Tossed Into Love

Tossed Into Love

by Aurora Rose Reynolds


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Can the best of enemies become the hottest of lovers? New York Times bestselling author Aurora Rose Reynolds proves that opposites can be compatible—and twice as combustible…

Libby Reed is over it. Or that’s what she tells herself. She’s lusted after one of New York’s bravest for years, but firefighter Antonio Moretti has doused her interest for the last time. As much as she wants the arrogant jerk (in a bad, bad way), they can’t even be in the same room without setting each other off…which might be a problem now that she’s volunteered to help out in his family’s restaurant.

Antonio’s been burned before. Now he knows better than to trust a pretty face and follow another pair of long, beautiful legs into heartbreak. But while Libby might rub him the wrong way, he can’t deny the heat between them. And it only burns hotter when she steps up in his time of need. The closer they get, the more he realizes he may have misjudged her. Then again, he doesn’t know the secret Libby’s keeping that could send their relationship up in flames before it’s even begun.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781503905467
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 08/21/2018
Series: Fluke My Life Series , #3
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 562,851
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Aurora Rose Reynolds is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author whose wildly popular series include Until, Until Him, Until Her, and Underground Kings.

Her writing career started in an attempt to get the outrageously alpha men who resided in her head to leave her alone, and it has blossomed into an opportunity to share her stories with readers all over the world.

For more information on Reynolds’s latest books or to connect with her, contact her on Facebook at, on Twitter @Auroraroser, or via email at To order signed books and find out the latest news, visit her at or

