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HOW CAN IT BE WRONG
IF IT FEELS SO GOOD  

Dating an American princess comes with a massive amount of baggage - all of which I’m willing to carry strapped on my back in quicksand and through seven hells. But Jane Cobalt’s baggage, I’m unprepared for. It comes in the form of her five equally famous and notoriously hard-to-please brothers.     

I want Jane.
Completely.
Unconditionally.   

But when there’s a trip scheduled that I can’t be a part of, I only have one option. It’s immoral. Something I’d never consider until now.   

But, hell, there’s got to be some perks to being a twin. So I’m doing it. I’m switching places with my brother.   

Done and done.   

It should have been easy.   

There were little consequences.   

Until the storm hit.

©2019 K.B. Ritchie (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Bravo Girls!

The like us series has become my favorite. I've never had a favorite. I've never shared a series with family and friends. I've also never anticipated a new book in a series.
The characters are lovable, confused, brilliant, eccentric, relatable and most importantly, people you want to hear more about. I've laughed, cried, been angry but always rooted for love.
In real life I am an older woman who is jaded about happily ever after. I don't read sicky sweet romances because I usually roll my eyes and call BS while reading.
These characters have touched my bruised heart and lets me look forward to what is coming next. Bravo Girls! Another success! XX

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OPENING YOURSELF TO LOVE IS NOT LOSING YOURSELF

The two narrators had large shoes to fill. The male narrated and didn’t do as good a job as the male narrators for the other LIKE US books. The female narrator did not portray Jane’s soft voice and in the beginning, her voice hurt my ears. The story was wonderful and I enjoyed it immensely. I have re-read it several times.

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Just not a fan of this book.

I. Loved the first 3 books. And i like Thatcher however I couldn't stand Jane. At. All. Im looking forward to the other books but fingers crossed Sully isn't anything like Jane.

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A lot happened...

Overall 3.5*

In Jane and Thatcher's second book, 5th in the Like Us series, a whole heck of a lot happened, but also not much really happened. Some of it I thought was unnecessary, some of it helped move the story arc along, and some of it had me wondering why. I tried not to think too far ahead, to the upcoming books in this series, and just enjoy this one for what it was, but it was kind of hard, after having seen a few spoilers here and there about what's to come. (Not for Moffy and Farrow, but further along in the series.) It made me more aware during certain parts of this book and to be honest that wasn't fair to Jane & Thatcher and their story.

But back to Jane and Thatcher...this will be a kind of jumbled mess of a review.
Now that things are out in the open when it comes to their relationship, you'd think things should be a little easier for them. But between Jane's bodyguard, her "fans" and foes, and her brothers, easy is not the word I'd use.
I understand the Cobalt's are a close family, but this "game" they made Jane & Thatcher play, (well Thatcher anyway, since Jane jumped in it), while I kind of understood why they set it up, some of the questions made me uncomfortable.
The trip to Scotland and the whole twin switch- I don't blame Thatcher for wanting to go, considering Tony would be there, but I felt it was a bit out of character for him to propose it, especially since it was only supposed to be for a week. But he wanted to be with his woman, so what can you do.
To be honest, I'm not sure what was supposed to come out of them all being snowed in, in Scotland. Jane and Thatcher had their moments, and if I'm being really honest, they had me on edge quite a bit- I kept expecting them to get caught by Tony. I did like how they really opened up to each other on this trip, so maybe being stranded was actually good for them. I'm happy Jane finally had a breakthrough when it came to "finding her passion". I mean, she's only 23- how many of us in all honesty knew what our passions would be at 23?!?
I do love how Thatcher loves Jane- he'd really do anything for her. If only we were all so lucky...

I liked what happened with security. I almost, kind of, saw it happening, after a certain point in the book. But it was still surprising!

There was something K&B added that I guess is supposed to help lead into what's coming in a future book, but it didn't feel natural to me. And while I'm not opposed to what they have planned, like so many other people have voiced, it still feels like it's coming out of left field. Maybe in Headstrong Like Us it starts to make more sense.

Stephen Dexter is a great Thatcher. I like the kind of scratchy/gruffness he brings to the character, it's very fitting to how I think Thatcher would really sound. Holly makes a good Jane.

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Better than I expected

I love those Ritchie sisters. This book was beyond what I expected. I started off listening to just the Like Us series but in preparation to this coming out on Audible I decided to listen to all of the Addicted series and Calloway Sisters series. If you haven't listened to those series I really recommend you doing so. There is so many things that'll make more sense in the Like Us series. I cannot wait for the next books in the series. I have such a book hangover after this book.

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IN LOVE!

i loved everything everything!!!
i cryed laughed a blushed i miss it already!!
amor😍😘 a

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IF YOu are a Like US series fan You will like it!

