New Release + Review: Just Neighbors by Charity Ferrell

Title: Just Neighbors 
Series: Blue Beech Series
Author: Charity Ferrell
Genre: New Adult/Enemies to Lovers Romance
Release Date: March 26, 2019

Every day, my neighbor tells me to have a good morning.
Every day, I tell him to f*ck off. 

Kyle Lane is the town’s hottest cop. 
He’s also the man I’ve despised since high school. 
He’s made it his life’s mission to get under my skin. 
Each morning, he stands on his porch with an annoying smirk on his perfect face.

Until one day, he’s no longer on his porch, but on mine. 
He claims he wants to redeem himself for ruining my life. 
My instincts tell me to stay away, but with each morning he shows up, it becomes harder and harder to resist his charm.

He thinks he has me right where he wants me, but there’s just one problem: you’re not supposed to fall in love with your enemy.

THREE 🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!

Oh how this book got to me. I waffled back and forth with loving this and wanting to scream my head off so much. The start of Chloe and Kyle’s story had me giggling and expecting an epic enemies to lovers read filled with great banter, and while the banter was there it felt like they were more ENEMIES (shouts caps necessary) than they ever would be anything.

As these two slowly battled their way into love I still wasn’t prepared for how truly deep the angst and heartbreak were going to go. What started as fiery chemistry and love blossoming quickly became second place to unraveled secrets and moments that frankly, gutted me. I’m usually one who loves a good emotional read and while Just Neighbors definitely stands out I really wish we got a bit more of the happy times with these two. They went from enemy number one to swoony romance and whipped right back to enemies before we finally got that romance back.

Charity Ferrell writes New Adult and Contemporary Romance. She resides in Indianapolis, Indiana. She grew up riding her bicycle to the town’s public library, and reading anything she could get her hands on.

When she’s not writing or plotting her next book, you can find her reading, spending time with her family, or shopping online. 

Just One Night is her ninth book.

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