Unplugged by Sigal Ehrlich – Review

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3 out of 5 stars

After going through a rough time, Ivi is determined to make a difference in the world; her dream is to travel to a underprivileged country to on a volunteer basis. To do that, though, she needs money. She takes on a job as a nanny looking after a rock star’s 10 year old son for 6 months, and isn’t all too sure of what to expect; what she definitely didn’t expect was to fall for both father and son (in completely different ways, of course. Just, uh, clearing that up).

This story is told from Ivi’s POV, which I enjoyed. It was incredibly angst-ridden, but hey what do you expect from a New Adult book? I’m not so sure of how I feel about Tyler, though. I didn’t like him to start off with, then I did, then I didn’t. I feel like he played with Ivi; one minute he was all swoony comments and then he was saying they’d made a mistake. And, while licking a woman’s cleavage isn’t ~technically~ cheating, I don’t think it’s what people who are in relationships usually do (but, of course, you have to forgive him because). That’s a bit like me getting in a car, crashing into the wall and then saying to the police that it’s not my fault because I don’t know how to drive.

Ahem. Maybe I’m just a prude.

The real star of this show, though? Tyler’s 10-year-old son, Jeremy. He’s such a little nerd, I totally couldn’t blame Ivi for falling in love with him.

This was my first book by Sigal Ehrlich, and I would like to look up her other stuff too.

*Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me the chance to read this book*

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