He Loves You Not
How can a fidelity test possibly go wrong? In this sweet and sexy romance, international bestselling author Tara Brown counts the ways…
Among her superrich friends, Lacey Winters never minded being the “poor one.” That is, until her tuition money and big dreams vanish overnight. Now Lacey has a plan to make some extra cash—a devilishly brilliant plan. For a fee, she’ll te...more
This is my second time reading Tara Brown, and I knew after just a few pages that she was going to keep me there, flipping the pages like a madwoman.
In He Loves You Not, we are back to the life of the rich and privileged in the Serendipity series. Lacey, our heroine, is considered one of them but she's far from that. It is in this circle where she meets Jordan, he claims not to be like the rest of them, but Lacey has been ...more
"He loves you not" was a fun read!! It was a little bit long for me and it was like watching an episode of "Gossip Girl". Overall it was well written and I really laughed in some parts!! I really enjoyed it !!
Let me start off with saying this was my first book by Tara Brown and I really enjoyed her writing and most of her characters. Jordan, and Monty even more so, were a dream and if there is a Monty book I will read it because he is boyfriend goals, and boy did I admire his patience to put up with Marcia.
Anywho, ‘He Loves You Not’ was very Gossip Girl feel, only with more heart than drama and scandal. It depicted the struggle of not only a middle class girl working her way to ...more
Lacey Winters is the poor girl who hangs out with the uber-rich kids (can anyone say Gossip Girl?). When her little brother is diagnosed with cancer her college tuition fund is earmarked for his treatment and she needs to find a way to earn more money, over and above what she gets interning for her BFF's father. So she cooks up a great scheme to test girls' boyfriends anonymously.
Jordan Somersby is the archetypal poor little rich boy, bullied by his father into 'dating' the daughter o ...more
After finished reading this book, it felt like I'd just watched a whole season of Gossip Girl. The characters are the rich and famous people from the Upper East Side plus a middle-class family from Brooklyn... it's automatic.
The story is about Lacey Winters, she lives in Brooklyn, her friends are next level rich, but she’s not. And even though she likes them, she knows their lives has always been different.
Before her l ...more
***ARC received in exchange of an honest opinion***
That I’m a fan of Tara Brown there is no doubt, but I have to say I LOVE what she’s doing with the Serendipity series!
They’re different than your usual NA books, they have a really good story and plotline behind the romance, they’re well written and funny as hell.
Also, they are VERY ACTUAL and, because of that, it’s so easy to relate to the story and connect with the characters. They deal with subjects that are more than trendy, they’r ...more
This is sooo much better than the first book in this series and I loved that one too.
Lacey born in a middle class family but attends an elite school and is pretty much accepted by those in her circle. I was actually happy about this because there are so many stories about awful, rich, mean girls. Lacey’s family has a tragedy happen and she needs to come into money fast. Not wanting to ask her fr ...more
I enjoyed the bits of comedy laced in the novel.
On the first night home from college Jordan meets his Cinderella but she doesn’t fit into his families plans. Jordan would do anything not to be the pawn in his families business an ...more
I think the blurb on the book should have mentioned they were in college. I think my issue with this book was mostly I couldn't get into the age of the characters.
Probably a good book for others to read though.
This is my first book by this author.
When Lacey goes with her best friend Marcia on a yacht, she never thought she would run into a hot and sexy Jordan. While she knows she has seen him somewhere, ...more
Tara Brown once again dives into the world of the rich and privileged in the second of the Serendipity series. He Loves You Not packs more of an emotional edge by focusing on a young woman who rises above adversity while rubbing shoulders with people that view her as 'other' because she's not from an influential family.
Lacey loses her tuition funds to her brother's unexpected medical expenses. Raised to be independent, she devises a way to get the money she needs. H ...more
What a delicious morsel of a book. I simply devoured this book in one sitting.
Lacey is not a rich girl even though her best friends are from the upper crust. She fits in fine with that group and feels as though she belongs. After a pretty heinous break up from a rich guy, Lacey swears off dating anyone from that circle.
Jordan feels like a fraud and an outsider. He hates his upbringing and the responsibility that comes wit ...more
Serendipity Series #2
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Can be read as a standalone. I was received a copy from Skyscape via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I've read from this Author before.
Lacey doesn't have wealthy parents or lifestyle like her best friend Marcia. She's happy with having one night stands except with notorious, wealthy womanisers. Being burned by an ex. But it doesn't bother her. She's hard workin ...more
This story is about Lacey Winters the middle-class girl in a sea of rich friends, working her way through college with her BFF’s father she has a future set out and her eye on the prize. When she finds out some devastating family news she is forced to find other ways to pay for her final year in college, refusing to ask her friends for help she finds work in testing me ...more
Lacey Winters wants to help her family and be able to go to school. She is already working one job but needs more to be able to follow her dreams. Hence her fidelity business. Seems easy enough, right? Enter Jordan Somersby. A ...more
Tara Brown does a great job of writing from both perspectives and made me fall in love with not only her main characters but her side characters. I was ...more
My family will tell you it doesn't exactly fall into that order. Especially around dinner time when I "Cook" from a takeout menu with my face plastered to my computer.
I also have two cats who I adore more than I should, like more than people I know, and two do ...more