The Difference Between Us (Opposites Attract, #2) by Rachel Higginson

The Difference Between Us (Opposites Attract, #2)

I'm cursed.At least when it comes to finding Mr. Right.I'm tired of men that only want one night stands or blind dates that are nothing but awkward and uncomfortable. I'm tired of avoiding inappropriate text messages and the constant disappointment of always meeting Mr. Wrong.After all these years of dates that lead nowhere, I can admit that it's me. I'm the problem. I'm shy and picky and cursed. Definitely cursed.So I've decided two things.The f...


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TitleThe Difference Between Us (Opposites Attract, #2)
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Release DateJul 27th, 2017
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary
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Reviews The Difference Between Us (Opposites Attract, #2)

  •  Sonya ♕Chatterbooks book blog♕
    2017-07-22
    I remember the exact moment I fell in love with this series. It was somewhere between being introduced to a sassy heroine that was determined to make it on her own, and a brooding tatted up chef that had an underlying humor you couldn’t help but love. I wanted to be a part of that story so much because these were some of the best characters that I’ve had the pleasure of reading about in a long time and just to be in their circle for only a mi...
  • Natasha is a Book Junkie
    2017-07-25
    “Don’t be fooled by the long game. When you’re serious about a girl, you can’t make your move too quickly. You get her to care about you first, fall for you. Then you take her to bed and show her she can’t live without you.” I’ve been anxiously anticipating this story ever since we met its two lead characters in The Opposite of You, always suspecting that the courtship between two people with absolutely nothing in common would be a...
  • Madeline ❤️ Romance Bibliophile ❤️
    2017-08-14
    ♥♥ 4 Stars ♥♥This is the second of Ms. Higginson's Opposites Attract series, and it doesn't disappoint. Ezra owns multiple fine dining restaurants and doesn't have the time or patience for a relationship. Molly is the designated single friend and is busy working her way up at work. If not for their mutual friends Vera and Killian, they would have never met. But Molly made an impact on Ezra and he's not willing to let her go just yet. Th...
  • Three Chicks
    2017-08-06
    Review by Jen SkewesI could not wait for this book. We first met Molly and Ezra in The Opposite of You and I loved them. I think it was more of the bickering that I loved between the two of them. I wanted to know all there was to know about Ezra and see how these two would end up together. Molly is pretty much done with men and dating. She is tired of the one-night stands and wants what her best friend has. But since her dating record is not a ve...
  • Jennifer
    2017-07-27
    2.25 stars.I was nervous about starting this since I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the first book of the series. In hindsight my zero expectations probably had a lot to do with my enjoyment of The Opposite of You, but I digress. That's all to say I wasn't surprised by any aspect of this story: the readability of Higginson's writing style, the sometimes funny inner monologue or dialogue, or the slow burn romance between the two MCs. Unfortun...
  • Annika
    2018-04-28
    I didn't love this nearly as much as its predecessor.To be fair though, this book was probably doomed from the start, as my expectations were ridiculously high after reading the perfection that was The Opposite of You. It still did pretty well, considering.Most notably, I fell hard for Ezra. Complicated, intense, loyal-to-a-fault Ezra Fucking Baptiste. That name alone deserves to be fawned over. I loved the character growth he goes through, how h...
  • FMABookReviews
    2017-08-06
    ★★★4.5 Stars ★★★ ❝Ezra Baptiste had some kind of magic juju that lured confident, professional women in and turned them into melting piles of goo.❞ My first book by Rachel Higginson was The Five Stages of Falling In Love . That book was heart wrenching and beautiful.  I was a mess after reading it. This author served angst like it was her favorite dish. So when I started reading The Difference Between Us, I sort of expected the...
  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
    2017-08-01
    4 ★'s "You're unexpected and lovely, and something that very much feels like salvation."We got to know both Ezra and Molly in the first book, The Opposite of You, in which they are the best friends of the hero and heroine. Molly is lovely but I wasn't too sure about Ezra. He doesn't have the greatest reputation and comes across quite haughty. He had already been quite rude to Molly and I wasn't sure how Rachel Higginson was going to change that...
  • Kindling Micky
    2017-07-28
    4.5 starsThis series is shaping up to be a favourite contemporary series. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN US delivered on the same quality writing and character development as book one. What I'm enjoying about this series and this book in particular, is that the chemistry is simply bubbling and yet the sexual description isn't front and centre. This was a slow burn and in Ezra's words 'the long game' and I appreciated the gradual development of connection...
