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The Author Agency Hosted Book Release for OH, YOU'RE SO COLD by Saffron A. Kent !

 






OH, YOU’RE SO COLD
Saffron A. Kent
Release Date: June 28

Meet Saffron A. Kent:

Saffron A. Kent is a USA Today Bestselling Author of Contemporary and New Adult romance. 

She has an MFA in Creative Writing and she lives in New York City with her nerdy and supportive husband.

She is represented by Bethany Weaver of the Weaver Literary Agency

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Blurb:

I swear I didn’t do it on purpose.
 
All I wanted was a harmless kiss from the handsome stranger at my eighteenth birthday party. But when
he said — with a cruel twist of his cigarette smoking lips — that he doesn’t kiss ‘annoying little girls,’ I
stupidly decided to flirt with a random guy to make him jealous.
 
I never wanted that random guy to fall in love with me. Or worse, accidentally start a relationship with
him. But now I have a new boyfriend while I can’t stop thinking about the guy who doesn’t care that I
exist.
 
So it’s time to move on and focus on my new relationship.
 
Only the moment I make that decision, he decides to notice me.
 
He decides to stare at me a little too hard and in a way that makes me blush. Oh and one day when my
boyfriend isn’t looking, he decides to corner me in a lonely hallway and put his rough and heated hands
on me that feels equal parts forbidden and familiar.
 
But I’m not stupid.
 
I’m not going to ruin my new relationship for someone that people call Stellan ‘The Cold’ Thorne.
Especially not when the random guy I’m dating isn’t random at all.
 
No, my new boyfriend happens to be the brother of the guy I’m inappropriately obsessed with.
 
And I’m not the kind of girl who comes between two brothers.
 

Twin brothers…
 
Or am I?


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Ellie's Review:


Final Score - 4.5 Stars!

This book was chalk full of emotions, angst, heartbreak, and most of all those spicy times I've come to love from reading a Saffron A. Kent book. But this one broke me too. My Stellan and Dora broke my heart over and over again. Not only that they couldn't get on the same page, but due to their childhood issues. Biji and Shephard, as insane as these two were/could be, were in fact the only SANE people in this book. They are the real MVP's of this story.

It's lovely getting to revist Bardstown and some of our past couples (from previous books) to see where life has taken them. I laughed, I cried, I pulled my hair out in frustration, but I made it through to the most perfectly imperfect HEA and I adored reading every part of it, even if I'm slightly bald in some areas.

And not for nothing, but seriously - some people need to work on their gossiping skills and their pokers faces.

I need Shep's story ASAP.

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