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review 2017-11-08 21:56
Leo Loves Aries (Signs of Love, #1) by Anyta Sunday 4 Star Review!
Leo Loves Aries - Anyta Sunday

A new person will enter your life in the early year, Leo. Look past any moments of frustration they might bring and laugh—this could be the start of a thriving friendship.

Theo Wallace usually laughs at the horoscopes his mom sends. Still hung up on his ex-girlfriend and practically friendless, this one begs him to reconsider. Because a friendship that stuck, that thrived…

Well, that would be a reason to leave past pains behind and look to the Bright Future.

When his sister Leone challenges him to find her the perfect date for a spring wedding, Theo uses it as a chance to make new friends. Theo’s ex economics tutor and newest roommate Mr. Jamie Cooper seems to be a possible and convenient match. Real convenient. Like written in the stars, convenient.

All he has to do is make sure this Jamie is good enough. Could really be The One for her, and the friend for him.

But watch out, Leo, the stars have a surprise in store…

 

Review

This is a light romance with a great pair of siblings, a lot of banter, and a slow burn with a clueless hero.

 

Boy is Theo clueless. It can be a bit much at times how much he doesn't get that he is falling in love with Jamie and that he is jealous or that Jamie is gay. The banter is wonderful but it can also go a bit far when I long for more emotionial connections.

 

However, overall, this is a charming romance with wonderful smart characters and a great cast.

 

Good times!

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review 2017-10-29 16:08
When two signs collide the results are delightful
Scorpio Hates Virgo - Anyta Sunday

What a treat! I wasn’t entirely sure how I felt about the dictionary entry at the start, and to be honest, those never really did it for me, but other than that small detail, I loved this book. It was funny, there was clever word play, and the growing awareness between Perseus and Callahan that they couldn’t consider themselves nemeses anymore had me rooting so hard for them.

 

This is also very much a story about grief and loss and a community, an extended family actually, coming together to help the healing process. The Sherlock Gnomes game was a ton of fun and gave great insights into all the secondary characters. I’d love to read more in this world, so I’ll definitely be going back to read Theo’s story.

 

Thank you to NetGalley and Anyta Sunday for the opportunity to read this title in exchange for a fair and honest review.

 

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review 2017-09-07 01:09
I'm totally a softy where Virgo's are concerned...
Scorpio Hates Virgo - Anyta Sunday

I really, really loved 'Leo Loves Aries' and enjoyed the hell out of that book and while I'm not sure that I'd say I loved this one more I definitely loved it every bit as much as 'Leo Loves Aries'. 

 

Percy's returned home to the cul-de-sac after the funeral of his beloved Aunt and he's determined that he needs to sell the house that was left to him in order to move on with his life. What he hasn't counted on is that maybe the people in this close knit little community...his aunt's neighbors and one neighbor in particular would do their subtle and not so subtle best to make him see that sometimes moving on has more to do with where your heart is than your body.

 

Within minutes of his return to his aunt's home Percy's confronted by Callaghan Glover his nemisis and verbal sparring partner. 

 

Percy's got his hands full in this one. He's determined to sell his Aunt's house and move on from the grief that it holds for him. But first he's got to deal with a cousin whose grief is expressed through anger, a neighborhood that's convinced he needs to spruce up his aunt's home and make it his own, his nemesis who seems determined to change the dynamics of their relationship and whose family is starting to feel suspiciously like they need him as much as he needs them. Then there's the neighborhood game of 'Sherlock Gnomes' that's just too tempting to resist add in some eggnog and a few carrot cake muffins with cream cheese frosting and you've got the makings of some fun and yummy times.

 

I loved how sweet this story was and for as much as I enjoyed seeing Percy and Cal interact and watching their relationship develop and change I also loved all the neighbors and Cal's family...well, except for his dad...sorry, him I just did not understand and I really don't care to try. And I totally want to join in with the Sherlock Gnomes and play Zombie Apocalypse, this just sounds like to much fun to miss out on and hey, Leone, Theo and Jamie were on board for this too.

 

Percy's so busy with trying to move on that what he almost does't see is that he's building memories and re-starting his life right there in the place he wants to leave...

"...But you brought more inside, Cal. You brought kindness and affection. You brought friendship." Heat pooled behind his eyes and he blinked hard, voice catching. "You brought me family."

'Scorpio Hates Virgo' is a sweet, low angst, fun, enemies to lovers story and I loved the added touch of the compatibility of the different signs of the zodiac. While I'm not someone who checks their horoscope on a daily or even a weekly basis, I can't deny that in general the subject of astrology holds a certain fascination for me and in the case of this book it was just too tempting for me to resist since my son's a Virgo and I was curious to see if I would find any similarities between him and the character of Cal and I did...so needless to say I adored Cal. But, I also loved Percy too for all that he'd been through I found him to be feisty and caring and I loved that in spite of how much he claimed to want to sell the house and move away his heart was never truly into the idea.

 

I'm curious to see what signs Anyta Sunday has planned next for this series...maybe Gemini, Sagittarius, Pisces? There are so many possibilities, I'm definitely looking forward to finding out.

 

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An ARC of 'Scorpio Hates Virgo' was graciously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2017-09-05 17:57
Some bets were never meant to be made...
Leo Tops Aries - Anyta Sunday

When Theo makes a bet with his Aries that he can hold out the longest there are no limits on how far the rules get stretched.

 

"Leo Tops Aries" is a short, sweet, very entertaining story about a bet between Theo and Jamie and it's got the all the banter, teasing and snark that we got in "Leo Loves Aries" and needless to say I quickly devoured this one as I'm sure did anyone who read "Leo Loves Aries" and loved it. 

 

This one's definitely worth taking the time to find and read. Enjoy!

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review 2017-09-05 17:42
You gotta' read this...
Leo Loves Aries - Anyta Sunday

I've been wanting to read this one for a while now and it may have taken me some time to get to it but damn was it worth the wait. 

 

Reading this book was like being given a great big bag of my favorite candy. So sweet but just so damned good there was no way I could stop. 

 

I love Theo and Jamie was just freakin' adorable and together they were total awesome and fun. I could go on and on but really there are already some wonderful reviews out there so if you want to read more seriously go check them out and if it's telling you what a awesome story this is and that you should read it well...you can safely assume that I agree.  Ok, so now I'm off to do a quick review for 'Leo Tops Aries' and then finish reading 'Scorpio Hates Virgo' and then there are so many other books and audio's to get to...so much to read/listen to and so little time.

 

So you see my dilemma I've just got to much to do to be reinventing the wheel when it's already there and working...like I said there are already a lot of really good reviews out there for you can read or you can just take a leap of faith and read the book. 

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