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Back in the Texan's Bed by Naima Simone [arc review]

Will they ever learn…

that giving in to desire is playing with fire?After discovering he has a secret son, oil heir Ross Edmond isn’t letting Charlotte Jarrett walk away again. He proposes they move in together—to share their son…and a bed. But Charlotte has secrets, and Ross doesn’t know the real reason his family’s former chef left town three years ago—and they still have a powerful enemy who could bring them both down…

I am at a loss for words. I have no idea how to review this one... do you have a trope you hate?! I do- babies/kids in romance books. There is NOTHING romantic about them. Nada. Maybe if you've never been a mum?! Anyways, I know thats a trope many of you love, just ain't for me. BUT, its Naima... and she writes gold. She also makes this non book crier cry every f***ing time. So I was pretty sure I wouldn't love this one but it would be good. And most importantly,  it wouldn't get me teary... Famous last words 😅🤣 Go read it. And when you get about 70% in get tissues. You might need it. I still don't like the baby trope, but f*** my life... this woman... she writes gold sunnies. Gold!!!! 
It's a very short book, so it felt a little rushed at times, but overall it had a great romance and the main characters had great chemistry. 
3.5 out of 5?! 
4 if you like kids in books? 
4.5 if that is YOUR favorite trope? 
Its all a matter of perspective 🤷‍♀️😊

Release Date: February 9th, 2021 
Find the book at: Inklings Bookshop

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