Vacations Like This

About the Book:

Vacations Like This: A Romantic Comedy (A Love Like This Book 4) by [Carina Taylor]

Title: Vacations Like this
Series: Love Like This #4
Author: Carina Taylor
Release Date: January 4th, 2022
Genre: Rom-Com

Kimber
Some people view nosiness as a character flaw. I prefer to think of it as a useful skill. Like a sixth sense or intuition. It’s my super power. And since I became a reporter for my small town newspaper, I like to think my super power puts bagels on my table.

A tiny (quite big, actually) mistake has me eagerly accepting a contract job investigating a resort being built in a small Colorado town.

But there’s one small problem. (6’4” according to his license—maybe my nosiness does go too far sometimes.)

What I didn’t count on was being double-booked in a cabin with Mack Boone.

Our families have known each other since high school, so it feels wrong to kick him out of my cabin.

Besides…he’s kind, he’s protective, and a great kisser.

Three qualities I admire in a man.

But when I find out why he is in town, I realize I’ve made yet another mistake.

No more kissing, Kimber. He’s the enemy.

Lines are drawn. (Literally.)

Wars fought.

Hills sledded.

Lips kissed. Oh right, I wasn’t going to do that one anymore. Maybe I’ll call it research…

The more I investigate the resort, the more time I spend with Mack…the more I wonder what I’m really fighting against. The more I wonder if I can take a chance on love.

What if the villain is really the hero in this story?

Book Review:

A perfect pick-me-up book, Vacations Like This is the final in the Like This series and also leads into an upcoming series! The Boone family is hilarious and I loved this story. Mack is one of the Boone cousins, and I was so excited to read his story! Kimber is taking a much needed contract job investigating a resort in a small town, after a teeny (not really) mistake in her reporter job. Finding that she is in a double-booked cabin was not part of the plan, especially when the other resident is Mack Boone. He is kind and protective, but once she realizes the reason he is there, Kimber puts a hard barrier between them. As time passes, Kimber begins to realize that she may have reacted too quickly, and messed up her chance at love.

This was so cute! It was a quick read that I think I finished in like a day! Kimber is such a funny narrator. I loved reading her thoughts. She was nosy, tried her best, and was so sweet. She had made a mistake and was scrambling in the aftermath. With Mack, it was so fun to read. Mack was a returning character from the earlier books in the series. The Boone family is so fun and reminds me of my family sometimes (although we are much smaller)! He wasn’t as exuberant as some of the cousins, but was honestly just as weird and crazy. It was fun to read about him in a different context too. He was such a sweetheart to Kimber and they were super cute together! I definitely related to his character growth too!

Overall, I would so recommend this book! It was fun and lighthearted. It is part of a series, but it could be read stand-alone. I definitely recommend reading it in order though! It is just more fun to know all the characters and know some context. This is a closed-door romance that I would recommend to teens and up! It is not super steamy but has some innuendoes. 

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher through Netgalley. All views expressed are only my honest opinion, a positive review was not required. 

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