Review: The Adventurers by Bryce Oakley

Love is the adventure no one sees coming.

Synopsis:

Joey Moore got her heart stomped on. At her engagement party. So, she did what any normal, completely rational 28-year-old would do — she moved to a new city with her dog to start a new life. Without much of a plan, it turns out.

Kendall O’Hara doesn’t enjoy chaos — at 42-years-old, she has a stable job and two cats she likes more than most people. Okay, all people, except her close-knit group of friends. She’s not boring. She’s just protecting her still-healing heart decades after a devastating loss.

When Joey and Kendall’s paths cross, a rocky start with an accidental laundry switch turns into an unlikely friendship. From there, the two friends make a pact to get out of their comfort zones, one piece of paper drawn from an “Adventure Jar” at a time. A growing mutual attraction leads them on an adventure that neither one might have expected…5

The Adventurers is a fun romp into the bucket list. Bryce Oakley makes this a fun age-gap romance where “nothing” is off limits. 

I always love when characters try to fight themselves when lusting after someone and Joey and Kendall’s is a great example. They are both too funny and too scared to get hurt again. Oakley provides plenty of fun shenanigans while they fight the losing battle of chemistry. 

Take an adventure with two fun ladies who have no clue that they are so funny. Watch front seat while they take the risks and you get to enjoy the outcome. Oakley gives us plenty to salivate over. 

Thank you to the Author for putting this book in #KindleUnlimited otherwise I could not have afford to read it. Thanks again!

Rating: 4 out of 5.
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Further Details:
Publisher: Self-published 8 May 2020
Editor: Amanda Laufhutte; Narrator: AJ Ferraro
Settings: Colorado
Pages: 242; Sex: Rated R

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