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Length: 14 hrs and 56 mins A nice, normal life. Is that too much to ask? For Riley Thorn it is. Divorced. Broke. Living with a pack of elderly roommates. And those hallucinations she’s diligently ignoring? Her tarot card-dealing mom is convinced they’re clairvoyant visions. Just when things can’t get worse, a so-hot-it-should-be-illegal private investigator shows up on her d Length: 14 hrs and 56 mins A nice, normal life. Is that too much to ask? For Riley Thorn it is. Divorced. Broke. Living with a pack of elderly roommates. And those hallucinations she’s diligently ignoring? Her tarot card-dealing mom is convinced they’re clairvoyant visions. Just when things can’t get worse, a so-hot-it-should-be-illegal private investigator shows up on her doorstep looking for a neighbor…who turns up murdered. Nick Santiago doesn’t play well with others. Unless the “others” are of the female persuasion. Wink. He’s a rebel, a black sheep, a man who prefers a buffet of options to being stuck with the same entrée every night, if you catch his drift. When the pretty, possibly psychic Riley lands at the top of the list of suspects, Nick volunteers to find out whodunit. Only because he likes solving mysteries not because he wants to flex his heroic muscles for the damsel in distress. All they have to do is figure out who pulled the trigger, keep the by-the-book detective with a grudge at bay, and deal with a stranger claiming he was sent to help Riley hone her psychic gifts. All before the killer discovers she’s a loose end that requires snipping.


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Length: 14 hrs and 56 mins A nice, normal life. Is that too much to ask? For Riley Thorn it is. Divorced. Broke. Living with a pack of elderly roommates. And those hallucinations she’s diligently ignoring? Her tarot card-dealing mom is convinced they’re clairvoyant visions. Just when things can’t get worse, a so-hot-it-should-be-illegal private investigator shows up on her d Length: 14 hrs and 56 mins A nice, normal life. Is that too much to ask? For Riley Thorn it is. Divorced. Broke. Living with a pack of elderly roommates. And those hallucinations she’s diligently ignoring? Her tarot card-dealing mom is convinced they’re clairvoyant visions. Just when things can’t get worse, a so-hot-it-should-be-illegal private investigator shows up on her doorstep looking for a neighbor…who turns up murdered. Nick Santiago doesn’t play well with others. Unless the “others” are of the female persuasion. Wink. He’s a rebel, a black sheep, a man who prefers a buffet of options to being stuck with the same entrée every night, if you catch his drift. When the pretty, possibly psychic Riley lands at the top of the list of suspects, Nick volunteers to find out whodunit. Only because he likes solving mysteries not because he wants to flex his heroic muscles for the damsel in distress. All they have to do is figure out who pulled the trigger, keep the by-the-book detective with a grudge at bay, and deal with a stranger claiming he was sent to help Riley hone her psychic gifts. All before the killer discovers she’s a loose end that requires snipping.

30 review for Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door

  1. 4 out of 5

    Wendy'sThoughts

    4.5 A Helluva Ride Stars * * * * 1/2 March 18, 2021-UPDATE, I get to say I told you so, "Lucy Score mastered her world. She created a group of people who will stay with you. You will want to know more and follow their shenanigans...because I promise, with this group, oh, there will be more to come." Ms. Lucy is actively writing Riley Thorn 2 (coming this summer!) at the beach right now per her newsletter. Spoiler Free Bravery comes in all sorts of forms. It can be standing up to a bully, it can be 4.5 A Helluva Ride Stars * * * * 1/2 March 18, 2021-UPDATE, I get to say I told you so, "Lucy Score mastered her world. She created a group of people who will stay with you. You will want to know more and follow their shenanigans...because I promise, with this group, oh, there will be more to come." Ms. Lucy is actively writing Riley Thorn 2 (coming this summer!) at the beach right now per her newsletter. Spoiler Free Bravery comes in all sorts of forms. It can be standing up to a bully, it can be taking a look in the mirror and changing a pattern, and it can be writing a book, unlike anything you may have written before. Lucy Score is Hella Brave. She had an idea for years, she let it sit dormant, and then when the time was right, she let loose, gave us it, in all its glory. Her timing was perfect because as a Lucy Score reader, she has been laying the groundwork for just this type of ride. In Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door we have a woman whose deepest desire is to just be "normal". You see her family is anything but. Her mother and mother's mother have been gifted (not that Riley would call that) with psychic powers, and it seems Riley has been graced with the most powerful ability of all. Since she was a child, she had visions of the future, hears from the dead, and the thoughts of others around her...Yup, she hears them too. Now from an outsider's point of this, they may think this would be really cool but in actuality, it's not...unless you know how to control it. So Riley is dealing with her life; she was hosed during her divorce proceedings by her ex, leaving her having to pay him even though he was the one who cheated on her. She works as a proofreader at a company that is practically hostile 24/7. And the cherry on top is her living arrangement in a rundown mansion owned by an elderly woman who has numerous other elderly people living there. All under the umbrella that they are related so as to not be considered tenants. Meaning Riley isn't renting, she is staying with her aunt and uncles. Now picture this... Riley's area up in the attic area of the house is shared with another tenant. They both have these little places with baby kitchens, a place to sit, and a bed area. Unfortunately, they share a bathroom out in the connecting hallway of the house. This other guy is not the most user friendly. In other words, he is an ass. He owns a crappy bar, has worse health habits, and is just all-around icky. So it wasn't out of the norm when Riley would hear creaking outside her door when someone was in the hallway. Since she was sure it wasn't one of the other neighbors, she looked out through her peephole and saw a man, a very hot stranger who was everything you would see under the label "Bad Boy". Riley opened her door, got a little dizzy looking into those blue-green eyes, and saw something that she couldn't quite believe. She heard this man saying to her he was looking for someone and it brought her back to the here and now. Nick Santiago, current private investigator/past cop, was looking at this vision of a woman. She wasn't dressed up, hadn't stitch of make-up on, and yet, she was beautiful beyond belief. He was looking for a guy to serve him and ended up having the cutest banter ever with this person. He liked her sass, her quick mind, and from what he saw...a smokin' body. But Nick could tell, this woman wasn't for him because Nick liked his life free and easy. Riley had good girl written all over her. She was a rule follower and Nick, since birth, made breaking rules his religion. So she was a no go but that did not stop him thinking about her non-stop long after his first encounter with her. This story takes off from the very first couple of pages. You get the feel of just what you have bought into and understand to strap in for the ride provided. It will be something that will capture your mind, your heart, and all of your time until you finish it. It is a compulsive read. You want to know where the hell it is going and you want to go with it. There are so many additional characters, you would think they are too much...BUT not exactly. Because with this type of story, it is the talent of keeping all those plates spinning and not dropping any of them that is the deal. All of those characters fit together like those 1000 piece puzzles. You have to be up for the challenge to attempt them but when you complete them you feel like you mastered the world. Lucy Score mastered her world. She created a group of people who will stay with you. You will want to know more and follow their shenanigans...because I promise, with this group, oh, there will be more to come. Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ~~~~~ Before Reading ~~~~ August 20, 2020 Riley Thorn Has Decided... No More Pretend... Tanned "Good Guys" Anymore... And No Hot Tattooed... Bad Boys Either... I Mean, Damn... She Thinks It's Been So Long... That All Her LadyBits... Wouldn't Know How To Function... But Nick Santiago Is So Hot... He Could Cause Riley Thorn ... Break Out Lady "WD40"... To Make Those Bits Work... July 23, 2020 What Is A Nice Normal Life... Oh, Maybe It Is Waking... Getting Reading For The Day... Going To Work... And Enjoying The Company... Of Family, Friends, And Neighbors... Unfortunately, For Riley Thorne... Not So Much... Instead, Her Normal Goes Like This... Deal With a Crappy Divorce... Being Broke Because Of Said Divorce... Now Having Roommates Who Keep... Talking About The Good Ole Times... And Back In The Day... Oh, Did I Forget to Mention the Hallucinations... Yup, Those are Happening Too... So Normal, As They Say... Depends On Where You Are Standing... So When P.I. Nick Santiago... Who Has No Business Being So Hot... Is Standing at Her Door... The Only Thing More Shockingly Normal... Is That Her Neighbor Was Murdered... Now Nick Santiago Is No Dope... He Is A Man Who Can't and Doesn't... Want To Be Tied Down... To One Flavor Of Ice Cream... But When He See This Dish In Front Of Him... He Is Thinking Maybe Charlie is a Special Scoop... Between These Two Their "Normal" ... Starts To Take On A Life Of Its Own... They Have Others to Handle... Making The Last Thing They Want... To Worry About Is... Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door-August 27, 2020 A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review. For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Proffitt

