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Crashing into Her

(Love on Cue #3)

3.89  ·  Rating details ·  319 ratings  ·  67 reviews
Relationships are a thing of the past for Eva Montgomery. Her current motto? You can’t spell “manipulative” without man. But Eva has needs, and a one-night-stand at her best friend’s wedding is the perfect way to kick off her new approach to singledom. Then a job opportunity puts her in the same city with the guy she can’t forget . . .

Anthony Castillo is a perpetual bachel
ebook, 400 pages
Published February 19th 2019 by Avon Impulse
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Feb 02, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: series, contemporary
3.5 stars

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

“Eva,” he whispers in a low groan. “Friends shouldn’t do this.”

Third in the Love on Cue series stars Eva and Anthony. Eva was the friend and Anthony the cousin to the heroine in the first in the series, Acting on Impulse. Series readers will enjoy the many appearances and inclusion of past heroines and heroes. However, newbies could comfortably start h
nick (the infinite limits of love)

I've been loving the Love on Cue series and couldn't wait to dive into the last book, Crashing into Her. It was just the kind of greatness I've come to expect from this author and from this series. It had me laughing and swooning and fanning myself, because hello steaminess!

I knew from the previous books that I was going to have a ton of fun with Eva and oh my goodness, this girl was a complete riot. She had me laughing my butt off with her witty comments and her sense of humor. I love a good he
Sam (AMNReader)
She sighs. "I don't know what to do with my feelings."
"Neither do I."
She throws her head back, leaving her delectable, kissable neck exposed for my viewing pleasure. "What's the point of honesty if we remain in the same place we've been since Day One?"
"If you think we're in the same place as Day One, then you are being dishonest with yourself again."

I'm happy to report that I feel Mia Sosa has offered up her strongest book in this series yet. she's had the bones since the beginning- Acting on
Maria Rose
Crashing Into Her by Mia Sosa is the third story in the author’s fun and sexy Love on Cue series. I loved the first in the series, Acting on Impulse which made my list of best of 2017 romances. This one stars a cousin to the heroine of that first book and her best friend in a one night hookup that leads to something more.

Eva Montgomery is ready to make her mark, and if it means leaving her safe home haven of Philadelphia and heading for the bright lights of L.A. where her best friend Tori lives
Tanja ~ KT Book Reviews
One of my favorite tropes!! An unforgettable night with an unforgettable man you thought you'd never see again. YES!!! Give me more!! LOL! Oh, the longing, the butterflies, the nerves, the chemistry. Sigh... it's all the things. Crashing Into Her is a funny-sexy read with real chemistry. It's also my first read by Mia Sosa. Absolutely won't be my last. I adored this read.

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Aug 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
**4.25 stars**

This book was sooo good! The characters were mature and interesting (POC!!!), they had good banter and their Misunderstanding Argument at the end was actually valid! I even enjoyed the side characters. And surprise wedding at the end (not the two mains)! So cute! Loved it.
Sofia (Bookish Wanderess)
This book is funny, entertaining and a quick read.

I really liked the main characters, they were opinionated, hard workers, and very energetic. I enjoyed their dynamic that went from dislike to like, and their relationship that went from a one night stand to a friendship full of sexual tension to finally a romance. The banter and chemistry between them were amazing, the sex scenes were steamy, and the romance was heartwarming.

I also really enjoyed the hero's relationship with his dad and the wa
Jul 01, 2019 rated it really liked it

I took Crashing into Her on vacation and it was perfect. It was engaging, highly readable, fun, funny and just different enough from the standard romance tropes that I truly wanted to keep reading. I love a story that gives you a little background on the characters and that lets their families or friends or work exist in a full way.

I appreciate that this cover features people of color, but honestly, it does no justice to the story which is about two stunt people in LA with large, vibrant person
Elley Murray
Feb 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: diverse-author
Rating: 4.5 stars

I love a romance that's about more than the relationship between the two leads, and Crashing into Her completely delivers. Both Eva and Anthony go through so much soul searching and growing out of old fears (on Anthony's part) and into themselves (on Eva's), it's just really wonderful.

