I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I haven’t read any of the previous books in this series. I’ve also never read anything from Amy Andrews before, at least I don’t remember having done so. I think that worked well because I went into this book without any expectations, and I ended up really liking this book. I’m all for the friends-to-lovers trope. I already keep saying that in a lot of my reviews. But that’s not all that I liked in this book.
First, I really liked the part where the hero was also a loving father. I mean, it ups his points. I also liked that the characters of the previous books were present here, but the author didn’t spend so much time trying to acquaint readers with who they were and what their stories were and how their books were played out. You know, I have to say this but there’s this really popular author that I love. However, I get tired of her books sometimes because as you get further into a series, cthce cprcevioucs characters arec still featured and they all get a paragraph or two on what happened in their book, and who needs that, right?
So, going back to this book. It wasn’t perfect, but I really enjoyed this story to the point that I will surely look for the other three books and read them too. I hope I’d love them as much as I did this book.
Reading Order [book-series]
Book 1 – Some Girls Do
Book 2 – Some Girls Don’t
Book 3 – Some Guys Need A Lot Of Lovin’
Book 4 – Some Girls Lie