Wednesday, 27 June 2018

REVIEW - Living with Her Ex-Boyfriend (The Loft #2) by Noelle Adams

The Book
Release Date: 10 July 2018
Goodreads Link

Michelle thought she'd found the love of her life, but they ended up fighting all the time. So she broke up with Steve, and now it's time to move on. 

The only problem is she still has to live with him. They're still roommates for a few more months. So he's around all the time--with his hot body and his crooked smile and his infuriating (sexy) attitude. 

She wants to learn to live without him, but he wants to work things out. And the passion and intimacy she shared with him won't go away just because she wants it to.

My Review  4 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This in a way is an extension of book one where we first met Michelle and Steve.  In the previous book both Steve and Michelle were constantly arguing until Michelle put an end to their relationship.

Fast forward a few months and this book starts with them still living together, but with Steve really not understanding that they will not get back together.

Michelle has never really felt like she can be herself and has decided that now is the time to branch out and be who she wants to be and that means leaving Steve behind who is a little old fashioned and is pressuring her for the next step of their relationship.

Michelle was not happy and now free, but living with him, is striving to be the woman she wants to be, trouble is both Steve and Michelle still want each other, lust after each other and still live together in the same apartment.

It is only with the help of friends and self exploration that the couple finally fix what was broken between them and come back together stronger than ever before.

We also get to meet a new character in Brent who will become the new roommate, however Chloe is not happy.

I really enjoyed this book and cannot wait for the next one in the series.

Monday, 25 June 2018

REVIEW - Deja Vu by Sosie Frost

The Book
Release Date: 15 November 2016
Goodreads Link

They say the future is uncertain... 
But what happens if I have no past?  

I don’t remember giving birth. 
I don’t remember my name, my family, or where I come from. 
I don’t remember…anything

The only clue to my past rests in a bundle of blankets swaddled in my arms—a newborn baby girl

With no leads and no family able to find me, the only way I can learn the truth is if I recover my lost memories myself. Fortunately, I have help. 

Detective Shepard Novak, the gorgeous, blue-eyed police officer assigned to my case, is determined to uncover the mystery—and with it, my secrets. But as the days become weeks, the only memories I keep are the ones we’ve made together. 

I shouldn’t feel the way I do for him, and I shouldn’t have let him get this close. But I can’t remember a life before him…and I’m not sure I want to search anymore. 

Is it worth sacrificing my past for a chance at our future?

My Review  4  STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This is certainly a new spin on a well used trope, where the mother wakes up not knowing who she is, let alone the fact that she has just given birth to a child.

We follow Evie's progress as she wakes up in hospital until the day she finally gets back all of her memories and get the happy ever after she deserves.

I guessed very early on exactly who would be her family and the father of the baby, but it was nice to see how the story would pan out and what few memories she got until the big revelation.

Shepard Novak was a great supporting character and he certainly seemed to be the perfect man for Evie, even with his faults.

It was a delight to read a book where it was not the father that was surprised by a baby, but the woman.

Sunday, 24 June 2018

REVIEW - Cupid Mislaid by PG Barker

The Book
Release Date: 23 June 2017
Goodreads Link

Carolyn Cotter, talented big-city ad executive, confuses the house number of her destination with that of a famous music mogul on the same street. Suddenly she finds herself embroiled in a police investigation regarding a missing platinum statue. 

Simon Bergman, an accountant for the music mogul, is pleasantly surprised to meet such a charming young woman at his boss’s party. He is less pleasantly surprised when she dashes off without a farewell. Finding her again, he becomes her ally in seeking out the real culprit. 

Will what they learn about themselves and about life land them in jail, or in love?

My Review  2 STARS
This book just did not do it for me.  It fell completely flat and was a little 2 dimensional but there was promise with the story line of the book, it just was not executed very well.

It very much smacks of a first book ever written by an author, but has not been beta read by anyone and they are certainly learning their craft still.

Certainly not an author i will be reading again, although the cover on the front was pretty and the blurb pulled me in.

Friday, 22 June 2018

REVIEW - The Heartbreaker (Hunter Brothers #3) by Lili Valente

The Book
Release Date: 22 June 2918
Goodreads Link

I've waited years for my drop-dead sexy boss, Tristan Hunter, to notice me as something other than his right-hand gal. But though his dog is deeply in love with me, Tristan and I seem doomed to the friend zone.

