I was given this book by the author for an honest review.
This was another one of those books where it was difficult for me to nail down just how many stars to give it. There were things I liked about the book, things that had me scratching my head a little, and things I plain didn't care for.
First with what I liked. Nate was extremely likable. He was a bit shy when it came to women, but that only made him more adorable.
When I started the book it was made to sound as if Nate and Jessie only knew each other through the guy Jessie was dating...Quinn. But as the story goes on, you find out that this wasn't the case. That Nate and Jessie were friends, too. It had me scratching my head a little until I finally just went with the new direction for the sake of the story.
Now for what I didn't like. I wasn't crazy about Jessie's character. I didn't hate her, but there were a few times when I wanted to ask if she was really that blind. No guy...no straight guy, at least...that I know would do half the things Nate does for Jessie and not want to be more than friends. Jessie, however, seems oblivious to it over and over again.
The editing is good and the story has a decent flow outside of that little hiccup on the beginning with the relationship set up.
I would recommend this to people who like friends to lovers romances.
The happy sufferer of a lifelong addiction to mystery novels, Natalie has, sadly, yet to out-sleuth a detective. She has worked as an attorney, a playground supervisor, and a makeup sales clerk, but not in that order. She lives in Connecticut with a husband who makes her believe in Happily Ever After and two children who make her believe in miracles.