Sabbatical on men. It’s exactly what workaholic Lexi Regan needs after a viral breakup post. Serially unfortunate in the dating game, she’s seen it all. Players, moochers, all-around losers. Triple check. But one sight she can’t unsee is the model—sans clothes—in her unexpected art class. All it takes is one smirk, one hint of a smile from him for her to peg him in the category of men she needs to avoid. So imagine the double-take when she realizes he’s the groomsman opposite her in her cousin’s wedding.
Jack O’Connor has no shortage of admirers. While casual attention can be fun, it’s quality he fears he’ll never find in a woman. Yet when he’s prepared to survive a wedding out of town, he is not ready to face the blushing beauty from the drawing class he’d starred in after losing a bet. Unsure of what to expect from the feisty woman at his side, he’s tempted to learn more about her and hope that first impressions aren’t the only ones that matter…
I purchased this book.
First up…..super funny book. I loved loved loved how quirky Lexi was and how she was going to do her. Period.
Sorry Jack but Lexi was not having it. She was not going to fall for another playboy and she was not going to be broken up again. After her boyfriend dumps her for being a bit on the curvy side she is over men . I felt bad for Lexi because what a dick!! But this is what starts Lexi on her journey of Man hating..LOL
Seriously this was a funny book with me finding myself drawn to the characters. I mean who hasn’t been epically embarrassed before??? Heartbroken? And then have to pick up the pieces and move forward. I though the story was awesome and I can’t wait to read the next book!!
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…”