Top Secret by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy – Review

“I’m just a guy, standing on a beach in nothing but his favorite pair of lobster shorts, waiting for the right man to love me.” – Keaton

Keaton is in college, he is a member of the Alpha Delta fraternity and the football team. His girlfriend since junior year of high school is still by his side, and he has a trust fund most people would kill for, what more could he ask for? Luke is the complete opposite of Keaton. Where Keaton is popular and involved Luke is distant and keeps people at arm’s length. The only thing the two have in common is that they both want to be their fraternity’s next President.

When Keaton’s girlfriend suggests something to spice up their relationship he is hesitant at first, but agrees because he gives her what she wants! So he downloads a dating app, and from there matches with someone who is down to help them out. As the two get to know each other, it becomes clear that there may be a connection between them that is hard to ignore. When the night comes for things to go down, everything comes to a head, the two who thought they didn’t like each other are now caught up together. The question remains, can the two make it work or are they destined to just be frat brothers?

I have read every book that Elle Kennedy and Sarina Bowen have written together and this book was just as amazing as the others. These two have a way of bringing characters to life and creating story lines that you didn’t see coming.  They bring you funny moments and moments that break your heart. There were times when I wanted to reach through the book and smack them both, but then Sarina and Elle would write a scene that had me back in love. The chemistry as well as the characters banter is out of this world. I don’t think 5 stars is enough for the amount of love I have for this book!!

Link to grab this book from Amazon –
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RD7ZPPM?tag=sarinab-20

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