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College student Taylor is forced to have Hunter(a guy) as her new roommate. Taylor becomes a bit freaked out by this since she doesn't trust guys. Hunter uses his witty flirty banter and from there the story truly begins. Hunter & Taylor have amazing chemistry. The LOL witty banter & sexual tension kept me engaged the entire time.This book is full of sexual tension, bickering, and a ton of teasing. Hunter can be described as not only really hilariously funny but he's a tattooed, guitar playing, singing hunk of sexiness who is also honest, confident, and not afraid to show his feelings. As their relationship starts deepening, things start getting more complicated, and the sexual tension builds to epic proportions. Hunter has definite feelings for Taylor and has no problem with expressing it but Taylor built protective walls around herself thanks to a secret from her past. She is terrified of relationships, guys in general, so keeps resisting him. Both are actually battling with secrets from their past, and soon these hidden things starts to impact their friendship until it all comes crashing out and.... then finally the chemistry can't be denied any longer. They fall deeply in love!! Hunter tries to be supportive in helping Taylor over come her issues, begin her healing process so she can move forward in life. This story is refreshing first love kind of romance, a little steamy, swoon worthy, and definitely had its LOL moments. More than anything its about breaking down walls, building trust, sharing a bond, devotion, healing and building a deep connection.
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Would you try another book from Chelsea M. Cameron and/or Kate Rudd?
♡ them both...this story line was long on hate/disfunction and short on love/healing. It had potential for a great story but it was just O.K.
What was most disappointing about Chelsea M. Cameron’s story?
Secrets kept too long. By the time they came out I didn't care as much as I was thankful to get on with the story!
What three words best describe Kate Rudd’s performance?
She was great!
Did My Favorite Mistake inspire you to do anything?
Kinda fast forward thru the middle...
Any additional comments?
Loved Hunter but really got tired of Taylor and her bipolarish issues. Too much build up to what "almost" happened to her and very little on what actually happened to him.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful