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When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can’t seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn’t want—he’s a playboy from a blue-collar background, and Ally’s looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend’s brother, there’ When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can’t seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn’t want—he’s a playboy from a blue-collar background, and Ally’s looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend’s brother, there’s no escaping him…or the growing fire between them. As Ally and Morgan become closer, they confront bitter enemies, his sister’s disapproval, and paths taking them in different directions at summer’s end. When their greatest test arises, it’s one that threatens to destroy them both. This second audiobook in the bestselling Someone to Love series proves that in love and passion, sometimes two wrongs do make a right. Intended for mature audiences ages 17+


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When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can’t seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn’t want—he’s a playboy from a blue-collar background, and Ally’s looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend’s brother, there’ When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can’t seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn’t want—he’s a playboy from a blue-collar background, and Ally’s looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend’s brother, there’s no escaping him…or the growing fire between them. As Ally and Morgan become closer, they confront bitter enemies, his sister’s disapproval, and paths taking them in different directions at summer’s end. When their greatest test arises, it’s one that threatens to destroy them both. This second audiobook in the bestselling Someone to Love series proves that in love and passion, sometimes two wrongs do make a right. Intended for mature audiences ages 17+

30 review for Someone like You

  1. 4 out of 5

    Candace

    Not my usual cup of tea, but it was an "okay" story to listen to on my commute. The characters were fine, but I didn't fall head over heels for this book. It was a sweet and funny college-aged romance. It was predictable, but I wasn't expecting mystery or suspense, so no surprise there. In one word, I'd describe it as "cute". Not one that made much of an impression one way or the other for me. Not my usual cup of tea, but it was an "okay" story to listen to on my commute. The characters were fine, but I didn't fall head over heels for this book. It was a sweet and funny college-aged romance. It was predictable, but I wasn't expecting mystery or suspense, so no surprise there. In one word, I'd describe it as "cute". Not one that made much of an impression one way or the other for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Makayla

    Excited about this book! Loved the first one so much and hoping we get more of Cruise and Kendall!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Motiff

    Where to begin. First and foremost- save your money. This book essentially involves a girl who is bitchy, treats others like ass, only looks for men with money, and acts like an idiot. I just cannot relate to her or her thought process in making decisions. When we get the explanation for why she acts the way she does it is just not justified. Seriously though...find another read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have read all of Moore's books and this was the first one that really disappointed me. I loved 'Someone to Love' and was looking forward to this book. Here goes with the bad: I hated the characters. Morgan was a sleazy guy with really no redeeming qualities (except that he's apparently 'hot'). He claims to be "pre-law" but his internal dialogue indicates that he will not succeed in that venture. Moore wanted him to be the ultimate bad boy when really he has STD written all over him. And Ally, I have read all of Moore's books and this was the first one that really disappointed me. I loved 'Someone to Love' and was looking forward to this book. Here goes with the bad: I hated the characters. Morgan was a sleazy guy with really no redeeming qualities (except that he's apparently 'hot'). He claims to be "pre-law" but his internal dialogue indicates that he will not succeed in that venture. Moore wanted him to be the ultimate bad boy when really he has STD written all over him. And Ally, oh sweet Ally whom I liked in the last book doesn't come off much better. She whines about how everyone has things that she wants but she does not work to get them for herself- she wants everything handed to her and is envious of her friends' lives. Case in point: she is fired from her job because she is inattentive and error-prone, but has the nerve to blame it on other people! In the real world if you are crappy at your job, you get fired! She is also a terrible friend, too bad Kendall and Lauren do not see this, she is all about "me me me". Now lets bring Morgan and Ally together: there are no sparks between these two and they seem to be together for convenience; for Morgan she's a warm body, and for Ally he is a guy that doesn't treat her like trash. They are both ungrateful. Kenny and Cruise offer them a place to stay rent free as well as food and their awful houseguests have the nerve to complain about Kenny and Cruise getting it on all the time (it is their house you know!). Are Kendall and Cruise supposed to dramatically alter their existence for these two sponges? Then Morgan berates Cruise's bed and breakfast continuously as if he has anything going for him in his life. Moore also writes Cruise as an oaf in this book. I really wanted to like this and am actually being generous by giving it two stars and that was because I read the whole book. Ally and Morgan are destined for a trailer park with a divorce looming in their future...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brandi