Until the night we kiss...

It's all a ruse, of course--our make-out session is for the benefit of the two heartbreakers who dumped us--but very real sparks fly when his lips meet mine.

At least...they're real for me.

She's my employee, one of my best friends, my dog Luke's not-so-secret crush, and totally off-limits.

So why am I suddenly unable to think of anything but Zoey Childers?

Two days into our fake engagement and I'm dying to take her to bed and show her just how real the heat could be between us. But crossing that line wouldn't just be borderline unethical--it could be lethal to our friendship.

Zoey isn't a casual fling kind of girl, and after the way things ended with my ex, I don't trust my instincts when it comes to love.

I should call off this fake engagement before somebody gets hurt, but how to say "no" to something real with Zoey when every bone in my body is dying to say "yes"?

The Heartbreaker is a sexy, swoony STANDALONE romance.

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My Review  5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review** Tristan has just stolen the organ that was beating wildly during the entire book.

It all starts when Zoey and Tristan are at the reception of Rafe and Carrie's wedding when Tristan and Zoey's exes happen to appear, and a freaked out Zoey asks him to hide her from her college bully.

Tristan a bit like Zoey seems to do weird things when he's nervous, otherwise why would he suddenly not only kiss Zoey, but spit out that they are engaged.  However it is only after the kiss that Tristan's eyes open up to the wonderful woman that is Zoey and what he has been missing all these years.

Zoey has a wonderful friend in Violet and Tristan has an amazing supportive family, that helps in on a whim and Kim finally shows her true colours to Tristan, not that he cares any longer.

The epilogue is awesome, have never read an epilogue like it and i was truly glad that Tristan and Zoey get such a happy ending.

Another book to go on the must read again pile from Lili Valente.

Read the rest of the Hunter Brothers!
The Baby Maker
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Audible narrated by Andi Arndt & Sebastian York:

The Troublemaker
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About the Author:
Lili Valente has slept under the stars in Greece, eaten dinner at midnight with French men who couldn’t be trusted to keep their mouths on their food, and walked alone through Munich’s red light district after dark
and lived to tell the tale.
These days you can find her writing in a tent beside the sea, drinking coconut
water and thinking delightfully dirty thoughts.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

REVIEW - The Problem With Him (Opposites Attract #3) by Rachel Higginson

The Book
Release Date: 26 June 2018
Goodreads Link

I’m over men. I’m done with them. 

Or at least the ones that work in my kitchen. Fine, one man in particular. Wyatt Shaw is cocky and condescending and so far out of his element that he doesn’t know which way is up. Or how to run his brand new kitchen all by himself. 

That’s where I come in. Sous chef extraordinaire. Second in command. Bane of his existence. I am the reason Wyatt’s doing so well as the new executive chef of one of our city’s most prestigious restaurants. He has me to thank for his glowing accolades and five-star write-ups. Only if you were to ask him, he’d say I’m his biggest problem. 

Despite his discouragement and bullish behavior, I’ve set two goals for myself. 

The first? I’m going to fight my way to the top of this male-dominated industry and claim my own award-winning kitchen. 

The second? I’m going to do whatever it takes to ignore Wyatt and his rare smiles and the thickening tension that’s started to simmer between us. 

Wyatt Shaw might be Durham’s new shining star. He might be up for a James Beard Award. He might be my new boss and key to my future success, but he’s also in my way. 

So he can keep his smoldering looks and secret kisses. And he can be the one that figures out how to make it through service without getting distracted by me. 

I’m not the problem. The problem is him.

My Review  5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

We have met Wyatt and Kaya in the previous books and i had a feeling from the beginning with their interactions that they were going to get a book and a happy ever after.

As with the previous books we also get to see the other couples feature and other friends and family round out the cast giving us a fuller picture of family and friends.

The chemistry in the kitchen between Wyatt and Kaya is electric, explosive and very combustable.  After years together as coworkers then with the dynamic changed when Wyatt is promoted to Executive chef and Kaya only to Sous Chef.

As with previous book the point of view is from the woman and there is something holding her back initially form excepting that the man could really want her due to past experiences.  However Wyatt shows us more of himself and the passionate man he is and how long he has been waiting for Kaya

I have loved each and every book in this series more and more  and we find out that the next book is about Vann and Dillon.