    I struggled getting through this. A lot of that is the stupid romance where the only impediment is that both leads have an irrational negative motivation* so they're both all "oh, no we can't possibly" when there isn't really anything at all holding them back. I thought for a while that Nick might have some tragic reason in his past, but that phizzed out hard. And the plot is kind of dumb, too. I mean, Riley is not just a psychic, she's a psychic with extremely clear and on-point visions and impu I struggled getting through this. A lot of that is the stupid romance where the only impediment is that both leads have an irrational negative motivation* so they're both all "oh, no we can't possibly" when there isn't really anything at all holding them back. I thought for a while that Nick might have some tragic reason in his past, but that phizzed out hard. And the plot is kind of dumb, too. I mean, Riley is not just a psychic, she's a psychic with extremely clear and on-point visions and impulses that are always, and I mean always accurate. And she spends the entire story, even part of the epilogue for heaven's sake, being all "oh, no, I just want to be normal" like that's a thing to aspire to. I mean, I know people do aspire to that, but they're generally people who don't have, you know, superpowers. I always find it tedious when someone has this amazing gift and treats it like some kind of disfiguring malady. Ride that sucker all the way to the bank, forehead! Or fight injustice. Or whatever. But bemoaning how "weird" she is just doesn't cut it. And that's before you get to the slapstick. Or the gunfights where you have half a dozen people shooting at others and nobody gets hit or seriously injured. Well, okay, you have a couple of comedic wounds, like Nick being shot in the bum. And one or two injuries were serious-ish, if you count one or two walk-on characters. But the most frustrating part is when Score puts her thumb on the scale to draw out the stupid. Like when Riley surprises the bad guy, clocks him upside the head with a skateboard (slapstick, remember?) and then she runs away so that he can still be chasing her. Note, she'd knocked the gun out of his hand. She had a weapon and was standing over him. No other bad guys anywhere around. And she ran away rather than pick up the gun and aim it his way. Or, you know, beating him with that skateboard until he stopped moving. I'm good either way, really. What I'm not good with is a continuation of a chase scene after she ended the chase... Anyway, the story is silly. The characters are shallow and prone to authorial intrusion for yucks. And at least half the secondary characters are straight-up straight-lines. To be fair, all of this was obvious from the start. So if you want to see if your response will be similar to mine, it'll only take a couple of chapters in a sample read for you to tell. For me, though, this is two stars. What can I say? Some of those yucks landed and made me laugh. If I could get past all the teeth-grinding we'd be golden... A note about Steamy: I forget if there were two explicit sex scenes. There's most of one at any rate, but I don't think there's much more. So it's the lower end of my steam tolerance. It was a bit acrobatic for how short it was, so call it more author manipulation. Oh. I just realized that... Ew... * Negative Motivations: I kind of hate that the term "negative motivation" isn't widespread, yet. Since it isn't, I'm going to save off this little jag to append to my reviews that feature the term. Jennifer Crusie blogged about it a bit back (or, if that link doesn't work, here's a cache of the original) and it changed how I understand story. The problem with the term is that if you've never heard it before, you'd assume it meant motivations that are harmful or immoral. Not so. What it refers to is motivations not to do something. The thing is that many of us are motivated to not do things for a lot of different, perfectly valid and reasonable, reasons. The problem is that in a story motivations to not do things are a huge drag on the plot—particularly considering the fact that most negative motivations are overcome by the character simply deciding they don't care any more (or, rather, that they do care and are now motivated to do the thing). So not only do you have a counter to action but you also have a situation where to overcome it, all a character has to do is change their mind. Which means eventually, the reader is rooting for the character to get over him/herself already and do the thing we want them to do. Conflict drives story. Conflict between a reader and a main character drives readers away from story.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Corina

