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- Print Length: 367 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1536897450
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LQMZS2A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,574 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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He comes home from being away to see his face on a flyer for a charity event that he never agreed to. And his first stop was to go see Ava. Who had no clue he never agreed. After they discover some meddling from their sibling the strike a deal. She needs to supply him with a receptionist for the shop that will stick around until at least the event and he will be her headliner. Easy enough right.
Not when the boss is a surly son of a bitch who wants nothing to do with the event to begin with. But Ava is not one to give in so she takes the job herself and commence fireworks. These two rub each other the wrong way daily. But a few dramatic things take place and the matchmaking of the O'Rouke brother and these two start to realize they are more alike then they think. So they draw a truce.
But of course every truce has a snag somewhere along the line and this one is no exception. A misunderstanding here and a chivlrious gesture there and you hit a snag.
The banter between these two are just amazing and the chemistry as I said combustible. I liked the storyline and loved the secondary characters as much as the main ones. Can't wait to see how the rest of the brothers come crashing to their knees.
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The connection between Ava and Jameson was evident from the beginning despite them constantly clashing with each other. At first they were like oil and water but the more time they spent with each other the more alike they were.
Jameson is a hard headed no nonsense guy. He's raised his brothers and while they are all adults now he's is still trying to keep them together despite their chance to spread their wings.
Ava is in a similar position. She and her sister are all the family they have left. She values this and has a soft spot for Jamie because of this. She's also feisty, smart and doesn't take Jameson's b.s.
The author does a good job bringing a little drama into the book. It was enough to keep their story interesting and the reader anxious to keep reading.
We're also introduced to his brother's who I'm hopeful that they'll get a story of their own.
Ava suddenly found herself needing Jameson to headline her annual charity gala that raises funds for a cause near and dear to her heart. She had judged Jameson wrong when she blocked him with the city council which came back to bite her in the rear in a big way as it soon became evident he could hold a mean grudge.
In fact, judging people wrong was a huge theme of this book as Jameson was a bit judgemental his own self. I still really like Jameson, but I was a bit disappointed that his sheer jerkishness lasted for so very long. As for Ava, she showed she wasn’t the brightest bulb on more than one occasion.
Although I enjoyed the book and the sweetness of getting a front row seat to these two haters falling for each other, I wanted more of the grit I’ve come to expect in Ms. James’ books. There was a tiny bit of suspense but it was dealt with in such an easy peasy way I was disappointed. It’s good I had Jameson’s hot as Hades and very amusing brothers to soothe my action craving soul. Let’s face it, potential super hot and tatted alpha-hole book boyfriends are almost as calming as chocolate chip cookie dough. I’m looking forward to reading their stories, and am crossing my fingers for some gritty action to offset the sweet.
And this one there was so much picking back and forth for so much of the book that it was kind of hard to really like any of the characters for awhile. I don't know. For your average spank bank book it wasn't bad. It wasn't as deep as I know she can get though and the rest of the brothers are setting up to be the stereotype heroes. So I guess I'll and see how this pans out.