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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Life’s A Peach is a work of fiction in the romantic comedy, slice of life, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Skylar Senn. Written as the opening book to The Kenways series, this work is a clean read which is accessible to readers of all sensitivity levels. Our central protagonist for this charming and witty tale of love is Peach Kenway, a bank teller who swears off relationships after a bad breakup. Stuck with her parents again and struggling to break free, it’s only when her father assigns her a bodyguard that things get even more frustrating. He is Ames Allerton, and his attitude is about to change everything for Peach.
Author Skylar Senn delivers a delightful culture clash of a rom-com that delivers everything it promises from the offset. Peach and Ames make an odd pairing when they first meet, and the character development is stellar in bringing out their commonalities and showing us how they get to know each other on a deeper level. Fans of emotive drama will find plenty of tension under the surface, and the pull of the heart-strings is well balanced by plenty of amusing situations and witty dialogue that shows off British banter at its best. Setting up nicely for a continuing series of stand-alone reads about the Kenway family, this is an accomplished and concise read perfect for vacations or cozy nights in. Overall, I would highly recommend Life’s A Peach to chick lit and romcom fans everywhere for its irresistible charms.