. This is my honest review.

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  • so much fun!

    4-4.5 STARS! I love the fake relationship troupe and this writing duo knocked it out of the park. I love their words individually but combined they are a force to be reckoned with. Parker Brown needs a fake boyfriend to appease her boss that she is in a serious committed relationship. Enter Rhys Morgan... the ex-boxer with a dirty mouth who has come in place of his brother. What they dont expect is something more than just irritation and contempt for one another... that chemistry that is palpable from the start, the need and want to protect the other from the hurt, insecurities and doubts, and when it comes to matters of the heart, the feeling that they have never felt so invested in someone else before (or in the case of Parker, after so many years to finally find that spark again). I loved their interactions, his nickname for her, their different POVs so you could see what the other was thinking and just feel MORE. I hated seeing the inequality that is so present in life today between men and women and Parker's awful boss and his scheming. Above all, I loved their protective feelings toward one another... the care and that something special that only two hearts could recognize when they find their other half. This writing duo was so much fun to read together and I hope we get more from them in the future.

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  • A one-two punch of swoon and sass

    When two contemporary romance powerhouses in their own right join forces and release a book, you know it’s going to be a knockout. Outmatched not only lived up to my sky-high expectations, but it also proved to be a one-two punch of swoon and sassiness I couldn’t put down. Parker Brown is an environmentalist working in green energy. She was born into a rich family, but she’s determined to make her own way and succeed without their help. Parker is a pint-sized powerhouse, she’s a problem-solver and a go-getter. When her misogynistic boss tells her that he only works with people in committed relationships, Parker takes matters into her own hands and hires a fake boyfriend to sway his opinion and offer her a permanent contract. Which is where Rhys Morgan comes in. Rhys is a former prizefighter who has inherited a run-down and bankrupt gym from his deceased father. With the weight of the world on his shoulders, Rhys is struggling to keep all of the plates spinning. When he finds out that his genius baby brother has been hired as Parker’s escort, he puts a stop to the shenanigans and winds up becoming her companion instead. The banter between Rhys and Parker is epic. There is nothing I love more in a book than a slow-burn with fantastic banter, and this one has it in spades. The scorching chemistry between Rhys and Parker is fantastic and there’s a bit of a Pride and Prejudice meets Beauty and the Beast dynamic that I loved. Rhys and Parker may be the main attraction in Outmatched, but the secondary characters are also highly entertaining. Plus, the writing between the pair is seamless, smart, and snappy. There isn’t anything I didn’t like about this book and I really hope we get to see more from this writing duo very soon!

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  • Unexpected Love

    Parker Brown was trying to impress her boss to obtain a permanent position with her dream job and she thought hiring a fake boyfriend was the answer. Rhy Morgan was not what she was expecting but he was definitely the answer!

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  • A writing duo to be reckoned with! 5+ stars!

    When authors decide to write a book together, regardless of whether they've proven to be bestselling writers or not, there's never a guarantee that it's going to click the same way their solo efforts have. Maybe that's pessimistic of me, but experience has taught me this, so naturally, with my excitement over Kristen Callihan and Samantha Young penning a rom-com comes a bit of trepidation. Fortunately Callihan and Young surpassed any and all expectations, coming up with an honest-to-goodness hilarious and heartfelt story about opposites who find common ground and, of course, love and how what starts out as fake becomes very real. The whole enemies-to-lovers vibe was present, so that delicious tension thrummed between Rhys and Parker, making the anticipation palpable. There's an ease in reading this novel, and even with my familiarity with the writing of both Callihan and Young, I couldn't distinguish who wrote what, which is yet another reason why this was such a standout read, as well as one of the standouts in a crowded field of new releases this week. I'm awarding Outmatched five-plus stars. ♥

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