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Sweet on the Greek

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Sweet on the Greek (2018) Talia Hibbert

Aria has spend several months working with Keynes to make their best friends’ wedding absolutely perfect. After all, Aria’s boyfriend tried to kill Jennifer.

Nikolas Christou’s knee injury means he has to quit one of the only things he’s ever been good at–football. He wants to do something with himself other than be a playboy, but he doesn’t know what to do–until he sets eyes on Aria.

First, this book is very much a kissing book and Aria’s first meeting with Nik sets the tone for the rest of the book.

Nik’s solution, which was to lock eyes with the tattooed woman and say, “Can I kiss you?”

Her brows shot up. “Me?”

“Yes.”

“Now?”

“Yes.” When she didn’t answer, he turned to Keynes. “Or you. If you’re into that.” He knew very well that Keynes was into that, but the woman beside him might not.

Keynes gave him a slow, catlike smile. “I certainly am.” He stepped forward, hooked an arm around Nik’s shoulders, and kissed him.

The thing that’s important to keep in mind here is that Aria was really fucked up by Jen’s kidnapping.

“I felt like every guy was hiding some dangerous side to their personality, and I was too desperate for affection to figure it out—”

She was also messed up from her parents, but watching while Jen could have been killed led her to doubt everything about herself.

Although there was a lot of sex here, but was still a sweet story, and very positive and also very much about made family and accepting those you love for who they are.

Publisher: Nixon House
Rating: 8/10

Categories: 8/10, British, LGBT, Romance, Sexual Content     Comments (0)    



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