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    Fun addition to the series

    I have been reading the Gamer Girl series since the first book, and they are really so enjoyable. Even though it is a series, each book is fully-contained stand-alone, so you can read them in any order, but you do get the most out of reading them in published order. Make Your Move is a friends-to-lovers story that focuses on Shannon, a game designer, and her friend Tyler. When Shannon needs a roommate, she's reluctant to let Tyler move in because months ago, Tyler kissed her, and she has no romantic feelings for him at all. Plus, he's dating her work nemesis to boot! But with them living in close proximity, Tyler's feelings continue to grow, and Shannon starts to understand that maybe there is something good to be found in loving someone else and being loved in return. Their road to an HEA is paved with little bumps from the outside, but they do get there eventually, and the story is worth the read.
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    Fun gamer story

    This book is the 3rd and final book in this series and it is Shannon O'Rourke's story. Shannon has never been in love but would love to be. She just needs to feel a strong connection to someone before she can even begin to think about dating them. When Shannon's roommate moves out the only person interested in moving in who is normal is her friend Tyler, the same one who kissed her at Gwen's wedding when she felt nothing. Shannon lets Tyler move in even though he may still have feelings for her. As Shannon gets to know Tyler better, she starts to realize that she has a connection to him but there is a problem....now Tyler is dating one of Shannon's co-workers...Megan...whom she does not like. All through the story just when it looks like things may go Shannon's way and she will get her happy ending....she gets thrown a curve ball....both in her personal life or her professional life. When Shannon finally realizes what it is that she truly wants out of life her happiness starts to fall into place. Overall I enjoyed this book. At times it seemed as though the story was jumping all over the place but I really did like the general story. I love the ideas of the types of games she would try and design....sounds like a fun job. Tyler sounds like a perfect, dreamy guy! Together they made a fun couple.
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    Great book!

    ARC: Make Your Move is about ,Shannon,a girl who loves to make board games. She currently works for a company that makes children’s games but Shannon really wants to make games for adults. The book follows Shannon as she works at this company while working through troubles in her daily life, whether it be from family, co-workers, or friends. Make Your Move was a great book! It is a very easy read and was captivating from page one. I really enjoyed reading this book, because it was light and at times funny. The characters were well written and as I was reading I really felt like I was there with them. This was a relatable book and offered a lot of great quotes to keep in mind. I highly recommend this book! You get workplace drama, comedy, and a love story all in one book. I will definitely be buying this book for my friends!
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    Difficult

    Thank you netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was a bit of an awkward romance where the heroine doesn't want to have the hero as a roommate because he used to have a crush on her but then she ends up having a crush on him and he is no longer interested. Both were incredibly bland and lacked chemistry and sexual tension. Ending was rushed and unbelievable, he only returns her feelings after he finds out the chick he was dating was dishonest. Just plain brutal to read.
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