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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

REVIEW: Just a Little Flirt by Renita Pizzitola

Just a Little Flirt 
by Renita Pizzitola
Release Date: March 31st 2015 by Flirt/Random House
Series: Crush #2
Pages: 240
Genres: Romance, New Adult, Contemporary
Author's Links: Goodreads, Website, Twitter, Facebook
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Saying yes has always come easy for Fallon. Now, in Renita Pizzitola’s steamy, poignant new novel, winning her dream job means saying no to the guy she wants the most.

Between all the parties and random hook-ups, Fallon Carr is this close to flunking out of college. But her internship working with pediatric patients means the world to her—especially since, at the end of the summer, one lucky intern will be offered a paid position. Determined to leave her bad reputation behind, Fallon even takes a bet that she won’t sleep with anyone from work. But there’s one little catch. . . .

Not only is Cade Ryan the hottest guy Fallon has ever laid eyes on, he’s a therapy dog handler who volunteers his time to visit kids at the hospital. So when he starts pursuing her, Fallon can’t believe her bad timing. The thing is, Cade is different. He’s not like the college guys who see her as a one-night stand, or the high-school boyfriend who took a part of her she can never get back. Cade genuinely wants to spend time with her—and not just between the sheets.

Fallon won’t let her growing feelings for Cade get in the way of her dreams. Besides, no guy can break down the walls she put up long ago. So what’s the harm in a little flirting? It’s not like she’s falling in love. But she may have seriously underestimated how complicated things can get when the perfect guy falls for her first.

(Synopsis taken from Goodreads)

My Review:

Just A Little Flirt is a Must-Read!

Hands down this was one of my favorite reads of this year so far, from the characters to the plot line, Renita Pizzitola delivers a sizzling romance that will leave you wanting for more. In her newest novel, Pizzitola delivers a story of new beginnings, and the possibility of finding love when you least expect it to be. 

Just when things couldn't get worse, Fallon Carr is about to fail college miserably if she doesn't get her life back together. When she gets an internship at a hospital, she is determined to be the best, and leave her old live behind, especially when there is a possible job at the end of her internship. But that soon changes when she finds herself drawn to Cade Ryan, the therapy dog handler, and the one that she accidentally bumped into on her way to her first day at the hospital. Not knowing if she is going to see him again, Fallon decides to forget about him, and even takes a bet with one of her friends that she is not going to sleep with anyone from work, especially Cade. Little did she know that that was going to be a hard promise to keep. 

Cade wasn't looking for anyone in particular to date, he is determined to finish with College, and volunteer at the hospital with his dog. But the minute he sees Fallon, he immediately is drawn to her outspoken personality, and beauty. That was enough for him to do everything in his power to spend more time with her, and take the flirting between them into something more. But with Fallon being determined to stay friends with him, and the gossip in the hospital, is going to make things difficult for the two of them to start a real relationship.

There were a lot of things that I loved about this book! The story line flows nicely throughout the story, from beginning to end, I was intrigued with the characters, and it was hard to stop reading. I enjoyed Cade's personality the most, he is caring, smart, handsome, and he loves his dog! When he learns the real reason why Fallon is desperately wanting to move on, he is supportive, and understanding. On the other hand, Fallon has recently ended her relationship with her boyfriend, and taking the internship at the hospital seems like a good idea to start over. When she finds herself competing for the job at the end of the internship, she gets to see what the other interns are capable of when they find themselves wanting the same things she does. Fallon then gets to see who her real friends are, and who is worth fighting for in the end. The ending of the book was probably the sweetest scenes in the entire story, it brings everything together, and makes it perfect. Overall, the story was great, it had a good flow, and the romance is on point. I highly recommend giving it a try. :)

*ARC provided by the author through NetGalley in exchange for an honest opinion. All opinions are my own.*

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