Mature content warning: Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual content.
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try to deny love, the universe has other plans.
Rafael Alvez has pretty much given up on love. Sick of making bad choices and choosing the wrong beds to warm, he decides a life of celibacy is the only way forward. Rafe refuses to trust his deep-set belief that his prince is out there somewhere, made just for him.
Matthew English doesn't have time for a fairy tale.... He has a business to run! One-night stands and online flirting are as far as he's prepared to go. Everyone has needs, and quick, no-strings flings are all that Matthew has time for.
That is until fate steps in.... When their siblings get engaged and Matthew meets Rafe for the first time, everything changes. Across a crowded room, a connection is formed, a spark that's undeniable, and the fairy tale begins....
Everyone deserves a happy ever after.
This is a spinoff of from The Mr. Write Trilogy.
©2015 Cassandra P Lewis (P)2015 Cassandra P Lewis
This story has it all. Rafe and Matthew are sweet, hot, loving and successful. The supporting characters are all lovable as well. The book is long enough that we get to know all the characters really well, but it never drags or feels like it has any unnecessary filler. There's just enough angst to keep the story interesting and realistic.
The only thing I didn't like was when Rosie gave birth at 7 months and the baby was healthy and got to be in the room with her and go home with her. Seven months would be 28 weeks and that is severely premature. The baby would have gone into the NICU and stayed in the hospital for awhile. This was just a small part of the story though and wouldn't probably bother anyone who hasn't been a labor and delivery nurse for over 30 years.
I can't rhapsodize enough over the narration of this book. I have over 300 audio books and I honestly can't remember hearing one done better. When the story had any passion, you could really feel it. Because Joshua sounded like he was crying when the chagrined, I cried right along with them. He did a good job differentiating the characters as well.
This book will probably be in my top ten and be on my re-read list forever.
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