    This was one hilarious ride!!! If you need something adorable and funny for in-between heavier books, this one has you covered... full review to come ___________________________________ I received a copy of this book from the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. My opinions have not been influenced by the publisher or the author. Find more reviews and book recommendations on my blog Follow me on Bookstagram This was one hilarious ride!!! If you need something adorable and funny for in-between heavier books, this one has you covered... full review to come ___________________________________ I received a copy of this book from the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. My opinions have not been influenced by the publisher or the author. Find more reviews and book recommendations on my blog Follow me on Bookstagram

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stacey is Sassy

    I loved the second half… How can two halves of a story be so different? Maybe I’m still struggling with my Covid-19 reading slump? Maybe I had a personality switch? Maybe the characters had a personality switch? Maybe it was too long? Maybe the first half was too long, and the second half was short? (KIDDING!) Maybe it was the old… need to get to know this new world and that takes time thingamajiggy? Honestly, I think it was all those things. I absolutely LOVED the second half of Riley Thorn and the De I loved the second half… How can two halves of a story be so different? Maybe I’m still struggling with my Covid-19 reading slump? Maybe I had a personality switch? Maybe the characters had a personality switch? Maybe it was too long? Maybe the first half was too long, and the second half was short? (KIDDING!) Maybe it was the old… need to get to know this new world and that takes time thingamajiggy? Honestly, I think it was all those things. I absolutely LOVED the second half of Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door but the first half felt like it took a decade to slog through. I found it hard to work out when ‘the dead’ was talking to Riley or it was someone living. It could have been done this way to show Riley’s frustration, but it nearly pushed me over the edge. I even contemplated taking a break and coming back to it later. Riley is 30…ish and needs to accept who she is and find her happy place. Nick needs to grow up and realise he’s not a hormonal teenager anymore. By the end, both Riley and Nick have accepted they are not the same person they were before they met. Riley accepts her psychic abilities, and Nick realised that leading the bachelor life isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. We are introduced to a motley crew of characters and I thought they were all a little too silly, quirky, and annoying initially. Then, as time went on, I came to adore them. The oldies who live in the mansion are a crack up and I hope that I find my own crew for happy hour when I’m 80…ish. Riley’s family would send me insane personally, but I know that they’re the kind of people who will always have your back. Gabe, Jasmine, Detective Weber, Josie, and Brian are great additional characters. I loved their originality, not just for their diversity but because they were cool people. Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door is a funny story from start to finish. It’s just that it takes a wee bit of time to warm up to the humour each character brings to the show. Between the dead guy next door, crooked cops, and a romance between two people wanting to avoid getting attached, the storyline was interesting. Yes, the second half was better than the first, but it made up for the shortcomings. That chase scene at the end would make up for everything. If Lucy Score decides to make this a series, I will definitely come back for more. Now, that we’ve met the characters and got their world set up, it should be all plain sailing (HA, HA, HA!) from here.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nicola

    Can’t deny, the first 30% of this was a bit slow going, but if ever there were proof that perseverance pays off, this book is it and I went from meh to bloody loving it. I’m totally in the camp that needs more Riley Thorn in her life. Can’t deny, the first 30% of this was a bit slow going, but if ever there were proof that perseverance pays off, this book is it and I went from meh to bloody loving it. I’m totally in the camp that needs more Riley Thorn in her life.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Anne OK

    5 of the “Funnest” Stars Ever As you begin to read, it won’t take long before you’ll know with certainty that you’ve hit the prime mother lode. With its exceptionally unique and amazing combination of “reluctant psychic romantic comedy” – and a layer of suspense -- this one is pure gold! Certainly nothing like my usual – but so much more than I ever expected, and thankfully I had the good sense to one-click. Lucy Score definitely scores bigly in taking rom-com to a whole other level. Oh my gosh – 5 of the “Funnest” Stars Ever As you begin to read, it won’t take long before you’ll know with certainty that you’ve hit the prime mother lode. With its exceptionally unique and amazing combination of “reluctant psychic romantic comedy” – and a layer of suspense -- this one is pure gold! Certainly nothing like my usual – but so much more than I ever expected, and thankfully I had the good sense to one-click. Lucy Score definitely scores bigly in taking rom-com to a whole other level. Oh my gosh – this book is such an absolute gem. And just what I needed at the right time -- full of unfettered banter, fun and more fun -- and a cast of characters that keep the frenetic action on a fast-track. It’s a bang-up good time!! Written in third person from dual POV, this book is a keg of dynamite and feels something like a cross-over between the Keystone Cops and Magnum PI. Enter one slick and icky Dickie Frick and the wild and zany escapades begin. Only I won’t be telling you the play by plays. This one is just calling all wanna-be sleuths to pull out their magnifying glasses and spot the clues to solve this case! The dynamic-duo pairing of Riley Thorn and Nick Santiago is perfect! She’s recently divorced and 34 years old, has a mysterious middle name that she’ll never divulge, along with some special skills – mainly psychic abilities she’s learning to control. Nick, a brooding but charming 37 year-old former police detective turned private investigator, is unattached and plans on staying that way, who has a “fine ass,” dimples and just the right amount of tattoos. Oh yes, Nick makes the females swoon! But Riley holds a power over him that he can't resist. An explosion of chaotic characters in the secondary cast is simply too marvelous to even begin to describe. Even the bad guys do justice to their roles. And there's Mrs. Penny, a crime-fighting granny, along with a matchmaking dog named Burt, who steal the show at times. Lucy Score must write more, more, and even more of these fabulous characters and their madcap adventures. Please oh please let it be so! Until then, let’s go eat tacos!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    4.5 stars “Think of it as an adventure,” he advised. “And if you’re a good girl, I’ll buy you dinner and snacks.” “I do like snacks,” she mused.” This book was such a good time. Riley Thorn is divorced, living with a bunch of elderly people and attempting to suppress her physic abilities. When her neighbour mysteriously turns up dead after her vision of the event she teams up with sexy private investigator Nick Santiago to discover who exactly murdered the slimy man from across the hall. Th 4.5 stars “Think of it as an adventure,” he advised. “And if you’re a good girl, I’ll buy you dinner and snacks.” “I do like snacks,” she mused.” This book was such a good time. Riley Thorn is divorced, living with a bunch of elderly people and attempting to suppress her physic abilities. When her neighbour mysteriously turns up dead after her vision of the event she teams up with sexy private investigator Nick Santiago to discover who exactly murdered the slimy man from across the hall. The characters in this book were amazing. Each one so richly created and so entertaining. Everyone was quirky and wild and I was obsessed with the whole dynamic. The plot was intriguing, the romance adorable there was little to fault with this book. But that is to be expected with a Lucy Score book, a kindle unlimited icon and an auto-download for me. I can't wait to see the further iterations of this series. A perfect light and entertaining read that will lift your mood.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gretchen (About That Story)

