Title: Tap Left
Author: A. Zavarelli
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 2, 2017
Former hot mess seeking
dysfunctional relationship single, well-together male. Sanity preferable.
From now on, I’m going to do everything right. I’m going to make good choices. Say goodbye to the bad boys, narcissists, and emotionally unavailable men. Because starting today, I’m a girl on a mission.
Find a man to walk me down that aisle.
It’s a good solid plan, but there’s only one tiny hiccup.
I’ve asked for his help because if anyone can make me marketable, it’s him.
He’s also one of the aforementioned emotionally unavailable bad boys/ narcissists. Oh, yeah and he slightly crushed my soul once before. But no biggie. I’ve got three whole weeks to exorcise him from my head and my heart… for good.
Tap Left is an exceptional book. I liked how this book tackled some serious topics. This book had romance and mystery in it. If you like dirty alpha males then pick this book up.
I like the main topic of this book. These treo main characters hate each other. Lola is in need of assistance so she turns to the best person for the job. It just so happens hes a sexy as sin, arrogant, jerk who she is supposed to hate. Right? Man I love bonds like these. The author did an amazing job selling this plot.
Give me a Daire. Seriously. He is one sexy alpha male. I liked his character even though I hated him sometimes too. He has a lot of stuff to work through. Our sweet Lola. She is a spitfire. She really is quite funny. I feel Lola could 've me, that's how relatable she is.
Man oh man is there heat in this book. Thus one us a scorcher. What else would you expect from a commanding alpha male partnered with a spitfire? The author did an amazing job with the heat in this book.
The pace of this book was good. I felt the characters were written very well. I liked the use of dual point of views. Without it, I don't think Daire would have been liked much. There was one small minor part of the book that bugged me but I don't want to ruin anything so I won't say what.
Overall, this was a wonderful story. I enjoyed getting lost in Lola and Daire's world. I think these two characters were dated and that this book shows us how small decisions can lead to lifetime consequences. I also really enjoyed the theme of healing.
Writing Style: 5/5
A. Zavarelli is a book junkie, cat lover, and traveler when plagued by intense cases of wanderlust. She likes all things chocolate, books that come with warnings, and putting her characters through hell.
Her tales have been known to flirt with darkness and sometimes court it unabashedly altogether. Revenge themes and tortured souls are her favorites to write and this gives her an excuse to watch bizarre and twisted documentaries in her spare time.
She is slightly obsessed with Theo James and funny animal memes. If you don’t mind these things, you should add her on facebook.