I’ll Just Date Myself by Lani Lynn Vale

I'll just date myself

POV: Dual 1st Person
Put out percentage: 64%
Tropes: Single Mom; Heroine on the Run; Stalker Romance; Series Ender; Slow Burn
Series: Gator Bait MC
Type of Series:  Series of Standalones
Rate: 5/5 Stars
Release Date: June 27, 2023
Audio narrators if you did the audio book: Connor Crais and Rose Dioro
Is there a 3rd act break up: No

I’ll Just Date Myself is the final book in the Gator Bait MC Series and I was so excited when it dropped onto my kindle. Lani Lynn Vale is one of those authors who takes her stories over the top and are almost out of the realm of possible but it doesn’t upset me.

Folsom is a character that has been on the periphery for a long time, and as you read this story, you realize she showed up in a previous series. Lynn and the Souls Chapel men as well as the men from FREE make appearances in this book and I loved the cross over.

These two have circled each other for a long time, and Folsom has a little bit of stalker tendencies. She doesn’t abide by the typical rules of life and there are lines that she has zero issue crossing. Boundaries don’t really exist for her, but as you get to know her background you understand the reasoning for the lack of boundaries. Although, when Folsom realizes that her past has come to find her again, she runs and leaves the people she has truly come to care about.

During this running, we get to meet the upcoming characters for Lani Lynn Val and they are dynamic.

Kobe is a man that has some hang-ups from his past. His family is terrible and he has zero contact with them because of circumstances that happened. While his hang-ups and reactions to both Folsom and her daughter JP in the beginning was frustrating you could understand the challenges and preconceived notions that he held.

But it wouldn’t be a Vale book without a moment that seems out of this world. And the way in which it goes down was unexpected. These books are the type that you just really need to read because talking to much about them gives so much away.

Connor Crais and Rose Dioro are the perfect fit for Kobe and Folsom, and create a treat for my ears. They each encapsulate the characters perfectly.

Check out my review for book one Nobody Cares Unless You’re Pretty here.