I seriously love this series and have devoured each and every one of them within a day each.  You cannot help but be completely sucked into the story and the world created around the characters.

I highly recommend this series.

Monday, 18 June 2018

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

The Book
Release Date: 17 July 2017
Goodreads Link

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 first? I'm giving up dating and relationships and men in general. Maybe, possibly, forever.

The second? I'm going to have to try harder to avoid Ezra Baptiste.

If I couldn't hack it in the kiddy pool of dating, I certainly can't swim in his deep end. He's too successful. Too intense. He's all man when I'm used to nothing but boys pretending to be grownups. He's everything I'm afraid to want and so far out of my league we might as well be different species entirely.

So he'll need to find a different artist to paint his mural. And a different graphic designer to help him with his website. He'll need to find someone else to glare at and flirt with and kiss.

It can't be me.

We're too different.

My Review  5 STARS

This is another book that completely had me suckered into it and unable to put the book down.  It was the slow burn between them.  The haters to lovers.  The journey each one made and them opening up to each other into painful worlds and being there for each other when they needed it the most.

Both Ezra and Molly we met in book one, Molly being Vera's best friend and Ezra being Killian's foster brother and former boss and friend.

I already loved Molly since book one, but in this book you really cannot help yourself from falling for Ezra, in mean seriously he's awesome and a really great catch.

We also see some of Vera and Killian, Wyatt and Vann, Ezra's sister Dillon and Kayla.  The supporting characters really starting to build up and be more of a family.

Both Molly and Ezra open themselves up to each other and Ezra shows us his soft gooey centre.  He's the hard headed business man where he needs to be, the protector and the most awesome boyfriend ever for Molly.

I am really looking forward to reading book three in the series.

REVIEW - The Opposite of You (Opposites Attract #1) by Rachel Higginson

The Book
Release Date: 30 March 2017
Goodreads Link

I’ve sworn off men.

All men.

Famous last words, right? You’re expecting some epic tale of reluctant love and my dramatic change of heart? Well, you’re not going to get it.

I’m stubborn. And headstrong. And I’ve just survived the worst three years of my life. After escaping an abusive boyfriend to live in hostels and cheap hotels while I worked my way across Europe, I’ve come to two conclusions.

The first? Now that I’m back home, I’m going to squander my expensive culinary degree on a food truck that caters to the late night drunk crowd.

The second? I’m going to prove to the bastard across the plaza that my street food is better than his fussy five course monstrosities.

Killian Quinn might be Food and Wine’s Chef to Watch Out For. He might have a Michelin Star. He might have every food critic in the city wrapped around his too-large fingers. But he’s also pretentious and unbearably arrogant and the very opposite of me.

So he can keep his unsolicited advice and his late night visits and his cocky smiles. I want none of it. Or him.

I want the opposite.

My Review  5 STARS
Holy crappola, this book was epic!!

Seriously i started this book in the evening and could not put it down until 3am, knowing that i had to get up at 7am in order to look after my kids.  I had to grudgingly put it down too.

Killian and Vera burnt up the pages, Killian with his strong constant push into Vera life and Vera with her constant struggle with her past and acceptance that Killian was not like her ex-boyfriend Derek who had shattered her and make her second guess everything about herself.

Vera has a very supportive father and a wonderful brother Vann and an awesome best friend Molly, all of which help her with her idea of a food van.

Killian and Vera kept tension high, lust leaping off the pages and strength in believing that as a couple they can be stronger and do something together as well as build each other up.  Not that Killian was not already sure of himself as a head chef in a renowned local restaurant.

I practically kept this book in my hands until if was finished as it just consumed me and i just couldn't wait to see what happened next.  I was almost upset when i finished, but just felt happy that i knew that there was another book after.

An awesome read.

Saturday, 16 June 2018

REVIEW - Digging a Hole (OHellNo #3) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

The Book
Release Date:19 June 2018
Goodreads Link

From New York Times Bestseller, Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, Comes Book Three of the Ohellno Series, DIGGING A HOLE.


