Review: WE SHOULDN’T by Vi Keeland

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We Shouldn’t by Vi Keeland
Genre: contemporary, romantic comedy
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: January 20, 2019
Rating: ★★★★✰

This book had my cracking up the very first chapter

Bennett and Annalise got off to a rocky start even more so when they found out they were up against each other for a job. Enemies to something more is one of my favorite types of books and Vi Keeland did this one right.

Bennett and Annalise were funny. Poor Bennett really wanted to keep his walls up and be a brooding jerk, but just couldn’t with Annalise.

With ups, downs and road blocks it was good read and I very much enjoyed it.

4 Stars!


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Bennett Fox walked into my life on one hell of a crappy Monday morning.

I was late for the first day at my new job—a job I’d now have to compete for even though I’d already worked eight years to earn it, because of an unexpected merger.

While I lugged my belongings up to my new office, a meter maid wrote me a parking summons.

She’d ticketed a long line of cars—except for the Audi parked in front of me, which happened to be the same make and model as mine.

Annoyed, I decided to regift my ticket to the car that had evaded a fine. Chances were, the owner would pay it and be none the wiser.

Except, I accidentally broke the windshield wiper while slipping the ticket onto the car’s window.

Seriously, my day couldn’t get any worse.

Things started to perk up when I ran into a gorgeous man in the elevator. We had one of those brief moments that only happened in movies.

You know the deal…your body lights up, fireworks go off, and the air around you crackles with electricity.

His heated stare left me flush when I stepped off the elevator.

Maybe things here wouldn’t be so bad after all.

Or so I thought.

Until I walked into my new boss’s office and met my competition.

The gorgeous man from the elevator was now my nemesis. His heated stare wasn’t because of any mutual attraction. It was because he’d seen me vandalize his car. And now he couldn’t wait to annihilate his rival.

There’s a fine line between love and hate—and we shouldn’t cross it.

We shouldn’t—but straddling that line could be so much fun.

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