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The Nice Guy by Abi Sabina: Book Review

  *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

Here’s my advice: Never fall for your boss when he is a walking red flag.

After finding out that my boyfriend cheated on me, I packed my bags and moved to Sunshine Falls.

My uncle's ready to retire, and he has always dreamed of me taking over his partnership at the animal clinic in town.

My surprise comes when he introduces me to my new partner, and it’s the cute guy I was talking to at the coffee shop.

It’s okay, though. I’m not looking for a relationship. My priorities are my career and starting over.

Ivan and I clash at every turn, and our transition is anything but smooth. Throw in the exotic animals that keep showing up, and I think we’re doomed.

The one thing we can agree on is to make my uncle proud.

When Ivan starts to open up to me, it's difficult to ignore my feelings. Throw in turtle-shelled glasses, and I’m putty.

I’m tempted to break my rule, but I know the consequences that come with dating a co-worker, and I won’t go through that again.

The Nice Guy is a diverse closed-door romantic comedy full of swoony moments, laughs, and a meddling Cuban family. It's Amor Series follows Cuban-American cousins as they find unexpected love. You'll get sizzling chemistry without the spice.

Abi Sabina writes sweet closed door romance full of swoon, sass, and humor. She traded in the big city life for small town living when she moved to Spain.

She hasn't wrangled herself a country boy yet, but she writes books based on charming heroes and small town charm. (And maybe throw in the city setting every so often.)

She loves coffee, country music, and the mountains. Her goal is to write stories that make you feel, smile, and cheer on love.

Oh my goodness, what a way to start a series! 

First and foremost, the romance between Ivan and Madison was the sweetest. I really enjoyed these two together. He was such a great character with his awkwardness, but genuine care for those around him. Madison was a good character too, but honestly, it was Ivan that really made this one for me. I loved the sweet romantic moments, but also all the fun animal mishaps that I didn't know I needed, but couldn't get enough of (I'm looking at you, Llama Mia!). There were so many moments throughout this story that I found myself laughing out loud. 

Beyond the romance though, I really fell in love with Ivan's family. They were loud and a little over the top, but also clearly had a lot of love. Knowing that the rest of the series is going to focus on his family (and even getting a few peeks at what's coming), has me all the more excited to read them all. 

If you are looking for a sweet and clean romantic comedy with lots of animal mayhem, this is absolutely one not to be missed!


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