Blog Tour Review: Ewe Complete Me (Common Threads #6) by Susannah Nix

Posted October 9, 2023 by Lisa Mandina in Blog Tour, Review / 6 Comments

Ewe Complete Me, an all-new forced proximity romance from USA Today bestselling author Susannah Nix, is now available in Kindle Unlimited!

I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Blog Tour Review:  Ewe Complete Me (Common Threads #6) by Susannah NixEwe Complete Me by Susannah Nix
Series: Common Threads #6
Published by Smartypants Romance on September 28, 2023
Genres: Adult Contemporary Romance
Pages: 408
Source: the publisher
Format: E-galley
My Rating: five-stars
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Love defies logic when two polar opposites attract. 

Chloe and Brandon have nothing in common. She’s a spontaneous, people-loving fiber artist; he’s an uptight, introverted law student. The only thing they agree on during their blind date is that they hope to never see each other again.

Except they do have something in common—Brandon’s mother Dawn, who happens to be Chloe’s boss and dear friend. Which is how they end up stuck with each other for a six-hour road trip to Dawn’s destination wedding.

But as they get to know each other better, their mutual irritation morphs into an inescapable connection. Maybe these two opposites aren’t so mismatched after all. Could Brandon be the yin to Chloe’s yang? The peanut butter to her jelly? The rock to her roll?

Or will their differences tear them apart when they return to their normal lives at the end of the wedding weekend?

‘Ewe Complete Me’ is a full-length contemporary romance and can be read as a standalone. Book #6 in the Common Threads series, Seduction in the City World, Penny Reid Book Universe.

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I didn’t know why I kept bothering with online dating. I could be at home in my favorite sloth pajamas right now crocheting in front of the TV instead of sitting on this uncomfortable faux-industrial stool sipping a watered-down margarita.

Why did I keep setting myself up for disappointment? I’d even curled my hair and taken extra time with my makeup this morning. Not that you could tell after eight hours of hauling inventory around at work. I’d also worn my cutest bra today, which happened to be my least comfortable. The underwire had practically fused with my ribs. I’d probably need to have it surgically removed.

And for what? To be stood up by a stranger named Bran.

So much for my perfect match.

To be honest, I’d had my doubts about his perfection from the moment the notification from FindUrPartner hit my inbox. For starters, his name was Bran. Not only did it bring to mind high-fiber laxatives and regular bowel movements, it sounded like the kind of one-syllable name favored by too many of the douchebags I’d known in high school. What was it about guys with names like Brock and Bryce and Beck that they seemed to grow up into entitled jerks?

On top of that, Bran was a law student, and every law student I’d ever met was a competitive, self-absorbed overachiever. Which was the exact opposite of what I wanted in a boyfriend. Not to mention, my father was a lawyer, so…yeah. I had some not-good feelings about men who wanted to be lawyers.

I should have swiped left based on the law student thing alone, but I’d been lured in by Bran’s profile photo. He’d had a nice smile and kind-looking eyes, so I’d given him a shot. That would teach me to judge a book by its cover. Actual kind eyes never would have stood me up. That probably wasn’t even him in the picture. Those were likely some stock photo model’s kind eyes that I’d been suckered into meeting for a drink.

Deciding I’d waited long enough, I clambered off my stool and turned to make my escape…only to find myself face-to-face with the very pair of eyes I’d been ruminating over, along with the dark hair, chiseled cheekbones, and square chin I recognized from Bran’s profile photo.

Wowza. Definitely not a stock photo. 

My Review

I think it was her other books in the SmartyPants Romance series that got me hooked on Susannah Nix’s books. And this one was just as perfect as well! I loved that both of these two characters had their own issues and things to deal with, more than just what we would normally think of. Brandon’s ADHD was great to read about and see all the things most people normally associate with that and how it actually is for some people. And then I was unsure about Chloe’s skin issue, but it was something new to me, and I’m learning more about skin conditions, because my 5 year old nephew has a few that are new to me as well.

There were a lot of great scenes for both characters to overcome their reservations as well as learn to make up for their own assumptions about the other one. It was good to see people able to realize their mistakes and come forward and admit it. Those are just good traits for people in a relationship to have in order to be successful, I think.

We also got a lot of time spent with not only other characters just from this world, but with the Knitting in the City characters from Reid’s books that we know and love and got most of us hooked and into this world. Another winning story in this series and world, and I can’t wait for me!

About the Author

Susannah Nix is an award-winning author of contemporary romances featuring smart women and swoony men, including the Chemistry Lessons series of romcoms about women who work in STEM fields and the Starstruck series of movie star romances. 

Susannah resides in Texas with her husband, two ornery cats, and a flatulent pit bull. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, cooking, knitting, watching stupid amounts of television, and getting distracted by Tumblr. She is also a powerlifter who can deadlift as much as Captain America weighs.

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6 responses to “Blog Tour Review: Ewe Complete Me (Common Threads #6) by Susannah Nix

    • Lisa Mandina

      They are all standalone, so you can read them in any order. I didn’t read the first one because I wasn’t sure, but then have jumped in since, so I need to go back and read it too!

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