    Really liked Morgan and Ally together but hated the games they played. All those little "trying to make her/him jealous moves" got old, fast. But, Morgan did have the capability to melt my heart. Loved his reaction to and acceptance of Ruby. What he did for Ally at the end... total swoon moment. I just can't fathom why no one told Morgan about Blair sooner- What she did to Cruise and Kenny (because they knew too, obviously)... Even if Morgan wanted to make Ally jealous, he NEVER would have messed Really liked Morgan and Ally together but hated the games they played. All those little "trying to make her/him jealous moves" got old, fast. But, Morgan did have the capability to melt my heart. Loved his reaction to and acceptance of Ruby. What he did for Ally at the end... total swoon moment. I just can't fathom why no one told Morgan about Blair sooner- What she did to Cruise and Kenny (because they knew too, obviously)... Even if Morgan wanted to make Ally jealous, he NEVER would have messed around with Blair if he knew that she hurt Kenny. And another thing... Why did NO ONE speak up for Ally at Pen's party? Letting Blair and Rutger step into their "circle"... Surely a circle of friends wouldn't let Queen B*tch Blair talk to Ally like that? I was so embarrassed for Ally at that dang party. Really LOVE that Morgan gave Blair a dose of her own medicine at the end of the book but it should've happened a heck of a lot sooner! I thought that "snake in the grass" Molly got off way too easy. Rubbing herself on Morgan, hitting on him, sneaking into bed with him (C'mon Morgan, you really thought that was Ally?)... So much for letting her down easy... She needed a frying pan to the face! She's crazy!! The whole club part confused me. I know they needed money but how on earth did they never get caught? Buying those huge amounts of alcohol, the fliers, when the authorities arrived on that tragic day... They were pretty lucky, no doubt. LOVED getting more Kendall and Cruise! I really want the B & B to generate more business so they can dig themselves out of their financial woes. Very pleased with Morgan and Ally's HEA... The promise of such a blossoming future for the two of them made my heart smile.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Sadly, I had to DNF this one at about 20%. On audio the narration is wonderful from Kate Rudd & Luke Daniels. But a couple of things bugged me. First off, Ally (the main character) vascillates between "I want him he's so hot" and "I hate him for no good reason." Hot, cold. Hot, cold. Make up your mind already! Secondly, the scenes are really drawn out. In the beginning of the book Ally is set to go on stage as a stripper. She's going on, she's not. This is a bad idea so she's going to change her m Sadly, I had to DNF this one at about 20%. On audio the narration is wonderful from Kate Rudd & Luke Daniels. But a couple of things bugged me. First off, Ally (the main character) vascillates between "I want him he's so hot" and "I hate him for no good reason." Hot, cold. Hot, cold. Make up your mind already! Secondly, the scenes are really drawn out. In the beginning of the book Ally is set to go on stage as a stripper. She's going on, she's not. This is a bad idea so she's going to change her mind. But she doesn't. She steels herself with champagne and nearly falls down and nearly throws up. But she doesn't fall down, she stumbles. Then finally she falls. She never does throw up. I hate being led down a path thinking something's going to happen only to find that it doesn't. That's manipulating me as a reader and is something I detest. Lastly, the way this is written. So many metaphors! It's clever for a chapter or so. But beyond that, it just got old. Really quickly. As in I quit listening at about 20% (2 hours). I wanted to like this a lot; it's a good premise. But sadly, it just fell flat for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Huffman ~ Author Groupies

    This was such an awesome, hot, and fun love story. This is the first book that I have read by Addison Moore but it will not be the last. I loved her writing style, the story, and the characters. Someone Like You is the second book in the series but can be read as a standalone. The couple from the first book ,Kendall and Cruise, is in this book and after getting a glimpse into their story I immediately one-clicked their book. What started out as a one night stand, Ally and Morgan don't think they This was such an awesome, hot, and fun love story. This is the first book that I have read by Addison Moore but it will not be the last. I loved her writing style, the story, and the characters. Someone Like You is the second book in the series but can be read as a standalone. The couple from the first book ,Kendall and Cruise, is in this book and after getting a glimpse into their story I immediately one-clicked their book. What started out as a one night stand, Ally and Morgan don't think they will see each other again BUT Morgan just happens to be Ally's best friend Kendall's brother and because of certain circumstances they are forced to live in the same house. Their attraction is undeniable and the sex is melt your panties HOT!! Someone Like You proves that opposites attract isn't always the case. Morgan and Ally have very similar backgrounds and personalities and just click BUT there are many obstacles that get in their way, from Ally's belief that she needs to be with someone that has money to them going to schools far away from each other to persistent and conniving females. Will they be able to get past everything that is standing in their way or is there too much against them? This was a quick read that captures your attention right away and keeps it throughout. The main and side characters are entertaining and the story is never dull. I would definitely recommend reading Someone Like You and I cant wait to read Someone to Love and learn all about how Kendall and Cruise started out.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Heather andrews

