If he wants a job when he finishes grad school, Tanner Brown needs to get a foot in the door. But when he arrives at the country’s largest statistics conference to find he has nowhere to stay, he’s not sure it’s worth it. Especially when he realizes his hot faculty crush just witnessed his embarrassment from a front row seat.
Dr. Beckett James is happily focused on his career until one of his former students slides into his line of sight. Tanner is brilliant and engaging, and when he ends up without a room, Beckett has no choice but to offer him a place to stay for the weekend. Even if it means testing his restraint.
When their conference fling turns into an on-campus complication, Tanner and Beckett will have to control the variables that threaten to keep them apart or risk losing their chance at a happy ending before it’s even begun.
Review by Twinsie Tenise
Tanner is a student at MacMillan. This weekend he is attending the countries largest statistics conference. Beckett is a professor at the same University. He, too, is in town for the convention. Tanner is having a good run of bad luck and is in quite the predicament. Even though he knows he shouldn’t, Beckett offers Tanner a place to stay for the weekend and let’s just say– the forced proximity and forbidden-ish-ness of it all, had me starting and finishing this one in record time.
These 2 men!!! I swear MM romance has a tendency to stress me out and this book did not disappoint in that aspect one bit. A Foot in the Door was the perfect balance of angst, heat, and romance. I’m addicted to this series. Well, I’m on to Brodys book next and let’s just say, I’ve been looking forward to learning more about him since he was introduced in book 1.
Vinni George has been a lover of romance novels (of all shapes, sizes, and colors) since she first got her hands on one of her grandmother’s Harlequins and has never looked back. She lives in Ohio with her two favorite guys (her husband and son) and, hopefully—one day—a dog. When not writing her own stories, she can be found helping to polish other people’s novels. In her spare time, Vinni dabbles in performance art, quilting, and various culinary pursuits and enjoys traveling.