    Holy hysterical Batman! This was so freaking FUN to read! I can't even tell you how many times I laughed out loud! I loved all the characters, the mystery, and this entertaining and crazy world. It was just what I needed! This story was outrageously entertaining and it had me laughing and smiling and on the edge of my seat as the mystery played out and Riley and Nick came together. Riley was so fun and quirky and Nick's incredibly charming with a rebel vibe happening. I loved their attraction and Holy hysterical Batman! This was so freaking FUN to read! I can't even tell you how many times I laughed out loud! I loved all the characters, the mystery, and this entertaining and crazy world. It was just what I needed! This story was outrageously entertaining and it had me laughing and smiling and on the edge of my seat as the mystery played out and Riley and Nick came together. Riley was so fun and quirky and Nick's incredibly charming with a rebel vibe happening. I loved their attraction and bickering that they had going on, it brought even more fun and laughter to the story. Riley and Nick were sweet and flirty together and I love how their relationship evolved. There was an incredible and unique cast of characters from Riley’s elderly neighbors, to both of their families and friends. They all brought so much to the story with all these hilarious scenes and scenarios, I couldn’t get enough. Entertaining was pretty much the theme. Were some of the scenes and situations outright crazy? Oh yeah. Where they incredibly comical and had me laughing and totally engaged and invested? Absolutely! Riley is a psychic, there’s a murder to solve, and sparks are flying left and right, plus there’s a huge cast of zany characters… and don’t forget the action, mayhem, and excitement. Everything together was fantastic. There were so many working parts happening and I loved how it all was pieced together with these elaborate details. I loved the dual POVs, the flow, and the amazing slow burn that was happening. I kept laughing - the barks of laughter that just take you by surprise - and I was pretty much that way through the entire book as everything developed. The story wrapped up nicely with an opening for more stories which has me thrilled. I need more Riley Thorn in my life! Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door was laugh-out-loud shenanigans at its best and I had a blast reading it. If you're looking for an escape and need to get your laugh on, look no further. You have found your next read! Complimentary copy received for review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Deanna

    Wow! This is a different kind of book than what I am used to reading from Lucy Score. Don’t get me wrong, it has all of what we love from Lucy, but much much more! Riley is a reluctant psychic. She is one in a long line of psychics, but she doesn’t want to be one. She fights it and soon learns that fighting won’t stop the visions from happening. When Riley has a vision of her neighbor getting killed, she starts to get worried that all her visions might be right. Nick is a “by the seat of your pan Wow! This is a different kind of book than what I am used to reading from Lucy Score. Don’t get me wrong, it has all of what we love from Lucy, but much much more! Riley is a reluctant psychic. She is one in a long line of psychics, but she doesn’t want to be one. She fights it and soon learns that fighting won’t stop the visions from happening. When Riley has a vision of her neighbor getting killed, she starts to get worried that all her visions might be right. Nick is a “by the seat of your pants” kind of guy. He doesn’t like rules, so he doesn’t follow them. He likes variety, so he won’t settle down. When he is thrown in the path of Riley, he reluctantly sees that variety isn’t so great. He falls for Riley hard and FAST. Watching them give up their reluctant-ness is what makes this story a great one! Riley starts to embrace her visions and Nick starts to embrace wanting just Riley. The way he fights wanting her, is just beautiful. I love how he gets jealous around Gabe. Oh, Nick is definitely in the running for best book-boyfriend. Lucy does not disappoint, as always. She creates a world soo real, you really feel a part of it. She also throws in quirky retired roommates, crazy family, and large animals to keep you laughing. Lucy keep writing, you always deliver awesome stories that I want to keep on reading!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Carol (StarAngel's Reviews) Allen

    4.5 Stars I had so much fun reading this story of Riley and Nick! It had a bunch of everything thrown in and wrapped up nicely into a fantastic book! This author had me laughing with every page I turned and the secondary characters were just as important and lovable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Diana Johnston

    Brilliant Brilliant, funny, romantic, adorable... I can go on and on but really just read the book!! It’s like freaking great!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ivy Deluca

    Quick synopsis: Riley Thorn is a reluctant psychic whose living a bit of a Schleprock existence, desperately wishing she was normal. Well, if wishes were horses, she’d still be out of luck. Anyhoodle, Riley has a vision of a murder and finds herself embroiled in a tale of corruption, greed, blackmail, and murder - plus vigilante oldens and spite cows. *shrugs* Nick Santiago is a PI whose meet-cute with Riley intrigues and challenges his forever bachelor mentality, but first, they have to make it Quick synopsis: Riley Thorn is a reluctant psychic whose living a bit of a Schleprock existence, desperately wishing she was normal. Well, if wishes were horses, she’d still be out of luck. Anyhoodle, Riley has a vision of a murder and finds herself embroiled in a tale of corruption, greed, blackmail, and murder - plus vigilante oldens and spite cows. *shrugs* Nick Santiago is a PI whose meet-cute with Riley intrigues and challenges his forever bachelor mentality, but first, they have to make it out of this investigation alive. In the middle of dangerous villains with questionable spray tans, guess what? Yep, romance happens. The Good: Classic Lucy Score humor, a quirky cast of diverse characters, good found family ties as well as biological family love in all its forms, and finally, some sweet and sexy chemistry between Nick and Riley made for a fun read. The Bad: Content warning for ableist language - there’s about three casual references to a ableist slur that was completely unnecessary and took me right out of the story from how hard I was cringing. I’m Gen X, and we grew up with casually hurtful language, but I’m trying to live by the credo “when you know better, do better.” And I can’t help but think if a disabled person was reading this how hurtful it would be. I would have easily rated this higher had these not been in the book. Everything in Between: The supporting players in this tale are hilarious and you know what could have easily been weaker? The actual murder mystery. I liked that it’s more than afterthought to the romance, though I’m not gonna lie, maybe one more sex scene would have been fun. But I’m a smutty kind of gal. Other than what I’ve outlined above, I really did like the ‘verse Ms. Score created for Nick and Riley, and I like that Ms. Score has taken the time to really make it diverse. I look forward to reading more of it. I just hope future judicious editing is employed for ableist language. **ARC provided by author for review** For more reviews, visit

