Best one yet – snarky and full of witty dialogue
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Best one yet imho. Eden takes things to another level with the third entry in the Fake Boyfriend series and gives us a wonderfully snarky relationship between a sports journalist and a closeted ice hockey player.
I loved pretty much everything about this narrative, from the smart and nerdy Lennon to the sweetly vulnerable Ollie.
Either way, this story had me wrapped round its little finger from the off, when Ollie bumps into Lennon when he’s escaping his overprotective and insanely supportive family by hiding in the Men’s Loo and outs himself by accident.
Lennon’s a wonderful character, he’s funny, a bit scared from teenage experiences and a bit determined to not let Ollie ruin his career because they’re falling for each other. The scenes with Ollie’s family, who know him as Clark because he looks like Superman’s alter ego, were among the best in the book.
There’s appearances from our other favourite pairings, Maddox and Damon and Noah and Matt just to reassure the reader their happy ever afters are still firmly on track and we get some new pairings which have now been confirmed by Eden as the subjects of books four and five (and I personally cannot wait for both!)
This book was just a delight to read, a bit of angst, lots of amazing chemistry and some joyously emotional and physically connected smexy times and very little in the way of miscommunication plot drivers.
Everything felt organic, the romance between the two was well paced and felt utterly believable and I loved it all. Put it this way, I started reading it at 11pm and went to bed at 3am when I’d finished it 🙂
#ARC kindly provided by the author in return for an honest and unbiased review