- File Size: 4801 KB
- Print Length: 335 pages
- Publisher: Lily Morton (December 22, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 22, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0785BTNX2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,693 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story here picks up with Jude, last seen in Rule Breaker as Dylan’s model roommate, in the afterglow of a casual hookup with Dean. Flaky Dean, who has a few very lonely working brain cells. Everything is good, until the ceiling collapses and the upstairs bathtub comes to rest in the middle of Jude’s apartment. Needing a place to stay, Dean offers up his step brother’s house, telling Jude that he’d make the arrangements. Of course, this never happened, so Jude shows up to find a pink house and finds Asa in that pink house. Asa, the famous actor. And his son, Billy. The house is in slight chaos, Asa has lost his assistant and needs a new one. In exchange of a room, Jude will fill in. If he’s capable. Asa has dealt with models before; his hopes aren’t high. The building of the relationship begins here and slowly builds with every misconception, conversation and interaction. The banter between Jude and Asa has a little snark and is fun to read.
The cast of secondary characters is amazing. Billy is wonderful, at times seeming older than his years. as is Peggy. Amos is such a curmudgeon that he’s a hoot! Dylan and Gabe make an appearance here, and it was wonderful to see them again.
This is book number two in the series. It could be read as a standalone, but you’ll get much more from the story by reading book one first. And actually, you want to do yourself a favor and read it. I loved it and you will too. This author has become an auto buy for me, she is that good.
The other main character, Jude is surprised when his ceiling collapses from an overfilled tub in the upstairs apartment. It was noted, in descriptive, colorful fashion that his current bed partner / not boyfriend, although gorgeous and kind, possessed "workable brain cells...that are quite lonely". I could absolutely picture Dean gazing at himself in the mirror.
When Dean suggests that Jude move in with his brother Asa for the summer and replace his PA, the fun begins! Even thinking about it makes me laugh again and I had to walk away because my stomach hurt.
Jude had no idea that Dean's brother was a famous actor and Asa bases his impression of Jude on the fact that Dean is 'vacant', therefore Jude must be as well. When Asa told Jude that clearly, his "brain couldn't work very long without jumpstarting itself', I thought I'd lose it. I had to stop reading to breathe because I found myself laughing out loud and I'm a serious person.
If you do anything for yourself - pure enjoyment - read this book! You will not be disappointed! It's descriptive and fun yet gives you shivers between the spurts of laughter.
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“My Jude. My best friend, my lover and my heart.”
This book made me swoon! And I don't friggin swoon!!!Read more