About The Off Limits Rule
I have found rock bottom. It’s here, moving in with my older brother because I’m too broke to afford to live on my own. It’s okay though, because we’ve always been close and I think I’m going to have fun living with him again.
That is until I meet Cooper…
Turns out, my brother has very strong opinions on the idea of me dating his best friend and is dead set against it. According to him, Cooper is everything I should stay away from: flirtatious, adventurous, non-committal, and freaking hot. (I added that last part because I feel like you need the whole picture.) My brother is right—I should stay away from Cooper James and his pretty blue eyes. He’s the opposite of what I need right now.
Nah—who am I kidding? I’m going for it.
Sarah Adams is one of my very favorite romantic comedy authors! I love the way she writes her books. Her characters are great. And the plot lines are funny.
This one took me a little bit longer than I would have liked to get into. I’m not sure what it was, I did end up loving the book!
I really liked Lucy. She was able to grow as a person during the story, which is a huge thing in a book. I think at the beginning she didn’t have a really great self-esteem. A lot of that could have been due to her situation as a single mom doing her best to raise her son. But as she was with Cooper more, she started to see herself in a different and better way. And don’t we all need a person to help us do that?
I really liked Cooper. The reader gets to see in his head as well. And that’s always fun. Cooper is a great guy. He’s got honor and he’s kind. Both great traits for a hero to have. These two were really great together, even though Lucy’s brother, Drew, didn’t want them to be.
And that’s where the fun of the plot comes in. Cooper knows that Drew wants nothing to do with him dating Lucy. So he tries to honor that. But…there’s just so much chemistry between the two of them.
I love the extra charaters in this one. Drew, Lucy’s boss Jessie, and her parents are all amazing! I’m really hoping to get to see her parents again. And I can’t wait for Drew’s story!
I borrowed The Off Limits Rule using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.
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