Book Review: Deal Breakers (Dealing with love #1)- Laura Lee

Deal Breakers

Deal Breakers (Dealing with love #1)

Laura Lee

Pages: 267

Genres: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary, College, Chick Lit

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Synopsis:

How were they supposed to know that one night would change everything?

Devyn has life all mapped out. She just needs to accomplish one more thing before graduating college and becoming a full-fledged adult—lose her virginity. And who better to assist her than her best friend, Riley?

Riley is the self-proclaimed king of fling. His college years have been filled with meaningless hookups until the one night that ruined him for all other women. The one night he spends with his best friend, Devyn. Right before he screws it all up.

Balls to the wall, baby!

Now five years later, Riley is determined to atone for his mistakes and prove that he can be the man that Devyn deserves. Little does he know that Devyn’s been keeping a secret from him all these years. A big secret. Now he has to figure out how to win back the only girl he’s ever loved while navigating the pitfalls of her unexpected revelation.

Deal Breakers is filled with lots of laughs, a sexy romance, and an overflowing swear jar.goodreads_icon_50x50-f54c5328b635587668f69b12703b6b15Amazon Icon Squared

My Review:

** I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This did not influence my review. **

I enjoyed reading about Devyn’s relationship with Riley. They were close friends from the beginning and he was the only one she could trust with an important task before she graduated.

I really liked how Riley saw Devyn as more than just a girl, but saw her as a person with a personality and beauty and insecurities. I liked the way he treated her when they were in school and how he was after they met back up 5 years later. I did feel like the dialogue was sometimes a bit rushed and the characters didn’t get into the dialogue as much as they wanted to. I wanted the relationships to go a little deeper and the book to go a little longer. But overall, I greatly enjoyed the book!

I gave this book 4 stars!

 

Happy page turning!

-Jessa

 

 

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