author: Kayt Miller
published: 27 October 2022
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Recently divorced Prudence Coleman has a new life, a new job, and new goals. She’s getting her life on track now that her manipulative mama's boy of an ex-husband is a couple hundred miles away. Her new job working with her best friend is a dream come true. She’s taken up bicycling to get her a** back in shape after letting herself go a little bit. The only problem? A jerk named Nate.
Nate Visch has his life figured out. He owns his own motorcycle shop plus he's got a great family and friends he can count on. Life is good. No complaints. That is until the sassy brunette on the bicycle crashes into his life, literally. When that happens, everything in his seemingly good life is turned upside down. He likes her curves, sure. Who wouldn’t? What he doesn’t like is the fact that he can’t stop thinking about the stubborn woman with terrible taste in tunes.
a few notes
cover notes: eye-catching, sexy
keywords/phrases: divorce, enemies to lovers
mood reading: in the mood for raw storylines with happy endings
bonus points: real-life female characters, the suspense element
❗❗ content warning: domestic/emotional abuse
I would read a cereal box if Kayt Miller wrote it. Her storytelling is, in a word, unparalleled. It is impossible not to get lost in the pages of a Kayt Miller book.
It’s Like Riding a Bike is no different. Prudence and Nate are fantastic characters, two very different people with very different life experiences. They’ve both been through some hard times… heartache, disappointments, uncertainty. When they meet, it’s far from a meet-cute. Instead, they are immediately at odds with one another. I loved how their relationship developed through begrudging friendship.
And I LOVED the suspense element. I was not expecting that aspect, and it was very well done!
book flights & matchmaking
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I decided to matchmake within Kayt’s own books, sharing some of my favorites!