Saturday, March 11, 2017

Statistically Improbably by Jennifer Peel

Statistically Improbable (Dating by Design Book 2)Statistically Improbable by Jennifer Peel
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I've been looking forward to reading this ever since I finished His Personal Relationship Manager - a year ago! So of course when I saw this was released this morning I had to drop everything and dive in.

This was an entertaining book! Fun plot, likable characters and swoony romance. I like that this story can stand alone, but it was fun seeing previous characters and I liked how it tied into the first book. We meet Meg in the first book, and I suspected something might happen with her and playboy Zander. She certainly gives him a run for his money! I'm not the biggest fan of the whole "bad boy" or player storyline, but every once in awhile I come across a book that makes me believe the guy truly has changed (those are the books that actually make it to my reformed rake shelf - I have to believe they've changed to make it on there!) I liked both Meg and Zander, I thought they had great chemistry and it was fun to see Meg stand up to him. It was especially fun to see Zander fall for Meg - something he is not used to doing, despite all the many women he dates.

Overall, I really enjoyed this one and will definitely read again. Can't wait for the next book.

Content
Romance: Clean - kissing (mild talks of past sexual relationship - and waiting for marriage)
Language: Mild
Violence: None
Series: Dating By Design, Book Two - can stand alone

Source: Kindle Unlimited

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