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    Never Been Kissed Sweet

    This is the first book by Brooke Williams that I have read and I was extremely impressed. This was a wonderful book. A romantic tale that has not been told before. If any of her other books are like this book then I am going to be a new fan for life. In this book Megan is a self-employed voice over artist. She works from home and is reclusive. She is not social and she doesn't communicate with people face to face. When she gets talked into taking her sister Molly's place in a local tv show called "The Leftover" she starts to panick. This show is a mild form of the show "Survivor" Megan worries she will not get past round one, but she is loyal to her sister and will try her best. A paramedic named Cane was dumped on the live tv show Accept This Dandelion. Heartbroken, he throws his self into work, pushing his friends away. He decides to accept a position as the medic for The Leftover. He will be on site to take care of the contestants if they are injured during the show. He meets Megan and she is cute and shy. She may just be what he needs to mend his broken heart. This is such an adorable adaption of romance. It is like that movie "Never Been Kissed" with Drew Berrymore. Megan reminds me of Drew's character. Megan has never been kissed or had a boyfriend. She is so shy and scared. In this book she really grows and blossoms into a flower. Gaining confidence and developing friendships, something she was never able to do before. It is wonderful reading her story as she grew into herself. She is truly inspiring. This is a wonderful read, full of life lessons. Not only were the characters developed, the story was well plotted out. The story flowed smoothly and was not rushed. It was a new take on romance from a different angle. This could really be a Hallmark movie or Rom-Con. I highly suggest this book to all you Hallmark romantics out there. You won't regret it. *ARC provided by Brooke Williams
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    A fun, clean rom-com!

    I received an ARC of this book with the option of leaving an honest review. Megan Malone is a protagonist that I think a lot of readers can relate to; introverted, brainy, and plain when compared to her bubbly, athletic, and attractive sister. I thought Megan's inner dialogue was convincing, a blend of awkwardness and bravery, given her age and previous social interactions. Cane's inner dialogue was equally compelling and what one would expect from a man trying to move on from having his heart broken by a woman who he thought was the love of his life. The premise and setting mirrored the tv show "Survivor" with its challenges, backstabbing and scheming, and people you love or love to hate. Williams did a wonderful job with setting the tone of the plot early on, making it easy for me to know what I was getting myself into immediately; a fun and easy-to-read story. I was relieved when the plot did not devolve into "virginal, awkward woman discovers the joy of sex." First, it's been done and re-done about a billion times in literature and on the screen. Second, I don't care for that type of "romance." Williams keeps it clean, which allows more readers the opportunity to enjoy a fun and easygoing plot. If you are looking for an easy-to-read, clean, romantic comedy with a female protagonist you can relate to, make sure to grab a copy of The Leftover by Brooke Williams!
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    It's a rom-com, definitely, but it has a lot of depth. Depth of characters. Megan is one of those characters that it seems everyone knows, and sometimes you have to push them to do things. Megan and Cane have some kind of connection and it's not just the journey into each other's arms, but also the journey for each of them to discover who they are and to get over their past. I liked this story, and I will read more from Williams

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