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Tossed Into Love 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Shylawright More than 1 year ago
Never in my life has a book affected like this one. Amazing, passionate, smokin hot scenes, friendship and love. This is a book for eveyone. Read this book. Page after page I was hooked. Will definitely be reading more by this author.
JkD88 More than 1 year ago
It seems there's not a story that Ms. Reynolds writes that I don't adore. Not everything was perfect in this story, but man did I fall in love with the characters. This series is great for a quick read -- not in a bad way, just that the characters seem to fall in love almost immediately, and then the rest of the story is shenanigans toward them accepting that love. These characters are fantastic & I've enjoyed every bit of this series!
BeckyRendon More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars Tossed Into Love is sweet as can be with a grumpy fireman who is snide and short tempered. Or at least his is with our heroine. Wronged by his past and not looking for a repeat in his future, Antonio does everything he can to stay away from Libby. Too bad he physically can't fight any more. Libby has crushed on him forever. She is aware he hates her. It's the why that drives her nuts. Why is he so mean? Why does he hate her? Why can't she get over him? Tossed Into Love is a sweet love story. It's a nice break from your day and a perfect dose of happily ever after.
Ticvic2001 More than 1 year ago
Absolutely adorable. To what I was expecting since I have read the others in the series but it was great! Read it in one sitting, couldn’t put it down and loved the storyline. Great buildup and setting descriptions. Loved the internal fight both Antonio and Libby have with themselves toward each other and their reactions. We don’t see as much of the sisters in this one as we do the others so I didn’t get as much family humor as the other books which is not bad or good but I had become accustomed to it. We do get other opportunities so it is a nice change up and flows smoothly. Great series. As I have read all the author’s books I love how each series has its own twists and plots so you never get tired of the stories. Something different and new each time with the same core competencies and hard work to bring the story to life.
ldooten More than 1 year ago
This started out as a 5 star read, and as the story went on, it lowered to a 3 star read. The writing itself flowed well, and I liked the characters (at the beginning). I'm a sucker for the enemies to lovers trope, so I was excited. Antonio ruined that for me. I usually have problems with whiny heroines, but this time Antonio wasn't an alpha, he was a complete jerk. He disliked Libby because of ONE conversation that he overheard about her wanting a designer purse, because his ex was materialistic. Once he gives her a chance, it doesn't get better. The whole birth control conversation was just uncomfortable, and honestly none of Antonio's business. He gets mad when he finds out about the pizzeria, but he shut Libby down every time she tried to bring up the conversation. Libby was a doormat for Antonio, and I wanted it to get better, but sadly it doesn't. Also, I think Mrs. Ina is supposed to be a spunky secondary character, but I thought she was overbearing and rude. This was a first for me from this author, but I will definitely give her another read. I voluntarliy reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.
queenzany More than 1 year ago
Tossed Into Love is pure perfection! This takes no prisoner love capade just was it! It clearly had me from the start with the make me drool bittering and the over the top alpha hotness. Yes, let a man become all alpha on me, make him be overprotective and sweet as oh hell! Then that just does me in! Yes, another onclick perfection in my eyes and ears.
PennySparkles More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars - Fun and sexy - In Tossed Into Love we get the story of the last remaining single Reed sister, and Tony, the hot firefighter/pizza maker she’s had the hots for since forever. As with the previous books in this series, I really enjoyed the story, the banter and the chemistry… it just didn’t completely wow me. Unlike Running into Love and Stumbling Into Love, in this instance I loved Libby much more than I liked Antonio. Libby was a hard-working, sweet and quite serious young woman. She was stylish and a complete fashionista and worked as a makeup artist in an upscale salon. She worked very hard for all she had, but found that she wasn’t enjoying her job and line of work as much as she had in the beginning. While searching for something that would make her truly happy, she offered to help out in her favorite pizza place, where the owners (Antonio’s parents) are having some issues. That is how she ends up having to spend time with Tony, who’s running the restaurant while his father recuperates from a health scare. While Libby’s never been too good at keeping her crush on Antonio on the down-low, Tony has pretty much been a jerk to her openly from the very first time they saw each other. And at first, that doesn’t change in their forced proximity. Tony was hot, obviously, as he is a firefighter, but he could be sweet and funny too. Unfortunately for me, he could also be a ginormous prejudiced butthole which totally killed his hotness level like, by at least half. When Tony let go of his preconceived notions about Libby and really started to get to know her, magic happened. Their chemistry was undeniable and they truly seemed meant to be. That is until Antonio’s stupid prejudiced ways rear its head again. As this is an ARR’s romance, everything works out in the end and everyone lives happily ever after with lots of babies. While Tony managed to overshadow his dreaminess with his attitude, I really liked Libby, and their chemistry was really something. Tossed Into Love had the sexiness, banter, and the fluffiness I was expecting, and even though the whole series was not my favorite from Ms. Reynolds all the stories were enjoyable and fun to read. *I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book*
UpAllNightBB More than 1 year ago
4.5 Tossed Stars Review by Lisa Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog What a wonderful, sweet, sexy story for the next Reed sister in the Fluke My Life, Tossed Into Love by Aurora Rose Reynolds turned out to be. I just love this story. There is just something about it that warms your heart. But don't get me wrong, the journey getting to the end, was filled with those moments on the rollercoaster ride called life. Each book in the series can be read as a standalone but are best enjoyed when read in order as we first saw Libby in book one and even more so in book two. Seeing her story start a while ago and the added build up until she got her own full book was so well done that you are left in the book hangover. Ms. Reynolds does such and amazing job in her stories and this one just proves it. How she evokes the real life struggles, internal thoughts and the fight within ourselves. Her way with words just pulls you in and has you feeling like you are part of their world. Enemies, Libby and Antonio are at war with each other. Libby has come to terms with romance and is over it. She has lusted after Antonio for sometime now and is ready to move on. Antonio has been hurt before and Libby is just another reminder of that burn. But he can't deny that spark that lights the room whenever she enters. So when family circumstances bring them together in close quarters, things are not what they always seemed to be. The one thing that surprised me was the "parents" and their actions. I just loved it!!! That bit of comic presence and the over the top moms just sealed the deal on this wonderful story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Libby is really busy with her career, but not feeling fulfilled lately. Also with her sisters falling in love she not feeling fulfilled in her personal life either. One thing that a been a staple in her life has been Tony’s Pizzeria. It has been like a second family she likes everyone and they like her. Except for the owner's son Antonio. He is always rude and cold towards her which is an issue because she really likes him. He is a firefighter and helps out at the restaurant when he can. Antonio senior has a heart attack and he and his wife have decided to sell the restaurant. Tony has always resented the restaurant, his parents have spent all of their time there. Well, things start to heat up between Antonio and Libby. Turns out he judged her before he got to know her because of his previous relationship. Now that there getting closer things to change. I really liked that the author gave a great ending. The book kept a good pace. I read it in one sitting.
