Saturday, October 7, 2017

Neighbor From Hell 9: Delectable Review...


Reese Bradford is a typical Bradford, he enjoys his food, is easy on the eyes, and has a killer smile, but there's one thing about him that he doesn't want anyone to know about, which of course is the first thing that his ex-fiance makes sure that everyone finds out about after she leaves him for his best friend. Out of options, he reluctantly heads out of town to spend the summer in the cottage that he'd rented for his honeymoon only to find himself tormented by a woman that never should have crossed his mind twice. 

More intrigued than he'd ever thought possible, he can't help but wonder about the woman that made him smile.


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REVIEW

The newest book in the Neighbors from Hell series is here and AMAZING!

So this was Reese’s book and I was expecting Aidan’s (but his is next), that’s okay though because it was a fun little surprise.  Reese has just been through a scandal and is on leave from the police force until it settles.  He unlike his brothers and cousins is indeed a virgin.  But while he is on leave he realizes that he doesn’t know what he wants in life.  He has lived in his twin brothers shadow for so long that he isn’t sure where to go next.  Enter Kasey and her daughter Mikey!  This sassy, self-destructive woman and her daughter are a force to be reckoned with.  But Reese and Kasey have both been through a lot and don’t want to give into their feelings.  Can they let go and give in?  Does Reese propose again?  Are old friendship mended? 

Gah…every character was so much fun.  I think this is my favorite so far (yes I say that about every book but hey it’s true) they get better as the series continues.  I love how a kid was incorporated into the mix and that is how the girl was won.  The plot was the most interesting.  The relationship between these two wasn’t like the rest of the characters either.  It was a very unique book for this series.

If you were to read just one book in this series this is the one I would recommend.  They can be read out of order but are so much better when you read them in order.  All 9 of them one right after the other.  I can’t wait to read Aidan’s book and then whoever comes after that!  I am really excited for Mackenzie’s book we need another girl in the mix!

5 disastrous stars!