Thursday, 25 May 2017

Sexy Stranger by Kendall Ryan REVIEW

Sexy Stranger

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From New York Times Bestselling author Kendall Ryan comes a sexy and sizzling, enemies-to-lovers romp with bite. 

He's rude. Arrogant. And too hot to handle.

And she's stranded with him for an entire week.

He knows the sexy stranger doesn't belong in his small town, but he's determined to keep her there. The second she opens her smart mouth, he wants to swap a whole lot more than insults with her. She’s got a secret. But he’s got his own agenda. 

Buckle up. 

A series that introduces you to twins named Luke and Duke (thankfully not on their birth certificates) is always going to keep you amused for the whole book.

I really loved the tone of Sexy Stranger, it was really flirty and fun and it really felt like a "summer book". It's one of those perfect books to read as you're lying on a beach somewhere. 

Sexy Stranger follows Charlotte, driving from New York to California until her car manages to break down. Ignoring the swindling nature of Wayne, the one and only mechanic in the small town, Charlotte can't leave as early as she initially hoped. Charlotte and Luke immediately get off on the wrong foot and it's so funny to watch.

As a city girl who had to move to what I deemed as the countryside but was in fact a town, I really related to Charlotte and her feelings towards the town, especially as she came to love the ways of how things were done and got to know the locals.

I really loved how Kendall explored the romance between Charlotte and Luke, it was clear to see as soon as they gave each other a shot just how well they meshed together. Another thing I loved is how frequently Charlotte and Luke had the same thoughts in their own POV, I felt like it reay served to highlight just why they were good for each other. They come from completely different backgrounds and yet in addition to their attraction to each other they each have similar moral character which is more indicative of soul mates than pretty much anything else so I loved that!

The supporting characters of Duke, Molly and Valentina were all great and I love how they added to the fun, romantic vibe of the book.

Rating: 4 stars

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