Author: L.A.Cotton

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Review: “Love Collides” – L.A.Cotton

July 13, 2015 Book Review 0

Review: “Love Collides” – L.A.CottonLove Collides by L.A.Cotton
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Published on: June 30th 2015
Published by: Self Published
Pages: 257
Series: Fates Love #3
Genre: NA Romance
Format: eARC

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The Story

(summary from Goodreads)

Staci Jameson is independent to a fault. But after growing up in the shadow of an overprotective family, and being let down by the only person that promised to always be there for her, Staci locked away her heart and vowed only to rely on herself.

Until a tall dark and sexy-as-sin player reawakens something inside of her.

Kade Ford knows what some people will do in the name of love, and it isn’t all hearts and flowers. It’s the reason he isn’t looking to settle down. Ever. Instead, he plays the field and never gets too close.

Until a tiny blonde firecracker barrels her way into his life and leaves him wanting more.

What starts as a one-night stand turned friends-with-benefits arrangement begins to blur into something neither of them saw coming—or wanted. And when secrets from their pasts catch up with them, the very thing that they are both running from might just be the thing that they need most. Will Staci and Kade turn to each other or will they let their pasts define their future?

Sometimes two people don’t just come together…they collide.

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My Thoughts

I spent my entire weekend reading all three of the books in this series and even though my house is still a mess, I’m behind on my assignments and my hair is greasy, I don’t regret a single page!

I As mentioned above I read the entire series in two days and I really liked the way they all fitted together. All six main characters are interlinked in someway, whether high school friends or college friends or friends of friends. Some parts of the stories were overlapped but at no point did it feel like I was re-reading the same stuff again. It felt fresh each time coming from each different character and the whole structure of all three of the stories and the way in which they were written was done very well.

“Right now, watching her eyes glaze over with lust and her skin flush, I couldn’t imagine anyone ever making me feel like this again.”

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