Book Review: The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon

Happy release day to The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon. I've really enjoyed this series and am sorry to see it come to an end. It's time for London's happily ever after in this entertaining and sweet story.

Book Review: The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon
The Hookup Plan (The Boyfriend Project #3) by Farrah Rochon

Strong female friendships and a snappy enemies-to-lovers theme take center stage in this highly anticipated romantic comedy from the USA Today bestselling author of The Dating Playbook.

Successful pediatric surgeon London Kelley just needs to find some balance and de-stress. According to her friends Samiah and Taylor, what London really needs is a casual hookup. A night of fun with no strings. But no one—least of all London—expected it to go down at her high school reunion with Drew Sullivan, millionaire, owner of delicious abs, and oh yes, 
her archnemesis.

Now London is certain the road to hell is paved with good sex. Because she’s found out the real reason Drew’s back in Austin: to decide whether her beloved hospital remains open. Worse, Drew is doing everything he can to show her that he’s a decent guy who actually 
cares. But London’s not falling for it. Because while sleeping with the enemy is one thing, falling for him is definitely not part of the plan.

3 out of 5 stars

Overall, I thought The Hookup Plan was an entertaining, sweet, and heartfelt story. It was filled with fun scenes and emotional ones too. That being said, there were several things holding me back from really loving it but it still made for an enjoyable read.

I loved the banter between Drew and London and watching their feelings develop as they reconnected. However, as the story went on, London’s thoughts of their time in high school got a bit wearing and made this great chemistry I felt between them fade a bit. I enjoyed learning their history and what made them tick. There's a bit of drama and heat and some humorous moments between them that I liked. I was thrilled when they finally shared their feelings from the past and things were out in the open, the growth was good but slow.

I liked learning about their personal conflicts and what they were dealing with as they found their way together. There were several great storylines set up with office politics and family drama, but in the end, I felt they were glossed over and easily resolved, making them fall flat. I loved the relationship that all three of the women have together and the bonds that they've formed, it’s those friendships that helped make the story shine. 

I was really excited to read this since I loved the other two. There was a fast-paced start making me feel invested but about halfway through, it started to drag and I had a hard time staying connected. There were so many great scenes that I enjoyed but just as many that didn’t work for me. This may not be my favorite in the series but I'd still count it as a good read all the same. 

Complimentary copy received from Forever Romance.

Book Review: The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon | About That Story
"Entertaining and sweet story." - About That Story

Thank you Forever Romance for the finished copy of The Hookup Plan.

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The Boyfriend Project (#1) - Amazon | My Review
The Dating Playbook (#2) - Amazon | My Review
The Hookup Plan (#3) - Amazon