Friday, 2 October 2015

Disheveled by Eva LeNoir

REVIEWED BY Monique Cashmere

DisheveledDisheveled by Eva LeNoir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I always enjoy a good friends to romance story and this didn't disappoint. It has a great story line, strong characters that were believable and loveable. This is the start of a series that is going to be one you won't want to miss. Each female character has her own quirky trait and I hope, her own book.

In this first book, we have Delilah Jameson, or Dia to her close friends. She has a group of girls that she meets with every Sunday night to de brief their week. We get a small snippet into the lives of the other girls and the club, but I am sure more will come to light in later books. Dia lives with her sexy, man-whore room mate Cole Sterling, whom she has been in love with for the last 3.5 years, she just hasn't told him. But can the relationship type of girl who yearns for her own love story tame the debonair bachelor? She feels that the friendship they have is more important than the one night stand he will only be offering her. So, she decides to try online dating, only this doesn't work out all that well either - Date number one: Sucked ass. Dia in her sweet and sassy ways, wants to let him know that there is a difference between Candor and Tact - lets not confuse the two! She starts a texting relationship with a mystery online dater, that takes her to places she has never experienced. But will she be happy once she discovers the identity, or will she feel betrayed?

I enjoyed this book immensely, even if it took her a while to realise who the mystery dater was. There was sweet romance, hot sex scenes and girly chats. Reading the acknowledgements hit home for me, I too am in a group that brings four girls from across the globe to chat mostly about books, but also giving great advice to our never ending issues. I can see that each book in this series is going to be brilliant.

I received a copy for an honest review.
Reviewed for JoandIsaLoveBooksBlog.

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