S.I.N.G.L.E. (Still In Need of a Good Loving Equivalent) by Lindsay Marie Miller (Review by Stephenee – #NerdGirlSteph)

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Title: S.I.N.G.L.E. (Still In Need of a Good Loving Equivalent) 

Author: Lindsay Marie Miller

Published Date: March 28th 2016

Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Jessica Jacobs is a twenty-two-year-old finance major at the University of Washington, whose brief encounters with blind dating have left her a single, cynical woman. When her best friend, Sara, gets dumped by the love of her life on Valentine’s Day, Jessie proposes a pact boycotting all men for the rest of the semester.

But then Jessie meets Graham, a gorgeous, yet respectable gentleman with the body of a Greek god and a heart of gold. Torn between her commitment to the pact and an undeniable attraction towards Graham, Jessie remains guarded and distant, which only makes Graham want her more. As fate intervenes time and time again, Jessie must embrace the inner fear surrounding her heart or risk losing the only man who would never break it.

**Stand Alone New Adult Contemporary Romance approximately 120,000 words.**

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***Stephenee – #NerdGirlSteph’s  Review***

If you are going to look for a new to you author and are browsing the amazon ebooks/books section this is one that you MUST pick up!! This was my first book by this author and it will not be my last! She writes an amazing story with this one – before you realize it you are just about 3/4 of the way through the book, with total disregard to the world around you. I started this book in the morning and by mid afternoon I had devoured it! It was that good!

Miller’s characters are real, they are flawed and they are everyday people that you could meet anywhere! They are likable, relatable and fun. Jessie and Sara are best friends and room mates and they make a pact that they will stay away from guys for the rest of the school semester. Enter Graham and Sean and that pact flies out the window (with much drama from all of them). The plot is quick moving, smooth, quick and fun and the reader becomes a part of the story! The flow is so quick that you don’t even realize how much time has passed and there is literally no stopping point for a break!

The author uses sarcasm, the banter is on point and the dynamics of the characters jump off of the pages. The reader literally feels like they are a part of the book, the characters lives and the outcome of the story. It is well written and it is amazing! If you haven’t read anything by this author, Don’t wait! Start one of her books today and you will soon be adding all of them to your TBR list! I already have 2 more by this author waiting for me on my kindle! Do yourself a favor and add her to your must read list – you won’t be sorry!!

 

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