Almost Over It

Clover Park Charmers Series, Book 1

    • 4.0 • 131 Ratings

Publisher Description

A frenemies-to-lovers romance!

When Jasmine Davis opens her new dance studio, she’s shocked to find she shares the building with Will Levi, aka the man she fought with all summer at the community theater. Will is rigid, uptight, and irritating, so why is she so turned on?


Ex-bad boy Will has been living a life of penance ever since he crashed his car, nearly killing his brother. Jasmine is just one more reminder of the life he doesn’t deserve, but when one perfect kiss sets them on the slippery slope toward love, they both fear it will end with a crash. What do you do when the one person you can’t live with is the one person you can’t live without?


This feel-good romantic comedy stands alone with a swoonworthy happy-ever-after! No cliffhangers.


Clover Park Charmers Series

Almost Over It (Book 1)

Almost Married (Book 2)

Almost Fate (Book 3)

Almost in Love (Book 4)

Almost Romance (Book 5)

Almost Hitched (Book 6)


Originally published under the title Stud Unleashed: Will.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
24 February
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
225
Pages
PUBLISHER
Extra Fancy Books
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Hetty 78 ,

Almost over It

Lovely happy angry story the author is very good in how the best way to stop an argument very beautiful 🙏🌸🌺

Miss P L P ,

Well written standalone love/hate and opposites attract romance

Almost Over It incorporates a love/hate opposites attract theme romance that has been brewing for a while. We saw and read glimpses of it in the previous two book and I was looking forward to reading this book and finding out more about these two characters. In comparison to the previous two books in this series, I found Will and Jasmine a little more ‘normal’ in comparison but both are still very unique characters that you can’t help but like. I think out of the three books, this one is a close second with Almost in Love my personal favourite.

This book deals with slightly more difficult personal issues for both characters and the persona’s they show to the rest of the community. Getting to learn about their true selves under their hard shells is tough. One thing I really liked about this book was the familiar sub-characters, especially the knitting club! The chemistry and later connection between Will and Jasmine felt very natural in how it was portrayed, despite their stubborn issues and fiery arguments with each other; I loved the incorporation of the emails as another way to develop things with a surprising twist coming to light later on in the book. With Will and Jasmine you will definitely be hoping these two flawed characters will be able to find their HEA.

As always, the book is well written, with a witty style of writing that I just love and can be read as standalone (I would say read them in order to avoid potential spoilers from pervious books if you are going to read the whole series), with no cliffhanger and a happily ever after (HEA). It is written from dual points of view allowing the reader to see developed, complex characters. There are plenty of sweet and steamy scenes and some surprising twists and turns that will completely draw you in as a reader. The epilogue gives the story and well rounded finish to complete the HEA.

I highly recommend this book and series to any contemporary romance or small town romance fans.

*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.

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