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Series: Rules of Love #2
Genres: New Adult, Romance
Source: the author
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Two people. A relationship with no commitment. What could go wrong?
Javier Cruz definitely isn’t relationship material, but that suits Hazel Gellar just fine. She’s not a girlfriend girl and doesn’t plan on ever being one.
But after a mind-blowing, bed-breaking night, she knows once isn’t going to be enough. Fortunately, Javi feels the same way. And it's not just the sex. Javi is funny and complicated and Hazel loves being around him, even when he drives her nuts.
Will she and Javi make the choice to be together for longer than just right NOW? Or will their hangups about romance be the end?
For Now is the second book in the Rules of Love series, but can easily be read alone. Having said that, if you have any intention of reading For Real, I would definitely suggest reading that one first, as the second book contains spoilers.
There is plenty to rave about when it comes to Chelsea’s writing skills. My favorite parts of the book were flushed out characters, smokin’ hot sex scenes and witty banter. Revisiting Jett (who will forever be my book boyfriend) was definitely a major plus! It really is a sweet love story, so if that’s what you’re searching for, look no further. There wasn’t a ton of conflict, however. I found that the only real barrier to their relationship was themselves, and even then it didn’t seem overly complicated.
I’m curious to see where this goes as a series. There are a few minor characters that could easily be developed into their own story, but this book was mostly just Javi and Hazel.
Overall? Recommendable and not at all forgettable!
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