My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Teddy Spenser Isn’t Looking for Love wasn’t what I was expecting, and that ended up being a good thing
Teddy Spenser was an unlikeable character for a few chapters, and I was concerned my dislike for him would continue throughout the story. Thankfully, I was wrong.
As the story progressed and more of Teddy’s qualities and quirks were revealed, the more I warmed up to him. He came off as shallow and judgmental, and seemed to be very much not a match for Romeo.
I liked Romeo from his introduction. As with Teddy, Romeo seemed to be much different than who he truly was. He initially came off as uptight and bland. Actually, he ended up being humble and genuine and somewhat insecure.
The way Teddy and Romeo were thrown together was cute and fun. The situations they found themselves in were great setups to getting to know each other. I enjoyed the challenges and the development of Teddy and Romeo’s relationship.
I also enjoyed the sweetness of the MCs’ relationship, when they are officially together as a couple. They bring out the best in each other, and their wonder at the others’ feelings for each other was charming.
Teddy Spenser Isn’t Looking for Love is a fun, low angst read, and I’d recommend to anyone looking for a sweet story.
***Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an advance copy in exchange for an honest review.***