    Morgan he's such a charmer, "I'm not an abductor, so it's not a problem." His grin widens and my insides squeeze tight. I take in his lean, mean body while the tat on his left arm explodes to life as a fire-breathing dragon. "In fact, I'll let you take me someplace. Hell, I'll even let you bring a weapon." His thoughts are entertaining, "could Ally have taken it? Nope. She was too busy taking things I was willing to give her, like myself. A loose smile plays on my lips because, hot damn, my ball Morgan he's such a charmer, "I'm not an abductor, so it's not a problem." His grin widens and my insides squeeze tight. I take in his lean, mean body while the tat on his left arm explodes to life as a fire-breathing dragon. "In fact, I'll let you take me someplace. Hell, I'll even let you bring a weapon." His thoughts are entertaining, "could Ally have taken it? Nope. She was too busy taking things I was willing to give her, like myself. A loose smile plays on my lips because, hot damn, my balls and I appreciated the attention to detail that girl put in." Sometimes Morgan has to make sure he and Ally are on the same page, "I think we're having a miscommunication. And if we are, I'd really appreciate it if you were the one who broke it to my buddy." He glances down at the growing bulge in his jeans, and I swallow down a wicked laugh." And the sayings that boy comes up with are just as entertaining as his thoughts, "her cool hands run down and grab ahold of my di** like she's getting ready to take a dog for a walk. "Whoa, baby. It's not a leash." Once again another book I fell in love with by Addison.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Raina

    Ok, so I thought it was poorly written, in that much of the story and descriptions, and lingo was 'cheesy'. But in its cheesiness, it made me laugh. I thought it was awful, but funny enough to elicit some chuckles, and I just couldn't stop reading the train wreck. The sexiness wasn't as sexy as I like, so even in that regard, it's not a great 'sex story', but the romance between Ally and Morgan was good enough. Ok, so I thought it was poorly written, in that much of the story and descriptions, and lingo was 'cheesy'. But in its cheesiness, it made me laugh. I thought it was awful, but funny enough to elicit some chuckles, and I just couldn't stop reading the train wreck. The sexiness wasn't as sexy as I like, so even in that regard, it's not a great 'sex story', but the romance between Ally and Morgan was good enough.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jessie

