2 Stars · Contemporary

Thick Love (Thin Love #2) by Eden Butler

Re-read August 2016

Beware of Spoilers!

Star Ratings:

Heroine (Aly): 19yrs old – 3/5

Hero (Ransom): 18yrs old – 2/5

Plot: 2/5

Grovel: not enough

Cheating: see triggers

HEA: yes if you don’t read the epilogue but then it messes with their romance

Triggers: explicit other woman action, dead first love of the H

Average score: 2/5

Best Line: “you should never, ever say anything stupid to pregnant women

Worst Line: “I killed my first love. It’ the only way I could also kill myself.”

Personal Review:

This was an ok romance between a hot-headed football player and a dancer. The story was a bit long at times. People will hate this book if they don’t like romances with dead partners as the H pretty much spent the whole book thinking about his first love who died.

Also, the author should have not messed with the ending. It ended well and had a good epilogue up until we are informed that they split up 4 years ago and another man has proposed to the h.

Random Ramblings:

  • I don’t normally go for romances were the hero is younger than the heroine but in this case he was only a year younger
  • H doesn’t sleep with women but still gets women off…it’s what he’s known for and we are treated to him getting another woman off in explicit detail in the first chapter…I still think he’s a man-slut
  • Koa was a cutie!
  • The story started to drag a bit around 40%

Overall Feeling:

Didn’t hit me in the feels as much as the first story

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