Review: CHERRY BOMB by Carmel Rhodes

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Cherry Bomb by Carmel Rhodes
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: August 28, 2019
Rating: ★★★1/2

Cherry defines the word self destructive but as the story progresses you realize that she is so much more than that word. I actually liked this book because I kept falling more and more in love with Cherry as the story progressed. It couldn’t have been easy to write such an emotional character and I adore Cherry for it.

I really like how the story developed and I definitely liked the emotional side of the book. I love Cherry and Arden’s friendship them most. I know they had their differences but the way everything tied up had me in my feels for these two.

I couldn’t really connect to the story and honestly Cash was just okay. No doubt I admire his efforts towards his daughter but I just couldn’t feel anything solid from him otherwise.

I definitely want to read more from Carmey Rhodes because this was just my first read from her and I am really intrigued and 90% invested.

3.5 Stars!


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My heart doesn’t beat, it ticks.

It’s been that way since I was sixteen years old and I caught my sister in bed with my boyfriend.

I gave my heart to a boy who didn’t deserve it, then spent the next few years indulging in hard drugs and even harder sex.

Life is easier when you don’t get attached. Casual. No Commitments. That’s the rule. At least it was before he came along.

Cash Davidson is the tattooed prince who walked into the restaurant where I work and turned my life upside down.

He is everything I never knew I needed. There’s just one problem


He’s my best friend’s dad.


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