Thursday, December 28, 2017

Tiffany's Review ~ Block Party by Stylo Fantome

Block Party (Twin Estates, #3)Block Party by Stylo Fantome
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars


Liam Edenhoff has a mess of a life. He's still getting over not getting the girl, losing her to his former business partner. He felt like he truly loved Katya, and it hit him hard when she chose Wulf.

Now he's back to random women and no relationships. He's realized that he's not good at relationships. Katya is his best friend and she only wants to see him happy. Happy wasn't losing her. Happy definitely wasn't sleeping with his former business partners sister, who has turned into a grade A stalker. As a matter of fact, not much makes Liam happy these days, until Ayumi Nakada. She happens to be Wulf's assistant, and she's helping with Liam's accounting because his books are a bigger mess than his life.

Ayumi Nakada is quiet, to the point, and an extreme workaholic. She doesn't have friends or a life outside of work. Wulf is pretty much it, her boss and best friend, even her emergency contact. Ayumi's mother was not very supportive. In fact, she always called Ayumi the "ruiner of things". Outside of work, Ayumi only had someone she had an arrangement with for casual sex, until he moved away. She's willing to have the same type of arrangement with Liam. Completely casual, absolute discretion, zero drama. Of course we're talking about Liam here, and some drama is bound to find him. What happens when feelings start to get in the way?

I have loved this series from book one. Even though this can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend starting at the beginning. You'll get background in them that will help you understand some parts of this book. I love Fantome's writing style and story telling ability. Liam may have been a manwhore, but he hadn't met his forever yet...even when he thought he had. He was the underdog from the beginning and I was rooting for him to get his happily ever after. I loved the banter between Liam and Ayumi. Parts of her story made me cry. Everyone should have someone that supports them unconditionally, and that's the lesson that Ayumi must learn.

This may have been my favorite of the 3, but I can't wait until the next one comes out!

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