Review: Miss Understood by Miranda Elaine & Amie Knight (The Coletrain Twins #2)
Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the authors via Social Butterfly PR.
This book was that bit of happy that I needed on a Monday! Miss Understood is the second novella in the Coletrain Twins series from authors Miranda Elaine and Amie Knight. Originally released under the title of Wild Thing and the pseudonym of Liberty Laine, this new edition has been given a makeover, updating it for its re-release. I never had the opportunity to read this in its original form, so I can't tell you what changes to the story were made, but this new version is certainly worth the read, especially if you happen to be a reader of romantic comedies. This can be read separately from its predecessor, but that was a quick, fun-filled read as well, so why not read Miss Apprehended as well, right?
Tillie Coletrain and Nathan Trent have known each other since they were kids, and their feelings for each other certainly went past friendship over the years, but neither one has done anything about it. That's what happens when you have the reputation that Tillie has and Nate happens to have the complete opposite of it--she's a lawbreaker and he's a lawman. For her own sanity--and refusing to sully his name--Tillie needs to stay on the run. But Nate's ready to capture his most wanted criminal. Her crime? Stealing his heart.
With everything happening in the world right now, reading a lighthearted novella like this is that escape, even if it's only for an hour or so, that rom-com readers like me need. Tillie and Nate's story was that fun mash-up of sex and romance and all the shenanigans in between. I loved that both main characters stood out on their own while also sharing this really strong chemistry between them. There's also a resolution as far as Tillie's relationship with her twin sister, Millie, is concerned, and that definitely made me a happy camper. Like the novella before it, Miss Understood was a good four-starred read.
Read my reviews for the Coletrain Twins series:
Miss Apprehended (book one) - four stars - My Review
Miss Understood (book two) - four stars - My Review (posted above)