By Xavier Neal
And apparently a pig parent in a custody battle…
Olivia “Ollie” Steele isn’t expecting to take care of the pet pig her ex boyfriend randomly leaves behind, but when a handsome, green eyed stranger comes by demanding custody, she absolutely refuses to let go of her new pink pal. Never mind that she lives in a downtown city apartment or that she’s not sure if pigs are on the approved pet list. Her stubbornness causes the two of them to start an unusual friendship. Before either has a chance to overthink the many, many reasons why they shouldn’t fall in love, they do.
Can these two opposites make it work or will Ollie end up exactly where she started?
And a pig parent in a custody battle.
I found MUST LOVE HOGS to be a light and enjoyable read, but one I didn’t take a lot of notes on, so this review is going to be short.
Ford is a very likable character, from the first page to the last. I liked Ollie, but at times I felt she acted younger than her thirty years of age, especially when she overreacted to the conflict scene towards the end.
While I did like this story, it’s not without its issues. Some phrases were repeated throughout the story, and it got a bit annoying listening to both Ford and Ollie continuously compare the other to their previous lovers.
MUST LOVE HOGS is told in dual POVs and is the first in a new series by Xavier Neal.
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