About How Not to Fall for the Guy Next Door
Neither of them wants a rebound relationship, but it’s hard to stay away when you’re next-door neighbors.
So what if the guy Addison Sparks had a crush on when she was thirteen just so happens to be her next-door neighbor when she moves across the country for a fresh start? And so what if she embarrasses herself in front of him…
If Ian Kendrick hadn’t grown up to be so good-looking, kind to his grandma, skilled at carpentry, and completely dateable, then it wouldn’t be so difficult to stay away from him.
Addison is just getting over a breakup, though, and Ian is, too. She doesn’t need the kind of awkwardness that would come from living next to someone who would surely be just a rebound if they ever dated.
Nope. What she needs is to make a list to constantly remind herself how to not fall for the guy next door.
This type of book is my very favorite kind! I love the light feel, the comedy, and the romance! And Meg Easton is great at writing characters.
Addison is such a fun character. I loved the way she was trying to start over with life. New job, new place to live, no boyfriend. Only her past was always just around the corner, in Ian. And she was always embarrassing herself in front of him. My favorite scene involves a whole shelf of deodorant. So funny!
And the reader gets to see what’s going on with Ian as well. He’s the kind of guy that you’d want to date. He goes out of his way to help everyone around him. His relationship with his grandma was so sweet.
I loved Addison’s roommates too. And I can’t wait to see them each get their own story.
If you’re looking for a light, sweet romance then you’d better grab this one!
I was sent an e-copy of How to Not Fall for the Guy Next Door by the author. All opinions are my own.
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