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Starting over is more about who you’re with than where you live… Julia del Mar Ortiz is not having the best year. She moved to Dallas with her boyfriend, who ended up ditching her and running back to New York after only a few weeks. Left with a massive—by NYC standards, anyway—apartment and a car lease in the scorching Texas heat, Julia is struggling…except that’s not co Starting over is more about who you’re with than where you live… Julia del Mar Ortiz is not having the best year. She moved to Dallas with her boyfriend, who ended up ditching her and running back to New York after only a few weeks. Left with a massive—by NYC standards, anyway—apartment and a car lease in the scorching Texas heat, Julia is struggling…except that’s not completely true. Running the charitable foundation of one of the most iconic high fashion department stores in the world is serious #lifegoals. It’s more than enough to make her want to stick it out down South. The only monkey wrench in Julia’s plans is the blue-eyed, smart-mouthed consultant the store hired to take them public. Fellow New Yorker Rocco Quinn’s first order of business? Putting Julia’s job on the chopping block. When Julia is tasked with making sure Rocco sees how valuable the programs she runs are, she’s caught between a rock and a very hard set of abs. Because Rocco Quinn is almost impossible to hate—and even harder to resist.


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Starting over is more about who you’re with than where you live… Julia del Mar Ortiz is not having the best year. She moved to Dallas with her boyfriend, who ended up ditching her and running back to New York after only a few weeks. Left with a massive—by NYC standards, anyway—apartment and a car lease in the scorching Texas heat, Julia is struggling…except that’s not co Starting over is more about who you’re with than where you live… Julia del Mar Ortiz is not having the best year. She moved to Dallas with her boyfriend, who ended up ditching her and running back to New York after only a few weeks. Left with a massive—by NYC standards, anyway—apartment and a car lease in the scorching Texas heat, Julia is struggling…except that’s not completely true. Running the charitable foundation of one of the most iconic high fashion department stores in the world is serious #lifegoals. It’s more than enough to make her want to stick it out down South. The only monkey wrench in Julia’s plans is the blue-eyed, smart-mouthed consultant the store hired to take them public. Fellow New Yorker Rocco Quinn’s first order of business? Putting Julia’s job on the chopping block. When Julia is tasked with making sure Rocco sees how valuable the programs she runs are, she’s caught between a rock and a very hard set of abs. Because Rocco Quinn is almost impossible to hate—and even harder to resist.

30 review for Here to Stay

  1. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    4 stars There isn't much I love more in books than the found family troupe, and Adriana Hererra brought it with this book. Here to Stay is my first book by this author, but I'm excited to read more of her back list because I really enjoyed it! Julia is a born and bred New Yorker who has been living in Texas for the last year or so. She loves her job, but she feels a little out of sorts there. She puts together a little club of ex-New Yorkers to feel more at home and it works better than she c 4 stars There isn't much I love more in books than the found family troupe, and Adriana Hererra brought it with this book. Here to Stay is my first book by this author, but I'm excited to read more of her back list because I really enjoyed it! Julia is a born and bred New Yorker who has been living in Texas for the last year or so. She loves her job, but she feels a little out of sorts there. She puts together a little club of ex-New Yorkers to feel more at home and it works better than she could have imagined. The only problem, the one guy in the group she can't seem to keep her eyes off of is Rocco Quinn, the guy who decides if her foundation job gets cut in a merger happening with her company.  Rocco has a life in NYC he can't give up. His time in Texas is only temporary. His sister and niece count on him and they're in the city still. He expects to do his job and go home. He doesn't expect Julia del Mar Oritz. He and Julia hit it off even though they shouldn't. Their attraction is mutual and their chemistry is undeniable. As much as they try to fight it, it's a lost battle.  “We can’t be a thing, Rocco.” She sighed, as she pressed herself to me. Before I kissed her, I had to say what she and I already knew. “We already are.” I loved both Julia and Rocco and especially loved Julia's family and their NY Exile group of found family in Texas. This book kept a big smile on my face and I enjoyed it so much. I wasn't the biggest fan of all the business dynamic, but I understood why it was necessary to the story. It was well written and character driven. I was so happy I made time to try this new to me author because I loved it!  If you're looking for a slow burn romance that is friends to lovers and will keep a smile on your face, check out Here to Stay! 

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris C - A Midlife Wife

    Drama.... but the ending was good. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I know that an author has done a great job if I am enjoying myself while reading, I have been moved by something one way or another, and/or I have fallen for the swoony guy, just like Julia did. This lighthearted read is a perfect diversion with Julia and her crazy, but loving family. She is stressed but loves her new job! And when she meets the guy she needs to impress, she is impressed by more than his work ethic. Rocco is not only gorgeous, bu Drama.... but the ending was good. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I know that an author has done a great job if I am enjoying myself while reading, I have been moved by something one way or another, and/or I have fallen for the swoony guy, just like Julia did. This lighthearted read is a perfect diversion with Julia and her crazy, but loving family. She is stressed but loves her new job! And when she meets the guy she needs to impress, she is impressed by more than his work ethic. Rocco is not only gorgeous, but he is so endearing too! It’s hard to dislike the guy not to mention he is so steamy too! The author manages to capture my attention with fun, memorable characters that blend perfectly together. A good balance of office drama, including people you love to hate, personal drama – grrr, and beautiful, sexy connections that flow nicely and leave you with a smile. Herrera has crafted an enjoyable, wee bit snarky, and fun story that is full of life. * copy received for review Full review - https://amidlifewife.com/here-to-stay...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Berit☀️✨

