Hell to the no.
That’s what personal assistant Carly Winston wants to say to her boss when he tasks her with delivering his ring to his flaky fiancée. And again when the annoyingly sexy head of security, Maverick Green, is instructed to accompany her. Not wanting to lose her job, she bites her tongue. Sure, she has no desire to complicate her life with a relationship. But if she can avoid Maverick’s appeal as her next-door neighbor, surely one whirlwind trip with him won’t change anything.
Well aware Carly has made it her life goal to avoid men, Mav Green has fought the temptation to pursue her. Now, he’s been charged with making sure the ring she’s delivering stays safe, and that’s exactly what he’s going to do. Little does he know, fate has a plethora of shenanigans in store for them. A robbery. Drag queens. Battles against nature. Each of their crazy hijinks is wilder than the last, and sparks undeniable chemistry between the pair.
Thrust into a seemingly impossible job, will the time spent with Mav be enough to melt Carly’s icy façade?
I received this book from the author for an honest review.
YES!!! This book was just as great as the first book. It was full of laughs and hilarity while watching these two fall in love.
Carly and Mav were just what I needed to read. I totally related to Carly as a person. The chemistry between her and Mav was full of tension and wanting. Mainly me wanting them to stop fighting and start realizing!! This was a super easy read that was full of humor and tension.
Mav was Mr. Hottie McAlpha who knows Carly is not going to have it but he just can’t stop pushing her which makes for some fun reads. Carly is not going to fall for Mr. McHottie but the more she is trying to fight it and the more plot twists and turns she is slowly realizing she can’t fight this much longer!!
Amabel Daniels lives in Northwest Ohio with her patient husband, three adventurous daughters, and a collection of too many cats and dogs. Although she holds a Master’s degree in Ecology, her true love is finding a good book. When she isn’t spending time outdoors, she’s busy brewing up her next novel, usually as she lets her mind run off with the addictive words of “what if…”