There’s no secret that I love this author. Her storytelling, her witty banter, her engaging adorable characters are fantastic, in my opinion. She just does it for me! Once again, she delivered an unputdownable story that sucked me in from the very beginning. If you love romantic comedies as much as I do you don’t want to miss this one. Trust me on this! I enjoyed every single romcom I’ve read by R.S. Grey, but ‘Anything You Can Do’ was my favorite so far. If you’re a fan of enemies to lovers stories, then you will absolutely love this one.
“Roses are red, Daisy is you, I heard you came back, and I did too.”
Daisy, who’s a doctor, returns to her hometown, Hamilton, Texas not only to be close to her mother, but also to start a new job, working under their town’s doctor. Daisy dreams that one day soon he will retire and she will to take over his family practice. She is more than surprised when she finds out that her nemesis is back in town as well. She still hates Lucas, after all, they have been enemies since the day they were born, being in competition with each other since forever. Eleven years apart meant nothing for Daisy, she still hates Lucas’ guts, now more than ever.
Daisy is taken aback by Lucas. He’s not the same arrogant boy who used to piss her off once upon a time. He’s a chiseled, very good-looking doctor who, apparently, is her new colleague and the one she will have to compete against. Daisy is smart, she trusts herself and she’s willing to do anything to have the practice for herself. Their dynamic changes when, under some circumstances, they are forced to spend a total of 24 hours together.
“Lucas’ lips are like a sleeve of Oreos: you know you shouldn’t have them at all, but you can’t stop with just one taste.”
I loved this little gem! Rachel did such a fantastic job with every single aspect of this story. Daisy and Lucas’s story is well written, gripping from start to finish and charming in every single way. The sexiness, sweetness and humor are perfectly blended together and I had a blast reading these characters’ journey to ‘Happily Ever After’. I smiled, grinned and laughed the entire time, so, needless to say, I was more than entertained for a good couple of hours.
The pace was just great for a story with such a premise. Nothing felt rushed and everything progressed naturally. I love enemies to lovers stories and the author did a great job with this aspect. The transition from enemies to lovers was fantastically done and so very delicious. I loved these two as enemies as much as I loved them as lovers. They were simply delightful! Their back and forth, the hilarious banter, everything was done so well. Sure, at times they were infuriating…kind of, but I had such a great time reading their witty interactions.
“He tastes like a guilty pleasure, one that will undoubtedly sour once I’m alone again. We are enemies. Foes. And yet when Lucas takes my waist in his large hands and rolls his hips with mine, I feel like we’re working together to build something. Mutually assured destruction.”
These two were also hot as hell together, the sexual tension between them being off the charts at times. As for the sexy times between them – HOLY HOTNESS. These two were combustible together as much as they were sweeeeet.
Both Daisy and Lucas were well portrayed, endearing, fun and great to read about. I admit, Daisy was a little juvenile at times and maybe “her little war” was OTT a little, but oh well, I didn’t care at all about it since her character was adorable and well written. Lucas was a great, fun and sweet hero who made me swoon multiple times.
“Can you kill someone with a kiss? I think that’s what he’s doing—slaying me with his mouth.”
Overall, this was a very enjoyable read and if you’re looking for a charming romantic comedy, low in angst and drama, with two lovely protagonists, then you don’t want to miss this one!
About the Author
I am a lover of books, chocolate, reality TV, black labs, and cold weather. Seriously, if I had it my way I would be curled up on the couch with all of those things… everyday.
I live in Texas where I spend my free time writing and reading. My favorite authors are Mindy Kaling & Jonathan Safran Foer. I’m a comedy geek and love all things “funny”. Women like Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Mindy Kaling are definitely the biggest inspirations for my writing, though I think my work tends to skew a bit smuttier than theirs.