Paradox by bestselling author CA Harms is set to release October 15th!
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Pretending had always been so easy for Shane…until Janelle moved in next door.
Janelle was excited to be starting a brand new chapter in her life. But her eagerness quickly plummeted when her new neighbor stormed over with his arrogance and attitude. And now, just the sight of him made her blood boil.
Just as she thought she knew exactly what kind of man Shane Anderson was, he blindsided her and left her speechless.
Turns out, she didn’t know him at all…
She quickly realized that the man he pretended to be was nothing more than a Paradox.
I just finished this book and ya’ll I got thoughts. This book was different, I thought it from the beginning. Usually we see the female having all the issues and hiding and exploding and usually the guy is the background character. This book was almost refreshing as it focused on Shane and how he was was shouldering the entire world and trying to use Janelle as a way to escape is everyday life.
And instead of being mad about it (which sometimes he was a bit of a jerk), I found myself being empathetic. I personally feel that I tend to shoulder things and think I can handle it all on my own, just like Shane was. Janelle, she was a breathe of fresh air, she was lightweight and free and unapologetically herself. I loved her parents and sisters and how they interacted and I look forward to reading more on the Pearson sisters. Great start to a series.
Reviewed by: Paige R.
C.A. Harms is an avid romance and mystery reader. She’s always had a love for books, getting lost in writing and storytelling even as a young girl. She enjoys happy endings and HEA love stories.
She lives in Illinois and enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. She holds an addiction for Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha’s and KitKat when she should really be focusing on water and maybe a fruit or two to make herself feel less guilty, but that feeling quickly passes…thankfully.
She is easy going, fun, and although she may seem like one of the quiet ones at first, you just wait until she gets to know you better…that quietness changes, fast.