    Sassy. Steamy. Muy Caliente. Adriana Herrera wow what a fun and spicy story. Julia moved from NYC to Dallas TX for her boyfriend’s job. Now shortly there after said boyfriend moves back to NYC with a new girl, leaving Julia with a big apartment and a broken heart. But Julia has a great job running charitable programs for a big company, so she decides to make the best of it. Enter Rocco also from NYC his company has been hired to give the greenlight to Julia’s company to go public. And of course Sassy. Steamy. Muy Caliente. Adriana Herrera wow what a fun and spicy story. Julia moved from NYC to Dallas TX for her boyfriend’s job. Now shortly there after said boyfriend moves back to NYC with a new girl, leaving Julia with a big apartment and a broken heart. But Julia has a great job running charitable programs for a big company, so she decides to make the best of it. Enter Rocco also from NYC his company has been hired to give the greenlight to Julia’s company to go public. And of course this means getting rid of the charitable programs that Julia is in charge of. So as you can see it’s complicated, but there is definitely some heat between these two. When Julia starts a meet up group for relocated New Yorkers, Rocco and she are drawn even closer to one another. Loved both Julia and Rocco and was so wanting them to get together. Also adored the Gotham Exiles the meet up group that Julia formed. I am keeping my fingers crossed that they will all get their own stories. Julia’s family might have been loud and crazy, but they were so loving and caring. And the food, I was seriously craving Dominican food this entire book. Rocco‘s family situation was much more heartbreaking, but I did like his bond with his sister and niece. A Spicy steamy sassy story sure to make you smile. The audiobook was narrated by Carmen Vine and Sean Crisden. I love when a story told from multiple perspectives has dual narrators. They both did such a great job and added so much to an already great story. Especially appreciated the Spanish annunciation and the New York accent. This book in emojis 👠 🐱 🌶 🍲 🍹 🔥 🗽👢 *** Big thank you to Corina Press and Harper Audio for my gifted copy of this book. All opinions are my own. ***

  4. 4 out of 5

    MarvelUsReads

    Bursting with vivacious personalities, enjoyable moments, and fun loving characters Adriana Herrera creates such a smile worthy read in, Here To Stay. Determined to succeed in a new town after the unexpected end of her relationship, Julia swears off men and finds happiness in her dream job. However, when a smoldering colleague is tasked with restructuring the company not only is her program in danger, but her heart as well. A lovely read! www.marvelusreads.com Bursting with vivacious personalities, enjoyable moments, and fun loving characters Adriana Herrera creates such a smile worthy read in, Here To Stay. Determined to succeed in a new town after the unexpected end of her relationship, Julia swears off men and finds happiness in her dream job. However, when a smoldering colleague is tasked with restructuring the company not only is her program in danger, but her heart as well. A lovely read! www.marvelusreads.com

  5. 4 out of 5

    Antonella

    Cute & steamy contemporary romance where two ex New-Yorkers fall head over heels in Dallas. I loved the cultural representation. Julia and her family are delightful. A tight-knit friendships circle and an interesting work environment make this a charming & feelgood read. I had a feeling Julia and Rocco met before. They acted like it, but that wasn't ever cleared out. A perfect workplace romance with low drama and angst. I can't wait to read more books by this author. Thanks to NetGalley & the p Cute & steamy contemporary romance where two ex New-Yorkers fall head over heels in Dallas. I loved the cultural representation. Julia and her family are delightful. A tight-knit friendships circle and an interesting work environment make this a charming & feelgood read. I had a feeling Julia and Rocco met before. They acted like it, but that wasn't ever cleared out. A perfect workplace romance with low drama and angst. I can't wait to read more books by this author. Thanks to NetGalley & the publisher for the copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    "Avonna

    Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera is a contemporary romance that brings the heat. This is a standalone which could easily become a fun series with ethnic New Yorkers coming together for support and fun in their new surroundings of Dallas. Julia del Mar’s year did not start out well, but she loves her new job running a charitable foundation and she is making her life in Dallas work. The foundation is run by one of the most iconic high Check out all of my reviews at: https://www.avonnalovesgenres.com HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera is a contemporary romance that brings the heat. This is a standalone which could easily become a fun series with ethnic New Yorkers coming together for support and fun in their new surroundings of Dallas. Julia del Mar’s year did not start out well, but she loves her new job running a charitable foundation and she is making her life in Dallas work. The foundation is run by one of the most iconic high fashion department stores in the world and which was family run, but the siblings have decided to go public. Rocco Quinn is sent by his New York based consulting company to ready the chain to go public. Rocco is trying to stay above the family feud and do his job. The twins want the foundation to continue, but their younger brother wants it gone. And if the brother gets his way the beautiful Julia will lose her job. Julia is tasked with introducing Rocco to all the programs the foundation runs. The heat generated between these two is explosive, but both know they are on opposite sides and in a no-win situation. I was completely drawn into Julia and Rocco’s lives. Ms. Herrera made them come to life with not only their business dilemma, but all the family and friends that were a part of their lives. I feel Julia and Rocco’s romance built at a realistic pace as they both tried so hard to fight their attraction, but the chemistry is just too hot. I thoroughly enjoyed this contemporary romance and its glimpse at Dominican culture.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ezinwanyi Chinyere

    This one was so good. Adriana Herrera is a new author to me and I can see that I have been missing out! The writing was really engaging, the characters were entertaining and the plot was engrossing. I really loved this book because it combined family loyalty with real community issues and a sizzling romance. Definitely one of my top reads of 2020. Julia del Mar moved from New York to Dallas to follow a boyfriend who dumped her soon after she arrived. He also stiffed her with the apartment that ne This one was so good. Adriana Herrera is a new author to me and I can see that I have been missing out! The writing was really engaging, the characters were entertaining and the plot was engrossing. I really loved this book because it combined family loyalty with real community issues and a sizzling romance. Definitely one of my top reads of 2020. Julia del Mar moved from New York to Dallas to follow a boyfriend who dumped her soon after she arrived. He also stiffed her with the apartment that needs two people to pay for so Julia cannot afford to lose her job. She works for a charity foundation, an arm of a high fashion company run by two sisters. Rocco Quinn is a New Yorker who was sent to Dallas as a financial consultant to the foundation that Julia worked at. The problem is that the two sisters who run the fashion company are being challenged by a younger brother who wants to streamline the fashion company and maximize profits by phasing out their philanthropic wing, which is where Julia works. Julia tries her best to show Rocco what her department means to both the fashion house and to the community. Julia plans a series of get togethers for the “Gotham Exiles” aka the New Yorkers who now live in Dallas and Rocco joined the group. The sparks between Julia and Rocco was evident but what added to the drama was the fact that Rocco was hired to end Julia’s job. Added to the burgeoning attraction, was Julia’s family. I was laughing so hard because I remember my mom and grandmother worrying about me when I moved from Dallas to New York. Her family is so protective, loving and hilarious. Julia’s family were scene stealers and they made me craving some Dominican food. I also loved the subplot with Rocco’s family and their issues. It helped illuminate Rocco’s values and lets the reader get to know him. I really liked him and Julia as people. They care about other people even to their own detriment. If you want a book where the author really develops the characters and the plot is relatable, then you have to read this book. Definitely one of my top reads of 2020. *Special thanks to Carina Press via Netgalley for the e-book given in exchange for an honest review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    book bruin

