Quickie Reviews For You: The R.L. Mathewson Edition (8)

June 2, 2015 3 flames, 4 flames, 5 flames, Quickie Reviews, Review, Romance 1

A short post featuring a few quick reviews. Short, sweet and all in one post.

Taken from my list of books read and ready to be reviewed, we are featuring books that are from The Neighbor From Hell series by author R.L. Mathewson.

 

playing for keeps1Playing For Keeps
by: R.L. Mathewson
Neighbor From Hell #1
4 Stars
GOODREADS / AMAZON (Currently FREE)
Can I just say that those Bradford men are sexy! I want one. Seriously. Send one to me R.L. Mathewson (and several hundred dollars to feed him each month). Jason was hysterical. I laughed so many times when reading this book. I did think it had many repetitive scenes, but the characters made up for this. Not only do Bradford men have an unbelievable appetite, but they have very large egos. Haley wasn’t my favorite character, but she did seem to balance well with Jason.

 

perfection2Perfection
by: R.L. Mathewson
Neighbor From Hell #2
5 Stars
GOODREADS / AMAZON (Currently $0.99)
Oh.Em.Gee. LOVED this book in the series! Trevor was the ice cream, cake, icing and a cherry on top in this book. I loved him from the beginning, all the way through the epilogue. The naughty scenes had me fanning the blush away on my face several times. Again, the Bradford ego and appetite is in abundance, but who cares when we get dirty and swoon worthy. Zoe was one lucky girl in this book. (And ladies…he likes himself some curves!)

 

checkmate3Checkmate
by: R.L. Mathewson
Neighbor From Hell #3
3 Stars
GOODREADS / AMAZON (Currently $0.99)
Huh?…What happened? While Conner definitely was another hot male in this series, I wasn’t a fan of Rory or the story. Two rivaling companies, coming together for one project, living next door to each other, and hating each other from childhood. Oh, and throw in some sex, egos, and tons of side characters. ┬áThere was plenty of plot, but lots of repetitive dialogue that made it drag. I wanted to throttle Rory more than embrace her. ┬áThe side characters — along with Conner’s sarcastic commentary –is what made this book bearable for me. Even though I didn’t like it as much as the first two, I definitely want to read more in the series to keep up with the Bradford family and friends.

One Response to “Quickie Reviews For You: The R.L. Mathewson Edition (8)”

  1. lisagk

    Perfection was by far one of my favorite books in the past couple of years. love, love, loved that story!

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