CRISSYM More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed every book in this standalone series but I absolutely loved Libby and Antonio's story. Their story was one filled with sweet, steamy, and funny moments. Miss Ina was a trip and I absolutely loved her character. I was hooked from the very beginning and I finished this story within a few hours. The flow of the story was perfect and there was never a dull moment. This was such a sweet, fantastic read that I believe all romance readers will love. I can't wait to see what story this author comes up with next because everything she writes is a must read for me. Would I recommend this book? Absolutely! I would recommend every book in this series.
SteffiDC More than 1 year ago
ARC received by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I adore Aurora Rose Reynolds! Her alpha men are always just what I need. I know for some it may be just a tid bit to much or to soon. But for me? Perfect! I love the nickname babe, I know it's very common and all but not here in Belgium. So every time I hear/read it I'm melting! I also adore self made nicknames, my boyfriend (10years) has gotten quite a few for me too. It always is more special and sweet! The only down point is if your on a diet, I'm craving pizza right now!! Love Antonio and Libby their start was "rocky" but it was quite sweet too. I love enemies to lovers! Even though I would never see me with an enemy.. I'm not that forgiving..
AmyBosica More than 1 year ago
“Love doesn’t always happen when we expect it to. It doesn’t always happen with fireworks and explosions. Sometimes it sneaks up on you silently, when you least expect it.” Tossed Into Love is the third book in the Fluke My Life Series, but can be read as a stand-alone novel. Told from dual points of view, Tossed Into Love follows the story of Antonio and Libby. Libby has lusted over Antonio for years. She’s told herself time and time again that nothing will ever come of it, because while Libby may have the hots for Antonio, he is the biggest jerk that she’s ever met. And when his family is in crisis and Libby goes to help out, she is even more determined to keep things as they’ve always been….Antonio has been burned by love before and doesn’t trust anyone when it comes to his heart. He thinks he knows the kind of woman that Libby is, but he couldn’t be more wrong. But, when life throws an unexpected twist his way and Libby jumps into help, Antonio can no longer ignore the sparks between them. With tensions burning hotter than ever and a chemistry that can’t be denied, will Antonio and Libby finally have their chance?? There’s only one way to find out…. One thing I can always count on is Aurora Rose Reynolds giving me a swoon-worthy romance with delicious alpha goodness. And Tossed Into Love hit all those marks for me. It was sexy. It was sweet. It was swoon-worthy in one breath and frustrating in the next. I loved the enemies to lovers story line and found the chemistry between Antonio and Libby to be undeniable. I loved the push and pull between them. There was so much sexual tension, that I couldn’t wait for it to explode. I couldn’t wait for the moment when they would realize what has been in front of them the entire time. Tossed Into Love is an insta-love, enemies to lovers romance that is perfect for spending the day getting lost in. I thought this book was well written and is definitely a story you can read in just one sitting. I really enjoyed the way this story played on romantic movies. I couldn’t help but smile at all the references. This story is light on the drama for the most part, but has just enough angst to keep this angst lover happy. And the characters are a lot of fun and easy to relate to. If you’re looking for an insta-love romance that’s a quick read and that will give you all the feels, look no further. I hope you’ll check out Tossed Into Love and fall in love with Libby and Antonio just as I did.
carvanz More than 1 year ago
Libby has had a crush on Antonio for years but he’s shown her nothing but how much of a jerk he can be. She loves his parents as well as the pizzeria they run and when his father’s health takes a turn, she steps in to help where she can. Unfortunately, it puts her in direct line of Antonio’s scowly, grouchy ways and his even jerkier behavior. Antonio resents the restaurant that consumed his and his parents’ lives, slowly draining his father’s health. However, as he is forced to pick up the slack until it can be sold, he finds himself realizing that the girl he thought was self-indulgent and high maintenance is anything but. Working side by side with her he learns that Libby is sweet and gentle, price conscious and loyal. Everything he had assumed she was not. Now, his biggest task is not keeping the pizzeria running as he works a full time job, but convincing Libby to forgive him for his previous behaviors and earning her smiles for himself. This was such a great sit-back-and-relax romance. With an awesome alpha hero and a truly sweet and generous heroine, I couldn’t have been happier with this book. It checks all my boxes for a comfort read and I loved every moment of it. Even when Antonio acted like a jerk. The final conflict between these two might aggravate some readers but I enjoyed it because I enjoyed watching this couple come together. I loved how Antonio’s eyes were opened to the true Libby once he gave her a chance as well as Libby’s struggle to trust that what was taking place between them was real. This was a fast paced, easy to read, low angst story with a bit of an enemies to lovers feel to it. The secondary characters were perfect and I loved Ms. Ina even more than I had in the previous books. She was such a firecracker. The heat level came on slowly and didn’t strike until well after the 50% mark but once Antonio and Libby yielded to their desires the pages erupted with flames. And to top all the goodness that is this story, it has one heck of an epilogue that expands years into the future. That my friends is how to end a comfort read! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley and Montlake Romance. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
MBurton More than 1 year ago
This was incredibly sweet and my favorite of the series. It's funny because I was nervous starting this book. We knew from book 2 that Antonio wasn't so nice to Libby and I was unsure about their beginning. Normally I would gush all over the hero of the story but this time it was Libby who made me love this story. Libby is such a sweet and like-able heroine. I love the reason why she hated romance movies. I love that she was a girly girl and yet was such a hard worker. She didn't complain. She wasn't whiny. She was just all around sweet, even when she had reason not to be. I would love to gush about Antonio but I was giving him the stink eye for half of this book. I still liked him though. I really liked the message about assumptions and to never judge the future based off the past. I loved the author put that in the book! The epilogues were the best! Even Miss Ina had one. I think it's safe to say that I loved this and highly recommend to those who want a low angst fun read.