4 Star · Contemporary

Living With Doubt by Riann C. Miller

Beware of Spoilers!

Star Ratings:
Heroine (Lacey): 29yrs old

Hero (Jake): 30yrs old

Plot: 4/5

Grovel: none

Cheating: none

HEA: the 5 year epilogue was sweet but would have loved to see some babies

Triggers: none

Average score: 4/5

Best Line: “…because you, Lacey Davis, are worth waiting for”

Worst Line: “What’s there to complain about? I’ll go home with you, we’ll fuck like crazy, I’ll get you off as many times as your body can handle, then we’ll go our separate ways, never to speak of it again.”

Personal Review:
A surprisingly good love story between two egotistical people who hate love!

Random Ramblings
•Usually I don’t like it when the h’s best friend gets a love story of her own because more often than not, most best-friend’s in romances are women who are loud, crass and judgemental (basically the opposite traits of a heroine)
•Stop going on about the women you’ve banged!!
•I did like her sarcastic comments
•His poor dad
•His agent was a piece of shit
•The Milo story was a strange plot turn
•I was in tears by the end

Overall Feeling:

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