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    3.5 stars- Rocky middle, but good read overall

    See the Light is a standalone best friends-to-lovers romance. I always have a soft spot for this trope, so I went in really excited and hopeful for an upbeat book chock full of chemistry. To some extent I got that, but this one didn’t quite grab me as much as I’d expected. See the Light starts off really strong, with childhood best friends unexpectedly sharing a studio apartment following a sudden break-up. I liked both characters immediately and loved the premise of a theater make-up artist paired with a theater actor as they try to land that career-defining gig on Broadway. Their close knit bond was evident from the start, as were Max’s unrequited feelings for Jeremy. Unfortunately, when things shifted between the men and moved into more-than-friends territory, the chemistry felt lacking and forced. The emotional angst took hold at that point and seemed more drawn out than necessary, inevitably pulling down the tone of the book. Happily, as the plot progressed and conflicts resolved, things came together and felt more natural to me. Overall, See the Light was a good story with great characters. I’ll definitely continue to be on the lookout for more from this author, but this title wasn’t quite all I hoped for when I read the blurb. *Reviewed via Netgalley for Alpha Book Club*
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    Max and Jeremy

    4.5 stars for this friends to lovers romance. This was a super slooooow burn. It wasn't until a third of the way into the book before these two even share a kiss. There is tons of background and insight into their jobs. I applauded Max for being brave enough to speak up, but his inability to grab ahold of the happiness Jeremy is offering frustrated me. Jeremy's honesty was refreshing. He didn't hold back on what he was feeling until Max pulled away and threw up roadblocks. The ending was really sweet.
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    Friends to Lovers

    I enjoyed this Broadway-focused, friends-to-lovers romance. I learned a lot about the behind the scenes ins and outs of Broadway while getting lost in the slow burn romance between Jeremy and Max. I appreciated that this story wasn't an information dump, but seamlessly incorporated the characters' jobs and interests. Max was my favorite of the two, by far, and he makes some pretty tough decisions. He's so sweet and unaware of his effect on Jeremy. Though Jeremy is late to the party, no thanks so his ungrateful ex, he finally gets there and it's magical.
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