Review: Soulmate by Katie McCoy

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☆☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

 

What It’s About:

Five guys. One bar. And a whole heap of sexy trouble…

Sawyer Landry is sexy, rugged, charming… and did I mention sexy? Back in college, we were best of friends – which meant I secretly hid an epic unrequited crush, while he dated every other girl on campus… and then told me all about it the morning after.

Now I’m back in Chicago for the first time in years, and Sawyer is determined to rekindle our friendship. I swore, I wouldn’t put my life (and heart) on hold for him again, but just one look at his handsome face and I know, he’s still the only man for me.

But this time, things are going to be different. No more sitting around, waiting for him to realize his dream woman is right in front of him. No, I’m going to make him see, I’m not just one of the guys anymore.

But can I really go from sidekick to soulmate? And will this playboy bachelor realize, true love is waiting – if he’d only take a chance?

Find out in the hot new standalone romance from Katie McCoy!

#1 Rascal
#2 Wingman
#3 Heartbreaker
#4 Soulmate – Oct 15th
#5 Troublemaker – Dec 10th

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My Thoughts:

Soulmate by Katie Mccoy is the fourth book in her absolutely addictive Rascals series. I have loved following the love exploits of the five college buddies who opened up a neighborhood bar called Rascals.

In Soulmate, readers get Sawyer’s story. Sawyer is the strong, quiet, furniture builder who is a total commitment phobe. Gabi, who has just moved back to Chicago, is one of Sawyer’s best friends. She is Sawyer’s only female friend. However, upon her return, Sawyer struggles with the fact that his best mate is now super sexy. How will the self-proclaimed king of the one-night stand keep his distance and maintain their friendship?

I really enjoyed both Sawyer and Gabi even though I felt that Sawyer needed a brick wall to fall on his head and Gabi needed to make Sawyer work a bit harder to gain her forgiveness. They’re perfect together, and miserable apart. I really appreciated Gabi’s successful career transition storyline in addition to the romance. Soulmate is a delightful friends-to-lovers romance with a few nice twists and a slew of great characters.

As with the other books in the series, Soulmate can be read as a standalone novel. I do feel the books are more enjoyable if you read them all though. Either way, Soulmate is a lovely story about an adorable couple!

 

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