{Review} Dating the Guy Upstairs by Amanda Ashby

{Review} Dating the Guy Upstairs by Amanda AshbyDating the Guy Upstairs by Amanda Ashby
Also by this author: Dating the Guy Next Door
Published by InterMix on June 21st 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Fake Relationship to More
Pages: 193
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Young librarian Riley Harris has always maintained her independence, leaving the drama of love to anyone silly enough to fall for it. Her Jane Austen novels are as close as she cares to get to “true love.” Luckily, her handsome upstairs neighbor—and landlord—Will Henderson feels the same way.

Since his ex-fiancé crushed his heart, Will devotes himself to charity in an effort to atone for the misdeeds of his wealthy, ruthless father. So when Will needs a date for his brothers high-society wedding, he asks Riley to be his faux girlfriend.

After a spontaneous kiss throws both Riley and Will for a loop, they find themselves fighting their mutual pride and prejudice against love. And when Riley is rocked by something from Will's past, both will need to decide whether to follow their heads or their hearts...

The thing that I loved the most about Dating the Guy Next Door was how authentic it all felt and how it was so much more than a sweet romance. Though I thought Dating the Guy Upstairs was a fun story, but it wasn’t like DtGND. It was just too much cliché and too much predictability. Throw in the fact that it was fade to black, and I wasn’t crazy about this one.

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Overall: 2.5

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