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    Fabulous

    Loved it didn’t want to put it down. Great characters can’t wait to read the next episode. Will keep this author in my favourites.
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    Funny laugh out loud and a brilliant read.

    Katie McCoy is the mistress of hilarious Rom/Coms and this first book of the brand new Rascals series just proves it. Rascal was Emerson and Alex’s story. It was sweet and tender, but with moments of gut-busting amusement. (See their first encounter) It also had some super swoony moments that made me go ‘awwww’. Of course there was that one time that Emerson was a bit of a douche, but he made up for it. For me, this was just the perfect book to sit back and relax with a glass of wine and my favorite snack. Not a lot of angst, no O/W or O/M drama and just a lovely ending to a fantastic story. Looking forward to Chase and Kelsey’s story next.
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    Read this in one sitting!

    Wonderful story. Light and funny. I absolutely loved Emerson. From the very first page I was laughing and couldn’t stop. This author creates characters that had me falling in love immediately. I need more of these sexy men! I loved Alex even more. She is just like every single woman trying to succeed in life. Rascal is sexy and fun with lots of flirty moments! Grab this tonight!
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    Rascal

    Great book, I couldn't put it down, good characters and i can't wait to read the rest of the series.
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    Romantic Rascal is Charming and Delightful

    Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review Rascal is the first entry in Katie McCoy’s newest series. It pairs Alexandra (Alex) Matthis and Emerson Hayes following a mildly embarrassing and utterly endearing meet cute over women’s feminine hygiene products that was later complicated by a power outage in an ATM lobby. Almost attorney Alex later discovers that her run-in with Emerson is not a one-off, as he owns and manages the newly-constructed bar below her apartment. From there, their relationship transforms from an awkward introduction, to mildly adversarial tenants, to a fake coupling, before evolving into an actual, honest-to-goodness adult relationship. Of course their relationship is complicated by his social status and its potential benefits to her career, but in the end, Alex and Emerson are able to overcome these obstacles on their way to happily-ever-after. McCoy is excellent at cultivating chemistry amongst her couples, and Alex and Emerson in Rascal are no exception to this. This story is another example of McCoy’s ability to write authentic, real-life relationships that feel genuine and are engaging to romance readers. I will say that, for me, the resolution seemed too easily achieved, to a certain extent. But, the cute, sweet, charming nature of Alex and Emerson’s whirlwind romance is a joy, and negates any minor flaws in the plot. This is a delightful and pleasant start to McCoy’s latest series, and, given the secondary characters introduced in this book (who will surely have greater roles in the future), I anticipate the upcoming installments in the Rascals series.
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