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Monday, 17 March 2014

No Strings Attached by Suzan / S.M. Butler

No Strings AttachedNo Strings Attached by Suzan / S.M. Butler
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Ashlynn and Ethan have grown up together, both different sides of the financial track but they bonded, friends, then friends with benefits.

It was very steamy between the sheets, but once they got out of them they were forever fighting which made it kinda sad really, plus annoying as it was just that little too much.

The backgrounds from both of them would have been better for the reader if the author elaborated just a little more so we could get a overall picture.

With a few tweaks here and there this could have been a very good story.

There was just 'something' lacking, maybe it was the too much arguing knowing they cared about each other really.

Ashlynn had already come from an abusive relationship so I would have expected her to handle some things a little more thoughtfully.

On the whole, enjoyable read, but just lacked that 'spark' for me personally as a read.

I was given a complimentary copy for an honest review by Soaring Phoenix Press vi Net Galley
Ashlynn Connolly has been Ethan Kearney’s best friend since they were twelve, despite the difference in their tax brackets. Though he played stupid pranks on her as a child, and left for a career in the Navy, Ash has always stood by him. But now Ethan has a deadline, and he’s going to put their friendship to the test with a business proposition—a marriage proposal.

If Ashlynn hadn’t been flat-out broke, and about to ask for a loan from her best friend, she might have laughed at Ethan’s proposal. But being laid off with a small child to care for alone changes one’s perspective and the idea of being Ethan’s wife is too much to turn down, and not just because of the money he offers.

Getting married is the simplest solution to both their problems, or so it seems. But while the passion between them scorches the sheets, a shadow from Ash’s past prepares to burn them more thoroughly than either ever expected





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