About Double or Nothing

Double or Nothing

My best friend’s older brother is back in town.

Do I care? Not one bit. Logan may have been my childhood crush, but I’ve always been little Tessa to him. Not to mention, he’s turned into a shallow flirt and I’m not looking to get played again.

What’s the problem, you ask? (Besides all the flirting.)

Thanks to a scheming mutual friend, Logan and I find ourselves embroiled in a bet of absurd proportions. Now, instead of ignoring Logan and keeping my heart safely locked away, we have a date every Saturday night and a kiss looming on the horizon.

And the line between us is getting… muddy.

As long as Logan stays the shallow flirt, I’ll be fine. My heart is safe from the player. It’s the man underneath giving me a run for my money.

My review

This is my favorite kind of book! I loved the way the author wrote the comedy. It was so, so funny! I loved the characters. And the love story. It’s really the best! If you haven’t read That Fine Line, it’s okay. But you’re going to want to!

I was so glad to see that Tessa was getting her own story. And what a story it is. I loved that the reader is taken back 10 years to what happened between Logan and Tessa as teens. It’s so funny. I can’t tell you, you’re going to have to read it yourself. The meet cute when they are adults is the best! I love the flirting.

You’ve got to love Logan. I loved his nickname for Tessa, Jailbait. It made me laugh every time he used it. Their dates were fun. And he was the best guy, even though he tried hard not to be.

I’ve got to have Jake’s story! I kind of understand why he wants to bet his really expensive truck. But what’s up with him wanting to be a matchmaker. There’s got to be a story there.

You really need to read this one if you love rom-com books!

I borrowed a copy of Double or Nothing using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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