Author: Laura Lee
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages: 267 pages
Published: September 1, 2015
How were they supposed to know that one night would change everything?
Devyn has life all mapped out. She just needs to accomplish one more thing before graduating college and becoming a full-fledged adult—lose her virginity. And who better to assist her than her best friend, Riley?
Riley is the self-proclaimed king of fling. His college years have been filled with meaningless hookups until the one night that ruined him for all other women. The one night he spends with his best friend, Devyn. Right before he screws it all up.
Balls to the wall, baby!
Now five years later, Riley is determined to atone for his mistakes and prove that he can be the man that Devyn deserves. Little does he know that Devyn’s been keeping a secret from him all these years. A big secret. Now he has to figure out how to win back the only girl he’s ever loved while navigating the pitfalls of her unexpected revelation.
Deal Breakers is filled with lots of laughs, a sexy romance, and an overflowing swear jar.
Thank you Netgalley for providing an Arc in exchange for an honest review.
It was hard for me to rate it 3 stars only. I think it’s-me-not-the-book-problem that’s why I ended up not liking this. Well, I still have some facts why I rated it 3 stars.
1. The Characters–Rye and Devyn met when they were in their University, as usual Rye begin to have an interest to Devyn. It ended up for them to become “best friends”. Best friend scenario in this story didn’t hooked up for me. Yes, they were super close sleeping together in one bed. But to asked your best friend to have your first “sex”? Because Devyn has the world problem being a virgin and to have sex with Rye was the best solution before she graduated. Ugh! Not good for me. Tsk. It was also hard to have an attachment to each of them, I tried but I don’t want to blind myself that I would going to like them. 33% when I begun to annoyed to them, and skipping some pages to prevent myself to be embarrassed was my best solution ever.
2. Story-This story was a cliché. I am expecting something extraordinary but oh well, it didn’t. As I said, I didn’t really have an emotional attachment to this story.
It was still good. For readers who wants to have a short read, I would recommend it to you. But, I think it wasn’t just for me.
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