Monday, June 19, 2017

Review of Talk British to Me

Talk British to Me by Robin Bielman

Thank you to Entangled and Netgalley for a copy of the eARC in exchange for a fair review.

Teague is working in a coffee shop  a little worried about money when she stumbles into a job as assistant. She meets Mateo by accident when she literally drops hot wings on him. Mateo has a bit of a secret, he is Bennett, The Dating Guy, and he has a contract with the radio station that says no relationships.

He has never had a problem with that until he meets Teague. He does stay upfront with her and say that he doesn't want a relationship with her, but he can't stop thinking about her. Teague can't stop thinking about him, but when she finds out he is the son of her boss, the reasons they can't do anything keep stacking up.

They spend more and more time together trying to maintain that they are just friends, but things are spiraling out of control. Mateo has to figure out if he loves his job more or if Teague is the one for him.

This was a super cute and fun read! I literally couldn't stop reading it, and I loved that they didn't hop in bed and fall in love and then struggle. Like they didn't hop in bed, struggled not to have a relationship, then sort of had one and then he messed it up. It worked though, I really like them as a couple and as characters in general.

Since this is the beginning of the series I hope to see them again!

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