Length: 2 hours and 58 minutes
Series: Boston Classics #2.5
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Home Cooked Books on December 9, 2020
Narrator: Cindy Kay, Ryan West
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Also in this series: You Spin Me
Also by this author: What I'm Looking For, Forget About Me , You Spin Me
Love ’em and Leave ’em Alice Kim and “Hot” Steve Lowell are perfect for each other. It’ll only take them ten years to figure that out.
Just because they throw the most bodacious wedding party ever…Just because they’re perfect partners in pranks…Just because they love all the same boss movies…Just because they share one totally bangin’ night of sex together…
Does not mean they’ll break the One Time Rule.Even if they do… they don’t do relationships.And they’re never getting married.Like, ever.
In this friends-to-lovers, marriage-pact novella spanning the last decade of the 20th century, life forces a playboy and a playgirl grow up—and grow apart—before giving them a chance to create a happy-ever-after they can actually be happy about.
I have enjoyed the nostalgic feel of the Boston’s Classic romance series. They have been fun light-hearted romances with a lot of fun 80’s feels!
In Like It’s 1999 we get a quick story spanning a whole decade and it’s all about how “Love ’em and Leave ’em” Alice meets “Hot” Steve. They first meet when helping plan Kate and Will’s wedding and they find that they get along real well and even break that one rule, but that doesn’t mean they want a relationship together. After the wedding they go their separate ways not wanting to admit they might want more.
Then we get small glimpses into their lives as the years go by and find that they go through a lot of struggles in their personal as well as careers. Till they meet again 10 years later at Kate and Will’s anniversary and have to come face to face with their feelings.
I love Steve he has always been a fun character and I am glad the author gave him a story even if it was very short. I also think that Alice was a great character as well and it was fun to see these two characters together.
As enjoyable as this was I think I would have really enjoyed a bit longer story involving “Hot” Steve and I think you would need to have at least read the first book in this series to realize why I said that. He was one of my favorite side characters from the first book.