Thursday, April 19, 2018

Adore You (Accidentally in Love, #1) by Nicole Falls Quickie Review

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Adore You (Accidentally in Love, #1) by Nicole Falls
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BlurbDevorah Lee has spent her adult life searching for a guy who has The Zing, but has a penchant for falling for the wrong guy… 

…enter Ellis Taylor — the notorious playboy brother of her ex who’s on a mission to show her he’s Mr. Right.


Genre: Romance, Contemporary

Published: July 25th, 2016
Publisher: Silent N Publishing

REVIEW & RATING
FIVE STARS

Even I have to admit, that's one sorry blurb. It does NOT do the story justice, at all. But, don't be fooled by the lackluster synopsis --this is an outstanding book.

Humor and romance are aplenty in this novel, and I could not get enough. 

Devorah doesn't know a lot about love, but she does know Ellis, her ex's brother, is not it.  

Ellis doesn't feel this way. He know's Devorah is the one. She's just going to take some convincing.

Devorah and Ellis were the perfect combination of push and pull--and if you don't know this about me--I love good back and forth. Devorah pulled, and Ellis pushed--in his sexy, one-of-a-kind way.

Devorah's fear of her mouthy mother and aunts, kept her from the love that was so clearly in front of her. She did this by avoiding the truth, pissing Ellis off, and being downright humorous. 

Ellis was less fearful--but he kept his self at bay for fear of scaring Devorah away. I thought it was pretty considerate, even though it was killing him to hold back. He was very considerate of her feelings, even though at times I wanted to strangle her--and smack their heads together in a kiss, like two poorly dressed, or undressed Barbie dolls.

I had so much fun with this book. I really can't say much about it--except that I adored the familial relationships, the banter between Devorah and Ellis. Devorah's fierce protectiveness of her friends, her apprehension--and the overall love between all of them.

It was funny, it was romantic--and through out it all, it was realistic. I can't say it any other way. Read the book!

This author sat herself right next to the Queen of Black Romance, Christina C. Jones. Highly recommend it!

Favorite Quotes:
"Cel, you know I'm a lover, not a fighter, but if you want me to let that ***** know these hands are rated E for everybody, just say the word, sis."
"I'm so serious, Cel. Where's his place? I'll roll up; hit him with The Stevie. Here's your fade, baby. Signed, sealed, delivered--it's yours. Or THE Oprah if he got a new ** in there. You get a fade, you get a fade, everybody gets a fade."

7 comments:

  1. This sounds like such a fun read! So glad you enjoyed it ♥️ and yay, first review! 😍

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  2. I know this has to be a great read. You don't give out 5 stars that easily.

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  3. Ahh! Push and pull romances are my FAVORITE! I love the sound of this one and I love that it was funny too! I can't wait to give it a try!

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  4. I love when authors can expertly describe family, it's hard to find but when it's there, it's usually a great addition to any book, glad this worked for you.

    Tori @ In Tori Lex

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