Eva is awesome, and I totally want to be her friend (and take her fitness classes!) Her relationship with Tori is great, and I'd definitely want to join Every Body if, y'know, it were a real place
Teresa (Reads_Romance)
Feb 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I freaking adored this book. I couldn’t put it down! I actually got on the wrong train during my morning commute because I was so engrossed in finishing this fabulous contemporary romance.

Finally, a book that not only lightened my mood, but also added depth to a tough trope. Okay, well Mia Sosa actually plays with tropes in CRASHING INTO HER, and it totally works. This was part friends to lovers, part enemies to lovers (frenemies to lovers?), and part best friends brother… er… cousin. Whatever.
Mel González
Every time I read one of Mia Sosa's books, I fall more and more in love with the way she writes and constructs the pacing of the plot. This is something that I've seen only in a few other authors and that is that she keeps me on my toes, she doesn't create the normal plot that we see in romance where the characters meet, sleep together, fall in love, something happens and they fight at the 70 or 80% mark and they get back together. No, she constructs her own pacing and I love that. Even though P ...more
I had never read anything from this author, but I really liked the premise, so I jumped on the chance when I got the invite.

I really liked Eva and Anthony. She’s so sassy and strong and I love that she always spoke her mind. Anthony is maybe a little stubborn, but so good and secretly a marshmallow. Together they had some excellent banter. The chemistry was decent, but did have a lot of telling instead of showing. I also really liked Tori and Anthony’s dad and they easily stole whatever scene t
Mar 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Smart and sexy—caliente!

I want to be friends with Eva! She could really inspire me to get off the couch and into the gym. Her upbeat attitude and charisma made her character so real. And sexy stuntman Anthony is her perfect man. What a fantastic finale to this series highlighting diverse characters and cultures. More from Mia, please!
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Would it be fair to say that I think that I am in love with both Eva and Anthony. I love multi/inter racial relationships. I love that they find a common ground between to cultures and two individual people that are more than their heritage. I love that I could love them both as people first, then as a couple together.

I loved the characters. I loved the complexity/ or not of the coming together of these to both times. Crashing Into Her was a perfect name for this romance.
Teresa Readsalot
I loved this book. Realistic main characters who solved their problems like adults. Started it a 7am and was finished by noon. Couldn't put it down. ...more
Xan West
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Ruthie Taylor
Feb 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~

This is the third book in the series - and although it relates to a new romance, the characters do carry over from the previous books, so reading them in order will definitely give you a richer experience. That said, this is a well rounded and fun story in its own right.

Told from the point of view of both leads, we get a deep insight into why they have such negative views on romance. Both having suffered from parents who
Ever since I read their introduction in Pretending He’s Mine, I've been looking forward to Anthony and Eva’s story. Crashing Into Her didn't disappoint. Mia wrote a sexy and witty one-night-stand-turned-to-love novel that is filled with her signature snappy banter and which celebrated her rich multicultural heritage.

I loved Eva’s sass and confidence and Anthony’s sensitivity. I like their reluctant fall into love. I adore the cherished friendship and love for family. I enjoyed the unique settin
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Feb 06, 2019 rated it liked it
Crashing into Her (Love on Cue #3) by Mia Sosa
3 stars
M/F Romance
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.

Eva is trying to figure out what she wants in life. While she loves what she does, she also knows that she might be made for more. When she picks up and heads to LA, she knows that her father is not super excited about her choice. What she doesn't expect is his blatant attempts to get her to move home. He manipulates her like nobody else can. But, Eva is determined to stick
Feb 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Eva and Anthony were so much fun! They both fought so hard to remain unaffected by each other.

Eva as a heroine ticked so many boxes. She was smart, ambitious, and straightforward. I liked her immediately. I also liked Anthony. He was a real gentleman, and cared about what Eva wanted and her dream fulfillment. I also liked his relationship with his dad. Their teasing and competing was fun and entertaining.

The reintroduction of past series characters was good, and I enjoyed the food/culture mentio
Cardyn Brooks
Eva and Anthony drive each other wild in more ways than one. But can they back up their big claims of "one and done" after a wedding hookup? Crashing Into Her spins a popular trope into an emotionally nuanced love story about re-examining one's beliefs and being mature enough to accept responsibility for short-sighted choices while exploring other options. Lots of laughs, too.