  13. 5 out of 5

    CzekMart

    We meet Riley at a very low point in her life - recently divorced and exploited by her ex-husband, saddled with a dead-end job and renting a room in “retirement” flophouse. Riley had been gifted with the ability of clairvoyance, she comes from a long line of psychics and desperately wishes to be just “normal”. When she has a vision of her elderly neighbor being murdered, she battles with her conscience and warns the police. Enter Nick Santiago, retired cop, now PI, who likes to set his own hours, We meet Riley at a very low point in her life - recently divorced and exploited by her ex-husband, saddled with a dead-end job and renting a room in “retirement” flophouse. Riley had been gifted with the ability of clairvoyance, she comes from a long line of psychics and desperately wishes to be just “normal”. When she has a vision of her elderly neighbor being murdered, she battles with her conscience and warns the police. Enter Nick Santiago, retired cop, now PI, who likes to set his own hours, work load and priorities. Those priorities do not include finding THE ONE and settling down. He is attempting to serve legal documents to Riley’s neighbor and inevitably steaks out the flophouse when said neighbor is murdered. Enter Gabe, a spiritual advisor and trainer, sent by Riley’s Grandma to help her develop and control her gift. Enter Riley’s family, residents of the flophouse, Nick’s family, shady characters, Riley’s best friend, police detectives and menage of large animals and we have a shenanigans filled murder mystery/rom-com of epic proportions!!! I could not stop laughing and swooning while reading this whodunnit, laugh out loud hilarious love story. This book has something for everyone - love, lust, family drama, commune, large animals, swoon, steam, murder mystery, one large cuddly dog and other large animals all wrapped up in a “vision” driven chase to bring the culprits of the murder conspiracy to justice. Hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did!!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Briana B.

    YES! YES! YES! Give me more Riley Throne! Every character is this book is a hoot and I need more soon! Riley, the reluctant psychic, is newly divorced and living in an old mansion that is turned into what can only be described at best as mini apartments that is filled with roommates that are in the senior citizens category. On top of that, she is working a boring and bleak job as a proofreader for a company that is less than stellar. One night, she receives a peak into the future thanks to her fr YES! YES! YES! Give me more Riley Throne! Every character is this book is a hoot and I need more soon! Riley, the reluctant psychic, is newly divorced and living in an old mansion that is turned into what can only be described at best as mini apartments that is filled with roommates that are in the senior citizens category. On top of that, she is working a boring and bleak job as a proofreader for a company that is less than stellar. One night, she receives a peak into the future thanks to her friendly spirit guides where she sees her neighbor get killed. She tries to stop it from happening..... but no dice. She just makes herself seen like a suspect and has the police looking at her for answers. With the help of her amazingly spiritual family, her quirky roommates, and the hot-reluctant-to-relationships PI Nick, you have yourself a laugh out loud romcom filled with mystery, kickass Mrs. Penny, and Burt the lion dog.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Leanne

    Wow. This book was not like the books I have come to expect from Lucy Score. It is very different and oh so good! There is so much happening in this book that I had to read it twice! What could I mean by so much happening? This book has tacos, psychics, wacky senior citizens, private investigators, good cops, tarot readings, car chases, vigilantes, bad cops, visions, blackmail, car crashes, ninjas, Richard Nixon and Elsa from frozen. It also has an obnoxious ex, a pile of waitresses, a fire, a s Wow. This book was not like the books I have come to expect from Lucy Score. It is very different and oh so good! There is so much happening in this book that I had to read it twice! What could I mean by so much happening? This book has tacos, psychics, wacky senior citizens, private investigators, good cops, tarot readings, car chases, vigilantes, bad cops, visions, blackmail, car crashes, ninjas, Richard Nixon and Elsa from frozen. It also has an obnoxious ex, a pile of waitresses, a fire, a soul sucking job, a seedy bar, a spite cow, a commune, a scary grandma, a crooked politician, a stolen truck, and a lion named Burt. Oh yeah, and a dead guy! Woven through all of that is a sweet romance. AND it was a super fun read from beginning to end! You will want to read it twice too. I think Riley Thorn may be my favorite character name ever!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Payton Box

    Wow, I don't even have the words to describe how awesome this book is! This book is probably one of the most original books I've ever read and I so hope there is more of Riley and Nick. Riley is hilarious and watching her be guided on her spiritual journey while also dealing with her dead neighbor next door was hilarious! This book had a huge twist on psychics and its what kept the book fresh and hilarious! This book felt more mystery with romance sprinkled in, but I loved watching Nick and Rile Wow, I don't even have the words to describe how awesome this book is! This book is probably one of the most original books I've ever read and I so hope there is more of Riley and Nick. Riley is hilarious and watching her be guided on her spiritual journey while also dealing with her dead neighbor next door was hilarious! This book had a huge twist on psychics and its what kept the book fresh and hilarious! This book felt more mystery with romance sprinkled in, but I loved watching Nick and Riley's relationship bounce back and forth as neither listened to the other. They were the perfect characters to plan an entire mystery around.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    Strap yourself in for this adventure! Riley is a reluctant physic who has a physic vision of a murder, namely the guy next door. We do actually meet the guy next door. That being said, this book is Riley’s adventure as well as her learning to control her spirit guides that provide her visions. So, enter a cast of great character, not one is a flat character, all of them add to this story! Nick’s a former Harrisburg police officer, now a private eye who runs his own business. He embarks on this a Strap yourself in for this adventure! Riley is a reluctant physic who has a physic vision of a murder, namely the guy next door. We do actually meet the guy next door. That being said, this book is Riley’s adventure as well as her learning to control her spirit guides that provide her visions. So, enter a cast of great character, not one is a flat character, all of them add to this story! Nick’s a former Harrisburg police officer, now a private eye who runs his own business. He embarks on this adventure with Riley, and he’s pretty smitten with her. I don’t want to give too much away, but parts of this are nail bitters! 5 stars and my recommendation to read it!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mina

