#BookReview #ContemporaryRomance #RomCom #RLMathewson

( Neighbors from Hell Book 9)
by R.L. Mathewson

It’s been a while since I’ve read an NfH book and I’d forgotten just how much fun they are. Reese and Kasey are just so darn cute and bonus points for a lack of ridiculously dragged-out angst or crazy misunderstandings.

Whilst the characters in each book are distinct, unique and well-rounded, and the plots are very different, there are common themes that run throughout each book and a very similar style of inner monologue. I suspect that if you tried to blitz the series one after another you could become annoyed/bored by the similar feel of the books. By spacing them out you get to (re)visit this wonderful and loving extended family.

Whilst the books aren’t particularly laugh-out-loud funny, there is a warmth to the humour that greatly satisfies the soul. It’s very much a series I intend to keep reading, and a family I want to keep spending time with. 

Overall Rating

Rating: 4 out of 5.


Rating: 4 out of 5.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

World Building

Rating: 3 out of 5.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Heat Level 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥

Romantic Comedy


Reese Bradford needed a change, needed something more in his life than regrets and he’s about to find it in this romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author R.L. Mathewson.

He never should have asked her to marry him.

It was a mistake, one that he was still paying for and one that Reese was hoping the rest of the world would forget, but thanks to his ex-fiancée sharing his secret, it didn’t look like that was going to happen anytime soon. That left him with no choice but to go on the honeymoon that he’d planned alone, only to find himself faced with the one thing that he’d never expected.

A woman who loved tormenting him.

More intrigued than he’d ever thought possible, Reese finds himself drawn to the small woman with a secret of her own.

Kasey learned her lesson a long time ago and it wasn’t one that she planned on repeating. She had everything that she could ever dream of, a wonderful little girl, who was going to drive her to drink one day, and best friends that were always there for her. The last thing she needed was to fall in love with the incredibly handsome man next door, but with every touch, he was making her want things that she’d told herself that she could live without and that…

Terrified her.

4 thoughts on “#BookReview #ContemporaryRomance #RomCom #RLMathewson

  1. I am not familiar with this series, but I think that is good advice for many companion books. I remember reading the reviews for Ali Hazelwood’s novellas, and people were lamenting the repetition/sameness.


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