ACT Your Age, Eve Brown: 3 (Brown Sisters, 3): A Novel (The Brown Sisters)
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The two people work on fixing up the rooms and when they go to the storage to get more blankets and some other things, they nearly forget themselves listening to a couple of quarrels. One thing leads to another, Eve comes face to crotch with Jacob’s lower body part. And it’s huge! Tent and everything! I have so much reading time again! Not to mention how much more fun I have while doing chores. I’m so passionate about them that I’ve dedicated an entire blog to all things audiobooks! This place might be the start of wonderful things. It might mean stability, and Eve has her eyes on the prize. Jacob This was a delightfully fun, and at times surprisingly steamy. It truly was a joy to read! I highly recommend it to my folks looking for some good fluff. In Talia Hibbert’s newest rom-com, the flightiest Brown sister crashes into the life of an uptight B&B owner and has him falling hard—literally.
Ravenswood #3. A small-town romance between a 40-year-old divorced novelist and a younger, demisexual bad boy. They share a real friendship and a fake relationship. Until it’s not fake at all. Despite Jacobs’s initial objections, with a turn of events, Eve begins working at the B&B. This change might just prove eventful for Eve. Novel-length The Fake Boyfriend Fiasco spinoff. A brooding and emotional romance between a gorgeous, wealthy, super-depressed hero and the gruff, lonely fruit farmer he works under for the summer. They hate each other. Supposedly.
Jacob’s lips quirked without permission. “You’ve been here quite a while Sunshine, and there’s no police sniffing around, so I imagine you hid it just fine yourself.” This book features friends accidentally falling in love, lots of bonding over delicious food, and one outrageous hashtag (#DrRugbae). An example is their sensory differences and how they respectively find comfort. Eve needs music to concentrate, whether that be having an earphone in at all times while she works, or singing out loud. To sleep comfortably and restfully, Jacob makes a nest of blankets and pillows. However, ultimately they share traits that they see in each other, and this is where they find connection. They both have to exist in a world that caters to neurotypical people, and they feel seen in each other’s company.
because this is an ARC i'm terrified of accidentally saying too much, so i'll shut up now, but TRULY IT WAS SO ADORBS Eve has watched her sisters Dani and Chloe become successful in their professional lives as well as in love. But Eve can’t seem to get herself going. Failing at most everything she tries. Nothing seems to fit for her. This series has been such a fun time! I just love that all those sisters are so relatable and so freakin charming. Like seriously how is it possible that the three sisters are just so relatable?? The story is so cute that the heat really sneaks up on you. Talia Hibbert pulls no punches when it comes to writing her sex scenes, and I love her for it. I'm talking scorching hot chemistry. There are no silly euphemisms for sex, just enthusiastic SEX. Yes, yes, yes!These are the only books by Talia Hibbert that I have read but they have all been funny and emotionally smart when dealing with some pretty heavy topics for romance reads. Now, I don’t want to be a complete debbie downer so I will finish this review with two things I liked about this book. First, the autism representation: both the main character and the love interest are on the spectrum, which I had never seen in a book before, and this is an own voices story. I definitely think it’s important to uplift diverse stories like this one. In addition, I laughed a couple of times while reading which made my reading experience slightly more enjoyable. Premise in a sentence:Eve, who has just left her job as a wedding planner after a disastrous event with some doves, tries to prove to her parents that she can hold down a job, and ends up at a bed and breakfast working in the kitchen with grumpy, yet sexy, Jacob. Though their romance is delightful, Jacob and Eve also face significant personal challenges and Hibbert handles these serious topics with finesse. They are both on the autism spectrum, and Hibbert sensitively portrays their perspectives while also exploring how their autism intersects with other facets of their lives.