    3.5 stars This was an entertaining work place/taboo slow burn romance. I really loved how the author showcased families - those made by blood and those that we find/choose. All the characters were likeable and my heart hurt for Rocco and Julia at different times in the book. I wanted to give Rocco a big hug so many times. The secondary characters were equally wonderful (Julia's family! The twins! Jose!) and added so much humor and fun to the story. There was a lot of push and pull in this one and 3.5 stars This was an entertaining work place/taboo slow burn romance. I really loved how the author showcased families - those made by blood and those that we find/choose. All the characters were likeable and my heart hurt for Rocco and Julia at different times in the book. I wanted to give Rocco a big hug so many times. The secondary characters were equally wonderful (Julia's family! The twins! Jose!) and added so much humor and fun to the story. There was a lot of push and pull in this one and unfortunately, it just felt too drawn out, especially when a bit of OW drama was thrown into the mix. I was rooting for Rocco and Julia to find their HEA, but their inability to speak openly and communicate their feelings to each other got old pretty quickly. There was a lot of instalust from the start, but I still consider this a slow burn since it took our characters time to sort themselves out. Once things were sorted though, there were some very, very steamy and sexy times. I am a big fan of the dirty talking boy scout hero ;) I just wish Julia and Rocco had been as open and honest with each other outside of the bedroom as they were inside. I really enjoyed the author's writing style and look forward to reading more of her books. *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bree Hill

    Here To Stay is the romance between Julia Del Mar Ortiz and Rocco Quinn. These two are both New Yorkers whose paths don’t cross until they both find themselves in Dallas, Texas. Julia moved from NYC to Dallas with a boyfriend who dumped her and left shortly after they arrived and Rocco is there temporarily for a job-this job entailing having to prove to a company that Julia’s job isn’t needed. There is so much to love about this book. I love when a location feels like an added character to the st Here To Stay is the romance between Julia Del Mar Ortiz and Rocco Quinn. These two are both New Yorkers whose paths don’t cross until they both find themselves in Dallas, Texas. Julia moved from NYC to Dallas with a boyfriend who dumped her and left shortly after they arrived and Rocco is there temporarily for a job-this job entailing having to prove to a company that Julia’s job isn’t needed. There is so much to love about this book. I love when a location feels like an added character to the story and I loved what Adriana did with the city of Dallas in this book. Dallas represented, making it work and starting over. For Julia all I kept thinking was how huge of a city Dallas is, and to be basically left there alone after being dumped how lonely and intimidating that can feel. For Rocco it was this very tempting place of new possibilities but he was holding on very tightly to what was back home in NYC. The workplace drama is always lingering in the background; Adriana never really lets us forget the reason why there is some hesitation on the characters parts but I loved that we spent quite a bit of time seeing them get to know one another and slowly piecing together the reasons why this new city was a good fit. I will always love found family. The Gotham Exiles is formed in the book; a group of people all from New York City now living in Dallas and it was so fun to see all of them build that support group with one another. The found family aspect was such a joy along with Julia’s family! I love when family members do too much, because that is reality for so many of us. Julia’s conversations and the scenes where her family was actually around were always so fun to read. I like what she did with both Julia’s family and the Gotham Exiles because for Rocco, his family life sucked. His parents are in this constant back and forth of abuse and I really appreciate how Adriana pointed out through Rocco and Julia having a conversation some of the long term effects of being a kid who grew up in a abusive household. His focus was on getting his sister and niece out of NYC, away from his parents. His situation is also one of those where the one whose always taking care of everyone else has to learn to let people be there for him too and in the case of Julia-he has to learn that he no longer has to go at things alone. “We hid in those bushes and kissed and touched until we were both so turned on and disheveled all we could was slink away like thieves in the night. And I guessed we were stealing. We were trying to rob a little of time, as ours was running out.“ Domestic abuse and the deportation of immigrants were two very important topics handled amazingly in this book. Here To Stay is one that I will be recommending for a very long time, especially as a book that I think shows what the romance genre is out here doing! Educating you on everyday topics while promising a happy ever after. “That man looks at you like you’re the answer to every question he’s ever had. Trust that you can be that to someone.”

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shelleen Toland

    Julia del Mar Ortiz moved to Dallas, with her boyfriend. He ended up ditching her for someone else and moved back to NY city. Julia is running the charitable foundation of one of the most iconic high fashion department stores in the world. She loves her job and feels she is making a difference. Rocco Quinn is also from NY and his job is to take away Julia's job. They both are very attracted to each other and have a lot of sexual fantasies about each other. She is out to prove to him that her job a Julia del Mar Ortiz moved to Dallas, with her boyfriend. He ended up ditching her for someone else and moved back to NY city. Julia is running the charitable foundation of one of the most iconic high fashion department stores in the world. She loves her job and feels she is making a difference. Rocco Quinn is also from NY and his job is to take away Julia's job. They both are very attracted to each other and have a lot of sexual fantasies about each other. She is out to prove to him that her job and the program is very important. I really liked Julia. She was determined to stay in Dallas and not run back home to her family. Rocco needs to prove that the foundation is a big loss so he can keep his job and take care of his sister and niece. Julia's family is a hoot. It consists of her parents, grandmother and sister. Rocco has been taking care of his sister and niece as she is a single parent. His parents aren't reliable and his dad is a total jerk. He seems to think since he raised his son that his son owes him. Rocco makes 6 figures and his dad sees him as a hotshot and to good for his family. Even though Rocco pays for things for his parents. I wanted to reach through the book and really shake his father up. Thank you to Harper Collins and NetGalley for the ARC to review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kate (kate_reads_)

