I was her first love, and I’m going to be her last…
On paper, I’ve got it all—good looks, good friends, a killer business, and gorgeous women throwing themselves at me from every corner of the globe. But I can’t get one woman out of my head.
Adeline Klein, the sexiest smart ass in wire-rimmed glasses and a polka-dot bikini to ever bring a man to his knees.
I’ve tried to track her down, but it’s like she dropped off the face of the earth.
Then one day there she is—stranded on the side of the road, like Fate has arranged for me to be her knight in shining armor all over again.
Only she would clearly prefer to kick me in the balls. Or the face. Or the balls and the face simultaneously. But do I let that dampen the fire that flares between us every time we touch?
No way. Because some things—like sweet, wounded women with hearts of gold—are worth fighting for. Worth risking everything for…
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This story was too cute. I loved the laugh out loud moments just as much as the panty melting ones. The story definitely had its moments that make you moist, but has a lot of relaxing but super comical moments as well. It's refreshing to read a rom com with intense sexual moments. Besides wishing the story was longer, I have no complaints. It was a joy getting to know Addie and Nates relationship history, then being able to get to know the adult characters and how their lives ended up. I hope they show up in another book, so I'm able to get an update on their lives.
The heroine was horrible. Such a drama queen. I have loved the characters in the first three books, so I went ahead and bought this one thinking I'd finish the series. Wish I'd never spent my money.
Review: Meant For You
Meant For You by Lili Valente is a standalone second chance romance told in dual POV between Nate and Adaline. While it does loosely follow on from other books in Lili's Magnificent Bastard Consulting non-series it, just like all the others, CAN be read as a standalone. I'm always so eager to dive into anything Lili has written I didn't even realize the tie in until a few chapters into the story and it was a pleasant surprise.
Nate went on a ghost hunt the summer before college. Being in New Jersey and having just finished reading a horror story that was set there he just HAD to find the entrance to the Hell Mouth. Adaline, having read the same book, was at the hell mouth when he arrived and there story was forever intertwined with fate, and ghosts, ever since.
This story was absolutely beautiful. Funny, witty, a little bit creepy, but just absolutely fabulous. There hasn't been anything Lili has written to date that I haven't absolutely loved so I'm not surprised, just very grateful to have been a part of Nate and Adaline's story, even if it was just while I was reading it.