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Released: June 26, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Friend-Zoned #2
This was a sexy and emotional book mixed with a gorgeous tortured hero and a sassy heroine and bundles of humour ~ Under the Covers
Natalie Kovac and Asher “Ghost” Collins have always had a contentious friendship, and having the hottest sex either had ever experienced didn’t help so they decided to avoid each other. But Nat has recently moved and it is hard to avoid your next door neighbour so they agree to become friends again, but is friendship enough to satisfy either of them?
This is the second installment of the Friend-Zoned series, if you haven’t read the first one Friend-zoned then I highly recommend you give it a shot, especially before reading this book. Love Thy Neighbour was great, it had all the characters I loved from the previous book and we get to have the story of the intense, sexy and silent Ghost and the Feisty Nat.
What was great about this book was how damn sexy it was, Nat and Ghost set the pages on fire with their passion and lust for one another. It also helped that Asher was a little of a Dom in the bedroom (or car, or boardroom….) which really brought the heat level up, Asher giving out commands is sexy as hell. Although this was markedly hotter than the first book in this series, it was just as sweet, Asher and Nat were a great couple in and out of their bedroom hijinks.
But, what I like most so far about this book and this series is the humour, it is sarcastic and witty and it will keep me coming back for more. Not only is there some funny shenanigans going on, but the banter between the characters and the internal monologue is hilarious as well. The only issue I had was that towards the end of the book everything became quite rushed, especially the issue of Nat’s fertility, it was a big issue but it seemed like it was just tacked on to the end.
This was a sexy and emotional book mixed with a gorgeous tortured hero and a sassy heroine and bundles of humour, I can’t wait to read Ms Aurora’s next book.
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