Top positive review
Holy Hotness Batman
Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2020
Standalone though part of a larger series
Told from both POVs
Coworkers to Lovers Romance
I loved this book from start to finish. It was off the charts hot, light on drama and heavy on the hot Irish men!
Shawn is a screenwriter who is asked to work with Lexi, a novelist, on bringing her recent triller to the big screen. To say these two bump heads in a business sense is putting it mildly but when frustration bubbles over they work it out between the sheets.
Shawn is an alpha through and through and even brings ropes into the mix at one point but the only place Lexi submits is in the bedroom. Their rules are simple, it’s just coworkers with benefits, nothing more. When their work is done, so are they. Only those things usually never go as planned.
For two people who are amazing with words what they lack is communication when it comes to their feelings and when it’s time for Lexi to go home he lets her, refusing to believe he is in love with her. Boys are dumb. Lol
The only thing that never really comes out is why Shawn is so anti relationships. His first words before they do it the first time were “I’m not going to marry you” so I was expecting to hear he has been burned in the past or something but it was never addressed.
Either way, I loved the book and can’t wait for the next one. This is one of my favorite series of all times. Keep them coming!