by Jenna Hartley
Published by Self-published
Release Date: April 21 2021
Genres: Romance, Contemporary Romance
Format Read: ARC, eBook
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When my dad asked me to intern for his best friend, I knew I should've said no.
I had my own plans for the summer.
Ones that didn't include revisiting my childhood crush.
Sleeping with the boss?
Probably not what my dad had in mind when he asked for my help.
But from the moment I step foot in the office, I can think of little else.
I still want Jonathan.
Am I willing to gamble my relationship with my dad and my heart?
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Inevitable is the fourth book in Jenna Hartley’s Love in LA series, but can be read as a stand alone.
I will not lie, it has been a hot minute since I read a decent age gap novel.
I was so happy with this novel. Inevitable was a breath of fresh air!
I was so pleasantly surprised when Inevitable showed up on my kindle from WildFire Marketing Solutions.
Really, there isn’t much to even discuss about with this book. It was excellent! It was sexy and funny, and emotional and it was easy to read.
I know, this is a pretty short review. But I honestly don’t have anything to say about this book other than that you should read it!
I loved that Sumner did not give up her dreams for a man.
I loved that Jonathan changed his life for her in order for them to be together.
I loved that this book did not focus only on the age difference, but rather on the impact that the characters being together would have on the people they loved.
It was an excellent short little read and I highly recommend!
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