Review - Cheater's Regret by Rachel van Dyken

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Cheater's Regret
Rachel Van Dyken 
(Curious Liasons #2)
Published by: SkyScape
Publication date: May 23rd 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult 


New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken returns with a smoking-hot story about the satisfaction of plotting revenge on your ex—until he turns your world upside down again.

Austin Rogers’s dreams of domestic bliss involved watching Netflix and eating hot dogs with the love of her life. But then he cheated on her. And dumped her—as if the whole thing was her fault. To maintain her pride and restore her sanity, she decides to get revenge. It feels immensely satisfying to plot her ex’s downfall—but so does kissing him.

Thatch Holloway, a plastic surgeon straight out of residency, knows he ruined the best thing that ever happened to him. But not all cheaters are created equal. He got himself into this messed-up situation—true—but he has his reasons for what happened, and he’d do it all again to protect Austin.

He’s not over her. And she’s not over him.

Austin wants closure, but since Thatch refuses to give it to her, she takes matters into her own hands. She needs to write a human-interest piece for her MBA, so she demands the full plastic-surgery experience. Sparks fly as they’re forced to work together. But Thatch isn’t afraid to play dirty in return. And he’s still hiding something—something that has the power to destroy not only Austin but their second chance at finding forever…





This is *whispers* my first book from Rachel, but she blew me away with her sense of humor in the form of the brilliant Austin Rogers. 

OH, I hate cheating. I hate a disloyal man who couldn't stay true to their woman and blame it on them for the breakup. Which is why I hated Thatch at first. But, I'm also a strong believer in second chances romance, so I decided to give the book a try. 

I could only say, the story swept me away like a hurricane and caught in between of a messy family drama. 

Despite it all, oh God, I laughed too much my cheeks are going to split open even more! 

I've never met someone with such obsession with Moutain Dew and Moon Pies. And also an irrational fear of frogs. Although the story was heartbreaking, Rachel has a way of lacing humor in every situation *cue Austin*. If there's one thing I enjoyed most is the banter between Austin and Thatch. I couldn't even bring myself to hate Thatch! But only at the situation he was forced into. It all worked out in the end though! 

I've never fallen in love with a plastic surgeon before and everything was PERFECTION. I'm blushing just at the thought of his office. You just have to read to find out ;) 

I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book. Thank you for the reviewing opportunity!

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  1. I have heard some really good things about Rachel Van Dyken. This sounds like a fun story. Glad that you enjoyed it, Natasha!

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