Here is my no-spoiler review of Cheap Tricks by Emily Goodwin.
Cheap Trick is the 4th installment in the Dawson Family series. I haven’t read any of the other books in this series yet but after reading this one I have added them into my to be read. Although this is a series, the other stories do not need to to be read and all of the books in this collection can be read as a stand-alone novel.
Cheap Trick follows the story of Danielle, a young woman who moves to get away from her family after an event involving her sister’s soon-to-be husband. Danielle starts a new life for herself in a small town with her grandfather. On her first night back she meets Logan, a twin who owns a local bar where her grandfather drinks. Logan and Danielle feel an almost instant attraction but neither one of them will make a move on their feelings. They become close friends and Danielle begins working for Logan. Just when she starts to enjoy her new life, she receives the invitation for her sister’s wedding. She feels outcasted by her family after they didn’t believe her side of events.
I loved reading about Danielle and Logan, and their friendship and I feel we can all relate to the fact they wanted more from each other but they are both afraid to open up about their feelings in case it ruins their friendship.
The storyline for Cheap Tricks seemed a bit cliche but I actually loved it. Emily Goodwin has managed to write a book that’s not only captivating but easy to read and I managed to finish it in one sitting which is something that doesn’t happen too often. The characters are relatable and easy to fall in love with.
I recommend this book to anybody who is looking for an easy to read a romance novel with loveable characters that is written well. It’s a perfect book to read and relax with and enjoy over a weekend because believe me you will finish it very quickly as it is a breeze to read.
“How lucky you are that you get to fail. You can only fail if you’re living, and that’s not something you should ever take for granted.” – Cheap Tricks by Emily Goodwin.
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