My name is Sydney Lucas. I am smart, deathly shy, and one-hundred percent determined to make my own way in the world. Which is why I jumped at the chance to intern for Mr. Nick Brooks despite his reputation. After ten failed interviews at other companies, he was the only one offering. Plus, everyone says he knows his stuff and surely a man as stunningly handsome as him can’t be “the devil incarnate,” right? Wrong. 

Oh…that man. That freakin’ man has got to go! I’ve been on the job one week, and he’s insulted my mother, wardrobe shamed me, and managed to make me cry. Twice. Underneath that stone-cold, beautiful face is the evilest human being ever. 
But I’m not going to quit. Oh no. For once in my life, I’ve got to make a stand. Only every time I open my mouth, I can’t quite seem to muster the courage. Perhaps my revenge needs to come in another form: destroying him quietly. 

Because I’ve got a secret. I’m not really just an intern, and Sydney Lucas isn’t my real name.

My Review 5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

Although this book 'could' be read as a stand alone, i would recommend that you should at least read book two before this one as there is a theme running between the two that would help you understand this one better.

Georgie is the youngest of the Walton's and she is also the shyest and quietest of them all and struggles in crowds and with talking to strangers.  Wanting to prove to her family she can help she poses as Sydney Lucas and gets a job as a paid intern in order to learn some of the business, however she does not count on how nasty her boss Nick Brooks really is.

Nick is not quite the man that he seems and is also hiding a secret, but the story keeps changing, so you never know quite who is good and who is bad, except for Chester Walton.

However it is only under Nick Brooks that Georgie manages to find her voice and become who she wants to be, and in the meantime using her smart mind to help get the family out of a tricky situation, her dad jailed and in the mean time fight for what she wants.

We also get a little taste of who the next book will be about, Mitch and Abi and i can't even imagine the spin and turns that the author will gives us for them to get a happy ever after.
I really liked this book.

Friday, 15 June 2018

REVIEW - Last of the Summer Vines by Romy Sommer

The Book
Release Date: 29 June 2018
Goodreads Link

Love grows where you least expect to find it…
When ambitious workaholic Sarah Wells discovers she has inherited her estranged father’s vineyard near Montalcino in Tuscany, the last thing she wants is to take time away from her busy schedule to sort out a crumbling mess of a palazzo. But, of course, life never runs runs smoothly and when she makes a rare error, her bosses decide a holiday is just what she needs.
When Sarah arrives in Italy, she learns that she is not her father’s sole heir. In fact, she only has a partial stake in Castello di Sant’ Angelo because of a loophole in Italian law. Her father has left the vineyard instead to his business partner, the gorgeous Tomasso Di Biassi – and Tomasso doesn’t want to sell.
At first, Sarah wants the deal done as quickly as possible so she can get back to her life in London, but it seems Italy has other plans for her. Under the warmth of the Tuscan sun, with a glass or two of the local vino rosso, and brooding Tomasso challenging her all the way , Sarah starts to realise that that there might just be something to la dolce vita
My Review  5 STARS
**My thanks to Harper Collins UK, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

I seriously loved this book.  The author either did serious amounts of research or she knows about the wine making process along with Tuscany and its local foods.  I really felt like i was learning about wines while i read this book!

This author really knows how to weave a tale together in a way that really sucks you in, making you invested in the characters and the people around them.

Londoner Sarah Wells has to go to her late father's estate to pack up his belonging only to find that he has left everything to his business partner, then finding with Italian law that she can inherit half.

When she finally meets the business partner she finds it is the boy that she was in love with all those years ago when she used to spend her summers at her father's estate.

After reading this book i have a serious case of wanting to travel to Tuscany to feel the heat on my skin and experience the flavours of the local food.

This is an epic holiday read and a book not to be missed.

Monday, 11 June 2018

REVIEW - Her Super-Secret Rebound Boyfriend Kerri Carpenter

The Book
Release Date: 11 June 2018
Goodreads Link

It wasn’t shy librarian Lola McBride's idea to crash someone else’s high school reunion. Her best friend made her do it, insisting that having a little fun with a super-hot rebound would make her forget about her recent breakup. That’s when she meets the hottest guy she’s ever seen.

Architect Luke Erickson had no idea attending his ten-year reunion would turn out to be so fun. He catches the sexy brunette in a lie, and he counters with a proposal—He’ll keep her secret if she helps get his family off his back by pretending to be his girlfriend at an upcoming family reunion.

