Release Date: January 28
KERRY’S 4 BLUSH REVIEW
Overachiever is a romcom and friends to lovers story – it’s a spin-off from the Violet Circle Series, each one can be read as a standalone. I haven’t laughed so hard reading a book in a while… Overachiever was hilarious.
Remee is driven, her goals are set and nothing will stop her from achieving them. Remee lives with two other friends that are carefree and want Remee to join in. Next, we have a group of guy friends that are downright immature at times but really good guys! Owen, Graham, and Marty are full of fun and some of their pranks will have you full-out belly laughing.
Owen is quirky, he’s witty and wears his heart on his sleeve. He a bit hard on himself at times but I absolutely adored him. Owen was the perfect guy for Remee. They are great friends who turned into so much more. They had some obstacles in their relationship but once they figured it out they were each other yin and yang!
Overachiever is funny, adorable, and sweet. They are a crazy group of friends who are enjoying life.
It started with a summer job and a ridiculous sex dream.
If you were to ask my friends to describe me, they’d tell you I’m an ambitious person. Responsible, driven, and focused on my goals. Words like stubborn and uptight would probably get thrown in there too. I’m not sure about that, but I know who I’m not.
I’m not the woman who lets a guy derail me from my plans. Watching others make that mistake has taught me well. No serious dating. No relationship until I’m successfully settled into my career. That’s the promise I made to myself and I’m determined to keep it.
Despite being an excellent student, there’s one lesson I fear I’ve learned too late. Funny men aren’t as harmless as they seem and should be avoided at all times. They sneak in under your radar and end up under your skirt. One second you’re laughing. The next you’re hunting for your underwear on a hotel room floor. Believe me, it’s not worth it.
If only my heart would stop screaming louder than my brain, I might be able to believe that Owen falls into that category. He’s my friend, but every day we spend together in this hotel, or working on our summer job building houses for charity, the harder it gets to convince myself we shouldn’t be more.
Years of diligence, and I’m being destroyed by a goofy smile
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Meet S.M. Shade
S.M. Shade is a homeschooling mom hopelessly addicted to Dr. Pepper, love stories, sunshine, and men with full sexy lips, though not necessarily in that order.
A voracious reader since she sounded out her first word, she started writing as a teenager and rediscovered her love of writing as an adult.
Originally from Indianapolis, S.M. now lives in a small Kentucky town with her teenage son.
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