Review: The Two-Date Rule by Tawna Fenske

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Star Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫

Steam Level: 🔥🔥

Smokejumpers literally jump out of planes and into fires and Grady is the epitome of hot fireman. His spontaneity freaks Willa out. She needs to make plans and have order because she never had that as a child. She won’t allow any man to get too close because she can’t risk him getting in the way of her work. Therefore, she has a two-date rule. No more than two dates with any guy. Ever. But Grady is different and he insists on going on “non-dates” to increase their time together and before she knows it, he’s knocked down every single one of her walls and defenses.

Grady and Willa were super cute and fun and I loved how their relationship developed. They had a lot of passion for each other and I wish we could’ve seen more of that passion. There were one or two extended love scenes but most of the time it was a fade to black situation and I am not here for that. We’re all adults here. Give is the goods! I liked both characters and really sympathized for what Willa went through in her childhood, but they both seemed really immature for their age. Money was a huge factor in this one and I think that I just really didn’t love that aspect at all. I seemed like we covered the same issues over and over and that took up time that could’ve been in the bedroom 😬😉

Thanks so much to Entangled and Netgalley for the e-arc. The Two-Date Rule hits shelves tomorrow, 2/25!

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