    Unnecessarily long but mildly enjoyable

  19. 4 out of 5

    The Romantic Rush Blog

    A “reluctant psychic romantic comedy”- oh my, what a fun and unique story from one of my go to feel good authors. This story is just chock full of Lucy Score charm, but with a paranormal twist. Unique characters (including our reluctant psychic heroine), a heartfelt but quirky family, a deliciously swoony and sexy private investigator hero, and all sorts of comedic relief in the form of a buffet of delightful side characters- including a bevy of hilarious octogenarians. Our reluctant psychic Ri A “reluctant psychic romantic comedy”- oh my, what a fun and unique story from one of my go to feel good authors. This story is just chock full of Lucy Score charm, but with a paranormal twist. Unique characters (including our reluctant psychic heroine), a heartfelt but quirky family, a deliciously swoony and sexy private investigator hero, and all sorts of comedic relief in the form of a buffet of delightful side characters- including a bevy of hilarious octogenarians. Our reluctant psychic Riley finds herself in an aging mansion full of lovable elderly occupants. And, unfortunately, a dead guy, whose murder forces pent-up, rule following Riley to use her repressed psychic abilities in order to try to solve his murder. And, of course, that has her crossing paths with sexy, confirmed perpetual bachelor Nick, the private PI- and on an adventure they go! Our romance is a slower burn but so yummy, the angst is low, and we have mounds of that Lucy Score humor and witty banter. The interplay of Nick with Riley’s gifts and all of her colorful housemates made for some amazing laughs. And the romance is perfectly paired with the suspense. Just delightfully and cleverly zany, this outside of the box story is quirky, heartfelt, engrossing, and smashingly entertaining. I laughed out loud page after page. Mystery, romance, crazy characters, and ample swoon- its the full Lucy Score experience and then some! This book is just so fun, and if you’re looking for an intro book to Lucy or just something decidedly fresh and unique- snatch up Riley

  20. 4 out of 5

    Abby Garza

    Love, Comedy & Adventure 💕 Lucy freaking Score! She did it again y'all 😁. This book takes it to a whole new level for me. Romance, comedy, mystery, and suspense...all my favorites rolled in one. And although this was slightly different than other Lucy books, in a sense it was the same as it was just as good. And ok maybe a tiny bit better than all her other books (for me) because it was different. Does that make sense? It had adventure and a theme that called to my heart. I have a background in c Love, Comedy & Adventure 💕 Lucy freaking Score! She did it again y'all 😁. This book takes it to a whole new level for me. Romance, comedy, mystery, and suspense...all my favorites rolled in one. And although this was slightly different than other Lucy books, in a sense it was the same as it was just as good. And ok maybe a tiny bit better than all her other books (for me) because it was different. Does that make sense? It had adventure and a theme that called to my heart. I have a background in criminal justice, and the story had all the things that interest and intrigue me. I instantly was pulled in from the first few pages and all the way to the end. Even afterwards I was still "in it". It was so freaking good that I felt lost afterwards. Like after all that, all the excitement, what was I supposed to do now? And greedily, I needed more! Need more, please! It was that good, that awesome! And I love all the characters, even that bad guys because they were so good at being bad. Riley Thorn is a good girl that has some lousy luck lately, and oh ya, she's a psychic. Nick Santiago is a good-looking, charming, PI. Nick and Riley's chemistry was sparking, right from the beginning. Their relationship also felt so natural and real as it developed through the story and even when they were "faking" it. I was (still am) so invested in them and their story. And it's only the beginning and so excited for the next installment in this series 😉. 110% recommend this book, you won't regret it 😊.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    This was one of the longest books I've read in 2020 but it was a nice break from my typical dark, angsty eroticas. Rom-com at its finest! This was one of the longest books I've read in 2020 but it was a nice break from my typical dark, angsty eroticas. Rom-com at its finest!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    Buckle up... it’s going to be a bumpy ride Riley Thorn... 34... divorced... psychic... working on a plan to restart her life... desperately wants to be normal. Nick Santiago... 38... PI... ex-cop... likes being his own boss... doesn’t mind being alone... not the monogamous & marrying kind. One vision of her neighbor being murdered, then a knock on her door brings them together. Unlikely friends drawn together by circumstances and unseen forces. Riley keeps trying to push people away & bury her gif Buckle up... it’s going to be a bumpy ride Riley Thorn... 34... divorced... psychic... working on a plan to restart her life... desperately wants to be normal. Nick Santiago... 38... PI... ex-cop... likes being his own boss... doesn’t mind being alone... not the monogamous & marrying kind. One vision of her neighbor being murdered, then a knock on her door brings them together. Unlikely friends drawn together by circumstances and unseen forces. Riley keeps trying to push people away & bury her gift until Nick comes to her with an offer. Help him find the killer and he’ll pay her. Riley needs the money to help her make a fresh start. She’s tempted, and so is Nick. A madcap adventure including a rooming house of senior citizen misfits, well intentioned friends, family members that make them crazy & an ex-husband intent on bleeding Riley dry. All they have to do is solve whodunnit. With Lucy Score at the helm it’s bound to be a wild one!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    Lucy Score delivers another zany rom-com with "Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door." Many of the signature things you might look for in a book by Ms. Score are front and center in this rollicking comedy/romance/mystery story. You have quirky seniors, a sarcastic heroine, a confirmed bachelor hero, a handful of dysfunctional family members, and of course the odd animal or two with digestive issues. But most of all, you get the quick banter and chemistry between Riley and Nick that you've come Lucy Score delivers another zany rom-com with "Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door." Many of the signature things you might look for in a book by Ms. Score are front and center in this rollicking comedy/romance/mystery story. You have quirky seniors, a sarcastic heroine, a confirmed bachelor hero, a handful of dysfunctional family members, and of course the odd animal or two with digestive issues. But most of all, you get the quick banter and chemistry between Riley and Nick that you've come to expect from Lucy Score.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Paulette

