Trope: Single mom; single dad; rom-com; suspense
Series: Cheap Thrills Book 7
POV: Dual 1st person
When I “crack” open a Mary B Moore book, I know two things. That I am going to laugh so hard that I cry and that I am going to enjoy every second of the words that are put onto the page in front of me. Ms. Moore does not disappoint. There are so many over the top moments in this book that are one of the big reasons that I keep coming back to these books. They might be over the top, but they aren’t unrealistic. It is just crazy to think that all of these things continue to happen to a group of people. But that is one of the things that I love most about these books! They are over the top, but they are real and hilarious. I adored Cody, Evie, and Alex. Cody is a young kid or is at an age where he sees everything and those things are what will mold him into the person he becomes. Alex still is reeling from guilt from a past assignment, but no one around him is allowing him to continue down this path. They have had enough. Evie has truly come into her own and become the woman that she is meant to be without her idiot of an ex. We get Hurst and some of the Townsends sprinkled in. We get the rest of the Cheap Thrills cast of characters. But most of all, we get Alex and Evie who are truly destined to be together and naturally work through their hang-ups and communicate in a way you don’t always get in a romance book. AND THAT EPILOGUE , you see that Cody has truly become a kid that his mom and Alex should be extremely proud of. I can’t wait to see what Mary B. Moore brings us next.