• Amazing writing ✔️
• Well thought out and developed characters ✔
• Guys who always make you swoon ✔
• Women who are fierce ✔
• Great friendships ✔
• Sugary sweet romance that you feel down to your toes ✔
Now that you know you have to read her, I’ll continue. I’ve been so excited for Cut Free. I knew Eliza’s story would be my favorite after meeting her in book one. She has so much pain and crap thrown at her in her past. She was only living a half life. I knew Eliza’s love story would be the best yet, and I wasn’t wrong. Eliza and Charlie started off as the two craziest friends. Opposites in the way they look, but completely compatible in every other way. Eliza wants to live life and rebel, Charlie agrees to help her. There friendship slowly develops into an awe-inspiring love story.
Eliza is fierce but shy. Charlie is crazy but sweet. They fit together so perfectly. Charlie shows his love in some of the cutest and sweetest ways (He has a way with words. Encouraging and romantic). I thought James was my favorite guy from this series but Charlie swooped in and quietly took his place. Cut Free will leave you in such a book high, you’ll be dreaming about it later! Between these amazing characters, the funny and sweet banter, and the greatest love story ever, you may shows signs of sugar overload. It’s ok, just keep reading!
“…a story that pulled at your heart strings with wild scenes that need a fire extinguisher to put out the fire.” Ellie, Goodreads review
“Cut Free will leave you in such a book high, you’ll be dreaming about it later! Between these amazing characters, the funny and sweet banter, and the greatest love story ever, you may shows signs of sugar overload. It’s ok, just keep reading! ” Julia, Red Hatter Book Blog
” Charlie is my favorite character in this series! He’s hot, swoony and just ridiculously sweet. He’s just awesome and then you add Eliza into the mix and it just makes for a great book! ” Sarah G. Goodreads
“Just two imperfect people discovering how perfect they can be together.” K. Bartholomew, Goodreads review