4.5 stars adult - 18+ Contemporary Dee Enemies to Lovers Enemies to Lovers Finding Family Gay Gay Humor m/m Mid level angst Monthly Theme Novel 140 pgs + (80K + words) Part of a Series Purchased Scorching/high heat Standalone Teacher Uncategorized

Enemies to Lovers: Perfect Fit (Book 4 of the Fated Hearts Series) by Aimee Nicole Walker

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Blurb: Two incurable bachelors, one incredible journey…

Jagger Jackson hides behind a sexy playboy veneer. He’d rather people see him as a man who doesn’t believe in love, rather than one who doesn’t deserve it. No matter how hard he works, he still sees himself as the unlovable boy from the wrong side of the tracks.
Miller Brexler doesn’t believe he’ll ever meet a man who could make him want to settle down. He’s perfectly happy with his hit it and quit it lifestyle. Behind his easygoing nature is a man who’s passionately devoted to his career, family, and friends.
JJ and Miller are brought together when their best friends meet and fall in love. Sparks fly from the very beginning and no matter how much they try to fight it, their attraction is unavoidable. What starts out as “just sex” has the potential to become so much more if JJ can come to terms with his painful past, and Miller is willing to admit that love may be the missing piece in his seemingly perfect life.

Will these two stubborn hearts admit that they might’ve been wrong about love or will they allow the chance at true happiness to slip away? This is the tale of two imperfect men that together make a perfect fit.


The way these two men fought their attraction, they might as well have been frenemies! This is the 4th book in the Fated Hearts series, but this is the one I started with. It can definitely be read as a standalone.
JJ and Miller, both confirmed bachelors, both with a backstory that keeps them from believing in their own HEA. However, they didn’t count on their powerful attraction to each other.
The fun of the story is how they fought against their attraction meaning anything and the feels start when they open up to each other and when they are tested after tragedy strikes.
This is one of my favourite books to reread.

4.5 stars out of 5



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