Monday, November 20, 2017

Review: Lips Close to Mine by Robin Bielman

I wasn’t supposed to see Levi Pierce ever again. A few months ago, he charmed the pants off me and we spent one incredible night together.

End of story.

Only it wasn’t. Pretty soon everywhere I turn, I see him. Our best friends are dating. My mother mistakenly—and happily—thinks he’s my plus-one to my cousin’s wedding. And he’s the guy I have to work with on the most important job opportunity of my life.

Here’s my problem: I like Levi. I like his killer smile and his dreamboat eyes and definitely the way he makes me feel in bed. But I’ve sworn off relationships. So when the sexual tension reaches epic proportions and we fall back into bed together, I tell myself it’s temporary. When I start to feel more, I tell myself it’s over.

Only Levi isn’t a forget-it kind of guy. When his lips are close to mine and he swears he’s always wanted me, my defenses disappear. But some things in life just aren’t meant to be.

Or are they?


It's a great book, I loved the story and characters alike. I loved both Levi and Harper. Their story is sweet with just the right amount of romance, emotions, and angst. I just adore Robin Bielman's characters, they are always so interesting and relatable. I strongly recommend this book to all romance fans.

Harper doesn't do relationships. So when her one night stand, Lavi, turn out to be a friend of friend she is confused. She's definitely attracted to him and its hard for her to resist his charm. But she also wants to avoid messy entanglements and thus ends up treating him very poorly. What more now she has to work with him too. Will she be able to avoid falling in love or is she in for a surprise?

Levi likes Harper but mostly he is curious as to why she treats him the way she does. After all he didn't do anything wrong. Then he decides to make her like him. She is beautiful and amazing woman and he wants to see if there can be anything worthwhile between them...

It's a well-written romantic novel with a touch of humor and angst. I loved reading it and hope others do too. :)
P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley.

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