⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ REVIEW: Blurred Lines by Jessica Prince

Broken heroes break my heart every single time – it’s just so easy to fall for them. That’s definitely the case in this small town, enemies to lovers romance. This is my first time reading something by Prince, and it certainly won’t be the last. I dove right into the middle of this series of interconnected standalones with no trouble, and I have no regrets. I loved the enemies to lovers friction paired with the small town charm, the friend group, and the sexual tension. It’s a tense, sexy read that somehow manages to remain (mostly) light, even when tackling some difficult subjects. I swooned for this broken hero… though I also kinda wanted to shake some sense into him. It’s easy to see the connection that sparks between this couple, and they just can’t seem to stay away. This love story held my attention, and served as an excellent introduction to Prince’s work.

The story follows Callum, a man who was released from prison a year ago, and is still fighting the demons that plagued him there. His sexy, infuriating neighbor drives him crazy in the best of ways, but he knows that he’s not in the right headspace for love – nor is he worthy of someone so great. Aurora has always believed that the intense feelings between she and Callum are hate, but spending time with him makes her realize that he’s more complex than expected. Yes, he drives her crazy with his surly ways and hot-and-cold mood swings, but there just might be a decent man hidden underneath his gruff exterior. A lovable man. Forced to spend time together at wedding festivities, Callum and Aurora work out their tension.

If you love a good guy who has lost his way, then you’re gonna fall for Callum. He served his time, and it’s changed him. He’s still trying to figure out who he is now, and there are some heartbreaking elements to his past. I really felt for Callum, and it was easy to feel compassion for him… even when he was getting in his own way. There’s plenty of friction between Callum and Aurora – not so much enemies to lovers, but more two people trying to figure each other out, and getting frustrated in the process. While they fight and struggle with their feelings, there’s also something that draws them together. I liked the missteps along the way, and I always remained hopeful that they could work things out. There were one or two things that I didn’t love (that Aurora is drunk during their first hookup, that one of their fights went a little too far), but I really did enjoy the story as a whole. I read it in essentially one sitting, and I’m left with a strong desire to read more of Prince’s work – so that is a definite win.

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3KsE3ni


Blurb:

There was absolutely no way she was falling for her neighbor. No matter how gorgeous he was.

Aurora Keller thought she’d lucked out when she decided to put down roots in Redemption, Tennessee. She had a new business, new friends, and a picture-perfect little house. There was just one problem, and it came in the form of her six-foot-three tattooed, muscle-bound neighbor from hell, who just so happened to be her best friend’s future brother-in-law. It really wasn’t fair that Satan’s offspring was so nice to look at.

Callum Morrison wasn’t a good man. Or at least that was what he’d convinced himself. After a series of bad decisions that had resulted in the worst years of his life, all he was looking for was peace and quiet. Too bad he bought a house right next door to the one woman he wanted but could neverhave. That was enough to make any man grumpy.

What had started as a war against two neighbors turned into something so much more.

And if they aren’t careful, the fallout could destroy them both.

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3KsE3ni


About the Author:

Born and raised around Houston, Jessica is a self proclaimed caffeine addict, connoisseur of inexpensive wine, and the worst driver in the state of Texas. In addition to being all of these things, she’s first and foremost a wife and mom.

Growing up, she shared her mom and grandmother’s love of reading. But where they leaned toward murder mysteries, Jessica was obsessed with all things romance.

​When she’s not nose deep in her next manuscript, or binging on sit-coms, you can usually find her with her kindle in hand.

Connect with Jessica:
Website: www.authorjessicaprince.com
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Instagram: www.instagram.com/jessprince_writes
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