I waited for this audio book for a long time, there is already out next book for this series, so we will have to wait for 3-4 months till its an audio version. I was kind of hoping for something more from this book... maybe becouse I was waiting for it so long... It was kind of bleak,,, authors again puts a lot of weight on age differences... it kind of annoying it goes true all the books, I don't know is it a thing in theyr real life? as far as story goes - Jane is so in love with Thacher that he moves in with her but she jumps out of her skin when he tries to touch her? it was kind of nonsense.... also spoiler alert, but Scotland isn't Alaska... its kind of hard to get snowed in that hard in Scotland.... from pluss side - I really loved last sex sceen... i was seriously surprised for shy and so very boring Jane to use anal toys.... 10 thumbs up for that!!!

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Swooning like Us

Trust me, the title may say Sinful Like Us but readers/listeners will be Swooning Like Us!

The Ritchies did it again. Cobalt, Hale, Meadows love is an undying thing. Just when you think about swearing an oath, you get pulled along by another. This Hale lover is inexplicably drawn to Ms. Jane Cobalt and her amazing man. While Jane's inability to commit drove me batsh!t crazy. Thatcher was an unyielding presence of love, patience, and hunky-ness. (It's totally a thing!)

Enjoy the trip, pack some warm underthings, and try not to enjoy the alone time...too much! 😜

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Enjoyable Series - Thatcher not a favorite

I am enjoying the overall series with Maximoff & Farrow, Security Force Omega, and even Jane. But not a fan of Thatcher so the previous book and this one was hard to take but everything else going on in the overall story line is very entertaining so was able to make it through hoping the next highlighted couple will be more interesting. I love how the authors brought in the younger siblings as they got older and expanded the reach of the "family"... Also, I liked the antics of the Cobalt brothers, it was good to get more than an introduction into the minds of the Cobalt family... I'm still team Hale.. but really enjoyed the Cobalt brothers interaction. Overall the book was pretty good and can't wait to get to the next one.

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Favorite so far..

This is the best book of the series. It’s my favorite, beating out Lovers Like Us.

Jane and Thatcher are one of the cutest couples these authors have ever written. They’re up there with Raisy.

Tangled Like Us was cute. Seeing Jane and Thatcher get together was cute. But their relationship in this book is amazing. Their relationship grew, it got more serious, it had the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Sinful Like Us picks up right after Tangled Like Us ends, we get the answers to some those burning question we were left with in the previous book.

Thatcher is no longer Jane’s bodyguard at the start of this book, he’s been sent back to Xander, and it’s a pretty bittersweet situation. When the famous ones plan a trip *for reasons* Thatcher and Banks decide to switch places so that Thatcher can protect Jane, while Banks can stay with Xander.

As always, the plots for these books are a bit iffy. Not too much is usually going on, but I do think this books pacing was better than Alphas Like Us and Tangled Like Us . There were less lulls in the story and the secondary characters were brought in more. Which always results in better reading.

For any Cobalt stans out there, this book is for you. Connor and Rose make a few appearances, and we get a lot more from Charlie and Beckett as well. We also get a lot less of the Hales if that’s something you wanted. The Cobalts truly are one of a kind, and I really hope these kids get POVs because, straight up, the Cobalts are the most entertaining family. No shade, no tea, just facts.

It is also revealed in this book that there will be a polyam relationship in the future. No spoilers but… I’m not sure how that’s going to go. But I am cautiously optimistic (even if a lot of people aren’t).

Not much else can be said, if not you will get spoiled! I was so tempted to read the spoilers, but I’m glad I didn’t. This books should be read without too much info.

Overall, I thought this was such a fun read! There was humor and angst. Heartbreak and love. We saw a lot of sneak peeks as to what will come in the future. I truly hope these authors extend the series past 8 books. Sulli deserves at least two books (if not 3 or 4 like Moffy), the Cobalt twins deserve to find love, and a certain Space Babe deserves to be cherished.

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  • Angela ~ Jezabell Girl & Friends
  • 01-07-20

Ankle crossing bliss!!!

Oh my! This story, via Audible, read by Stephen Dexter aka Thatcher is pure ankle crossing bliss!!!

Not wishing to take anything away from Holly Warren who portrays Jane perfectly but Stephen's interpretation of Thatcher gives you shivers.

This series really is one to cherish. I thought this spin-off series would be enjoyable but in some ways, it far surpasses its parental predecessors.

As expected, the instalment has drama by the bucket load, especially where the Cobalts are concerned and poor Thatcher has no idea just what is in store for him.

Stories involving bodyguards and their clients will always hold a special place in my heart but these bodyguards and these clients will always win out for me. I can't wait to see what other future forbidden relationships are planned.

Next up, "The Wedding", and no doubt even more drama!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-06-20

best series ever

the only thing I didn't love about this book is that it ended! I wish it went on forever

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