The only action Cassidy Trongale has seen in the past few months since moving out to the suburbs has been her chain-smoking neighbors, who use her patio as their own personal ashtray. And her conversations are usually one-sided between her two new kittens. Depression was setting in. Could Cassidy cope another Saturday night alone?Lance Bako, tired with his long commute toThe only action Cassidy Trongale has seen in the past few months since moving out to the suburbs has been her chain-smoking neighbors, who use her patio as their own personal ashtray. And her conversations are usually one-sided between her two new kittens. Depression was setting in. Could Cassidy cope another Saturday night alone?Lance Bako, tired with his long commute to the office, takes up residence in a quiet condo community. And on moving day he meets his new neighbor, Cassidy. She's beautiful, sexy and off limits. Lance has no time for romance with his hectic schedule, frequent business trips, and a huge promotion on the horizon.Cassidy is immediately smitten with Lance. He's her ideal man, and she spies on him through her peephole anytime she hears his door. But striking up a romance with Lance would mean she'd have to introduce him to her family. And that frightens her. Every household has one dysfunctional family member, but Cassidy has a whole freaking circus. With Lance keying into Cassidy's attraction to him, he conjures up a plan to keep her at arm's length, and risking their neighborly friendship. But the plan backfires and Lance soon realizes he's head over heels in love. Question is, will he follow his heart - or his career?...
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Peephole Romance Reviews
Peephole Romance was the story of two new neighbors who don't quite know what to make of each other but are drawn to one another. I liked it...mostly, or I should say it grew on me. I wasn't in love though. You really needed to be a specific kind of woman to love this book. The kind of woman who loves cats, candle parties, collectible knick-knacks, and crafts because these things were heavily featured (at least in the first half of the book). Enough so to cause a girl who doesn't care about these things to be tempted to skim. However, if said girl could get past these parts, the rest was very sweet (and sometimes a little steamy).The story was written in third-person-omniscient so the reader knew what both Cassidy and Lance were thinking throughout. Having this insight was nice because it made it easier to connect to both characters but it also took a little while to get used to being in either character's head at any given moment. I think some people would love it and some would hate it. I liked it after I got used to it but it wasn't really my preferred POV. Cassidy and Lance's interactions and dates were sometimes unconventional which gave the book a sense of novelty. Poker night and The Midnight Hour were my faves. I honestly thought I would hate their first date but the author pulled it off (talk about the mother load of mixed signals from Lance though). I loved the end with the letters but I wished the very end had featured one last scene with Lance's family. That sort of felt like a loose end to me.3 quick side notes: 1. I was totally expecting her to ask him what his favorite color was after she got the last letter. 2. I'm going to need to check out The Midnight Run. I love a good 80's b-movie.3. I thought the whole estranged brother thing was weird but then I read Running With Cops and Robbers. It's all explained there.