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Released: October 29, 2012
Series: Neighbor from Hell #3
I love her sarcastic humour and crazy characters and although this definitely wasn’t my favourite book in this series I still really enjoyed it and read it cover to cover in a day ~ Under the Covers
Rory James and Connor O’Neil are childhood enemies, since preschool Connor has been tormenting little Rory James; pulling her pigtails chasing off her loser boyfriends and moving in next door, she is the highlight of his day. But now they are in competition for the same contract, only in a fit of madness the client has hired them to work together the whole town knows not to put Rory James and Connor O’Neil in the same room, let alone working closely together for 5 months…!
R.L. Mathewson’s Neighbor from Hell series has been one of my favourite discoveries this year, I love her sarcastic humour and crazy characters and although this definitely wasn’t my favourite book in this series I still really enjoyed it and read it cover to cover in a day.
What I loved most about this book was Connor; like the other guys in this series he was choc full of arrogance and yet you can’t help but love him. It was also adorable how obvious it was that he was completely in love with Rory; he looked out for at the same time as he stole her hot chocolate and tormented her. As for Rory, she was quirky and fun and didn’t let Connor give her too much crap without going to extreme lengths to get him back.
However, despite Rory and Connor’s antagonistic relationship the love story between them was still sweet and really sexy, they definitely had off the charts sexual chemistry.
Another great book in the series, it was hilarious and steamy I highly recommend it!
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