    Thank you to Carina Press and Netgalley for the free review copy of Here To Stay. I loved this book so much and am feeling book hungover after turning the final page. Julia left NYC and moved to Dallas, TX for her boyfriend Matt only to break up shortly after arriving. She’s determined to still make it on her own. She takes a job at a department store’s corporate office running programs in their foundation to help local kids and their families. Sturm’s department store is considering going public Thank you to Carina Press and Netgalley for the free review copy of Here To Stay. I loved this book so much and am feeling book hungover after turning the final page. Julia left NYC and moved to Dallas, TX for her boyfriend Matt only to break up shortly after arriving. She’s determined to still make it on her own. She takes a job at a department store’s corporate office running programs in their foundation to help local kids and their families. Sturm’s department store is considering going public and Rocco is a consultant who came in to help make it happen - including advising on whether the charitable programs should be cut. Professionally they are on opposite sides of the table - so why are their sparks so hard to ignore? Julia also puts together a group of former New Yorkers who are new to Texas. As much as I love the romance in this book, I love the found family group of friends even more. I can’t wait for others from the Gotham Exiles to get their love stories in future books. I miss these characters like they became my friends as I read. I also loved the ways Julia’s and Rocco’s families were part of the story. There are so many different family relationships and I loved how Herrera showed two very different families and how a healthy relationship with a family can mean very different things. The only part I didn’t love was the business side of things - but definitely willing to look past that for all the rest of this wonderful story. Highly recommend and I can’t wait for the next one!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Guylou (Two Dogs and a Book)

    📚 Hello Book Friends! HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera was a fun, emotional, and sexy read. The tension between Julia and Rocco was tangible and so hot! I love their relationship back and forth and how they can keep their hands away from each other. The ending is sweet and noble as it should be in a great romance story. If you are looking for a light romance book with lots of sexual tension, this one is for you. What am I saying? Just pick up a copy and start reading and dazzled by this wonderful 📚 Hello Book Friends! HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera was a fun, emotional, and sexy read. The tension between Julia and Rocco was tangible and so hot! I love their relationship back and forth and how they can keep their hands away from each other. The ending is sweet and noble as it should be in a great romance story. If you are looking for a light romance book with lots of sexual tension, this one is for you. What am I saying? Just pick up a copy and start reading and dazzled by this wonderful book. 🙋🏼‍♀️ Thank you, HARLEQUIN BOOKS for sending me a copy of this promising book. HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera is now available at your favourite bookstore. #bookstagram #dogsandbooks #bookishlife #bookishlove #bookstagrammer #books #booklover #bookish #bookaholic #reading #readersofinstagram #instaread #ilovebooks #bookishcanadians #canadianbookstagram #bookreviewer #bookcommunity #bibliophile #bookphotography #currentread #Sponsored #HarlequinPublicityTeam #HarlequinBooks #CarinaPress #AdrianaHerrera #HereToStay #latinxrom #ContemporaryRomance #EnemiesToLovers #WorkplaceRomance

  13. 5 out of 5

    Zoe

    Heartfelt, playful, and enticing! Here to Stay is a heartwarming, humorous tale that transports you to Dallas, Texas and into the lives of both Julia del Mar Ortiz, a kind, compassionate, Dominican-Puerto Rican woman who after being dumped shortly after relocating to Texas from Queens is more than happy putting all her time and effort into her dream job, running the charitable foundation for Sturm’s, and Rocco Quinn, an Italian-Irish, handsome, young man tasked with helping Sturm’s get ready to g Heartfelt, playful, and enticing! Here to Stay is a heartwarming, humorous tale that transports you to Dallas, Texas and into the lives of both Julia del Mar Ortiz, a kind, compassionate, Dominican-Puerto Rican woman who after being dumped shortly after relocating to Texas from Queens is more than happy putting all her time and effort into her dream job, running the charitable foundation for Sturm’s, and Rocco Quinn, an Italian-Irish, handsome, young man tasked with helping Sturm’s get ready to go public and potentially recommending chopping those parts of the company, such as their charitable foundation, that may be an unnecessary expense to the companies bottom line. The writing is sensual and light. The characters are intelligent, kind, considerate, inclusive, and endearing. And the plot is a push-pull tale full of workplace drama, familial responsibility, witty banter, tender moments, expectations, goals, friendship, diversity, compromise, chemistry, and love. Overall, Here to Stay is another sweet, passionate, satisfying novel by Herrera that’s more than just a typical enemies-to-more rom-com with its abundance of culture and tradition, social consciousness, and timely perspective. Thank you to Harlequin Books - Carina Press for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    nick

