You've met Ben Shaw. Now meet Braydon Kincaid, the devil-may-care male model who nearly stole the show in Working It by New York Times best-selling author Kendall Ryan.
As one of the world's most sought-after male models, Braydon is no stranger to the finer pleasures in life. The last thing he wants to do is limit himself, especially when it comes to women. His best friend, Ben, might've settled down, but Braydon doesn't want to waste his youth on the messy complications of commitment. He wants fun. He wants easy.
Ellie isn't looking for a casual relationship, but her tough and sassy personality instantly attracts Braydon, who proposes a "friends with benefits" arrangement. Unable to resist the powerful pull of the charming bad boy, Ellie eventually relents, though she longs for all-consuming love. As the two spend more time together, Ellie soon realizes that Braydon's posing skills extend off the runway. His carefully crafted façade masks a secret hurt that he's reluctant to share with Ellie, even as they embark on a passionate affair that sends them hurtling toward a fate neither expected. Can Ellie risk her heart while she waits for Braydon to let her in, or will she be forced to demand all or nothing?
©2014 Kendall Ryan (P)2014 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
I will not buy another book by this author. I hated the first book in this series, and I bought this one before I finished the first one. Don't believe the hype 5 star ratings. Ellie was a wining mess. She over thought too much. She died to have Braydon, but when she got him she still wined. I tried to give this book a chance, but Ellie's constant over thinking drove me to stop the audiobook. Their was also little to no chemistry between the two main characters. I can't see what Braydon saw in Ellie. Braydon had no personality. He was more interesting in book one then this one. One last note, I did not get through all of the book but how is it that Ellie (who had a Masters degree in Micobiology) did not pick up Emmy's comment about Braydon's lower body piercing. How could her so called best friend know that? Why wasn't that part of her endless over thinking and wining?
This is Ellie and Braydon's story. Ellie, the sassy and feisty best friend to Emmy, has sworn off men. She certainly hasn't had much luck with her previous relationships, and she isn't just looking for a casual fling. Braydon is Ben's best friend and another hot model, and with Emmy and Ben getting married, Braydon finds himself lusting after the maid of honor, even if they might bicker often. But Braydon doesn't want a relationship. But their chemistry is undeniable, and soon Ellie gives in to the casual relationship Braydon proposes. When one wants more than the other is willing to give, Ellie and Braydon both have to decide what the future holds - is it all or nothing?
This was a cute read. Braydon was sweet and attentive. Ellie was a firecracker. Lots of interesting conflict throughout the book. But, of course, the Epilogue was my favorite part :)
Well i love to read regardless, so i would have to say i like them equally as good
Braydon finally coming to his senses, finally telling Elle how he felt about her, opening up to her...
Elizabeth Louise was amazing.... didn't have too much of Josh Goodman, but the little bit that i heard had me in stitches
It made me happy, I am content with the ending of Ben, Emmy, Elle & Braydon and their beautiful kids.
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