Sunday, October 29, 2017

Review: Meeting the Unpredictable by Riann C. Miller

Publication Date: September 29, 2016 
Series: Standalone 
Rating: 4.5 Stars 

Official Blurb: What happens when opposites attract?

Tyler has spent the last six years constructing his perfectly boring life, which is exactly the way he wants it. He spends his days hiding behind the protective walls he has so carefully built and has no intentions of changing . . . until he meets the unpredictable.

Lennie Jacobs is an intoxicating mess. She never stays anywhere long enough to form a solid relationship with anyone, including her family, because she has taught her fragile heart that love isn’t an option.

What started as a way to pass the time soon blossoms into something neither expected.

He was never meant to be permanent.

She can’t promise forever.

But, when life and love are on the line, everything changes.

Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

Review: I love it when opposites attractive, and believe me Tyler and Lennie are complete opposites in every way.

Tyler lives a pretty boring life. He works from home and pretty much stays to himself. Lennie is the complete opposite. She is wild, carefree, and is always spontaneous. What started as a simple knock on the door lead to so much more than either Tyler or Lennie every expected. Neither one was looking for love, but sometimes fate has other plans.

Tyler had a rough past and has been through a lot. Lennie has many secrets she is hiding and when the tough gets going, Lennie usually runs, but these two together bring out the best in each other. Tyler shows Lennie that sometimes running isn’t the answer, and Lennie shows Tyler how to actually get out a live a little.

This book is very emotional at times, but it is also funny and full of amazing compassion, understanding, and amazing chemistry. I adored Lennie and her carefree attitude, and Tyler is down right adorable. I really enjoyed this book, and I can’t wait to read more by this author.

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