    We’re back in Carrington with another couple! Morgan arrives in town for the summer to attend his mother’s wedding. Meeting Ally, one of his sister’s friends, is as unexpected as the feelings he begins to have for this girl. They are thrown together by fate and his sister attempt at matchmaking. Over time, they begin to open up to each other while still holding their hearts close to their chest. Ally has struggled through four her life and is just trying to make it something better. She’s continu We’re back in Carrington with another couple! Morgan arrives in town for the summer to attend his mother’s wedding. Meeting Ally, one of his sister’s friends, is as unexpected as the feelings he begins to have for this girl. They are thrown together by fate and his sister attempt at matchmaking. Over time, they begin to open up to each other while still holding their hearts close to their chest. Ally has struggled through four her life and is just trying to make it something better. She’s continuously knocked down by words and life but she’s determined and a fire burns in her soul. She’s a strong girl and always gets up and dusts herself off. Having Morgan save her from falling gives her hope that she hangs onto for dear life. While both Ally and Morgan never expected to find love, they do. This was a journey that made me feel with every page I turned that they would and could have a relationship that only some dream about.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Someone Like You is a sweet romance, with a touch of sizzle. Bad boy, frat parties, obsessive stalkers, secrets, this story has a bit of it all. The drama keeps you engaged, to find out how things play out. The humor pops up in random bursts to give you a good laugh. The love fills your heart. The characters were easy to care about. I loved learning more about Ally & meeting Morgan. While this is the second book in a series, it can be read as a stand alone. However, if you don't read Someone to Someone Like You is a sweet romance, with a touch of sizzle. Bad boy, frat parties, obsessive stalkers, secrets, this story has a bit of it all. The drama keeps you engaged, to find out how things play out. The humor pops up in random bursts to give you a good laugh. The love fills your heart. The characters were easy to care about. I loved learning more about Ally & meeting Morgan. While this is the second book in a series, it can be read as a stand alone. However, if you don't read Someone to Love first, this book may contain minor spoilers. I simply adore Addison's writing style, poetic prose, and sense of humor. She's yet to disappoint me as a reader & fan. (and I seriously doubt she ever will.)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    As always this is just to let you know before reading my review that I write my reviews as I am reading so I don’t forget anything I wanted to say. So please keep that in mind when you reading this and if it seems like I am making any guesses as to what MIGHT happen this is why. Okay so Kendall is kind of being hypocritical in this book…at first she tries to set up Ally and her brother…and now she thinks it’s a bad idea after she hears them having sex…which is what she wanted in the first place. As always this is just to let you know before reading my review that I write my reviews as I am reading so I don’t forget anything I wanted to say. So please keep that in mind when you reading this and if it seems like I am making any guesses as to what MIGHT happen this is why. Okay so Kendall is kind of being hypocritical in this book…at first she tries to set up Ally and her brother…and now she thinks it’s a bad idea after she hears them having sex…which is what she wanted in the first place. She has nowhere to talk about things moving too fast with them when things between her and Cruise moved just as fast…oh and let’s not forget the fact that Kendall and Cruise will soon be step siblings AND married!!! I think she has other things she needs to worry about other than who her brother is or is not sleeping with. I just had to rant about that…now that I have that out…let me just say I am loving Morgan and I have a feeling that he is going to shatter every wall she has erected around her heart to keep him at bay. Ally has already fallen she just doesn’t seem to realize it yet but she will in due time. Molly needs a reality check…and a high dose of it too. If she continues to throw herself at men like she is with Morgan one is going to not only use her for sex but she is going to end up getting hurt badly. I don’t get this!!! How can Cruise and Kendall’s characters have been so different in the first book to now? Cruise is being an ass to Morgan usually whenever they are in a scene together and Kendall his own sister instead of talking to Morgan she sends Cruise in to talk her battles for her. The Kendall I saw in Someone to Love would NEVER have hid behind her fiancé like she does in this book. I’m hoping things right themselves in this book soon. I get that the book needs a villain but WTH does Blair have to do with Ally OR Morgan? There is NO reason for her to even be relevant in this book…unless she is trying to get back at Kendall and Cruise by using Morgan but that still makes no sense. Not to mention Ally blaming Blair for losing her job?!?! Ally was the reason Ally lost that job no one else…I like Ally and all but she NEEDS a wake-up call, and she needs to stop being so judgmental and drop her fake act she has going by trying to hide who she really is. Don’t even get me started on Rutger…can we say asshole??? WHY Ally thinks she is better off being with him is beyond me, but the way she explains her theory makes her sound like a gold-digger…just sayin’. I think Ally should uproot herself to Oregon with Morgan…seems like a good plan to me. GAHHHHHH!!!!! (view spoiler)[Okay SERIOUSLY!!! WHY THE HELL would Cruise let his sister go into the room where Morgan sleeps?!?! Molly needs a clue, Morgan has shot her down multiple times not only that THEY ARE GOING TO BE STEP-SIBLINGS!!! DOES SHE HAVE NO SELF RESPECT???? Granted Cruise and Kendall will be too BUT they were together BEFORE their parents…it’s still weird but I can see that. Morgan came into the picture knowing Molly would be related by marriage and has tried multiple times to stop chasing him. This little girl needs her ass whipped and I hope Ally does it. (hide spoiler)] I am so pissed at this book right now I want to throw my tablet across the room!!! Okay so 66% and Kendall is sounding more like the Kendall from Someone to Love…and it’s about time the Cruise sees his little sister like he did. Okay so I must say this book frustrated me to no end, and pissed me off so much I was literally ready to throw my tablet and as you can plainly see above I was having issues with characters and certain parts of this book BUT I must say that upon finishing the book…the ending of the more made the up for the issues I had in the beginning. Without giving anything away I just want to say from about 66% on was where this book shined. Cruise and Kendall’s characters were back to the way they were in Someone to Love (which was really pissing me off in the beginning…they acted completely different between the two books and it was like night and day reading about them in this book in the beginning and end of the book). Blair…I still don’t get her angle, but I’m gathering she is a bitter person all around that doesn’t want others to find happiness because I really saw no reason for her in this book. She was hung up on Cruise for so long that seeing her go after Morgan (someone she doesn’t even know) and her hatred for Ally (which we should have been at least clued into before now) felt like it came out of left field (no pun intended) and had no real reason of being there. I was extremely happy to see Ally finally apologized to not only Morgan but everyone about being so judgmental toward them as well as everyone in general. When Ally explained her upbringing it made sense as to WHY she was so judgmental but I feel we should have been clued into that before the last 20% of the book. All in all I did really like this book, and I will definitely read the next one because obviously Blair is NOT gone for good yet…that would just be asking for too much, and I’m obviously glutting for more punishment or have the need to want to throw my tablet. I will definitely recommend this book as well as the whole series…but with a warning label attached stating that: May cause random acts of tablet violence.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Austin

    Ugh. Meh. This was not a solid read for me. it's actually like 2.5 to 2.75 stars. I liked the first in the series much better. I'm not much into the whole love at first sight and there was a point I pumped the brakes a little when there was sex and drunkenness ie she was drunk and he wasn't. Anyhoo I'm glad I got this though Kindle Unlimited I would have been passed if I'd bought it. Ugh. Meh. This was not a solid read for me. it's actually like 2.5 to 2.75 stars. I liked the first in the series much better. I'm not much into the whole love at first sight and there was a point I pumped the brakes a little when there was sex and drunkenness ie she was drunk and he wasn't. Anyhoo I'm glad I got this though Kindle Unlimited I would have been passed if I'd bought it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany (Bibliophile Babes Book Blog)

    I read the first book in this series and just had to continue it. I am so glad I did. If you thought Kendall and Cruise were hot just wait until you meet Morgan and Ally. I really loved reading Ally and Morgan's story, it was fun and super hot. I loved Kendall's little brother and I enjoyed getting to see more of her and Cruise's story as well. I am looking forward to the next book too. I read the first book in this series and just had to continue it. I am so glad I did. If you thought Kendall and Cruise were hot just wait until you meet Morgan and Ally. I really loved reading Ally and Morgan's story, it was fun and super hot. I loved Kendall's little brother and I enjoyed getting to see more of her and Cruise's story as well. I am looking forward to the next book too.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Hall