    Right from the get go you know you’re in for something different. Different is one word to describe this captivating book but let’s also use, unique, quirky, hilarious, off the beaten track, unusual, novel, eccentric at times, rare, exclusive and totally downright lovable and sexy. I thought I knew what I was getting into before I opened this book. I am a fan of this author’s work. Well smack my back (yeah I know its not back but this review is public) and call me Judy! I had no idea what I was i Right from the get go you know you’re in for something different. Different is one word to describe this captivating book but let’s also use, unique, quirky, hilarious, off the beaten track, unusual, novel, eccentric at times, rare, exclusive and totally downright lovable and sexy. I thought I knew what I was getting into before I opened this book. I am a fan of this author’s work. Well smack my back (yeah I know its not back but this review is public) and call me Judy! I had no idea what I was in for. I mean this in a totally good way. Is it a comedy, mystery, dramatic, thriller, sexy, hysterical, unconventional, bizarre in ways, sweet, or out of this world? YES, to all of the above. It is all of these things wrapped into one heartfelt story. Riley, just wants to be normal and have an uncomplicated life, or so she thinks. She’s trying so hard to avoid the things that make her unique. Sometimes when you try so hard to avoid things it only draws it closer. Nick, the good looking PI with his perfect dimples and his life in order, except for his office. No strings, no rules, no one to report to. This is the life everyone wants, or so he thinks. Enter Dickie Frick. One moment can change everything in your organized, disorganized world. It can spin your axis out of this orbit. I don’t do spoilers because where’s the fun in that? You need to read this on your own for the full enjoyment. Let’s just say though this is a total cast of characters you don’t want to miss. Burt alone is worth the price of this book. You will fall in love with almost all of them. Notice I said almost. Some you will want to rip apart. Your sleuthing will be tested. Mine was. I figured out I’d better stick to being the reader. You may even start testing your psychic abilities, or is that psycho abilities? I think it’s both! You will get all the feels and some downright AWWW moments. As you can see I can’t say enough good descriptive adjective to really relay how much I loved this book. I’m sincerely hoping this becomes a series. There’s a lot to work with to make it happen. Lucy, went off the beaten path with this one. You know the road less traveled. It was well worth it. Sometimes you dare to be different and it works. It worked! Just ask Disney, Edison, Einstein.... and Lucy Score! P.S.- don’t skip the author’s notes.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Douglas Meeks

    Well cue the insanity, this was a wild ride and while not exactly a "paranormal" romance she is a bit psychic and it plays a large part. The romance just made your head hurt since it started as Riley being a fake fiancée for Nick to help with the investigation of a murder. As things go south that is one of the more normal things happening, add in a houseful of senior citizens with some real hang-ups and you have all the ingredients for a rousing good time. At the base of all the madness there is Well cue the insanity, this was a wild ride and while not exactly a "paranormal" romance she is a bit psychic and it plays a large part. The romance just made your head hurt since it started as Riley being a fake fiancée for Nick to help with the investigation of a murder. As things go south that is one of the more normal things happening, add in a houseful of senior citizens with some real hang-ups and you have all the ingredients for a rousing good time. At the base of all the madness there is still a murder to solve and it is not just thrown on the back burner and is a critical part of the plot. The chase towards the end was exhausting and I was coming up for air just reading about it. To sum it up, this is a crazy story, written well, made me laugh many times, kept me up way past my bedtime 3 nights running and a definite 5 Star rating which very few books make that mark from me these days of mediocrity being celebrated as masterpiece.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Heather❀Kiss The Pages❀

    3.5 Stars Ok so don't read this in public because it is absolutely hilarious! A psychic heroine, a PI hero, elderly crazy but loveable roommates and a murder investigation set the stage for this over the top laugh out loud comedy. I wish there was more romance though! That's my only issue and honestly I feel like this should be categorized as a crime mystery/comedy and not a romance book. There is a love story but it felt like a book with an element of romance more than the romance being the hear 3.5 Stars Ok so don't read this in public because it is absolutely hilarious! A psychic heroine, a PI hero, elderly crazy but loveable roommates and a murder investigation set the stage for this over the top laugh out loud comedy. I wish there was more romance though! That's my only issue and honestly I feel like this should be categorized as a crime mystery/comedy and not a romance book. There is a love story but it felt like a book with an element of romance more than the romance being the heart of the story if that makes sense. Anyway I absolutely love Lucy Score. I will always be a die hard fan. If you want a really great laugh then make sure you grab this.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shabby -BookBistroBlog

    My first book by Lucy Score. i opened the book and laughed out loud on page one. Turned the page and laughed some more..And laughed...and laughed...and laughed.. And the book ended My heart is full, my face is stretched into a gigantic smile... I've found a new author to obsess over All is right in the world. Hilarious story about crazy-ass, riff-raff geriatric inhabitants of a mansion which is permanently unlocked. People wander in and out including a cop, a detective and a murderer. “I can’t belie My first book by Lucy Score. i opened the book and laughed out loud on page one. Turned the page and laughed some more..And laughed...and laughed...and laughed.. And the book ended My heart is full, my face is stretched into a gigantic smile... I've found a new author to obsess over All is right in the world. Hilarious story about crazy-ass, riff-raff geriatric inhabitants of a mansion which is permanently unlocked. People wander in and out including a cop, a detective and a murderer. “I can’t believe I’m being spooned in the hospital by a private investigator after my neighbor got murdered across the hall.” “I can’t believe I’m spooning a hot psychic in a hospital bed.” And stuck in this couldron of insane people is Riley Thorn who comes from a long line of accomplished psychics & clairvoyants. She's a denier of her powers and refuses to lift her head out of her Ass sand. Nick Santiago is the PI investigating the said murder of Dickie across the hall. And Gabe is hell bent on knotting his guts by his mere saintly presence. Their jealous repartees are the HIGHLIGHT of the story “Listen, Andre the Giant, if you don’t stop flirting with my fiancée, I’m going to find a step stool, climb it, and punch that smile off your face.” I can't even begin to tell you the quirk-saturated story is about, it's dripping with humour, details, snort-inducing laughter and mayhem. PIC. THIS. BOOK And thank Lucy for writing it. I'm immediately jumping in book 2, (they're standalones) 5 stars for Human Everest with flesh toned pizza trays Follow me on: Email🌻 Bookbub 🌻 Twitter🌻 Instagram🌻 Blog🌻 Facebook🌻 Amazon 🌻

