Short Book Review: No Attachments by Tiffany King (Woodfalls Girls #1)

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On to the review!

Recently, I received a nice package in from the lovely ladies at Penguin Group - Berkley, NAL/Signet Romance, DAW. In this package, was this contemporary romance novel, No Attachments by Tiffany King.

**This copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review**

Ashton has left her hometown for Woodfalls, a small town on the opposite side of the country. Trying to run away from her past, she hopes that this escape will help protect her from the life she left behind.
Cue in Nathan, hired to locate the whereabouts of Ashton and report back to his boss on her exact location, he is also running away from painful past experiences.
Our two protagonists meet at the local bar in town thanks to Ashton's pushy (and likable) friends - Tressa and Brittni. Ashton and Nathan hit it off right away and are somewhat inseparable since then.
While they both have this "no attachments" rule where they pretend not to have feelings for each other and just focus on the sexual aspect of their "relationship", it is clear from their first encounter that there is more going on between them besides the physical.
The problem here is that both Ashton and Nathan have secrets they are hiding from each other. However close they get - both in and out of the bedroom - they both have their past hanging over their head, making them feel guilty and tarnishing the time they have together.

All in all, I thought the pace of the novel was pretty stable and trying to figure out Ashton's secret was an integral part in pushing me forward with the novel, flipping each page and wondering when she would spill the beans.

Honestly, I'm not much in to contemporary romances (if you couldn't already tell) and was worried that it was going to be difficult to get in to this novel and I really have been trying to read more contemporary lately. Luckily, I didn't have to push myself too hard to get into this story. It flowed easily and Ashton's secret and her connection with Nathan really did keep me interested until the very last page.

No Attachments is a quick, easy and sweet contemporary romance novel with just a dash of mystery. I think it is a perfect summer read and I am definitely looking for the next books in the Woodfalls Girls Trilogy.

Basic info. about this book:

Name: No Attachments (Woodfalls Girls #1)
Author: Tiffany King
Publishing Company: Penguin Group - Berkley, NAL/ Signet Romance, DAW
Publication Date: March 30, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Rating (out of 5): 3.5

Recommend? Yes

Where it can be purchased: The Book Depository B&N

Author online: goodreads website Facebook Twitter

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