I like know when I go into a book that the book is part of a duet, unfortunately going into this book I was not aware of that fact, so I was not prepared for a cliffhanger! I don’t mind them, in fact I quite enjoy the wait because it makes the ending that much sweeter. So, know going in that you will not be satisfied and you will be left wanting more.
That said… you are really going to enjoy this book! *taps chin* Now that my rant is over what can I tell you about this book with out giving too much away. Firstly, it’s funny. It’s uncomfortable to read at times. Purposely, I might add. I mean, read the synopsis. It’s also sexy and steam and will get you all hot and mess… <— Pun Intended.
The end will leave you dying for more… but don’t worry, the wait isn’t long.. only 4 weeks… so get ready to dive in and to hold out for the big ending.
My life is a hot mess.
Single, working, and raising two daughters, it’s a miracle I get us up, dressed, and fed every morning. Forget about dating—nobody’s got time for that. Even if love hadn’t left me jaded, I’m not settling for anything less than perfect this time around.
Lucky for me, the perfect man just happens to work in my office. But there’s just one small problem: he’s my boss, and is totally off limits. But hey, if it’s meant to be, it’ll find a way, right?
Then a night out with friends turns into a night in with the walking-talking bad boy cliche of a bartender. It’s just one night. No harm, no foul, right? Except when the hot bartender turns out to be my boss’s trouble-making brother. And he wants more than just one night with me. The more I resist the spark between us, the more I find myself wanting him too. Which puts me in the middle of what could be the biggest sibling rivalry of the century.
Life is messy.
Well, love is even messier.
Emily Goodwin is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of over a dozen of romantic titles. Emily writes the kind of books she likes to read, and is a sucker for a swoon-worthy bad boy and happily ever afters.
She lives in the midwest with her husband and two daughters. When she’s not writing, you can find her riding her horses, hiking, reading, or drinking wine with friends.