    I don't know why everyone is writing negative reviews about this book. I liked it as it was just a story of the struggles that people go through in life and try to make it. I have dealt with devious people like a few in this book and I liked that Morgan took the high road. I cheered both Ally and Kendall on when they delivered payback! I don't know why everyone is writing negative reviews about this book. I liked it as it was just a story of the struggles that people go through in life and try to make it. I have dealt with devious people like a few in this book and I liked that Morgan took the high road. I cheered both Ally and Kendall on when they delivered payback!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Reynolds

    What can I say??? I like Addison Moore books... Morgan is my kind of man! Dark hair, light eyes... YES please!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Karen (EarthAngel2911)

    I'm rounding up my 3.5 stars because I think I would have enjoyed this book more if I read it instead of listened to the audio version. I'm rounding up my 3.5 stars because I think I would have enjoyed this book more if I read it instead of listened to the audio version.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mary Mccormack

    A lot of healing happened during this book. A lot more will happen in the future hopefully, but at least they can see a light at the end of the tunnel.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Three Chicks

    4.5 Stars I adored Cruise Elton and Kendall Jordan in Someone to Love and this story picks up right after that one. Morgan is Kendall’s brother, a star baseball athlete attending college on a full athletic scholarship in Oregon. He is visiting his sister and mom in Carrington, Massachusetts. His mom is getting married to Cruise’s dad and he is here for the wedding. But on his way, he stops at the Pretty Girls Gentlemen’s Club for a few drinks. Ally is Kendall’s friend. Life has been hard and she 4.5 Stars I adored Cruise Elton and Kendall Jordan in Someone to Love and this story picks up right after that one. Morgan is Kendall’s brother, a star baseball athlete attending college on a full athletic scholarship in Oregon. He is visiting his sister and mom in Carrington, Massachusetts. His mom is getting married to Cruise’s dad and he is here for the wedding. But on his way, he stops at the Pretty Girls Gentlemen’s Club for a few drinks. Ally is Kendall’s friend. Life has been hard and she is struggling but is determined to keep going to Garrison, the college Kendall and their friend Lauren attend. Her job at Starbucks isn’t cutting it and she gets a job at Pretty Girl’s, where her sister Tess works as an exotic dancer. The thing is Ally’s never done this before and she isn’t sure she can do it now. Her debut doesn’t go exactly the way she wanted and she ends up falling into a gorgeous guy’s lap-Ally meet Morgan. These two have been having eyeball sex the whole time Ally was dancing and one thing leads to another and they end up having a one night stand in a back bedroom of the club. Each goes their own way until Morgan is introduced to Ally by his sister, meeting his own personal dancer in an awkward set of circumstances. They are snarky and sassy and smoking hot with each other. “Okay”-she flattens her hands in the air-“so you’re less of an ass for catching me, but could you please do me a huge favor? Don’t tell her about Pretty Girls, or all that stuff that happened after. I’d die if she found out.” Ally has been casually dating Rutger, a preppy type of frat guy, who is rich and a snob. She thinks being with someone like him can lift her up out of the pit that is her life. Her father split when she was 9 and her mom died when she was a young teen. With only her druggie brother to raise her, she spiraled out of control, met a bad guy and messed up big time. But some good came of that and she lives for her daughter Ruby, who she gave up in an open adoption. She lives for the few times she visits her. For some reason Ally opens up to Morgan about her past and he tells her things that are messed up for him right now. They may be falling for each other, but the summer will be over too quickly and Morgan will be going back to Oregon. There may also be an element of danger lurking around them and it adds intrigue to the story. “I need you tonight.” I sear the words over his ear. “Maybe at the end of the day all I really want is to go home with someone like you. Maybe that’s the only thing the bad girl in me really craves. It can be our dirty little secret. No strings, just you and me, two birds cut from the same cloth, wrestling it out.” Cruise and Kendall are trying to make a go of his mom’s bed and breakfast. They are still crazy in love, engaged to be married at Christmas and Cruise is his usual creative self in the bedroom (and pretty much anywhere else with a hard surface) judging by the noises that come from their bedroom. Reading about these two is like spending time with old friends. How can Morgan and Ally make things work when they live on opposite sides of the coast? Are they ready to radically change their lives for each other-can a player avoid being played? What happens when Cruise’s ex-girlfriend Blair is up to her old tricks? Besides all that, throw in Molly, Cruise’s nymphomaniac little sister. I loved this book and can’t wait for Someone for Me, the continuation of Kendall and Cruise’s story! Sometimes, a strange turn takes us exactly where we need to be. Sometimes when we fall, destiny makes sure the right person is there to catch us.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Someone Like You follows Kendall's friend Ally and her brother Morgan. There's still a little bit of Kendall and Cruise in the story, but the lucky couple in this book kind of make Kendall and Cruise seem like a thing from the past. Ally is tired of being broke and having an unfortunate life. I can totally relate to that. Her sister's solution? Become an exotic dancer. (I cannot relate to that) Which would be fine if Ally weren't so shy and clumsy. Her first night on the job, she plummets off the Someone Like You follows Kendall's friend Ally and her brother Morgan. There's still a little bit of Kendall and Cruise in the story, but the lucky couple in this book kind of make Kendall and Cruise seem like a thing from the past. Ally is tired of being broke and having an unfortunate life. I can totally relate to that. Her sister's solution? Become an exotic dancer. (I cannot relate to that) Which would be fine if Ally weren't so shy and clumsy. Her first night on the job, she plummets off the stage and into the arms of Morgan. The lovely part of this encounter is that Ally has no idea he is Kendall's brother and Morgan of course has no idea she is Kendall's friend. So because this is a new adult novel, Ally and Morgan have a pretty steamy one-night-stand. Later, when Ally is moving out of her apartment and into the RV of her brother, the two meet again and discover who they are. Ally is naturally freaked out and tries to put distance between herself and Morgan. Ally's sister always told her she needed to end up with a guy who was rich, and Morgan definitely does not fit that bill. Through the first part of the book, I kept shouting in my head, "Who cares? He's HOTTTTT!" He's also pretty sweet and thoughtful, but it's a book. I'm allowed to be a little superficial. Ally and Morgan carry on their summer fling and unintentionally discover each other's deepest secrets. Rather than pushing them apart, the secrets bring them closer together and they get to team up against the villains in the book, one of which is a villain left over from Someone to Love. As much as I steer clear of romance and "all that icky stuff," I found myself cheering for Ally and Morgan's relationship. I was distraught at the thought that Morgan was only going to be around for the summer. It's been my experience that long distance relationships just do not work (at least for me). It's a book full of dramatic events and steamy love scenes. While not my usual genre, I actually did enjoy this book and I can't wait to read any future installments of this series that the author may write.

