Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Review: Neighbors with Benefits by Marissa Clarke (Anderson Brothers, #2)


(from goodreads)

A satisfying category romance from Entangled’s new Lovestruck imprint…

Love thy sexy jerk of a neighbor…

CEO Michael Anderson might be something of a “control freak.” Still, he’s not quite sure why his therapist thinks dogsitting will fix anything—especially since he and the canine share a kind of mutual loathing. And to make matters worse, a house sitter moves in next door disrupting his peace—and his dates—with the worst possible music at the worst possible time... every time. 

Free-spirited artist Mia Argaropolis has settled into the perfect gig—housesitting in NYC’s Upper West Side while working as an art therapist. Too bad she’s stuck living next door to a bossy control freak with a penchant for calling building security when she blasts music to drown out the noises coming through his bedroom wall. 

Post-apocalyptic dinner rolls that nearly take her kitchen with them, a douchebag ex, and a Shih Tzu with the personality of Godzilla attack Mia in one day, and her unlikely neighbor comes to the rescue. Like it was her fault. And now, somehow, they find themselves engaged? Both agree, this neighborly feud just got taken to a whole new level.

Read from: August 26 to August 27, 2015
Read on: Ereader


So the second book in this series kept me laughing quite a few times. The author does know how to keep us entertained with her characters. Mia and Michael are so different in their every day life, but at the same time, they are both driven.

Imagining these two getting along together for more than a few minutes was hard to imagine in the beginning, but as they relationship grows, you notice how they complete one another. She needs more organization in her life and he needs to be more loose.

This is really a short review but it doesn't mean that I haven't enjoyed this book because the four stars will tell you that I did enjoy this, but I have yet to master doing a review without giving too much to a future reader.

Just know that this book is kind of short, but it's filled with entertainment. Both characters have a lot to learn and maybe two weeks was crazy fast to learn it all, but who cares ;)

I'm looking forward to read about the next brother. I have yet to imagine what kind of girl or boy (who knows really) would go with him.

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