From one reunion to another, Lola and Luke are suddenly spending a lot of time together. Good thing they're only pretending, or this super-secret relationship could get really complicated.

My Review  4 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing LLC, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This was a sweet book that is perfect to read on your holidays and leaves you with a HEA.

Lola crashes a 10 year reunion with her best friend in order to help her get over her new break-up, however after Luke called her out on it, they forge a friendly alliance, however Lola does not like lying and Luke does not like relationships.

What starts as friendly however soon evolves into me confusing Luke a little and Lola does not realise she is falling for him until her friend points it out.

There is fun, angst and emotion in this book as well as Luke acting like an idiot, however he does manage to recover enough to give us the happy ever after we want.

A cute little read.

Friday, 8 June 2018

REVIEW - Only With You (Man Enough #4) by Nicole McLaughlin

The Book
Release Date: 5 June 2018
Goodreads Link

The men in Nicole McLaughlin’s Man Enough series are tough Alphas devoted to serving their country and the women who love them.
National Guardsman Aiden King has been attracted to Hannah Walters for a while, but he never made a move because of her close relationship with his best friend. But when circumstances change, Aiden is surprised when his friend gives his blessing. Problem is, there’s a reason he’s still alone after all these years, and as much as he wants her, that secret keeps him from acting on his desires.
Hannah has finally decided to wait for the kind of love you read about in books and see in movies. After her failed engagement, Aiden’s unassuming support has become a touchstone for Hannah. It soon becomes apparent that he may be exactly the kind of man she’s been looking for. But the closer they become, the more he keeps her at arm’s length.
When Aiden suggests a road trip to take Hannah’s mind off her troubles, the two of them go on a journey neither one expected. She just hopes that the final destination is them together for good.
My Review  4 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and St Martins Press for an honest review**

Talk about good guys. Jase’s fellow National Guardsman and close friend was like a unicorn of men: kind, quiet, gentlemanly… he was handsome— in that bearded wilderness-man kind of way. He was also big and buff and could probably pick her up with his pinkie finger. As big as he was, did that mean . . . And just like that her mind went to a naughty place.

This is a book that can be read as a stand alone, however its alway nicer to read the full series to get a much fuller idea of the characters you are reading about.

Hannah has been in previous books and in the previous one she found her best friend and her sister got together and she got engaged and broke it off two months later.  Now she is on a voyage of discovery to find out who she is with a man embargo, however one of Jaces friends Aiden also stirs her fancy.

Aiden is the quiet gentleman, however he has had a disturbed past.  A young teenage mother that left him with his grandparents when he was young along with another harrowing experience that has left lasting affects on him.

Hannah is a stubborn woman and goes for what she wants and after a short time she realises that it is Aiden that she wants.  She just has to coax out his words and emotions.  However after a painful road trip it is only time apart that gives them the ammunition they need to try the relationship for real and to both go for what they want.

This book had me in tears a few times and could be a trigger with some in regards to sexual abuse.

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

REVIEW - Should've Been You (Man Enough #3) by Nicole McLaughlin

The Book
Release Date: 30 January 2018
Goodreads Link

Childhood neighbors get a chance at love in Should’ve Been You, an achingly romantic novella in Nicole McLaughlin’s Man Enough series!

National Guardsman Jase Beckford wants to live a quiet life raising cattle and taking care of his mother. His childhood friend and neighbor Hannah is still his best friend, but when he walks into the Walters house one morning and sees her twin sister Becca for the first time in five years, he wonders if he missed out on something special.

Becca Walters has nursed a secret crush on Jase since childhood, but he always preferred Hannah, so she buried her feelings assuming her sister and Jase would one day turn their flirtation into a real relationship. And this Christmas, she is anticipating a proposal of her own, so Jase’s reappearance in her life doesn’t mean anything. Much. Okay, maybe more than Becca would like to admit.

However, when Becca’s sister gets engaged to someone who’s not Jase, Becca and Jase find themselves spending more together. And when secrets are revealed, suddenly those dormant feelings come back to life; but is the possibility of something between them worth risking the happiness of everyone they love?

