Hook, Line, and Sinker (Bellinger Sisters, 2)

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Hook, Line, and Sinker (Bellinger Sisters, 2)

Hook, Line, and Sinker (Bellinger Sisters, 2)

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this particular installment will speak to anyone who has ever seen themselves as the support, rather than the main character, in their own story, to the people who always have the perfect song for the mood they are in, to those who struggle with imposter syndrome, and to the ones who always believe in those they care about, even when they dont believe in themselves. this story oozes charm and heart and sweetness and understanding. its the perfect embodiment of the younger bellinger sister. I couldn't form an attachment to any of the characters. I found Christian amusing and there were times when I could relate to Fox but other than that...there was a big hole in place where interest should've been. fun fact: it doesn't seem intentional, but these novels have some elements in common; the age gap, the fact that Hannah -same MC name, too- is someone's blonde little sister, the player who actually is a player only because it's what people expect him to be, and so on) this is what fox's trauma boils down to.........this and his mom giving him condom money from an early age. 😫😔🤣😧😐 moving on. This is incredibly unusual for me but I'm not really fond of Hannah as a character. Sure, she's well-rounded, compassionate, and loyal and I wholly respect that, but other than that I actually found her a bit obnoxious. Her thing with music, in particular, was irritating for most of the book. It's literally all she thought about. Music and sex with Fox. Yeah, she loves music and there's nothing wrong with that but COME OOOOOON. WE GET IIIIIT. ENOUUUUGH. I actually liked her sister more.

I fell in love with Fox the moment I realized he was the womanizer of It Happened One Summer, the classic bad boy who is everything but bad. Captain Frown was hot, but Fox was the one for me. Is it bad that whenever the main couple was left alone I kept hoping Segrei (or Andrei?) would pop up and we'd get to see the boss jealous😩. ME... no.1 hater of Russian men WANTED the Russian man, and he wasn't even that interesting. I included Christian's little........mood board? Because I wanted to start this review on a positive note. And I think I've made it clear enough that he was the only entertaining or interesting addition to this book. Being Hannah's frenemy led to some hilarious interactions. And before any of you go building ships and whatnot🛠️🚢 he's gay.

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And while Piper is the main lady of her life - Hannah’s words -, I’m definitely more like Hannah: the side character who helps others; everybody knows her but she isn't anybody’s first choice. But enough is enough. She wants to take risks: coming clean with her long time crush bohemian director Sergio about her feelings and her passion to work at the musical department. She doesn’t have to work as production assistant forever! She needs to make changes! I recently saw a meme that said “The problem with a good book is you want to finish the book, but you don’t want the book to end.” And that’s exactly what I thought of this book. This slow-burn, friends-to-lovers romance was a joy to read. In the follow-up to It Happened One Summer, Tessa Bailey delivers another deliciously fun rom-com about a former player who accidentally falls for his best friend while trying to help her land a different man...King crab fisherman Fox Thornton has a reputation as a sexy, carefree flirt. Everyone knows he’s a guaranteed good time—in bed and out—and that’s exactly how he prefers it. Until he meets Hannah Bellinger. She’s immune to his charm and looks, but she seems to enjoy his… personality? And wants to be friends? Bizarre. But he likes her too much to risk a fling, so platonic pals it is.

I really, really, really wanted to love this book; you guys have no idea how much I wanted to savor every line and relive the romance, hotness and chemistry that Piper and Brendan had going on. As seen on E!Online, PopSugar, CNN, EliteDaily, Vulture, Buzzfeed, Bustle, the Nerd Daily, PARADE, LA Magazine, Country Living, USA Today, and more!Of course, they had their funny and sexy moments -some steamier and cheesier than others but who's counting-, reason why I'm giving this three and a half honest stars instead of just two. Fox suffers from imposter syndrome. Even his coworker, best friend Brendan doesn’t trust him with Hannah. Everybody in the small town thinks he’s just a manwhore. His parental issues and an unfortunate incident at the college changed his perspective to the relationships. He’s always doubtful about his own self worth and he thinks he destroys anything he touches. Perhaps I should apologize for not having enjoyed it the way most of you did, but it's difficult to empathise with such a long boring piece of work. This book @me every time I see a positive review on bookstagram: Don’t You (Forget About Me) - Simple Minds

Without further to say, Tessa Bailey knows how to truly make you obsess over her characters. A healthy obsession that will have your toes curling for much more to come. The communication between Fox and Hannah isn’t spoken enough of, it was brilliant and it’s how things should be! Relationships NEED communication, even when it’s hard and scary, you need to try and Fox and Hannah showed this numerous times, it also spiced up their sex life more in my opinion! I know most of you will disagree with me, and it's totally fine, but I have to take this weight off my chest: I am disappointed.I understand that this is supposed to serve as character growths, and despite the confident demeanor we've seen, Fox surely had a massive self-loathing problem. And I am empathetic on any other day, but somehow, it's so easier to judge a character when they do questionable stuff — so, if I have to be frank, I find it annoying. He could've pulled his head out of his rear end sooner than intended. It's not like Tessa made him stand for himself with the insult or anything. His arc wasn't fully redeemed as it should have which made it more exasperating while reading his POV. For the last part? It’s just another recycle plot from Tessa since she sure likes to make her heroes chased their girls abroad. And we also have Hannah who finally had her own business to work on… just like Piper again with Cross and Daughters — which is definitely a no problem but again: is getting repetitive and predictable. The anxiousness about being liked is one of the biggest problems youngsters face in the current era. It is difficult to escape from falling into the bandwagon effect of likes, shares, and followers trap if you are a social media addict. Never try to become a perfect person (perfection is an illusion). Try to find out your best qualities, focus on them, and live according to them. This might be a romance novel, but the author somehow managed to convey this inspiring message brilliantly. She pursed her lips and perused the various liquor bottles. “What can I drink to give you a personality?”



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