  28. 5 out of 5

    Miftahul

    3.9 stars This book is about Riley divorced, she lives in a house with full of elderly people because she has no where to go. her whole family is psychic and she can see the future but all Riley ever wanted was to have a normal life. And then, she gets a vision of her neighbour getting murdered and that happens which makes Riley a suspect of the murder. There comes Nick who is a private investigator and he tries his best to get away from Riley cuz of his new feelings for her from the moment he s 3.9 stars This book is about Riley divorced, she lives in a house with full of elderly people because she has no where to go. her whole family is psychic and she can see the future but all Riley ever wanted was to have a normal life. And then, she gets a vision of her neighbour getting murdered and that happens which makes Riley a suspect of the murder. There comes Nick who is a private investigator and he tries his best to get away from Riley cuz of his new feelings for her from the moment he saw her. He doesnt want to do commitment, he is the wild one, a rule breaker and Riley is the rule follower who has a dream for her future. ⁣ This book was hilarious af, it was so amazing and funny that i couldnt put it down. The whole plot was really good and i liked Riley and Nick. Their banter was so cute and they became really good friends while solving the murder case but eventually fell in love. The side character were like cherry on top cuz each character is different and they are just so funny. This book involves murder and stuff but its not serious at all, its unrealistic as hell but i enjoyed reading this book A LOT, more than i thought i would. However, this book was really detailed and narrated from third POV which i am not a fan of, but other than that i enjoyed reading it There were some parts i just couldnt stop laughing, Nick had commitment phobia and did i mention Riley had to be his fake girlfriend/ fiance for the murder case? Yes!! And whenever someone heard that Nick had a fiance they couldnt just believe and that also landed Nick and Riley in trouble cuz no one believed that Nick finally decided to settle down. 😂😂😂 it was a really cute romcom, MUST READ!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Warning! Book hangover will ensue Riley Thorn This poor girl has been taken to the cleaners by her ex-husband. She is living with a group of elderly people in a rundown mansion/flophouse and working for a soul-sucking company proofreading all day. As if that weren’t bad enough, she hears the inner thoughts of the living and is nagged by the dead to relay messages. Nick Santiago is a sexy PI who has been hired to investigate the murder of Riley’s next-door neighbor. He is the eternal bachelor and Warning! Book hangover will ensue Riley Thorn This poor girl has been taken to the cleaners by her ex-husband. She is living with a group of elderly people in a rundown mansion/flophouse and working for a soul-sucking company proofreading all day. As if that weren’t bad enough, she hears the inner thoughts of the living and is nagged by the dead to relay messages. Nick Santiago is a sexy PI who has been hired to investigate the murder of Riley’s next-door neighbor. He is the eternal bachelor and is happy with the way his life is, aside from the pesky paperwork included with running your own business. When these two pair up things really get interesting. I don't know how to describe it other to say that if you enjoyed Lucy Score's nutty Blue Moon characters and the danger and intrigue of the Sinner & Saint duet then YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS OUT ON THIS FREAKING FANTASTIC READ!!! It reads like an action-packed rom-com that you would watch countless times and always enjoy. The entire storyline is so unexpected, so action-packed, so mind-boggling, so quirky, and so…well…. just so freaking awesome that I started missing them as soon as I read the last word. I need more. There must be more. This cannot be all that Nick and Riley have to share with us.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lynsey A

    My goodness, Lucy Score, can write a very hilarious book. As per normal, she had me rolling with this one. So many fun laugh out loud moments. My husband even commented on it. I was finishing this up in bed last night and just kept giggling. So entertaining. This was definitely a big change from By a Thread. That one was way sexier than this book. I wouldn't go out and say this was Chick Lit but the sexy times were few in this book and the ending left me feeling it was more HFN than HEA. That's n My goodness, Lucy Score, can write a very hilarious book. As per normal, she had me rolling with this one. So many fun laugh out loud moments. My husband even commented on it. I was finishing this up in bed last night and just kept giggling. So entertaining. This was definitely a big change from By a Thread. That one was way sexier than this book. I wouldn't go out and say this was Chick Lit but the sexy times were few in this book and the ending left me feeling it was more HFN than HEA. That's not to say, I don't think they'll make it. They will. I just felt that this one was left open to write more stories with Riley and Nick. Not that I'd mind. I just wanted more in this story. Some Random: ❖ Seriously, this book was hilarious. You should read for the comedy alone. ❖ Not sure why she showed her as "hung up" on the ex-husband in the beginning. It wasn't really like she was hung up on him, meaning I never got the sense she was in love with him still or even ever was, but I felt there was too much focus on the ex-husband and new finacee, making it feel like she still had feelings for him. But she totally didn't. ❖ The mansions residents were so funny! ❖ I want Josie as my friend. Oh and Jasmine too but mostly Josie. ✦“What? You never saw a van of Scientologists stalking a chick before?” Josie yelled out her window at some suspicious pedestrians. ✦“Babe!” she shouted as the next track began. “You are not going to believe how many people I got to shoot at tonight!” ❖ See? Love Josie. So funny. ❖ We need another book just to find out what her middle name is since it's so awful. We have to know. ❖ As we saw more and more of the ex-husband, I had a really hard time understanding what Riley saw in this guy. Why did she marry him? Like I said it didn't even seem like she ever loved the guy? Was it just a plot point to show she refused to use her psychic powers? I mean this guy was a douche canoe of the biggest order. Good lord he wears makeup that makes him look orange!!! (He's a news anchor but still) Reading that you can all imagine how I pictured? Ugh. ❖ Nick was protective of Riley even before he accepted she would be a permanent part of his life and not just a means to helping him solve his case. ❖ This had better be a series of books because we didn't get any "I love you"s to each other. We know they do but neither said it to the other. ❖ So yeah, it felt HFN with an obvious HEA in the future but we better get to see it. ❖ Hence adding it to my "i want more" shelf. We didn't get enough of these two.

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