#Review – Character Flaws by Sierra Hill

Character Flaws

They say you never get a second chance at a first impression. That is, unless you’re my gorgeous temporary neighbor.
My first impression of Theo Crawford was anything but wonderful. He was discourteous, anti-social, and a drunken mess.
My second impression wasn’t much better when he inconsiderately woke me on a Sunday morning.
But by my third impression, my views toward Theo began to soften. Maybe he isn’t as bad as he seems.
And now? Well, let’s just say my defective heart doesn’t care that he’s gay, because I’ve fallen for him.

Wait, what? I’m not gay.
Where the hell did she get that impression?




I receive this book from the author for an honest review.

HILARIOUS!!  This book was a great and ideal read for me who was having heavy personal days!!  This book gave me that quick 5-minute breath away from my troubles!!

Theo and Joey have some great banter and the chemistry was amazing.  I mean I kept laughing and then just wishing for a kiss already!

Joey is a teacher who is not loving her life and career.  When her neighbor has someone move in Joey sighs inwardly that all the good ones are gay except……………………………

Theo moves in with his friend for a few months after a break up.  When he sees Joey he is all for hanging out with her to get to know her in a more “neighborly” way….LOL

There are some miscommunications and misunderstanding since ya know Joey thinks Theo is gay when he is sooooo not!!!   Seriously such great reading fun.

If you have read a Sierra book be ready to see a different style of writing from her!!


Sierra Hill wrote her first full-length romance after a corporate acquisition led her to a stint of unemployment, offering her some quality writing time.

She loves writing about the fictional characters that live in her brain who constantly shout for their own love story to be told.

Sierra resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of twenty years and her long-haired, German Shepherd. She is currently working on her next book.

Thanks for reading and reviewing her books. Keep the passion alive!


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