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The Simple Life

Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins
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Publisher's Summary

"Tara Sivec delivers another amazing book with The Simple Life! This is romcom at its finest!" (FMR Book Grind)

Brooklyn Manning thought her life was perfect in every way, until it crumbled down around her and turned into a dumpster fire. With her pride wounded and her tail tucked between her legs, she leaves New York and goes back to her tiny hometown of White Timber, Montana.   

No more 24-hour taco trucks, no more shopping at the best designer stores within walking distance, no more giving taxi drivers the finger when they angrily honk at her. She didn’t think it could get any worse. But then Clint Hastings walked into the room and insulted her.   

Her arch nemesis from high school is no longer a nerdy computer whiz, masturbating to pictures in PC World magazine in his free time (allegedly). He’s grown up to be a hot-as-hell cowboy, and she has no other choice but to be a smart ass right back to him. After all, it’s what they do. It’s what they’ve always done, and 12 years apart hasn’t changed anything.   

Only this time, getting under each other’s skin is a hell of a lot more fun than it used to be.

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  • Sarah
  • 19-03-2019

Cute Story!

After reading Wish You Were Mine, by Tara, this book was recommended to me by Audible. The narration isn't quite a duet, as the male part is minimal and you don't hear from him until about a 1/3 of the way into the book. The characterization was good. I appreciated the side stories throughout the book. It added some depth to the story itself. It's a fall from grace type story, with the heroine being an up and comer, only to have some bad luck and return to her hometown. The banter between Clint and Brooklynn was cute and the kids were funny, especially Mia. I'm not one for stories where exes are painted in a negative light, but this one did a good job of being in the present and focusing on the current story, both with Clint's ex and Brooklynn's mother. While it wasn't quite as complex plot wise as WYWM, it was a good story and an easy read. Readers enjoying enemies to lovers books will enjoy this book. There are quite a few intimate scenes for those seeking something cleaner to read. I would recommend a mature audience.