While I’ve had some difficulties with Mia Sosa’s romances in the past, I’m happy to report that Crashing Into Her was an excellent romance that achieves a near-perfect combination of humor, steaminess, and honesty. Add in a dash of some super authentic Puerto Rican representation, and we’re in business.

What I love about this book is that it takes some tropes that I usually associate with a bananapants level of drama and instead gives readers a more low-key version—all without compromising the em
Repeat after me: I cannot go wrong with a romance from Mia Sosa. Yes, there it is - I cannot go wrong with a romance from Mia Sosa. Her stories have everything! Hear, heart, laughter and characters who could be snatched from any street in the country and put in a Benetton ad – diversity that just is, like real life, with characters who have flaws and strengths just like every other person in the world, regardless of how they ‘fit’ an image. And these three (squared) are lovely – from Tori and he ...more
Mar 14, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The previous book gave us a glimpse of the antagonist chemistry between Eva and her best friend's cousin, Anthony. It haven't stopped them from having a one-night stand after her bf's wedding. Not living in the same state, they won't see each other again anyway. But three months later, Eva is starting a new life in L.A, working as a trainer at her bf's gym and trying to show her father she have what it takes to succeed in a big city. Not quite sure what she wants to do though, she end up taking ...more
Mar 02, 2019 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars in my Sky!

I enjoyed the "active" moments in the book - Eva's action woman antics definitely made me feel lazy. The book has a real coming of age element, although I wasn't entirely sure it fit with the age range, but I did enjoy it!

Eva is lost. She's always been beholden to somebody, whether it be to her dad or her unfortunate ex's. In a bid for freedom, she moves across the country to California and gets a fun job as an exercise class instructor with her friends company. As an action
Athena Rupas
Feb 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Enter Eva and Anthony in the third book in the Love on Cue series. Eva and Anthony appeared in the first book "Acting on Impulse". Series readers will remember Eva as the friend of the heroine and Anthony is the heroine's cousin. If you've read the series, you'll enjoy the appearances of past heroines and heroes. However, if you're starting with this book you won't feel confused as these books are stand-alone novels. This series has all been humorous and steamy. Eva is a total riot and her witty ...more
Feb 13, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebooks, arcs
possibly more like 3.5, but rounding up.

i liked this one a lot, more than the first book but not as much as the second book. i was really excited to get to eva and anthony because of the glimpse we got of them in book two. this book starts off with them having a one night stand, which is glossed over - which is fine, i don't particularly like when we get a sex scene first thing because i have no connection with the characters yet. that being said, because we did get that glimpse of them in book
Feb 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: contemporary, arc
Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 2/24/19.

What a way to finish off the series!

Eva and Anthony's story did not disappoint. Eva's snarky inner monologue--not to mention the not-so-inner dialogue between the two of them--was often snort-out-loud funny. Their reasons for not believing in love were realistic--even when you didn't agree with them, you understood why they thought that way--and the path each took to finally come to their senses was 100% believable. I liked that they both had a han
Feb 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
OMG...... Banter, chemistry, sex, what more could you ask for?

It takes a lot for me to give 5 stars, but this story was all that. This was my first Mia Sosa book, but will not be my last.

Adam and Eve...... I mean Anthony and Eva, or do I? Eva is Anthony’s temptress in every way that Eve was to Adam and the
apple in the story is the sexual chemistry and personality characteristics that complement each other.

Anthony has the proper balance to Eva’s quick wit and sarcasm, they have shared interests,
Cheryl Jamai
Apr 01, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Crashing into her is the latest installment in the Love on Cue series. Eva Montgomery is the feisty best friend of Tori from book one in the series. Eva has had issues with past relationships and is done with that part of her life, but one night stands don’t count. She hooks up with Tori’s cousin Anthony. What is supposed to be a one night stand, or a one and done, turns into something different when hearts get in the way.

Anthony Castillo is not into relationships. That is, until he can’t get T
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Mia Sosa is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance. Her books have received praise from Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, Booklist, Library Journal, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, and more.

Book Riot included her debut, Unbuttoning the CEO, in its list of 100 Must-Read Romantic Comedies, and Booklist recently called her “the new go-to author for fans of sassy and sexy c

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