My Review  4 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and St Martins Press for an honest review**

I was just thinking that if you’d been my middle-school teacher, I would not have been able to focus… All men— no matter their age—can appreciate a beautiful woman. Even teachers are fair game for the spank bank.

This novella was a fun read and is mainly about friends finding themselves in a situation in which they finally feel able to say they had a crush on each other, but due to a petty sister, thought that the other did not really like them at all.

I really liked Becca, but i though that Jace was a bit of a wet blanket when it came to Hannah and it is only with her getting engaged does he finally, really, move on with his life without her as his 'significant' other.

The story flows well and can be read quite quickly and can certainly be read as a stand alone book as i have not read any of the previous books.

Sunday, 3 June 2018

REVIEW - The Lawyer's Pregnancy Takeover (Destiny's Child #2)

The Book
Release Date: 7 November 2017
Goodreads Link

Personal assistant Jane Smithers is no stranger to over-the-top drama. With a hysterical socialite mother, an immature boss posing as bank CEO, and twin models hailing from Russia as her best friends, the last thing she needs is another complication … in the form of an unplanned pregnancy.

Hard logic and straight-on facts rule the existence of filthy rich corporate lawyer Michael Rinaldi. Drama? He’ll squelch it under the toe of his bespoke Italian leather shoes without a second thought. Until he crosses paths with Jane, that is. 

He isn’t her baby’s father. She isn’t in the market for one, either. But unforeseen circumstances followed by a tabloid frenzy set them on a completely unexpected path. Michael is all in. Jane just wants some peace, as well as this super-hot but too-tenacious bloke out of her life. Will it be possible for these two to find a compromise in this fairly hostile pregnancy takeover? And maybe, just maybe, find love, too?

Warning: Contains overblown high society hijinks, a super-Alpha hero who takes no prisoners, and a supposed damsel in distress who knows how to hide her game!

Note: First published in October 2014 as Storms in a Shot Glass.

My Review  4 STARS
Wow, The main man in this book seriously had me drooling at the alpha male who stood up for a stranger when he did not need to.  The is wealthy, protects his mother, a good work ethic and then puts his affairs on hold at times to look after a virtual stranger.

Jane is a very smart woman, but she does not believe in herself and is much more likely to look out for others and help them than she is herself.

After a shock announcement from her gynaecologist it is a chance meeting of her bosses estranged son that changes both of their futures in ways that they never would have expected.

There is humour, wit and endless moments where Michael stands up for Jane and is there for her when others are unable to be there.  He stays true to her and what she wants.

I really liked this authors writing and will certainly be looking at seeing what she has written.

Saturday, 2 June 2018

REVIEW - Speakeasy (True North #5) by Sarina Bowen

The Book
Release Date: 29 May 2018
Goodreads Link

Sometimes you fall for Mr. Right. And sometimes for Mr. Right Now…
Did you hear the one about the girl who walks into a bar and catches her live-in lover kissing someone else? No? You’re the only one in town who missed it. 
Luckily Alec is there to wrap me up in strong arms and carry me out the door before things get too ugly. And that’s not all Alec is good at. Our unexpected chemistry makes him the perfect rebound guy. 
I should know better than to hook up with my rival’s little sister, but the fiery look in May’s eyes really turns my crank. She needs cheering up, and I’m just the guy for the job. 
It’s not like I’ll fall in love. Not even after a string of scorching hot trysts, and the realization that we’re good at the same things: wild nights and familial disappointment. I don’t do love, never have, never will. So this is the perfect arrangement, for both of us. 
Nobody would approve, but nobody has to know…


My Review  5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

Another brilliant book in the series that had me absolutely loving Alec and glad that May finally managed to get a special someone that is there for her and made her feel special and wanted.

With her books highlighting the best of Vermont it is no wonder that i have imaginings of going to visit and seeing the beauty of it myself, the craft beer, excellent food and the people.  However the story focuses on a topic that is hard for some. Alcoholism and the struggle of those who are addicts and have come out the other side, and where everyday is a battle.

Alec shows amazing support right from the beginning and it is only when May begins to believe in herself and her choices that things take a much happier turn for her.

Alec has not had it easy, but he works hard for what he wants and he has a wonderful, vibrant personality, with a confidence thetas not smug, but he too has his issues, but working together, both May and Alec get their happy ever after and i could not be happier.

Really hope that we get more books in this series.