The trouble is, sometimes the things we shouldn’t do become the hardest habits to break.
Olivia has been checking out an older man who comes into her favorite coffee shop for months. He finally approaches her and there is a spark. Then, she finds out he is her neighbor. Their attraction to each other is undeniable, despite the age difference. Olivia has had no luck with men in the past, so she’s a little hesitant, especially when she finds out who he really is. (You have to read it to find out).
This super short, quick read is a back and forth between Olivia and her hang-ups. The guy is something else. At one point, he acts more like a teenager than an adult and Olivia acts too old for her age. That drove me a bit crazy and I wasn’t really a fan of the characters themselves, but that is just me. I think it’s more my hang up with not liking the whole big age gap thing.
It is a pretty good book and the if you are a fan of that trope, you will like the book. The writing is good and flows well. Overall, a good book.
I firmly believe in the power of redemption, second chances, and that magic surrounds us every day if we know where to look. I’m a goofy and fun-loving person and am often described as snarky, bold and brash.