Review: Our Demons, Best Friends by Diana T. Scott

Our demons, best friends (Half of Me, #1)

Our Demons, Best Friends
(Half of Me #1)
Author: Diana T. Scott
Publisher: Diana T. Scott
Published: May 10, 2015
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult
My Rating:

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Ava and Sebastian are two medical residents who in a perfect world, would really like each other. But both of them are closely watched by their demons. Their baggage is not light – Ava has hers carefully folded in vacuum bags to occupy as little room as possible; Sebastian wears his like a lead armor that makes him slouch sometimes. They like each other, but how are their demons going to get along?

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OUr Demons, Best Friends

“My demons love your demons like crazy. They just needed each other, the same way I need you.”

I could swoon like crazy all day with this book! Such a fantastic, cute novel that I will gladly read again and again. First off, I was instantly hooked the moment I set my eyes off its beautiful cover where a guy and a girl sit across from each other while the spirit-like objects above them are hugging. Wow! COVERGASM. Secondly, I loved the premise. It has an air of mystery which really puts a reader into an i-want-to-read-it-now mode. And that’s what happened to me exactly. Little did I know that I was really in for a ride!

Our Demons, Best Friends is a New Adult Romance Contemporary book about two medical residents namelySebastian and Ava who met in the same hospital. Their relationship started off as being strangers which later on turned into friendship and then so much more. Basically this book features a simple plot that everyone can truly enjoy– even teenagers. It’s a clean romance that highlights a wholesome romantic plot.

A lot of things made me really love this book. One of them is the humor and the entertainment factor that the author didn’t fail to bring out in this book. And while it’s enriched with funny and witty dialogues (especially Ava’s hilarious POV), the emotional and romantic aspect of the book were successfully inflicted and it just made everything *sigh PERFECT.

I especially love Ava’s character. She’s funny and always on the go. Yes, she carries emotional baggage with her but I love how she handles everything and basically just chills with her group of friends. Sebastian’s character is also amazing. I mean, he’s a hot, swoon-worthy guy (His character actually reminds me of those gorgeous physicians and surgeons I work with in the hospital LOL. XD) And I love his gentle personality behind his rugged features and how he cares for Ava. *swoons! Ava and Sebastian’s relationship development was also perfectly remarkable and genuine and not hurried or even dragged on. Their love story simply makes me smile and sigh. And of course– the playlist! I love the songs being featured here and the lyrics behind them. 🙂

I most certainly was not disappointed with this book as my expectations were met right even when I was still at the beginning chapters. I only have a tiny issue with some of the unedited/uncorrected words/spellings/grammars on some parts, though. But they’re just minors and can easily be ignored so it’s not really a big deal.

Overall, I enjoyed this book immensely. It made me laugh and cry and everything! If you fancy cute, romantic, and light NA stories, this book is a real treat. It’s beautifully written and totally engaging. Plus, the characters are all wonderful, so that perfectly seals everything. 🙂 HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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xo pearl

 

 

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