    Adriana Herrera is one of the best modern romance writers. As romance readers, we're incredibly blessed to experience her stunning stories that feature some of the most diverse casts. Here to Stay is easily one of my favorite contemporary romance novels of the year. It was a treat to read and I hope you have the book on your radar. Adriana Herrera is a pro at penning characters that possess layers and layers of depth. Julia as a protagonist is endearing and easy to fall for. I loved her voice and Adriana Herrera is one of the best modern romance writers. As romance readers, we're incredibly blessed to experience her stunning stories that feature some of the most diverse casts. Here to Stay is easily one of my favorite contemporary romance novels of the year. It was a treat to read and I hope you have the book on your radar. Adriana Herrera is a pro at penning characters that possess layers and layers of depth. Julia as a protagonist is endearing and easy to fall for. I loved her voice and being inside her head brought me nothing but joy. Julia followed her ex all the way to Dallas, leaving behind her Dominican family in NYC, only to have the relationship end on a sour note. Thankfully for Julia, she has a great opportunity in the form of her dream job running a charitable foundation of a department store. Except, to Julia's dismay, a consultant who could very much end her career has been hired by the CEO. I love that Adriana Herrera writes these heroines who are dedicated to the work they do. Every scene of Julia talking about her social work permeated with her dedication and passion. She cared deeply about the people-in-need she was trying her best to help. Her commitment to her job came across really well throughout the book. I honestly think that Julia is the sort of character that everyone would love to have as a friend in real life. She is humorous and has the most inviting personality. Her quick wit, fiery personality, no-nonsense attitude also meant that Julia wasn't afraid to mince her words, a quality that serves her well when dealing with Rocco. Rocco is the consultant brought in to potentially cut Julia's social program. Oh man, is Rocco a dreamy hero! Some of my favorite romance heroes are the ones who are soft and vulnerable but can also make you want to drop your undies with their dirty talk. Rocco is exactly that sort of hero. Did I also mention that he is tattoed? *swoon* He is a total swoony-worthy dreamboat and he made me immensely happy. There's a particular scene in Here To Stay during which he shows up at Julia's doorstep with a teeny tiny kitten he's trying to save and asdfghjkl! I WAS A PILE OF GOO. I don't know how Julia did not climb him like a tree right at that moment. Rocco's painful relationship with his parents played a big influence on his personality and despite not being treated like the way a son should be treated, his love for his younger sister remains steadfast and pure. All of it made for a lovable hero who is book-husband material worthy. You probably guessed already that Julia and Rocco do not get along at first. They are both intensely attracted to each other, but their respective professions act as mammoth-sized obstacles to their relationship. They somehow find themselves in each other's circles, forcing them to interact, get to know each other, and eventually connect emotionally. These two stubborn dodos are obviously perfect for one another. Watching them do their mating dance is pure fun and I personally couldn't wait for them to take their chemistry to the bedroom. My patience paid off. The sex scenes in this book deserve their own paragraph, but I'm going to leave all that good stuff for you readers to discover on your own. I do have five words that will probably convince you guys to pick up Here to Stay: dirty talking hero AND heroine! Adriana Herrera also portrays some of the best family dynamics. Julia's family are scene-stealers that also happen to steal my heart in the process. I adored her parents, grandmother, and sister. They are the most cheerful and optimistic fictional family I've ever come across and I loved how close they were to each other. Their connection to their Dominican culture is particularly touching and beautifully written in true Adriana Herrera style. Julia and Rocco also find a new family in the form of their new coworkers/friends in Dallas. I love a good found-family in fiction and each and every person in this particular friend group was lovely and interesting. I sincerely urge you to pick up Here to Stay when it releases. Otherwise, we're going to need to have some strong words. It's sexy, fun, and all sorts of entertaining! So, trust me, you need this book in your lives!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yna the Mood Reader

    Much thanks to Carina Press for sending me a copy for review and for inviting me to be a part of this tour. This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own. Also, all quotes are taken from the ARC and may or may not appear in the final published copy. The Workplace Enemies-To-Lovers I Need My romance-loving heart is definitely rejoicing with this new release from Carina Press. Here To Stay tells the story of Julia del Mar Ortiz and her life struggles after moving to Dallas from the Much thanks to Carina Press for sending me a copy for review and for inviting me to be a part of this tour. This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own. Also, all quotes are taken from the ARC and may or may not appear in the final published copy. The Workplace Enemies-To-Lovers I Need My romance-loving heart is definitely rejoicing with this new release from Carina Press. Here To Stay tells the story of Julia del Mar Ortiz and her life struggles after moving to Dallas from the busy NYC only to break up and get left behind by the reason she moved in the first place. After landing a great job she is passionate about, she finds that her department is at the risk of getting chopped. Enter Rocco Quinn. Fellow ex-New Yorker and Julia’s beautiful nightmare. Why? Despite this man’s good looks is his job as a consultant that will eventually get rid of the charitable programs she handles. As these two get to know each other, the real problem arises. Would they entertain this sense of attraction they feel? And what would that mean for their jobs? Content Warning: Abusive parent, alcoholism Lovable Lead Characters As a romance reader, one of the things that influence how much I would love a book is how much I feel for the characters. Not necessarily agreeing with everything about them, but they should not frustrate me to bits, I guess. Here to Stay was able to meet those expectations and it had me rooting for the leads even at the first few chapters! Julia is such a darling and seeing how passionate she was about her social work is so inspiring. She is fiery and brave – the type of heroine I want in my romance books! And, I have to admit, as much as I adore Julia, Rocco stole the show – and my heart! He is so sweet to his niece and sister, he loves animals, and he is just a soft cinnamon roll. His vulnerability is so swoon-worthy (and he doesn’t disappoint in delivering steam, as well.) The Beauty of Found Family Another plus point for this story is the friend group they have formed. The Gotham Exiles, which began as a simple gathering for former New Yorkers evolved to becoming a support group. There’s just a profound feeling that tugs at the heartstrings when strangers turn into family – and Here to Stay gave us this fun found family dynamic that was so fun to read! Dominican Culture Representation Adriana Herrera also gave us some Latinx love! Julia is from Dominican Republic and she and her family showcased a lot of their culture in the story. The integration of the Dominican culture in the book did not feel forced or too preachy. It just showed a story of a fun and loud family who loved each other too bits. Bonus: I loved all of the food mentions and descriptions! Final Thoughts: Definitely Satisfied Though this was my first Adriana Herrera read, I think I found a new romance author with a backlist I want to devour. Her writing style is up my alley and I definitely need more! Here to Stay might be a little slow burning, but I enjoyed the whole journey. Julia & Rocco’s story is the perfect blend of cute, fun, dramatic, sweet, and steamy – definitely the total package! My Book Rating Breakdown Blurb:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Main Character:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Significant Other: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Support Characters:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Writing Style:⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Character Development:⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Romance: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Pacing: ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Ending: ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Unputdownability: ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Book Cover:⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Final Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4.64/5)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Doose

