Review: Screwed by K. M. Neuhold

Cover for Screwed by K. M. Neuhold

Title: Screwed

Author: K. M. Neuhold

Series: Four Bears Construction #4

Pages: 349

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Ollie has a terrible track record with marriages. When he goes to Vegas for his brother’s bachelor party he doesn’t expect to find himself married again, this time to Ren’s friend Daniel, who is anti-love.

I really loved this, especially since it was an accidental marriage story. Ollie was one of the characters I couldn’t wait to see fall in love because if anyone needed love, he did. Ollie is in love with the idea of love and unfortunately his first instinct is to jump into marriage when in a relationship, which is why they all failed. Ollie was extremely sweet and caring. I loved how he was always taking care of Daniel and showing him what a relationship can be like. I felt he really grew up in this book because he re-examined his approach to relationships and worked on himself and his self worth. 

Daniel doesn’t believe in love but finds himself quickly getting feelings for Ollie. He is a pro at denying his feelings and always chooses men who he knows he can’t love. I loved seeing Daniel open up and actually start letting his emotions in. Also, I loved how protective he was of Ollie. He didn’t let any of the guys pick on him at all and wasn’t afraid to call them out on their bullshit. Also, I liked that we are seeing an older character go back to school to do what he is actually passionate about. 

These two were just extremely sweet together. I loved how they went from friends to lovers. They both have a lot of trauma from previous relationships that keep them from admitting their feelings right away, but they get there. Ollie and Daniel had great chemistry, but I loved how they took care of each other more. Overall, this was a great story and I loved these two. I also loved seeing Ren and Cole’s wedding, and all the other guys, even though they were being jerks for some of this book. 

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Caulky
  2. Nailed 
  3. Hardwood

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