The Love Coupon (Stubborn Hearts #2)

The Love Coupon (Stubborn Hearts #2)

How many coupons does it take to fall in love? Flick Dalgetty knows what she wants and how to get it, which is why she?s about to start her dream job in Washington. Until then, she needs somewhere to crash, and Tom O?Connell?s place is her sole option. He?s a repressed, antisocial ogre?but man can he kiss. For Tom, being around Flick is like being too close to the sun. Her u How many coupons does it take to fall in love? Flick Dalgetty knows what she wants and how to get it...

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Title:The Love Coupon (Stubborn Hearts #2)
Author:Ainslie Paton
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  • Helen
    Apr 09, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

  • nick
    Feb 23, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

  • Kaetrin
    Jan 08, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

  • Saly
    Apr 19, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰
    Mar 17, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

  • Karen
    Apr 13, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

    I'll word vomit my thoughts on a page later but this book was all kinds of enjoyable. Flick and Tom werent what I expected but I enjoyed them all the same. This was just as enjoyable as hoped and I loved we got a glimpse of Jack and Derelie too. ...

    I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I've mixed feelings about this story. This was my first book from the author, so I didn't have high expectations. I loved the plot and this was a fun read to me. ...

    Despite some issues at the beginning and a bit rocky endings, I quite enjoyed this story ...

    This was a DNF for me. I could not get into this book. I tried many time too! ...

    dnf I did like the couple - very difficult, but relatable, characters but I was struggling too much with the writing style and editing. ...

  • Blackjack
    Apr 20, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

  • Bree T
    Mar 31, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

  • Deanna from Deanna's World
    Mar 07, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

  • ♥Rachel♥
    Mar 26, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

  • Jess
    Apr 13, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

  • Lisa
    Oct 22, 2017

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

  • Rebecca
    Mar 10, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

    I'll word vomit my thoughts on a page later but this book was all kinds of enjoyable. Flick and Tom werent what I expected but I enjoyed them all the same. This was just as enjoyable as hoped and I loved we got a glimpse of Jack and Derelie too. ...

  • Heather andrews
    Feb 10, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

  • Laura
    Mar 02, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

  • Ellie
    Apr 12, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

    I'll word vomit my thoughts on a page later but this book was all kinds of enjoyable. Flick and Tom werent what I expected but I enjoyed them all the same. This was just as enjoyable as hoped and I loved we got a glimpse of Jack and Derelie too. ...

    I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I've mixed feelings about this story. This was my first book from the author, so I didn't have high expectations. I loved the plot and this was a fun read to me. ...

    Despite some issues at the beginning and a bit rocky endings, I quite enjoyed this story ...

  • JG
    Mar 29, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

  • Danielle from Short and Sassy
    Feb 24, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

    I'll word vomit my thoughts on a page later but this book was all kinds of enjoyable. Flick and Tom werent what I expected but I enjoyed them all the same. This was just as enjoyable as hoped and I loved we got a glimpse of Jack and Derelie too. ...

    I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I've mixed feelings about this story. This was my first book from the author, so I didn't have high expectations. I loved the plot and this was a fun read to me. ...

    Despite some issues at the beginning and a bit rocky endings, I quite enjoyed this story ...

    This was a DNF for me. I could not get into this book. I tried many time too! ...

  • Marianna
    Mar 06, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

  • Mary at USAT's HEA
    Apr 07, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

  • Kindling Micky
    Apr 04, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

  • Rowena
    Apr 02, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

    I'll word vomit my thoughts on a page later but this book was all kinds of enjoyable. Flick and Tom werent what I expected but I enjoyed them all the same. This was just as enjoyable as hoped and I loved we got a glimpse of Jack and Derelie too. ...

    I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I've mixed feelings about this story. This was my first book from the author, so I didn't have high expectations. I loved the plot and this was a fun read to me. ...

    Despite some issues at the beginning and a bit rocky endings, I quite enjoyed this story ...

    This was a DNF for me. I could not get into this book. I tried many time too! ...

    dnf I did like the couple - very difficult, but relatable, characters but I was struggling too much with the writing style and editing. ...

    What a cute romance this turned out to be. I really enjoyed the chemistry between Flick and Tom and their story was just super sweet. I can't wait to jump into more books by this new to me author. Her writing style worked for me and I connected with both Tom and Flick. ...

  • Annia Lennox
    Apr 07, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

  • Zephyrine
    Apr 04, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

    ***I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*** At first, I wasn't really feeling this book. I was like, "Great, my first review book and I'm going to have to give it a negative review." That's OK because I want to be honest but I would s...

    Tom can only take so much, ?too much attention and I?m not gonna make it inside you. Feels like I?ve been this hard since last night.? Tom could be so considerate, "he?d changed out of his suit into sweats and a T-shirt. ?I?m going to be here with you, because you?re sc...

    I'll word vomit my thoughts on a page later but this book was all kinds of enjoyable. Flick and Tom werent what I expected but I enjoyed them all the same. This was just as enjoyable as hoped and I loved we got a glimpse of Jack and Derelie too. ...

    I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I've mixed feelings about this story. This was my first book from the author, so I didn't have high expectations. I loved the plot and this was a fun read to me. ...