    3.5 stars I have a harder time suspending my disbelief with contemporaries, so it took me a little while to get into this one, but it was very sweet and I ultimately found it immersive, which is what I'm looking for when I'm reading romance. It was nice to see Dominican culture represented, and I think the author did a great job of integrating it into the story. She pretty seamlessly translates the few moments of Spanish, though if you made it through a couple years of high school Spanish you don 3.5 stars I have a harder time suspending my disbelief with contemporaries, so it took me a little while to get into this one, but it was very sweet and I ultimately found it immersive, which is what I'm looking for when I'm reading romance. It was nice to see Dominican culture represented, and I think the author did a great job of integrating it into the story. She pretty seamlessly translates the few moments of Spanish, though if you made it through a couple years of high school Spanish you don't need them. I think it's also really important that she depicted an intact, loving family of color. This is not a story of troubled immigrants; it's actually the hero, a white guy, who has the difficult family background. Having the main character be a social worker who works with immigrant families made the book feel timely, and I generally think the conflict in the book worked really well and felt like a fresh addition to a well-liked trope. I liked the characters, and I thought Julia was well-rounded and authentic. Rocco was very lovable. The side characters were a little formulaic, but still enjoyable. There was nothing problematic in the MC's relationship dynamic, and consent was frequent and explicit. I didn't love the sex scenes, though. Rocco went from being this incredibly sweet "cinnamon roll" type to suddenly super dirty, and I just don't think the transition was successful; it felt sudden and jarring. I think "Get a Life, Chloe Brown" by Talia Hibbert is an example of how a similar dynamic can be done successfully. This was an ARC, and I'm hoping it's still going to get a good amount of editing. There were a few typos and awkward sentences, but my main problem was that a few phrases were repeated to the point that it was distracting. Every character "lifts a shoulder" (the author's way of saying shrug?) A LOT. About 1/3 of the lifts should stay in. There are also a lot of times where characters "suck their teeth," which to me seems like an odd gesture for every character to do; I would think it might be a distinctive behavior of a certain character rather than something everyone does, and does frequently. In the end, this was a fun, sweet read, and I'll probably revisit this author in the future.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Caitlyn Lynch

    This is the first book I’ve read by this author, and it definitely won’t be the last, because I was charmed by every bit of this romance. From the heroine Julia’s loving Afro-Caribbean family she adores but can’t be around too much because she finds them smothering, to her found-family of New York expats suffering in the cultural desert of Dallas, Texas (lol), Herrera skilfully draws a picture of a successful professional woman making her own way in the world, self-sufficient despite an ex doing This is the first book I’ve read by this author, and it definitely won’t be the last, because I was charmed by every bit of this romance. From the heroine Julia’s loving Afro-Caribbean family she adores but can’t be around too much because she finds them smothering, to her found-family of New York expats suffering in the cultural desert of Dallas, Texas (lol), Herrera skilfully draws a picture of a successful professional woman making her own way in the world, self-sufficient despite an ex doing her dirty. It’s the hero Rocco whose life is messy, who needs to achieve and earn more in order to get his sister and nephew away from their abusive parents. This is where the conflict comes in, because in order to achieve his goals, Rocco has to do a job that will very likely cause Julia to lose hers… and hers matters to a lot of people who need her, because she runs a major social work program, funded by the charitable donations of an upscale department store. Rocco and Julia have fantastic chemistry together, and there are some wonderful (and wonderfully diverse) side characters determined to see them find a happy ending, but life sometimes does set people up in opposition to each other, and that’s what has happened here. Perhaps the only thing I didn’t like is that Julia was essentially passive in the final major decision; she really had no role to play. It was Rocco’s sister who convinced him to make a recommendation he could live with, and it could still have cost Julia dear. Again… that’s representative of real life when sometimes it really is a Hobson’s choice, so I’m not going to knock any stars off for it. Julia and Rocco found their way to a happy ending for themselves and those they loved best, and in a way that didn’t require either of them to compromise their principles. It was believable and beautiful, and I really bought into their romance. I especially loved the portrayal of Julia’s family as a pack of healthy, loving Afro-Caribbean New Yorkers (and oh, the descriptions of the food!) I did read an ARC of this where the brand Goya was mentioned prominently; I’m going to guess that might be hastily edited out in the final edition (lol again). Five stars for a gorgeous contemporary romance where there are no easy choices, but the couple find their way to a happy ending anyway. Disclaimer: I received a review copy of this title via NetGalley.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lorrea - WhatChaReadin'?

    Julia moves to Dallas from New York with her boyfriend who dumps her and returns to New York shortly after. Rocco Quinn is in Dallas to help Sturm's, the company Julia works for, go public. Sturms has been mostly run by a set of elegant twins, but their younger brother is ready to take the company to the next level. If they do, Julia's job could be in jeopardy. There is very strong chemistry between Julia and Rocco, but will that change his mind about what is best for the company? Which will mat Julia moves to Dallas from New York with her boyfriend who dumps her and returns to New York shortly after. Rocco Quinn is in Dallas to help Sturm's, the company Julia works for, go public. Sturms has been mostly run by a set of elegant twins, but their younger brother is ready to take the company to the next level. If they do, Julia's job could be in jeopardy. There is very strong chemistry between Julia and Rocco, but will that change his mind about what is best for the company? Which will matter more to them, finding happiness with each other or keeping their jobs? Thanks to Carina Press and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this book. This is another book that I really enjoyed. It kept me entertained from start to finish. There were a couple of surprises along the way that I didn't see coming, but overall this was a cute romantic story that I would recommend to those who enjoy work romance stories.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Blodeuedd Finland

    I just can't with the male narrator. I have difficulties understanding him

  20. 4 out of 5

    Aila

    Herrera is a new-to-me author, but after loving HERE TO STAY, I’m excited to check out her backlist as well! I loved reading from the multiple perspectives of Julia and Rocco, who were both New Yorkers whose works took them to Dallas. For Julia, it was her dream job to work with a social program for immigrant and refugee children, creating counseling centers and support for families. For Rocco, it was as a consultant brought in to cut Julia’s social program out of the company - success means a p Herrera is a new-to-me author, but after loving HERE TO STAY, I’m excited to check out her backlist as well! I loved reading from the multiple perspectives of Julia and Rocco, who were both New Yorkers whose works took them to Dallas. For Julia, it was her dream job to work with a social program for immigrant and refugee children, creating counseling centers and support for families. For Rocco, it was as a consultant brought in to cut Julia’s social program out of the company - success means a promotion that would lead to a better lifestyle for him and his sister and niece. While work creates tension between Julia and Rocco, there’s an undeniable attraction that they can’t let go of which drives the story and their relationship. It was full of chemistry, respect, and understanding of one another. I loved it! “‘That man looks at you like you’re the answer to every question he’s ever had. Trust that you can be that to someone.’” HERE TO STAY features all the best, heartwarming parts of a relationship. The hero Rocco is soft and darling, while the heroine Julia is loyal and full of energy. If you like romances with minor work tension and major attraction, I definitely recommend this one! Also, talk about hot chemistry? Some of these scenes were honestly *fans self*, hehe. Overall, the wonderful family dynamics (found family for the win) and lovable friendships created took this contemporary romance to the next level. I definitely recommend it for romance lovers! Thank you Carina Press and Netgalley for the review copy! Full review to come on the blog, One Way Or An Author Trigger/Content Warnings: abusive parenting, alcoholism, mention of deportation

