- File Size: 5064 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
- Publication Date: December 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0789HD8BP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,153 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Timber (Men at Work Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I couldn't wait to read #Timber I loved Clipped and wanted to know more about Lucy & Magnus. I devoured this book, it was Fun, Flirty, Heartfelt and Sexy AF.
In Timber we meet Lucy, Avery's sister who has her life mapped out between assisting with her Mum who recently had a stroke and looking after her son. There's not a lot of time for her to have fun and let her hair down. After much bantering from Ave, she finally caves and looks through her dating app Timber never really thinking anything will come of it.
That is until a guy by the name of Magnus Andersen messages her but of course It wouldn't be the REAL Magnus Andersen would it?
Magnus is a surprise package wrapped up in a delicious mix of Braun & Brains, and he was so so much more than I expected. Remy Blake do a fantastic job adding in a great level of detail and will have Lucy and Magnus as your new favourite couple.
What follows next is a whole lot of sexy banter, laughs and a whole lot of emotions.
I thoroughly recommend Timber it will give you all the feels, I was hooked from the prologue.
The duo of Remy Blake have a real knack for writing quick, sexy, fun stories. Timber was very well written and had a flawless flow between the points of view of Magnus and Lucy.
Dating apps can sometimes be hotbeds for creepers and weirdos, but every now and then a real connection can be made. This is what happens for Lucy and Magnus. They have both been burned in previous relationships and neither had any intention of using the Timber dating app, but their individual circumstances made it a last ditch effort for them to find what they were looking for (no strings attached sex for Lucy and real companionship and a possible long-term relationship for Magnus).
Magnus is a successful business owner, fitness model, and professional lumberjack. He is handsome, sweet, honest, and awkward, which combine to make him one of the sexiest male characters I have had the pleasure to read about. He endeared himself to me from the beginning.
Lucy is strong, independent, and loyal. She is just trying to take care of her family the best she knows how. With everything going on her life, she gets little to no time to do things for herself. I loved seeing her come into her own more with regards to giving in to her own needs.
The two begin by messaging each other on the app. When they meet, Lucy is surprised that the person she has been communicating with is the real Magnus Andersen, who happens to be her celebrity crush. Their chemistry is instantaneous and so hot.
Although their schedules keep them from seeing each other as much as they would like, they make time to talk or text every day, strengthening their growing bond. Lucy is trying not to get attached to Magnus, while he is doing everything he can to make Lucy change her mind about their sex only deal.
Pick up your copy today to find out if Lucy keeps to her no relationship lifestyle, or if she chooses to join Team Magnus!
This story focuses on Magnus and Lucy. Lucy is a single mom with a few insecurities from a past relationship, but she is an older sister at heart, full of nurturing love for her family, taking care of all of them, self-reliant and reserved, and always focusing on others. Magnus is a good looking, rich guy, but also thoughtful and hard working, He and Lucy share an instant attraction that isn't initially acted on, which I liked. He took time to get to know her, breaking down her walls, and while there is a little instalove at play, it still felt real with all the talking and comfort between them. They seem like a real couple, one that could last.
Overall, I really loved this book! It's not super long, but long enough to describe the characters a little, give readers a taste of the other couple from Clipped, and give you a satisfying read that will make you smile as Magnus works his way into Lucy's life. They're a sweet couple, and while the story focuses on their courtship, that's fine by me since both have good jobs and are busy, and seem to have their lives together other than in the romance department. The writing is good, with a story that flows well, decent editing (a few grammar errors), and loveable characters. I definitely recommend it!