  21. 5 out of 5

    buzy_reading

    Summer loving had me a blast. Summer loving happened so fast. I met a girl crazy for me. I met a guy sexy AF. Sound familiar? It should. Ally never expected someone like Morgan to crash into her life. Falling for the right person never felt so good. They fell fast and hard. College-age romance. Rom-com. Witty remarks. Summer romance. Sexually driven story. Overall: Almost 4 years later I decided to revisit this book. I gave a high five the first time around. Since 2014 I’ve grown as a reader and m Summer loving had me a blast. Summer loving happened so fast. I met a girl crazy for me. I met a guy sexy AF. Sound familiar? It should. Ally never expected someone like Morgan to crash into her life. Falling for the right person never felt so good. They fell fast and hard. College-age romance. Rom-com. Witty remarks. Summer romance. Sexually driven story. Overall: Almost 4 years later I decided to revisit this book. I gave a high five the first time around. Since 2014 I’ve grown as a reader and my interest has changed. Yet I couldn’t resist owning this audiobook. I decided to give it a second go since my first read was met with happy stars. I guess I was in a different place in my life 4 years ago. I wasn’t as enthusiastic about this book the second time. Narrators: Luke Daniels is the voice in Morgan’s point of view chapters including all characters in the scenes of those chapters. While I love dual point of view performances I’m not loving the sound and tone of Luke performing the female characters. Kate Rudd is the voice in Ally’s designated chapters including all the characters in her point of view. Kate doesn’t try to accommodate her sound or tone to match that of Morgan’s character or any of the other male characters, I’m not sure I’m pleased by that or not. While the words were steamy the performance wasn’t. It’s read word perfectly. It was mechanical. The sex scenes lacked excitement and enthusiasm. Characters: Tess and Del Ally and Morgan Kennedy and Cruise Cal and Lauren Molly Cruise’s sister Derek Ally’s brother The Ally’s character and dialogue was annoying. The jealous girls and antics were annoying. Most of the dialogue was cheesy yet funny. I chuckled a few times while rolling my eyes. It was predictable and at times boring. Just another couple in a race to the finish line of winning their HEA.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie ~

    The cover for book 2 is here!!!! Can't wait to get my hands on this bad-boy romance!... and best friend's brother? ... Sign me up! Added to my TBR :) A sexy, romantic read from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Someone to Love. When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can't seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn't want—he's a playboy from a blue collar background, and Ally The cover for book 2 is here!!!! Can't wait to get my hands on this bad-boy romance!... and best friend's brother? ... Sign me up! Added to my TBR :) A sexy, romantic read from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Someone to Love. When coed Ally Monroe literally falls into the arms of a tattooed bad-boy one summer night, she can't seem to let go. Morgan Jordan is everything Ally doesn't want—he's a playboy from a blue collar background, and Ally's looking for upper-class stability. Though their relationship starts off as a one-night stand, once Ally learns Morgan is her best friend's brother, there's no escaping him . . . or the growing fire between them. As Ally and Morgan become closer, they confront bitter enemies, his sister's disapproval, and paths pulling them in different directions at summer's end. The second book in the bestselling Someone to Love series proves that in love and passion, sometimes two wrongs do make a right. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fabulously Girly Book Blog Fabulously Girly Facebook

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tantalizing

    I have been impatiently waiting for Someone Like You for what seems like forever, and let me tell you the wait was worth it! Addison seamlessly mixes humor and pure hotness. She can go from effortlessly making you laugh to melting your panties the next minute. I completely fell in love with Morgan and Ally. They were two very relatable characters who you rooted for, and hoped that love truly conquers all. We also get to see into the lives of Kendall and Cruise too. If you have not read Someone T I have been impatiently waiting for Someone Like You for what seems like forever, and let me tell you the wait was worth it! Addison seamlessly mixes humor and pure hotness. She can go from effortlessly making you laugh to melting your panties the next minute. I completely fell in love with Morgan and Ally. They were two very relatable characters who you rooted for, and hoped that love truly conquers all. We also get to see into the lives of Kendall and Cruise too. If you have not read Someone To Love do not panic, while Someone Like You is a sequel it can be read as a standalone, but I do recommend reading Someone To Love because it is fantastic as well. The story of Morgan and Ally completely dragged me in from the start. Who else literally falls into the arms of their soul mate? Exactly! Poor Ally, man that girl had a rough life, she had been done wrong in so many ways, causing her to be a bit jaded, but who can blame her. Then there is Morgan, the sexy, sweet baseball player who has made some pretty bad decisions in life, but he was letting nothing stand in between trying to get the girl who stole his heart the night she fell into his arms. The banter between Ally and Morgan was hilarious, they like to push each others buttons, often driving them to the point of sexual combustion. It seems everyone around Ally and Morgan are not happy at their budding romance, and they will stop at nothing to keep them apart. Will the people working against them succeed in keeping them apart? Will they defy all odds and have a happily ever after? Trust me you will want to read Someone Like You and find out for yourself.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amie Morgado- We Stole Your Book Boyfriend

    Great read , this was book 2 , I read book 1 awhile ago but I won't ever forget Cruise !! In this story we meet Morgan , Kendall's older brother. He is in town for the summer for his moms wedding. The family dynamics are insane. Kendall's mom and Cruise's father getting married and thats just the tip of the iceberg , they all intertwine somehow but it works !! Morgan is super hot and a baseball player. He ends up having a one night stand with Ally and from the minute their worlds collide things st Great read , this was book 2 , I read book 1 awhile ago but I won't ever forget Cruise !! In this story we meet Morgan , Kendall's older brother. He is in town for the summer for his moms wedding. The family dynamics are insane. Kendall's mom and Cruise's father getting married and thats just the tip of the iceberg , they all intertwine somehow but it works !! Morgan is super hot and a baseball player. He ends up having a one night stand with Ally and from the minute their worlds collide things start to change. Ally is hurting for money so her sister tries to get her to strip at her boyfriends club. This does not work well for Ally. It does land her in the arms of Morgan for the night so it isn't all bad. After this night they end up thrown together by circumstance , this small circle of friends pulling them both in. Just as in book 1 there are many forces that want to keep them apart and they work very hard to do that. This means there is always drama , someone doing something dumb around every corner. We get a little of Cruise and Kendall's story and also Lauren and Cal. Of course we have the crazy Blair and damn Cruise has a sister Molly and she is freakin insane !! Will Morgan and Ally survive the torture or will they let others pull them apart ?? Is this just a summer fling or can you find your ONE in a matter of 8 weeks ?? It was an easy read , drama , sex , fun and kept me reading !!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Amundson

    Bleck. Almost comedic. I made it almost halfway through this book. Yeah me! The set up is a down on her luck, from the wrong side of the tracks, college student h. We don't learn nearly as much about H. At the beginning, she's working at Starbucks and adds a second job as a pole dancer (and not the exercise version). It's pretty clear that she's lazy in getting and keeping her jobs, as she relies on a relative to get the dancing job and put in absolutely no preparation work before stepping on st Bleck. Almost comedic. I made it almost halfway through this book. Yeah me! The set up is a down on her luck, from the wrong side of the tracks, college student h. We don't learn nearly as much about H. At the beginning, she's working at Starbucks and adds a second job as a pole dancer (and not the exercise version). It's pretty clear that she's lazy in getting and keeping her jobs, as she relies on a relative to get the dancing job and put in absolutely no preparation work before stepping on stage with ridiculous my high heels (and then pulls a Carrie Bradshaw). At some point, the dialogue and events were so over the top stupid that to wonder if this was supposed to be a "zany" romantic comedy. Sadly, no. Or, if it is, it falls so quickly into a NA gone stereotypical that it negates the comedy. At the point that h loses it and pours coffee over the heads of two mean girls and then the boys start a fist fight over the girls, I lost my patience with the ridiculous immaturity of all characters.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Delphina

    Once again Addison has created a romance filled with humor, depth, heat, fun and characters you feel like you know. Is this a realistic novel? Absolutely not, which is what makes it so much more fun. Morgan and Ally connect from their very first meeting. Of course that meeting was her actually falling in his lap. Ally may go to a prestigious college, but her background is anything but and she wants nothing more then to move up in the world. Morgan is successful in baseball, but has not always ma Once again Addison has created a romance filled with humor, depth, heat, fun and characters you feel like you know. Is this a realistic novel? Absolutely not, which is what makes it so much more fun. Morgan and Ally connect from their very first meeting. Of course that meeting was her actually falling in his lap. Ally may go to a prestigious college, but her background is anything but and she wants nothing more then to move up in the world. Morgan is successful in baseball, but has not always made the best decisions with the rest of his life. Watching them grow as a couple and as people made this book a real page turner. Plus, Morgan is swoonworthy. Dimples and all. This is a sequel to Someone To Love, but you do not need to have read the first one to enjoy the second. This book focuses on Kendall's brother and her friend. I will say that if you have not read Someone To Love, you will probably miss out on a few bits and pieces but nothing drastic.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Brie

    "Someone Like You" had a great plot that kept me wanting to turn page after page. Chapter one starts out with a bang and you can't help but follow through and see what happens next. Addison Moore created some wonderful characters in this book. Some of them you love, some you hate. When I say hate, I mean really hate. As in want to punch someone in the face through the pages of the book kind of hate. As for love, what woman doesn't love a tattooed hottie that is also kind, considerate and sweet at "Someone Like You" had a great plot that kept me wanting to turn page after page. Chapter one starts out with a bang and you can't help but follow through and see what happens next. Addison Moore created some wonderful characters in this book. Some of them you love, some you hate. When I say hate, I mean really hate. As in want to punch someone in the face through the pages of the book kind of hate. As for love, what woman doesn't love a tattooed hottie that is also kind, considerate and sweet at heart?! I mean, really. I've only recently started reading the NA fiction genre. I typically read YA fantasy novels. This book had a bit more mature content than I'm used to or would prefer. For me that is the only negative I have to say. Overall this was a great read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jeraca

    Hmm... not really to my liking. I didn't realize that I had already read the first one in the series, so when I bought that and this one, I was very disappointed. For some reason, the characters and the storyline of both books just fell flat. The characters were unrealistic and I found myself rolling my eyes a lot. I'm really surprised I finished this one. I think it's safe to say that I judged these books by their cover and I will probably steer clear of Addison Moore's books. They just don't c Hmm... not really to my liking. I didn't realize that I had already read the first one in the series, so when I bought that and this one, I was very disappointed. For some reason, the characters and the storyline of both books just fell flat. The characters were unrealistic and I found myself rolling my eyes a lot. I'm really surprised I finished this one. I think it's safe to say that I judged these books by their cover and I will probably steer clear of Addison Moore's books. They just don't cut it for me. But this isn't to say that other readers won't enjoy them. They just didn't work for my reading preference.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cinamona

    I hated the first book of this series, it was kind of stupid, illogical and not really much more than a book-porn. This one, however, sort of surprised me, and in a good way. I wouldn't go as far as saying it was the greatest I've read, no, not at all; but no matter some seriously nonesensical parts, the main thought and the emotions produced were great. And for the first time of those few books I've read, or attempted to read, this one finally felt a little more realistic and down to earth. So m I hated the first book of this series, it was kind of stupid, illogical and not really much more than a book-porn. This one, however, sort of surprised me, and in a good way. I wouldn't go as far as saying it was the greatest I've read, no, not at all; but no matter some seriously nonesensical parts, the main thought and the emotions produced were great. And for the first time of those few books I've read, or attempted to read, this one finally felt a little more realistic and down to earth. So maybe it's not really worth 4 starts, but in my mind it is, compared to other books I've read by this author.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Annmarie

    3.75 no cheating, HEA. One thing that hat pissed me off was Molly. She needed a nice swift ass kicking. She's a little bitch and I'm surprised there were no consequences at all for her attempted rape of Morgan and her behavior. Her brother said nothing! That pisses me off. Anyway, it was a nice read otherwise, a sprinkle of drama with a conniving wench, Blair, and Molly with the creepy (and sometimes illegal and immoral) stalker tendencies, not to mention Dell, the gross strip club owner. I like 3.75 no cheating, HEA. One thing that hat pissed me off was Molly. She needed a nice swift ass kicking. She's a little bitch and I'm surprised there were no consequences at all for her attempted rape of Morgan and her behavior. Her brother said nothing! That pisses me off. Anyway, it was a nice read otherwise, a sprinkle of drama with a conniving wench, Blair, and Molly with the creepy (and sometimes illegal and immoral) stalker tendencies, not to mention Dell, the gross strip club owner. I like the end and will read the next in the series.

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