Nothing is going the way Paige planned. She lost her job, lost her boyfriend, and had to move from Philadelphia to small-town Florida… to live with her parents. Mirabelle, Florida is awful. It’s hot and sticky and buggy and all the people are small-minded, judgmental, and rude. Paige has just about had enough when she meets Brendan, a good-looking mechanic who steals her heart.
Undone is one of the fluffiest books I’ve read this year, and I mean that in the best way. The angst level is almost zero, and Paige and Brendan fully appreciate each other. They don’t jump headfirst into the relationship, but instead take their time getting to know each other before deciding where they want things to go. Their passion for each other becomes more and more obvious with each chapter, and I might have cheered a little bit when they finally got together.
I appreciated that Paige and Brendan didn’t shut out the rest of the world with their relationship. Paige becomes close with several of Brendan’s friends, and makes some of her own as well. I’m looking forward to reading more about their friends in the upcoming books in the series.
To be honest, there were a number of misspellings and grammatical mistakes, but they didn’t detract too much from the story (and may be corrected in the final version of the book). If you’re looking for something cute and fluffy to take your mind of the stresses of your daily life, check out Undone.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the ARC.
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