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You can have Manhattan by P.Dangelico

My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

“We’re not built to be alone. We need to connect. We’re designed to seek common ground, to hold each other up, to nurture one another. And he did that for me instinctually.”

I.LOVED.THIS.STORY !! You ever read a book and immediately after finishing it, want to start it all over again? This is exactly what happened to me.

It’s been a while since I’ve rated a book with 5 stars, but this one really deserved it !! 
This book combines all the three exciting tropes together: slow burn, enemies to lovers and marriage 
of convenience

Scott is a former playboy who left Manhattan and his family years ago, living his life on his own terms on a ranch. Sydney is Scott’s fathers general counsel. She’s a tough woman in a man’s world. So she works hard for everything and is determined to make it to the top. Sydney and Scott, hate each other with passion, so when they are forced to get married, you can imagine the reaction of these two love-birds. Let me tell you one thing:Trouble.

The story hooked me right of the bat, and I knew I would adore this book. It was sexy and at times funny, there were incredibly ridiculous situations, but most importantly there was some unique love. The book really stood out for me personally, because the love story was beautifully delivered. The art of convincing me, that these two hot-headed characters truly fell in love, is unbelievable. 
Even though there are many romance books with the same tropes out there, this one was more convincing, as it had a fresh and different feel. 

In addition to all of that, the author’s writing was flawless, I read the whole book with ease. 
This book is honestly one of the best books of 2019. Seriously, you have to read this book !

Disclaimer: Images taken from Goodreads, credits to the original creator

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