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Review: Package Makes Perfect by Lauren Connolly

★★★★

There are two sides to every story. What is interesting is when one side purposely hides their deeds and tries to come across as the innocent party. I found myself loving this story so much because I became so invested with the characters. Robin is a woman in a man's world. She is a mechanic not for cars, but for aviation! This isn't easy to break into but she has the skills and they are in high demand. Moving to a new place for a man seems like a bad idea all around, but she took the plunge and now she regrets it.


When her relationship breaks apart, Robin curses herself. I completely empathize with her. I hurt for her situation and I don't blame her for wanting to leave the entire city and see it just in her rear view mirror. When a friend, Arthur comes to the rescue, things get complicated. I love this complication. I am riveted to see how Robin and Arthur's friendship advances into romance. They are so cute together.


The premise of this romance is so adorable. The set up started off with a bang. From the very first chapter, I'm popping popcorn to see this drama unfold. At each point, I am munching my popcorn and going, "oh no he didn't! He did!" Robin's ex-boyfriend is a dud. His relationship with Arthur comes to question and I cannot believe some of the stunts he pulled on Arthur. I am glad the truth came out and all's well that end's well. This contemporary romance is recommended to those who enjoy complicated and awkward situations resolving in an happily ever after.



* I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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