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jenica

    Here to Stay gave me so many feelings, my chest actually hurts because I was so invested in the storyline. Normally, I feel like the external conflict in a book is like... Whatever, you know? I'm here for it, but I don't get super invested in that OTHER plot but y'all, let me tell you how I was ready to rip this board of a high end department store I could never afford a new one if they made the wrong decision. And this Phil guy? Ooh, buddy, he was enemy #1 in my mind!! And meanwhile, I kept get Here to Stay gave me so many feelings, my chest actually hurts because I was so invested in the storyline. Normally, I feel like the external conflict in a book is like... Whatever, you know? I'm here for it, but I don't get super invested in that OTHER plot but y'all, let me tell you how I was ready to rip this board of a high end department store I could never afford a new one if they made the wrong decision. And this Phil guy? Ooh, buddy, he was enemy #1 in my mind!! And meanwhile, I kept getting salty that this board's decision was threatening to interfere with Rocco and Julia who so clearly belong together. Y'all. The emotions. Anyway, to clarify, this book is about Julia and Rocco, who have both relocated to Dallas, for Julia that's for at least two years and for Rocco, just a few months. Julia is working for the Sturm Foundation running the most incredible after school program for immigrant children and their families. One of the best parts about Adriana Herrera's books is that every time she crafts a social work program, she is so, so careful to remind readers that people in need of services are first and foremost people, and while meeting their basic needs is obviously important, it's just as important to give them the opportunity to paint or move their body or mediate. Anyway, so Rocco is the consultant brought in for Sturm Department Store, the board of which is considering going public. Capitalism at its finest here. So Rocco's job is basically to figure out what needs cut from the store as it is so it's appealing for investors, which puts him and Julia at professional odds. Since Julia's still reeling a bit from her jerk of an ex-boyfriend whom she moved to Dallas for, only for him to leave her for his side piece, this is an uncomfortable place to be. And Rocco really needs a promotion so he can get his sister and niece away from his parents. My only criticism of this book is that I think it's actually a little long. That said, did Herrera perfectly use all of the pages? Yes, yes she did. So is that a real criticism? Not necessarily from me, but I think others may disagree. Basically, if you like found family (Herrera excels at writing friend groups like you would not believe) and you like a good mix of internal and external conflict, this is the book for you. And even if you don't like those things, I would encourage you to try it anyway because I've done a terrible job explaining how this book is so marvelous! I mean, it's just so well done. OH and I almost forgot to talk about Julia's incredible family! And there's a cat!! Y'all, just read this. It's so good. Rocco can be so dumb, but also he's such a soft hero (with the DIRTIEST mouth, I swear) and the chemistry between him and Julia is so hot. Anyway, thanks SO much to Carina for the opportunity to read and review this book early via Netgalley! Now to go figure out how to buy myself a print copy...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. This is the story of two transplanted New Yorkers who find themselves working together at a company in Texas. Their jobs make them natural opponents but they quickly find they have more in common than they ever expected. I’m a huge Adriana Herrera fangirl and this story definitely doesn't disappoint. Julia is a likeable and relatable heroine. Her work is inspirational and I love her relationship with her family - and with her ch I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. This is the story of two transplanted New Yorkers who find themselves working together at a company in Texas. Their jobs make them natural opponents but they quickly find they have more in common than they ever expected. I’m a huge Adriana Herrera fangirl and this story definitely doesn't disappoint. Julia is a likeable and relatable heroine. Her work is inspirational and I love her relationship with her family - and with her chosen family. Julia is a woman who doesn’t need rescuing - but she’s up for finding a partner to share her life with. In fact, it is probably Rocco who needs a little rescuing and I love how Julia is supportive of his struggles while refusing to play mummy or therapist for him. Rocco might be tall, dark and successful on the surface, but his relationship with his family is difficult and his job leaves him morally conflicted. I love the balance Herrera find between Julia’s personal and professional challenges and the romance that sparks between Julia and Rocco. I love the way Julia creates her own chosen family in this story and I love the way her Latinx family is such a source of strength for her. The connection between Rocco and Julia is crazy hot but Julia’s caution is incredibly relatable. I love that the drama between these two is minimal and more about logistics than the usual romance novel miscommunication and theatrics. I found this book slower than some of the author’s previous stories. It isn't my favourite of her books but it is still a great read. I love Herrera’s writing style and I love that her writing is reinterpreting an often problematic genre in a fresh, sex positive way for a new generation of readers. I found Herrera through her m/m writing which I absolutely love but I’ve been really impressed with the female protagonists in her most recent books. If all m/f romance was like Herrera’s - featuring confident, independent women who actually represent the women I know and care about in real life, I’d be more keen to read m/f romance. Sadly, Herrera is one of only a few writers currently challenging genre norms and writing romance that centres Latinx women.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    August was the month for breaking my reading slump. I just devoured HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera in one sitting. There's so much to scream about this book, but the longing and chemistry between the main characters was so expertly crafted, I just couldn't set the book down until I saw them get together. Sweet anticipation, anyone? Sweet anticipation with a knockout payoff, that is. Found and blood families, social consciousness, soft sweet Hunan moments, and hear for days. You want this book. August was the month for breaking my reading slump. I just devoured HERE TO STAY by Adriana Herrera in one sitting. There's so much to scream about this book, but the longing and chemistry between the main characters was so expertly crafted, I just couldn't set the book down until I saw them get together. Sweet anticipation, anyone? Sweet anticipation with a knockout payoff, that is. Found and blood families, social consciousness, soft sweet Hunan moments, and hear for days. You want this book. Thank you to the Author and publisher for an early copy.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sofia (Bookish Wanderess)