  • Aila
    May 24, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

    The Love Coupon is a unique, sexy and smart opposites-attract romance that shines with Ainslie Paton?s sharp, witty and distinctive voice. Flick Dalgetty and Tom O?Connell are temporary roommates with very different personalities. He?s serious, tightly wound, a little grumpy and ...

    The Love Coupon probably has one of the most memorable quotes I have read for awhile " This coupon entitles us to be together. Time, place manner of your choice. One night or every night. No limits. No expiration. I love you and the only ambition I have is to be wherever you are. Redee...

    The Love Coupon is a wild, crazy ride with redeemable coupons for fun, laughter and sexy shenanigans. It's deep, emotional and will rock your world as you dive headlong into Flick's antics and Tom's reticence. It will crush your heart, delight you and make you think about what really m...

    I was a pretty big fan of the first novel in this series, The Love Experiment so I was pretty keen to read this, especially because the blurb contains two of my favourite words in a hero: repressed, antisocial. I don?t know what it is but sign me up for an uptight type, especially wh...

    This is a fun, sexy, and sensual story, a story of opposites who take a bit to realize their love for each other, but what a journey to get there. I love Tom such a hero and Flick tiny, feisty, fabulous and maybe a little vulnerable where family is concerned, this is the second book in...

    2.5 stars "Forget grief and consolation, forget expectation and obligation. They'd become something to each other independent of those things. Roommates with benefits and a shelf life. Occasional lovers. Friends." How does this author take a seemingly simple premise (grumpy hero ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Apr 17, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

  • Dísir
    Feb 10, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

  • Maria Rose
    Mar 26, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

  • Amanda
    May 13, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...

    3.5 stars, rounding down I struggled a bit with this book and found myself putting it down to read other books, something that definitely wasn?t the case with the previous book I love forced proximity and roommate plots. I often enjoy opposites attract. I love the concept of th...

  • Adele Buck
    Mar 22, 2018

    |Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review from publisher via NetGalley. Thank you!| I would like to say that I loved this book but sadly, that was not the case. I found this book really overwhelming and all over the place. I didn?t enjoy our female lead and her ?q...

    Flick is full of energy and her life appears to be a little chaotic, but really, she?s a determined woman when it comes to her goals. Flick rose above her circumstances and exceled despite having no help from her family (a family that fully pissed me off!). Now she?s finally landed...

    I really enjoyed the first book in this series THE LOVE EXPERIMENT and I was super excited to see if the same quality of writing and characters could be replicated but differently. I can report that the answer is yes. THE LOVE COUPON has two rather different characters (thankfully) but...

    This book is set in the same world as the previous book, and we even meet Jack and Derelie for a second in the beginning, but it can be read as a complete standalone! Flick - Felicity - is about to leave Chicago for Washington. She got her dream job. She still has to wor...

    Ainslie Paton was one of my favorite romance discoveries last year. I completely adored The Love Experiment - it turned me into an instant fan of the author. I was beyond thrilled to find out that she was continuing the series on with The Love Coupon. I didn't think it was possible, ...

    Conceptually this book has an intriguing premise. Two very different people are wildly attracted to each other despite being complete opposites, but because of temporary circumstances they are forced to get to know each other well. Tom is an introvert with a dedication to living a very...

    A few of my fellow bloggers put Paton on my radar, and am I glad they did, because The Love Coupon was such a fun and sexy read, which I am filing this under "books that made my face hurt", because that ending left with smiling from ear to ear. Who? ? Tom, a super disciplined PR...

    ***3.5*** You can find this and many more reviews on my blog Marianna's Corner! The Love Coupon confused me like no other. It?s been two weeks (maybe more) since I finished reading it, and I still have no idea what the rating will be. What is it that is troubling me so? The wri...

    On the heels of The Love Experiment which was a fun look at two reporters pushed into working on a story together and discovering they quite liked finding out what made the other tick, the Love Coupon is the second and equally enjoyable romance in the Stubborn Hearts series. Stubborn H...

    Also on Romances Ever After. I love Ainslie's The Love Experiment with all my heart, and I've gushed about it on this blog too. I kept putting off reading this ARC because I knew I'd be wanting more after I finish, and I wanted to spare myself the pain. I made the right decision for...

    Reviewed for Dear Author. 4.5 stars, rounded up. http://dearauthor.com/book-reviews/ov... ...

    I didn't end up liking this as much as I thought I would, both based on premise and past experience with the author, and I think there are a couple reasons why. 1) It's a super short time period for a romance. Ostensibly, the relationship develops over three months, but there's a pe...

    Quirk is the order of the day each time I read an Ainslie Paton novel, from the (sometimes hilarious) descriptions of her characters to the even odder situations that they find themselves in. But these can also be a refreshing change from the monotony of encountering variants of the sa...

    I didn't like the first book in the series but this one was loads better. Even though I do not like uptight heroes this book worked for me maybe because the heroine was so awesome. She was so kick-ass in her job and so vulnerable when it came to her family. Even when these two were kee...

    An instant addition to the favorites shelf. Clever, fun, and with an opposites attract pairing that is paradoxically made for each other. ...