November 26, 2015

Right Next Door by AJ Pryor ~ FMR REVIEW & GIVEAWAY

ABOUT Right Next Door

My fiancé is officially a married man. The only problem is that he isn’t married to me. . .

Addison Peacock has been stuck in the same seaside town her entire life. When her college boyfriend proposes the night before graduation, she can finally see the future she’d always dreamt about. But the sudden illness of her father causes her to put that future on hold, and her soon-to-be husband leaves, with nothing but a promise that one day he’ll return.

Now, five years later, he’s kept that promise. There’s only one problem . . . he’s already married. Crushed twice by the same man, Addison needs a distraction, someone to get her back on her feet and mend her broken heart. As luck would have it, Damian Walker has just moved in next door.

Having rebuilt his own life after a drunk driver stole his career, his heart . . . everything, Damian knows what it’s going to take to get Addison’s life back on track. But he’s not going to be anyone’s rebound. His life is complicated . . . there’s no room for one-night stands. Until Addison knows what she’s looking for, neighbors are all they’ll ever be.

One shared wall, two sun-kissed balconies, and a chance at love...a twist of fate. Could the possibility of a future be right next door?


Review by: Amy E 

There are so many things I enjoyed about this book.  It was a quick, fast paced, sweet, and sexy read.  Addison was an inspiring character.  Watching her growth through out the book was wonderful.  A lot of times your told it's a story about a girl growing up and finding herself but then she meets a guy and all her plans go out the window.  This wasn't the case here.  Addison did what she needed to do to make sure her life was were she wanted it to be.  So she was who she wanted to be.

Damian was a refreshing character.  Opposite to most of the male characters you meet.  He was kind, funny, loyal, monogamous, and sexy as hell.  Life hasn't been easy for him but he doesn't let that hold him back.

Their story had its ups and downs.  It was realistic, entertaining, and kept me laughing.  It was an emotional rollercoaster that everyone should ride.  I would highly recommend this book.

4.5 Stars 

Review by: Amy C

LOVED LOVED LOVED this book!! This was my first book from this author and it will not be my last. I've always loved the idea that you could find love with the boy next door and this book was such a sweet story. This book was believable, entertaining and most of all sexy as hell. I was able to finish the book in one sitting because of its easy story line and smooth writing.

These two characters were absolutely perfect for each other. Addison Peacock's name alone was a true tell for her beautiful trustworthy spirit. She was spunky and fun while being absolutely practical to the point of breaking. Damian Walker...dreamy sexy neighbor man turned "can I borrow a cup of sugar?" Into a totally understandable request!! He really was loyal to a tee and couldn't help but make me want to read him over and over.

This book was sweet and sexy offering me just enough angst to keep me on my toes. I live a good boy next door story and this one was perfect. Addison and Damian were totally believable characters who drew me into a great storyline straight from the start. I loved this book and give it

 4.5 Stars 

Review by: Tracy 

Addison Peacock had to put her life on hold when her father fell ill. That included the future she planned with her fiance. 5 years later and her fiance is married, to someone else. He comes to find her and win her back, which she may at one point been stupid enough to let him back in. That is until she met her new neighbor Damien. Damien made her feel things again, make her believe that it was time to move on from her past. All she needed to do was find herself first. 
Alright, so I enjoyed this book. I mean how can you not with a man like Damien being in it. It was a great storyline about needing to move on from the past in order to truly see what's in front of you. What I didn't like was Addison. For someone who was smart (she is a lawyer) she was so freakin naive. I mean seriously it took her 5 years to realize she needed to "find herself" after her ex left her? Other than that I really liked it.

4 Stars 


A.J. Pryor lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters. If not home writing, you can find her at the beach, the yoga studio or the soccer field with her girls. An avid reader of contemporary romance, new adult and young adult novels, her Kindle is always within reach. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara.




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