Review: Caught Up In Her (Caught Up In Love #0.5) by Lauren Blakely

Caught Up In Her

Caught Up In Her (Caught Up in Love #0.5)

by Lauren Blakely



I’m not going to say it was love at first sight when I met her. I don’t believe in that. Because love isn’t about falling for someone’s looks. Though she was beautiful in every single way, from her dark, wavy hair to her gorgeous brown eyes, to the soft curves of her body. But that’s not why I fell so hard for her that summer. She took my breath away for reasons that had nothing to do with her looks. It was the the movies, the conversations, the walks through the small town, the nights on the beach with the waves rolling in, the way I could hold her hand and feel as if the world had simply melted away and we were all that was left. So, there was no love-at-first-sight. That would come later, and if it happened first it would take away all the reasons that stayed with me for the next five years. Even though you’re not supposed to fall for your best friend’s little sister. But that didn't stop me...

A prequel novella in the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Caught Up in Love series.



4 out of 5 stars

This was a fun novella and I really enjoyed it. A quick read with sweet characters that were playful and flirty. Bryan and Kat had nice chemistry and great banter. I loved that it was told from both of their POV's.

I got a good sense of the characters and where they were at in their lives and where they were going. I thought this was a nice precursor of what's to come. I like that there was a five years later update that leads you into the first book, Caught Up In Us. I have not read the first book yet but this prequel makes me really want too. :-)



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