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Often by Danielle Norman Review

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Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations…

 

He wore suits and I wore biker boots.

He went to university and I went to trade school.

He lived in a big home and I lived in a tiny apartment.

 

When my world was turned upside down, he took me in his arms and promised to help me find a new direction. Now I’ve lost my job, been separated from my friends, and any day an eviction notice was bound to show up.

 

Unfortunately, my journey was tougher than he had imagined.

When nothing goes right, look who’s left.

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I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

My Rating: 4 Stars

Wooooooowza this book was hot! Hot as in, all hail Danielle Norman and her character’s sexual chemistry. There was so much angst and longing, it kept me turning pages like crazy. I would like this level of chemistry in real life please and thank you.

Leo was a total freaking badass MC – the girl could easily kick my ass, but she’s also a relatable character, one I’d like to be friends with in real life. She showed a really great vulnerability that made her so easy to connect with throughout the book.

I loved the added mystery twist to this book as well, it had me hooked and intrigued. It was both a great way to pull the characters together, and a thrilling plot addition. Though I’m normally wary of mystery plot lines in my romance books, I didn’t mind this one at all! It was extremely well done.

My Takeaway: A gripping, steamy read, perfect for a lazy day. I haven’t read this entire series, but I absolutely plan to!

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