  • Sam (AMNReader)
    2018-06-11
    For fans of:Insecure heroines (I don't always think that's a terrible thing)Weird reading audience breaks for humor (I just read this in another book and was ok after I got over it)Strikethrough as a mechanism for conveying hyperbole and sarcasm-talk about pulling me out of the book.Some good humor and a peppy, though unpolished writing style.So, the heroine doesn't have her shit together and the hero does. Cool. The heroine is being sexually har...
  • ♛ Mademoiselle Smut ♛
    2017-07-22
    5 STARS! ❝ Ezra Baptiste was one of the most intolerable men I had ever met. Arrogant, condescending, offensively good looking, he had all the qualities of a human I tried to avoid. ❞ This book was EVERYTHING! I absolutely loved it. This is one of those books you will not want to put down and at the same time you don't want it to end. After plenty of unfortunate dates and men, Molly Maverick has finally decided to to give up on dating. Now sh...
  • Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
    2017-07-29
    4.5 Stars“I tried to save you from this, Molly….I’m tired of failing.”Oh how we loved this book, it was everything we seek in an easy, swoony and romantic story. Rachel Higginson captured our attention and we stayed with her throughout this story captivated by the characters and their slow building, beautiful romance. The writing was fabulous and everything just felt so right and wonderful. We absolutely loved The Difference Between us....
  • Libby Harrison
    2017-07-28
    https://romanticcynicblog.wordpress.c...Beware of Spoilers!Star Ratings:Heroine (Molly): 27yrs old – 3/5Hero (Ezra): mid 30s? – 5/5Plot: 3/5Grovel: noneCheating: noneHEA: yes but no epilogue Triggers: noneAverage score: 3.5/5 Best Line: “He’s used to taking care of people. It’s how he shows love”Worst Line: “He was my boss. Maybe he was being inappropriate and obnoxious, but he was still my boss.”Personal Review:This was an ok rom...
  • Melissa
    2017-07-29
    What an absolute disappointment. After Vera and Killian's story which I adored, I was so eager to get my hands on Molly and Ezra's story. It failed miserably. MISERABLY. I skimmed through most of the book bc it was one internal monologue after another, and another, AND another ad nauseum!!!! I'm willing to bet character dialogue between the 2 mains totals to "maybe" 5 pages in the entire book. There is no chemistry between the two and it's almost...
  • Jacqueline
    2017-08-05
    Another engaging read. I love the slow burn and the restaurant setting. Wasn't so sure about the crossed out text, it kept on yanking me out of my reading bubble.Ezra was a strange one; according to the narrator Molly, he was surly and scary and argumentative, but actually in every scene he was perfectly amenable, sweet and swoony, so that was a bit odd. The end was a bit rushed, I'd like to have seen some resolution with Molly's parents, but not...
  • Paula
    2017-08-04
    I loved Ezra...I absolutely loved this book! This series is the best! I can't get enough of Rachel Higginson's books. I need more please!
  • Jo - *✽*•.★Reading Is My Bliss★.•*✽*
    2017-07-27
    Ezra Baptiste was just so unexpected. I didn't expect to fall for him but just like he does with Molly, he took me by surprise in the most wonderful way. In the first book in this series he came across as quite moody and intolerable so I was really interested in getting to know him more.Ezra is a successful business owner, he has four fine dining restaurants, three of them named after his ex's. One thing he has not been successful at is long term...
  • Jan130
    2018-01-26
    3.5 stars for this sweet and enjoyable CR. I really liked Ezra, the H. He was older, a mature man and an established businessman. He was also known to be be taciturn, gruff and rarely chatted or smiled. The h, Molly, is completely different (as per the book's title!). Younger, less experienced and lacking confidence in herself. She works for a graphic design company, where she is seriously good at her job - an area where she feels very confident ...
  • Lenore Kosinski
    2017-07-24
    https://celebrityreaders.wordpress.co...4.5 stars -- I did receive an earlier copy of this book as a beta, in exchange for my oh-so-amazing opinions, and stellar typo catching (yes, there is some sarcasm there).  But I'm obviously going to write out my honest opinion, b/c I have one of those too (and it's wholeheartedly unbiased).There's a reason Ms. Higginson is one of my favourite authors of all time.  While there may be elements here and the...