    I really enjoyed this book - The chemistry between the main characters was out of this world! - The sex scenes were so hot - the friend group was amazing - I loved Julia's family - Rocco is adorable and I really enjoyed his storyline revolving around his family The issue I had with this book is that the will they won't they part of this book dragged a bit.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ginger at GReadsBooks

    This romance was such a joy to read! I first sat down to start with just a few pages, which then led to almost half the book being read! It’s the type of story you can’t help falling for, and that I most definitely did. Told in alternating voices, both Julia & Rocco find themselves in Texas working in the same business field. They’re both former New York natives that begin on opposite sides professionally, but quickly become personally wrapped up in one another. Trying to keep their professional This romance was such a joy to read! I first sat down to start with just a few pages, which then led to almost half the book being read! It’s the type of story you can’t help falling for, and that I most definitely did. Told in alternating voices, both Julia & Rocco find themselves in Texas working in the same business field. They’re both former New York natives that begin on opposite sides professionally, but quickly become personally wrapped up in one another. Trying to keep their professional & personal sides separate is a daunting task, but eventually they give in to the undeniable heat that’s been brewing between them. What stole the story for me was the group of friends they establish between them (all New York natives, too) & the colorfully adorable family of Julia’s. All of these voices added such a vibrant hue to an already glowing story. I loved the cultures that were shining through in this novel. If you’re looking for a genuine, vibrant romance that packs all the heat, this is definitely the story for you. I found myself rooting for Julia and Rocco right from the start. Watching them discover who they are separately and how they work together romantically was such a treat.

  26. 5 out of 5

    HeyAnci

    I am still fanning myself y'all because this was one Hot and steamy book that kept me from snoring . This was my first Adriana Herrera and sign me up for more of your books. Here to stay tells the story of Julia whose dream is to better lives big immigrants and Rocco the 'hotshot' consultant brought in by the company. They bicker and have that office tension but you can't deny the attraction sizzling through the pages . If you are looking for a contemporary romance with Dominican culture , an of I am still fanning myself y'all because this was one Hot and steamy book that kept me from snoring . This was my first Adriana Herrera and sign me up for more of your books. Here to stay tells the story of Julia whose dream is to better lives big immigrants and Rocco the 'hotshot' consultant brought in by the company. They bicker and have that office tension but you can't deny the attraction sizzling through the pages . If you are looking for a contemporary romance with Dominican culture , an office romance and parts of the books to have you fanning yourself then you need to read this book . The characters were written beautifully , the plot was amazing. Thank you Carina press for my ARC in exchange of an honest review

  27. 4 out of 5

    LianaReads blog

    I loved this slow burn romance book. I usually stay away from them because many times I get frustrated with the writing or the pace of the story but the author has made a great job in keeping me invested at all times and I definitely recommend it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    I received an eARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ⁣ ⁣ In case you didn’t already know this: everything Adriana Herrera writes is 𝗴𝗼𝗹𝗱. ⁣ ⁣ I loved the story of Julia and Rocco so so much! Julia runs the charitable foundation of a big company, and Rocco is brought in as a consultant to help the company get ready for an IPO - so changes or cuts (to her program specifically) - can be made at his recommendation. ⁣ ⁣ Herrera does such an incredible job of creating tension without too much I received an eARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ⁣ ⁣ In case you didn’t already know this: everything Adriana Herrera writes is 𝗴𝗼𝗹𝗱. ⁣ ⁣ I loved the story of Julia and Rocco so so much! Julia runs the charitable foundation of a big company, and Rocco is brought in as a consultant to help the company get ready for an IPO - so changes or cuts (to her program specifically) - can be made at his recommendation. ⁣ ⁣ Herrera does such an incredible job of creating tension without too much angst, of showing how Julia and Rocco both bring unique traits (and issues!) to a relationship, and really getting the reader invested in both characters individually, not just together as a couple. ⁣ ⁣ So good! It was so good! And while it doesn’t come out until August 25th, it‘s the first in a series so there will be more where this came from! ⁣ ⁣ Everything Adriana Herrera writes is 𝗚𝗢𝗟𝗗.⁣ She is an author who is an auto-buy for me.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cate Triola

    A great read for anyone who enjoyed The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon! I was given early access to this eBook by Harlequin/Carina Press. I really loved reading this book. Herrera develops her characters so thoroughly, they feel realistic. I loved learning about Dominican and Puerto Rican culture, but what really drew me in was Julia's family dynamic. As someone who comes from a family like Rocco's, it was such a treat to read about a loving family who opened their arms to Rocco immediately. A great read for anyone who enjoyed The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon! I was given early access to this eBook by Harlequin/Carina Press. I really loved reading this book. Herrera develops her characters so thoroughly, they feel realistic. I loved learning about Dominican and Puerto Rican culture, but what really drew me in was Julia's family dynamic. As someone who comes from a family like Rocco's, it was such a treat to read about a loving family who opened their arms to Rocco immediately. I also enjoyed Julia's character, and how Herrera portrayed her inner conflict. 10/10 would recommend for contemporary romance readers.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Adele Buck

    I sooo liked this. I loved the "I identify with where I came from but I can't live there anymore" ex-pat vibe. It was so real, so very felt. I loved the found family (I so love a found family) especially because the entire group had that ex-pat vibe. They were such an amazing crew and I loved them. The connection between Julia and Rocco was electric. All the stars for their chemistry. What I didn't love so much? And honestly, this is a 4.5 review: I was put off by Rocco needing his sister to be hi I sooo liked this. I loved the "I identify with where I came from but I can't live there anymore" ex-pat vibe. It was so real, so very felt. I loved the found family (I so love a found family) especially because the entire group had that ex-pat vibe. They were such an amazing crew and I loved them. The connection between Julia and Rocco was electric. All the stars for their chemistry. What I didn't love so much? And honestly, this is a 4.5 review: I was put off by Rocco needing his sister to be his moral compass. I was given an Advance Reader's Copy in exchange for an honest review.

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