REVIEW: LOVE UNDER QUARANTINE BY KYLIE SCOTT AND AUDREY CARLAN

Rating: 3 out of 5.

What it is about
Evan is a footfall player who is going through a scandal so he is hiding out in his friend’s apartment. Sadie is his neighbour and a writer and uses Evan as her muse. And they fall in love during quarantine. 

POV- dual first person 

HEA/HFN- yes

Funny parts- some 

Sad parts- some

Love triangle- no

Insta-love- YES

Cheating- no

Super insecure character- not really

Trigger warning- Covid-19, death of a loved one  

Realistic scale- 1/5

Pick this up if
You want a short, cute, funny romance book. You want a Covid-19 story. You want like a lot of drama and angst. You enjoy it when characters have to wait to be together. 

Don’t pick this up if
You don’t want to read about the virus during the pandemic. You don’t like too many things happening at once. You don’t want something predictable. 

Something that was strange about this book was that the characters were careful about some things but careless about others. 

Pages- 275

Audiobook- 7h 53m
Narrators- Andi Arndt and Will Damron

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