Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Book Review: It's Like Riding a Bike by Kayt Miller



Recently divorced Prudence Coleman has a new life, a new job, and new goals. She’s getting her life on track now that her manipulative mama's boy of an ex-husband is a couple hundred miles away. Her new job working with her best friend is a dream come true. She’s taken up bicycling to get her a** back in shape after letting herself go a little bit. The only problem? A jerk named Nate.

Nate Visch has his life figured out. He owns his own motorcycle shop plus he's got a great family and friends he can count on. Life is good. No complaints. That is until the sassy brunette on the bicycle crashes into his life, literally. When that happens, everything in his seemingly good life is turned upside down. He likes her curves, sure. Who wouldn’t? What he doesn’t like is the fact that he can’t stop thinking about the stubborn woman with terrible taste in tunes.

Amazon: It's Like Riding a Bike: An Enemies to Lovers Romance - Kindle edition by Miller, Kayt. Contemporary Romance Kindle eBooks @

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My Review - 4 of 5 stars - 

Prudence had been so hurt and more that she was very hesitant to believe when true kindness came along. She was shy and lacking in self-confidence but determined to improve herself. I loved Nate's love for his kids, his friendship with his ex, and the perseverance to win Prudence's heart. They made an interesting couple, trying things together, and learning to love. The secondary characters, friends, kids, and such, added a great support system for them.

I received a copy of this story through Enticing Journey Book Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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