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    Too many cliches and didn't like the characters

    DNF at 27%. Charley Claybourne is an insurance assessor. She's started up her own business and is about to meet her new client, the billionaire daredevil Chris Lachlan who she has sort of won under false pretences because he thinks she still works for one of the most prestigious firms of loss adjustors in the city. Desperate to calm her nerves she tries to buy some lactose-free chocolate milk only to get into a tug-of-war with a handsome guy over the last bottle. Of course there's a chocolate milk related accident and of course the guy is her new client. I enjoyed the previous books in this series but I couldn't believe in either Chris or Charley and what felt charming, endearing, funny and sweet in the previous books felt laboured. I can't put my finger on what I didn't like. Maybe its the idea of two adults fighting over chocolate milk? Anyway I picked it up and put it down twice - no point in carrying on if reading feels like a chore. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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    Flirtatious and Fun

    Fun and flirty read. Great conclusion to the series.Charlotte (Charlie) and Chris are polar opposites. There first meeting is a funny disaster and it only gets more interesting from there. You will get your fill of laughter. Charlie is cautious and staid. She doesn’t like to take risks and always seems to be running into mishaps. Chris is gregarious, outgoing and adventurous. They have every reason not to be attracted to each other but the heart knows What it wants. This is a quick and fun book that will give you a lovely kick as you read.
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    Fun Romance!

    Lactose-free chocolate milk anyone? Who would have thought it could be the catalyst in a clumsy, intense, insta-connection with a side of awkward and a dash of humor. Between the Billionaire Luxury Vacation property renter Chris and the Risk Assessor for Insurance companies Charlie. Both pushed to their physical and emotional limits, with well-meaning friends rooting from the sidelines. It's a whirlwind romance free for all, with plenty of ups and downs and secrets galore. Sweet, fun, a fast mover, with an enticing storyline and excellent characters, I enjoyed this "meet-cute" romance! This is my first book by Kira Archer, certainly won't be my last!
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    Fun opposites attract!

    This was such a cute, fun opposites attract read! Let go from her job, Charley is trying to start her own assessment company. When her new client, the one who could really get her name out there, ends up being the same man who tried to steal her milk, she’s got concerns. He’s a complete adrenaline junkie, lives an outrageous life and she’s extremely attracted to him. But when her best friend finagles them into going on a trip together, she’s wondering who the risk taker is now? ’He was nothing but the shiny object that would derail her from her plans. The bell to her bird. The squirrel to her dog. Her kryptonite.’ Despite being careful about everything in her life, Charley always ends up in one botched up situation or another. She’s adorkable, accident prone, and too cute for words. I enjoyed watching her try to avoid her attraction to Chris, knowing it was a losing battle. ’He was like a great big ball of golden sunshine that warmed and cheered everyone around him, no matter what their intentions. The man was contagious.’ Chris lives for the adrenaline high, living life on the edge. I loved that he challenged Charley and drew her out of her protective shell. 'The woman had uptight down to a science. And he knew just how to make her unravel.’ From the very beginning they had a spark that grew into intense heat. Their reasons for ignoring the chemistry between themselves believable. This couple were so much fun together. The banter is sharp and quick, cute and engaging. There were some hilarious moments as Charley got herself, and him by association, into various situations. I was a bit disappointed that this character trait tended to die down as the story progressed. However, it was enough to enjoy the thought that the risk assessor was more at risk than the one being assessed. This is a story that will immediately pull you in due to the meet cute and then the continued cute which eventually moves into emotional involvement between the hero and heroine. The conflict was a bit under thought but didn’t take long to resolve. The angst level is definitely low and the heat, once they gave in, was pretty steamy. Mostly, this is just a great feel good story with wonderful characters that make you smile.
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    Great Story

    You have to love a story when it starts with an argument over a carton of chocolate milk! Charley is thrown way out of her comfort zone when she has to do a risk analysis for Chris's company for insurance. The more time they spend together, feelings come into play. He is a risk taker where Charley is cautious because of an accident she was in. Will these two take a risk on love? I loved how the characters are presented in this story the charm and relationship between the characters sets the tone. The details given to the characters and setting is vivid that gives the reader the feeling that they are right there with the characters as the story unfolds. I voluntarily agreed to receive an ARC of this book for an honest review.
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