Fifteen Nights by Zoe Lee was cute, I’m struggling to find the right words to describe it. I’ve been reading such touching and soul changing books lately that this just didn’t have the special feel to it. I recieved an arc for a blog post and I feel like I can’t give it everything it deserves because its just a cute romance. It was very well written, the characters were easy to get into the minds of. It just wasn’t anything that new or special. The same story just flip flopped where the woman was the commitmentphobe. Considering the played out plot of the story the characters made it a decent read. The writing was fabulous and I enjoyed the book. So just because I can’t give it a raving review myself doesn’t mean it wasnt a good book. I didn’t have to force myself to finish it or anything, it just wasn’t as good as the other books I’ve been reading recently. I’d still recommend this book if you are looking for something to read, I’m not sure I’d go out and buy it after reading it but I’d read it again if I got it from the library.

Happy reading until next time!


The deeper they look, the harder they fall.

Jamie Houston was supposed to just be Leda Riveau’s Thursday night (and maybe Friday morning) fun.

Leda has awesome brothers, friends who are as allergic to emotions as she is, and a great job. She’s back in her hometown, Maybelle County, after a romantic and professional disaster three years ago in Nashville. It might not be what she planned when she was a teenager, but it’s perfect.

Or, well, it’s almost perfect. Because Leda is still angry and bitter about Nashville, and everyone knows it. She hates romance and doesn’t do relationships, and her younger brother’s trying to get her to be nicer. But she’s not nice. She even has her own hashtag: #ledagoesnuclear.

Then she sees Jamie again, when he’s between serious girlfriends, and discovers that the chemistry she’s always suspected is right there, ready to explode if she lets it.

Jamie is a serial monogamist who’s always liked Leda, but the timing’s never been right. After he sees her while they’re both single for the first time since high school, he knows he wants to be with her. Everybody knows she doesn’t date and doesn’t get serious, but he’s always serious, especially because he has a three-year-old son and a three-hour commute to get from work to Leda.

What starts out as a casual Thursday night arrangement gets messy when Leda and Jamie also have interfering friends, sad brothers, a pushy mom, an amazing son, and chemistry so intense it’s scary.

How does a man who needs forever win a woman who hates romance?


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Zoe has been writing since she was a little girl, growing up north of Chicago. Since then, she’s lived in Ohio and San Francisco, and now lives near Boulder. She has a job that she loves, but it doesn’t sound exciting to anyone else. She does yoga and takes dance classes when she can. She has a husband, who reads her romances, and an amazing little girl, who is way too young to read what Zoe writes (yet). She’s inspired by her family and friends, books and art, and all of the places she’s traveled.

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