P.S. I Miss You by Winter Renshaw

41267462P.S. I Miss You
by Winter Renshaw
My Rating: 

Dear Melrose,

The first time I met you, you were a stranger. The second time, you were my roommate. The third time, you made it clear you were about to become the biggest thorn my side had ever known. You sing way too loud in the shower and use all the hot water.

You’re bossy as hell.

You make my life all kinds of complicated.

But no matter how hard I try, I can’t stop thinking about you.

Truthfully … I can’t stop wanting you.

I was going to tell you this. I was going to sit you down, swallow my pride, hang up my noncommittal ways, and show you a side of me you or anyone else has never seen before … but then there was a game-changing confession; a bombshell so nuclear it stopped me in my tracks.

How I didn’t see this coming, I’ll never know.


P.S. I miss you.

I received an ARC via Booksprout for an honest review.

My Thoughts

This was a cute read. However, it didn’t give me the feels like P.S. I Hate YouAll wasn’t lost though, because this is was a hate to love romance and I did enjoy it!

Madison is an aspiring actress who just happens to be in love with her best friend Nick. Thinking Nick is going to profess his feelings, she instead finds out that he wants her to take over his lease while he goes on tour for 6 months. Her new roommate? Sutter Alcott.

I didn’t know what to think of Sutter at in the beginning. He was a bit of an ass at first and I was unsure if he would be able to redeem himself in my eyes. Thank goodness he did and it was honestly due to seeing him with his brother Tucker. Tucker was hands down my favorite character in this whole book. He is Sutter’s younger brother who happens to be deaf and he was a pure sweetheart!

Madison shocked me. I didn’t expect to like her as much as I did. She was sassy, feisty, and never backed down from Sutter and his antics. The main quality I liked about her the most was that even though she came from a family of wealth, they didn’t pay her way through life and she didn’t expect them to.

The relationship between Madison and Sutter started off rocky at first, however, there was sexual tension from the very beginning! We got to read about these two giving in to the chemistry between them and figuring out that they both judged the other in the beginning. 

I couldn’t rate it higher because it didn’t give me the feels that I was expecting. If I didn’t come into this one with expectations or after reading P.S. I Hate You, then it could have easily gotten a higher rating from me.

All in all, this one was cute and steamy and I highly recommend if you are a fan of hate to love romances! 

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