Damn, the man has the body of a god. Like a real-life statue of David or something. It’s unfair that someone so annoying looks so delicious.
Keane and I have been enemies since childhood. He thinks I’m a Goody Two-shoes and I think he’s an arrogant a$$hole.
Years later nothing’s changed except the fact that we’re cohabitating in the same apartment along with his sister, who’s also my best friend.
Even though I’m fighting like hell to keep the city from tearing down the building he wants to replace with a new restaurant, we somehow find ourselves doing the horizontal mambo.
Maybe it’s the magic of the letter I found in our ancient apartment that predicted I’m going to meet the man of my dreams. Or maybe it’s just hormones. But just when I start to buy into us as a couple, someone from his past shows up with a shocking secret that Keane’s adamant is untrue.
Now I’m questioning if I can really trust the guy who told the entire football team in high school that I still slept with a stuffie at fifteen years old. In my experience, the answer is no.
Such an awesome read!
I absolutely loved it! The banter between Fiona and Keane in the first book really amped up how much it was going to be steamy in this book! It truly was an enemy to lovers because the hate was off the charts. And then the love was even more fierce.
I loved the part about the Apartment 3B crew finding these lovely surprises from the tenants of years past; it connected the friendships of the three leads beautifully.
Keane surprised me so much in this book that I found myself wanting to know so much about him and also finding out how into Fiona he was was brilliant. Fiona was the scrappy fighter that didn’t want to fall in love.
This book made me happy! So happy! I loved it so much!
You won’t be disappointed when you read it!
Quick, easy read
The second book in the Love in Apartment 3B series has Fiona finding the hidden letter in the apartment that will lead her to her soulmate. Too bad it is her long time enemy, Keane . Keane has a fire in his apartment, and has to move in with his sister Marlowe, Fiona’s roommate and best friend. Being in close proximity, makes them realize that their bickering may actually be attraction. While I really liked Keane, Fiona was annoying. Fiona is a vegan, hops on every do-gooder bandwagon, and let’s everyone know about her causes. I felt that she was a bit of a caricature, whereas Keane was a fully developed character. I also thought that the ending was abrupt. There were several issues that posed a problem to the couple, but they just were quickly dismissed. Overall, a decent read. I received an advanced reader copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion.