The Two Of Us by Kennedy Fox

Now Available The Two Of Us by Kennedy Fox

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“I’d give her forever if she’d let me.”

– Elijah

The Two Of Us is the second book I’ve read that takes place during our current pandemic ( Love Under Quarantine’s review is here) , I’ve really enjoyed both books.

The Two of Us is the story of Cameron and Eli.  Cami is the heiress to a billion-dollar empire and is being groomed to take it over.  Eli is the son of one of Cami’s family’s cleaning staff.  They knew each other as children, and Eli and Cami’s brother remain best friends. Growing up, Cami bought into her parents’ ideas of who her friends should be (meaning they had to have money and the right social status to be her friend).  Eli never fit the bill, and the way she treated him was hurtful.

When the lockdown in New York begins,  Cami heads out of town to ride it out at her family’s home upstate. She plans to get some distance and focus on her online university work.

Eli lives with roommates, but none of them are taking the warnings to shelter in place seriously. Because he has asthma, he is concerned about getting the virus.  Cami’s brother, Ryan offers him the cabin to stay at to keep himself safe.

So Cami and Eli end up quarantined together.  The first few days are rough – Eli teases Cami relentlessly about her inability to do even the most simple domestic tasks – like scrambling an egg or doing a load of laundry.  But Cami is determined, and she sets out to learn to be more independent, with Eli’s help, of course. They are also able to work through some of the hurt they are both carrying around from the way they treated each other growing up.

“I’ve been waiting for you…. For a long fucking time…”

– Eli

There are some unexpected twists and turns in The Two Of Us, which I really liked.  No spoilers here – but I think the twists really add to the story.  It adds a little excitement and shows how close Cami and Eli eventually become.

Kennedy Fox KNOWS how to write the juicy scenes – they definitely had me swooning!  Eli is a super loveable guy – with just the right amount of vulnerability.  And while Cami starts out as a bit of an entitled bitch –  we learn that this is only armour she wears, meant to keep out the paparazzi and to please her parents.  

The Happily Ever After ending is satisfying – partly because it imagines what life might look like after this lockdown nightmare ends. An optimistic vision for the world’s future – something that’s hard to come by these days.  It was good for the soul to read it.

The second book in this series is  the story of Cami’s brother, Ryan and her best friend, Kendall.  I can’t wait for that one!  The Best Of Us is scheduled to be released in December 2020.

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Meet Kennedy Fox

Brooke Cumberland and Lyra Parish are a duo of romance authors who teamed up under the USA Today pseudonym, Kennedy Fox. They share a love of Hallmark movies & overpriced coffee. When they aren’t bonding over romantic comedies, they like to brainstorm new book ideas. One day, they decided to collaborate under a pseudonym and have some fun creating new characters that’ll make you blush and your heart melt. If you enjoy romance stories with sexy, tattooed alpha males and smart, quirky, independent women, then a Kennedy Fox book is for you! They’re looking forward to bringing you many more stories to fall in love with!

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