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Natasha Anders

3.5 Stars

The Ugly Duckling Scores A Prince

Ms. Anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. Unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the H and h, fizzled out. I was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. The tension reemerged near the end of the story, so I bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

All in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as I loved the premise of the plot line. I really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual POV.

Mason Carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. While visiting a local pub, his brother, Spencer, asks him to be his wingman. Spencer wants to make a move on one of the McGregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. Mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

Daisy McGregor, is the youngest of three sisters. Her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." She is more the frumpy and disheveled type. While attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, Daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped Carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. The next thing she knows, he is asking her out. Daisy is totally confused because handsome men like Mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"Maybe I missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "Or maybe I'm drunker than I thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"I asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"Guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

What starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws Mason for a loop.

*I received this book, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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the ugly duckling scores a prince

ms. anders is a new author for me, and she drew me into this story like a moth to the flame, giving me hope for a five star rating. unfortunately, before the half way point, the tension and sparks which drew me in to begin with between the h and h, fizzled out. i was still interested in the characters and the ending, but it just started losing it's appeal. the tension reemerged near the end of the story, so i bumped my rating up to 3.5 stars.

all in all, it was a decent read, but it could have been awesome, as i loved the premise of the plot line. i really liked this author's writing style and always enjoy a dual pov.

mason carlisle, as a teenager, was known as a rebel rouser from the wrong side of the tracks, but now in his early thirties, is the town heartthrob who is quite accomplished. while visiting a local pub, his brother, spencer, asks him to be his wingman. spencer wants to make a move on one of the mcgregor sisters and asks him to flirt with the youngest sister as a distraction. mason is not the least bit keen on the idea, but will do anything for his brother who is coming out of a hellacious relationship with his ex-girlfriend.

daisy mcgregor, is the youngest of three sisters. her two older sisters are the beautiful ones, but she is known as "the other one." she is more the frumpy and disheveled type. while attending the bachelorette party for her middle sister, and wishing she was anywhere but, daisy is shocked when one of the gorgeous and totally ripped carlisle brothers comes over, sits down next to her and chats up a conversation. the next thing she knows, he is asking her out. daisy is totally confused because handsome men like mason don't ask out girls like her, ever.

"maybe i missed something here," she said, circling her finger in the space between them. "or maybe i'm drunker than i thought because this conversation stopped making sense about two minutes ago."

"i asked you out," he said, and she blinked, before laughing.

"guys like you don't go out with girls like me," she ridiculed.

what starts out as a brother playing wingman so his older brother can score, turns into an affair of the heart which throws mason for a loop.

*i received this book, via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review*
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