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Review: Cupid For Hire by Lila Monroe

This story was so much fun. Poppy is smart, funny and sassy, so extremely likable. She has a cool but kind of strange job and doesn’t take herself too seriously. Dylan is the stereotypical playboy but he’s sweet and very down-to-earth despite being extremely wealthy. He’s her best client but they develop a mutual crush after an accidental, unplanned date night that devolves into an intense make out session.

There are a lot of variables surrounding their potential involvement. After all, Dylan is her best customer and they’ve become friends but he’s also super-hot and totally irresistible so what’s a girl to do? Poppy tries her best to get over it since he’s focused on his high-school crush, but it’s just not working.

This is a light, funny and sweet read that I enjoyed very much. It’s also my first book from Lila Monroe, but won’t be the last.

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Cupid For Hire
By Lila Monroe
Cupids series book 1
Published 2019

Cupid For Hire by Lila Monroe
Cupid For Hire by Lila Monroe

She can make anyone fall in love…

Poppy Hathaway is a professional Cupid. Need a love note, raunchy sext, or apology letter so epic that your other half will forget you hesitated a second too long when you asked, ‘Is my cousin hot’? She’s got you covered. But when her most frequent bachelor client, the annoyingly charming (or is that charmingly annoying?) Dylan Griffin comes to her with a big new job, Poppy discovers that three little words can add up to one big complication…

He’s got his eyes on the (wrong) prize…

Dylan doesn’t want help seducing another swimsuit model (for once in his life). He wants Poppy’s help winning his high-school crush – and he’s prepared to make it worth her while. Throw in a summer Catskills trip that’s equal parts ‘Dirty Dancing’ and dirty-talking, and this Cupid is soon out of her depth – and head over heels with the last man she expected. But can she find the right words when it comes to her own heart? Or will this happily-ever-after be more of a romantic disaster?

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