Book Reviews

REVIEW ➞ Come Again by Lauren Blakely


A sexy, scorching enemies-to-lovers romance!!
There are three words most men can’t resist—I dare you.
So as you can see, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I had no choice when my buddies said “I bet you can’t get that brunette beauty to kiss you before the night ends.”
I proved them wrong, and oh how good it felt to be right when I swept the witty, quick-tongued woman into my arms and kissed the breath out of her at the party.
But, I made a slight miscalculation.
Turns out she’s my brand new enemy.
And soon I’m locked in a fierce battle of wits with my sexy-as-sin nemesis. I’m determined to show the whole city that my company is offering the best new path to romance, and she’s dead-set on knocking me down. Publicly.
It’s the hottest game of one-upmanship I’ve ever played, punctuated by fiery kisses, dirty letters, and, after a heated argument, hate s-e-x.
You know what they say. Keep your enemies closer.
I keep her so damn close to my favorite body part.
Everything is fun and games…until I gamble something I can’t afford to lose.
My heart.

Tomorrow I will do better. I will not flirt with that cocky fucker who has a way with words.


The chemistry. The banter. The spice. The love. It is all top notch! I couldn’t get enough of Easton and Bellamy!

Easton is a charmer. He is successful and competitive. He runs an exclusive matchmaking business. Bellamy is smart, confident and runs a successful romance podcast. She forms an interest in Easton and his business. The two of them both have careers that revolve around romance, yet they have significantly different views about it.

The chemistry between Easton and Bellamy. It is instant from the moment they meet and continues to sizzle below the surface until there is no denying the connection they have. I loved the back and forth between the two of them from the start. Their e-mail conversations are absolutely hilarious. They may not agree on things, but I love that there is also somewhat of a mutual understanding between them.

It was amazing to return the Big Rock world and see many familiar faces and places, but also get introduced to new characters. Even though it is book 7 in a series, it can easily be read as a standalone!

If you’re looking for an enemies to lovers romance this is one to read!