Delilah Jameson has the perfect life. A great job in her downtown DC art gallery, a group of girlfriends who will always have her back and Cole; her friend-zoned roommate. Yet, there is something missing; a man she can truly call her own.
When online flirting with a complete stranger awakens Dia's sexual curiosity, how far will she go in order to find her happily ever after?
While we meet all the women of the UCC this book tells us the story of Delilah and her sexy as hell roommate, Cole. Delilah is definitely attracted to Cole but is fearful of messing up their living situation/friendship, so she turns to online dating. Of course Cole can’t resist helping her as she weeds out potential suitors. Eventually Delilah meets an intriguing match, one who seems too good to be true and comes with a catch-when the pair meets, he insists she be blindfolded. Sexy times ensue for them and Delilah finds herself falling hard for this mystery man, while still trying to ignore her feelings for Cole.
The dialogue here is witty and fun. I have a bit of a soft spot for online dating (it’s how I met my husband LOL) and I really liked how the author used the messages between Delilah and her mystery man throughout the story.
This book made me chuckle and it made me need a cold drink at parts. It was a quick, fun read and as I said, I’d like to read more from this author.
Disheveled was a good friends to lovers story that proves that not everyone is how we make them out to be and sometimes the perfect match for us as been right under our nose the entire time. Dia and Cole are the perfect example of this. Although it had some secrets that I won’t tell, and at times was a tad bit predictable I did really like it. Especially the messages back and forth, some were funny, some were sexy, and some were panty melting hot, but all were highlights to this book in my opinion. I have absolutely no idea what UCC stands for and it isn’t revealed in the book either, but honestly I think these UCC meetings with Dia and her friends weren’t really important to the book maybe in the future books they will have more meaning but at least for me they were filler. Disheveled is an overall a good book to read during a rainy afternoon and one that I enjoyed.
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About the Author:
Eva LeNoir grew up travelling with her parents to various countries in the world. Reading was her constant companion during her travels and her ability to adapt to different cultures fed her mind with endless possibilities. The characters swimming in her head are always from various horizons with a multitude of dreams and aspirations however they always have one thing in common: The women are strong and independent. A true believer in the female cause, Eva's wish is to portray the women in her books as the leaders. She sees them walking hand in hand with their partners and not be the sheepish followers of the male gender. But most of all, Eva LeNoir wants to offer her readers a moment of pleasure as they dive into the world of her mind's creation.