Miss Behave

Miss Behave

by Nikky Kaye


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ISBN-13: 9781988673356
Publisher: Nonskid Publishing
Publication date: 07/03/2018
Pages: 226
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.52(d)

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Miss Behave 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Momma_Becky 11 months ago
There's a fine line between love and hate, and these two dance all over it. Miss Behave is lighthearted, often hilarious, and absolutely adorable. Ash and Lizzie are about as different as night and day, especially in their views on romance, but somehow, they just fit together perfectly, even complementing each other. I love the way they reluctantly become friends that blossoms into something more. The angst level is low and it's easy to see the cause from early on, but the story and characters are so interesting and funny that it keeps the pages turning. All in all, Miss Behave is a genuinely entertaining read with lots of funny, steam, and romance.
Jasmyn9 11 months ago
Miss Behave is everything I hoped for. It's light, funny, super hot, and the characters were amazing. I loved the battle of the sexes vibe that came through with Ash and Lizzy both writing advice columns, and their different approaches were so much fun to read. Where Ash says he's more down to earth, telling it like it is, Lizzy tries to be more neutral and kind. But, to be honest, they both give pretty good advice from what I read. When they are thrown together to write just one column instead of two, it gives them just the chance they need to fall head over heels for each other. But they seem to be from two different worlds. When Ash sticks his foot in it, Lizzy feels like he's betrayed her trust. Not sure I would have seen it the same way, but it led to one of the best apology scenes ever! It wasn't groveling or Lizzy being overly dramatic. She was hurt, and he made sure she knew he would never mean to do that. I wish I could have read this in one sitting - but life prevented it. It's the perfect book to just dive into and not come up for air until it's done. *I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of the book*