To Be Your Girl (To Be Yours #1) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

To Be Your Girl (To Be Yours #1)

To Be Your Girl by Rae Kennedy

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hanky Panky
Bumping uglies
Doing the Nasty
Going all the way
Passing the Gravy
Pants Off Dance Off
Playing hide the sausage
Spearing the bearded clam
Making the beast with two backs
Tickling her Tummy from the inside
Using a telescope to explore the black hole

However you want to refer to sexy times, there were quite a few of them in this book, and boy were they steamy! The two main characters were Haley and Cade. Haley moves in with her older brother and his best friend Cade who live in a College town, though the guys graduated years ago. Haley is transferring to the nearby college to finish her degree. The brother, Tucker knows Cade can’t keep a woman for more than a few days and treats girls like crap. So Tucker makes Cade Promise to not mess with his sister.

Of course Cade is attracted to Haley from the get go, but fights it and Haley starts dating another guy right away, but as you can probably guess, something happens between Haley and the boyfriend and Cade displays his jealousy and they eventually end up together. I will try not to give away any spoilers but want to let you know how I felt about the plot. So here goes. The brother is not home a lot, then he goes away on business for a while so they have a lot of time together to become friends and are very passionate.

I like the fact that it is not insta-love and they do fall deeply which I can see, and it can happen pretty quickly for any two people that are together that much in your early twenties and sleeping together and there is a lot of passion. Though as the story progresses there seems to be one too many things that end up getting in their way.

I mean I can see the brother because that was coming from the beginning, then just when you think they might get back together they don’t and then again just when you think they might work it out, something else comes up. And then I won’t spoil here but even more happens and I think it should have just been workable from that point somehow. Because I didn’t like part of the ending.

That said, I really did like the romance between Haley and Cade and I was even crying at one point. The book held my interest throughout so I give it a 3.8 stars (rounded up to 4). For true love. 💋💖

Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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