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New Release Review! FRENEMIES by Emma Hart

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There are some things you just have to deal with.
Like your hot as hell college booty call moving in next door with his adorable daughter.

The only time we’ve ever gotten along is under the sheets. Old habits die hard because two minutes on my front porch is how long it takes us to bicker.

Not that a little fact like that bothers my healthy, eighty-year-old grandmother and roommate who’s determined to see me married before she bites the dust.

Unfortunately for me, she’s got her eye set on Cameron Black.

She’s barking up the wrong tree. He’s not The One, no matter how much I swoon when I see him with his daughter. I have no intentions of rekindling anything with him—until a rubber spider in my mailbox starts off the mother of all neighborhood prank wars, just like the ones we had in college, and throws me right into his path.

One that leads right to his bedroom…

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This one was so much fun!

There was an awful lot of laughing out loud over here while I read Frenemies–and yeah, there might even have been a little bit of snort-laughing as well. (Two words: Grandma Jen. Two more words: prank war.) I mean, you couldn’t help but wonder why the heck past Cameron and Imogen (OMG, love her name!) had been so dead set against being in a relationship, especially since they both secretly wanted to be in one, but at least it made for one heck of a fun story now 🙂

Honestly–a second chance romance between two likable characters, a feisty grandma, an adorable little girl, an almost as adorable Shih tzu (“I didn’t care what she said. I was not getting a dog.” [the next day] “I had a dog.”), an epic prank war, fabulous banter, and of course smoking hot chemistry. It all equals a perfect read to snuggle up with and escape on a winter evening.

Plus, it’s given me a new life goal: start a book club like Grandma Jen’s when I’m (cough) slightly older and looking for new and exciting ways to drive my children (grandchildren? Dare I hope?) batty. 😀

Rating: 4 stars / B+

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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