  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    2017-07-25
    There's just something about that chemistry you can always get when two people start off on the wrong foot.  It's addictive and keeps me coming back for more.  When Molly first met Ezra they definitely butted heads.  He's a successful restaurant owner and always gets his way so he wasn't prepared for Molly to have a different opinion than him on his online presence and marketing strategy.  Some harsh words were exchanged and they've been pret...
  • Veronika's ReaderFeeder
    2017-07-28
    4.5 - 'Storm clouds' - Starshttp://veronikasreaderfeeder.com/rach...I loved this book so much! It was so good to visit again the word of restaurants and I love these characters so much that I feel like I can't get enough of them. The first part of this series, The Opposite of You is an amazing funny read about a war of two chefs, Vera and Killian. During my read I laughed so much, I constantly swooned over it and I was always hungry (Lol :D). It ...
  • ✶Rachelle✶
    2018-04-15
    3 starsI liked this one okay, but I enjoyed the first book better. Molly was great, but perhaps a little immature for a supposedly twenty-seven year old. ((view spoiler)[I feel like it's a bit naive in today's day and age to believe that it's okay for your boss to get handsy and call you inappropriate pet names because "he's the boss". Granted, this does get addressed much later in the book and the man gets his due, but Molly's blatant naivete wa...
  • Sarah Jane
    2017-07-27
    I'm stuck on how to rate this one because I love Rachel Higginson. I love her writing style, her storylines, her characters... but this one didn't catch me the way others have. I didn't connect with Molly or Ezra, really. The build up of their relationship kind of fell flat for me. Their chemistry didn't leap off the page like Vera and Killian's did. Their email banter was cute and funny. But they went from this awkward business/friendly relation...
  • ~Dawn~TUG
    2017-07-24
    I loved this one...I really loved Ezra. Swoooooooonnnn and the email banter. CHECK please. Another sexual tension filled fun ride. Full review to follow.
  • Lucie Lu's Book Reviews
    2017-07-23
    The Difference Between Us is exactly what I was hoping for with book two in the Opposites Attract Series. I really enjoyed The Opposite of You (book #1), so when the author offered me an ARC of the next book, I jumped at the chance. We first meet Ezra and Molly in The Opposite of You. Molly is the best friend of Vera, the main female character in the book, and Ezra the foster brother/boss of Killian, the main male character. Ezra Baptiste is the ...
  • Sarah - Musings of the Modern Belle
    2017-07-25
    5 Long Game CROWNSWhat I love about this series of standalones is how Rachel Higginson shows real, honest-to-god, releationships. It isn't just fast paced, insta-love or insta-lust. It is the slow seduction of getting to know a person and falling in love with who they are, and I cannot get enough! Ezra!!! What can I say about this man that will even be worthy of his character? He is so kind and chivalrous, even if it comes off as controlling, and...
  •  ⇝LEAH⇜
    2018-07-07
    4.5 Out Of 5 "opposites really do attract" STARSThis is the second book in the Opposites Attract Series and I think I liked this one more than the first one (The Opposite of You).  Apparently, a lot of others felt the opposite of me, though…huh, the irony... For me, Molly was a great heroine, quirky, funny and oh-so insecure, and yeah, she did have a tad to much inner dialogue, but she felt real…and I was hoping she would learn to stand up...
  • Mandy (I Read Indie) Anderson
    2017-07-27
    Ezra Baptiste was one of the most intolerable men I had ever met. Arrogant, condescending, offensively good looking, he had all the qualities of a human I tried to avoid. Not only that, he'd once attacked my professional taste and that was something I would never forgive him for. ***When I read THE OPPOSITE OF YOU and was introduced to Ezra, there was something hard and untouchable about him. For the life of me, I couldn't begin to understand whe...
  • Mandy
    2018-01-21
    I loved Ezra and Molly! This book is told from Molly's POV but so well done that there was no doubt in my mind how Ezra felt about Molly by the end of the book. Ezra is my favorite kind of hero - he comes across as mean, uptight, closed off - but with the right woman, he's so much more and all those little things start to make sense as the book goes on. I liked Molly a lot too, she's kind of lost and feels like she's just playing at being a grown...
  • Bindi Boo
    2017-12-01
    4.25 stars