dating the guy upstairs cover 1Dating the Guy Upstairs

LIARS OR LOVERS?
Young librarian Riley Harris has always maintained her independence, leaving the drama of love to anyone silly enough to fall for it. Her Jane Austen novels are as close as she cares to get to “true love.” Luckily, her handsome upstairs neighbor—and landlord—Will Henderson feels the same way.Since his ex-fiancé crushed his heart, Will devotes himself to charity in an effort to atone for the misdeeds of his wealthy, ruthless father. So when Will needs a date for his brothers high-society wedding, he asks Riley to be his faux girlfriend.After a spontaneous kiss throws both Riley and Will for a loop, they find themselves fighting their mutual pride and prejudice against love. And when Riley is rocked by something from Will’s past, both will need to decide whether to follow their heads or their hearts…Out now with Berkley Intermix

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Reviews

“This is the start of a classic friends to lovers tale. It started with a kiss. What a kiss! Sigh. These two have built huge walls around thier hearts and that kiss was the wrecking ball needed to the bring them down. It also forces them to look in the mirror to deal with the reasons why they shy away from relationships. It leads to self discovery. Addressing issues they’ve avoided. Let’s add the fear of losing the friendship. It’s a sweet, clean read that just brings a smile to your face. ” – Reviewed by Arelys Lugo at Once Upon an Alpha

“If you love angsty, emotion-filled romances this isn’t for you. But if you’d like a light, fun, cute romance, with an adorable main couple, this might be the one for you. As for me, I’m going to be on the lookout for future romances by Amanda Ashby; this was delightful.” Desert Isle Keeper – reviewed by  LinnieGayl Kimmel at All About Romance

“Dating the Guy Upstairs is a sweet and entertaining friends to lovers tale. Amanda Ashby created two characters who want nothing to do with romance and manage to find something unexpectedly special.” reviewed by Kim at Harlequin Junkie