Review: The Simple Life by Tara Sivec

October 19, 2018

*A standalone romantic comedy with a lot of heart*


Brooklyn Manning thought her life was perfect in every way, until it crumbled down around her and turned into a dumpster fire. With her pride wounded and her tail tucked between her legs, she leaves New York and goes back to her tiny hometown of White Timber, Montana. 


No more twenty-four-hour taco trucks, no more shopping at the best designer stores within walking distance, no more giving taxi drivers the finger when they angrily honk at her. She didn’t think it could get any worse. But then Clint Hastings walked into the room and insulted her. 


Her arch nemesis from high school is no longer a nerdy computer whiz, masturbating to pictures in PC World magazine in his free time (allegedly). He’s grown up to be a hot-as-hell cowboy, and she has no other choice but to be a smart ass right back to him. After all, it’s what they do. It’s what they’ve always done, and twelve years apart hasn’t changed anything. 


Only this time, getting under each other’s skin is a hell of a lot more fun than it used to be.


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**** 5 Star Review ****


Can I get an amen? Another winner for this author! Another sweet, funny, and romantic book that everyone can enjoy and devour from start to finish.


I love these characters. They are ALL perfect in every way. Their snark, their wit, their compassion. Everything is there. It all adds to the overall chemistry between all of the characters. The writing, as always, is on point. I could totally feel the connection with everyone in every direction.


The angst and wit in this book are my favorite. The laughs and sexual tension made the book. I anticipated that moment where everything would finally click between Clint and Brooklyn. I knew it would be explosive and then the unicorns would just rain down afterwards. Once these two finally exploded together, I could here Audrey Luna hit that high A that's above the high C. (In case you didn't know, that A is the highest note ever sang in opera history.) I might have even seen some fireworks in all of their colorful glory. Was there porno music playing too? Maybe.


I loved every last character. Clint's girls? Awesome. Clint's sister? Fantastic. Brooklyn's dad? Perfect. Clint's nanny/housekeeper? Sublime. They all play an important part in this story. They help make the story the wonder that it is. 


Hold on tight. Mrs. Sivec is about to deliver another book full of laughs and love. I hope you are ready for it!

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