Jules Montgomery is too busy and content with her life to worry about a man, especially one Nate McKenna. If growing up with four brothers has taught her anything, she knows to stay away from sexy men with tattoos and motorcycles. That goes double if he's your boss. During the one incredible night they shared, he violated the no fraternization policy...among other things, and it won't happen again. Jules won't risk her career for mind-blowing sex, no matter how much her body and her damn heart keep arguing with her. Nate McKenna could give a shit about the no fraternizing policy. He wants Jules and he'll have her.
The rules could bend around them, or be damned. He's not a man to be taken lightly, and Jules Montgomery is about to find out just how he responds to being pushed aside after the best night of sex he's ever had. She can fight all she wants, but he'll have her in his bed in the end. Fight With Me is the second novel in the With Me In Seattle Series.
©2013 Kristen Proby (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
This one was a wee bit better than the first in the series, but the author is lacking in development of the story line. As a listener or a reader, I just wasn't drawn into the lives of these two characters. It's sad, because the story line has the capability of being quite good if written better. So, no. I wouldn't recommend. The narrator is inconsistent in her reading. She sounds child like often times. Worse in the first book than this one.
I am a lover of books. I enjoy losing myself in a fabulous romance and great story plot.
This is the 1st book in the series that I read, and it was an interesting little romp of a book (I know, I know I probably shouldn't have got out of the sequence, but it really could have been a stand alone book).
In order to enjoy this book, the first thing I had to get over or ADAPT to is the absolute perfection of everyone in this group of friends/family!!
Jules Montgomery is a confident, gorgeous, blonde bombshell who works at a firm and is good at what she does (which I was never exactly clear about what it was she did, but ok, she was good at her job…lol). But that's not all, she has been on the centerfold for Playboy not once, twice, but three times!--And, having grown up with 4 overprotective brothers who are all at the top of the gene pool themselves (since one is a Navy SEAL, another a professional football player--oops forgot what the other two guys do, but they're perfect too), it's odd that she hasn't brought a boyfriend home to meet them (for fear of their overprotective reaction), but yet well, she's been a playboy bunny.--What the??? And, we can't leave out her BFF with model good looks and a super star Hollywood producer of a husband who is of course…perfect and gorgeous. [get the theme???}
Adding to this bombshell's glory, she's also into fashion with her Jimmy Choo shoes, designer clothes, and fabulous lexus, but she can also throw down in the ring with her man and physically challenge him with her cross-fit, super toned, strong upper body strength….
AND, just who is this man she can throw down and love on, with just the same intensity????--None other than her boss, Nate McKenna, who is not only a partner in the firm she works at (which I have no idea what the firm is, what they do, or specialize in???), but he is a previous UFC fighter and works out hard almost everyday of the week. He owns an MC, beautiful homes, luxury vehicles, and a sleeve of hot tattoos, but the biggest surprise is a piercing on a naughty place on his body.
SOOOOO, if you can get past all of the perfection of the two leads, then you can believe the plot which centers around the no fraternization policy at their firm which makes their romance a little bit of forbidden fruit. And, you can enjoy one hot, combustible relationship that is pretty smooth sailing with A LOT---let me emphasize A LOT OF SEX, sweet moments and an pretty fab HEA. Don't get me wrong, this couple does go through a few rough spots, but nothing too angst-filled or overdramatic. The issues get cleared up pretty quickly. And, this book is a good one for an easy, sexy comfortable read.
Narrator: Jennifer Mack did a great job..I enjoyed her narration.
Love books. Can get lost in them and spend hours there.
Love this book. Held my attention and I couldn't stop until the end. Worth buying
The truth is I read the first in the series and the ordered several of the others. I unfortunately felt as if I was reading the first book all over again but change the name and occupations. This book had less storyline and more sex, which is not a bad thing but there is no build up and it becomes repetitive and sadly somewhat boring. I'm on book three and they all say the same dialog! You could do well..sadly to
to buy book 1 enjoy it and move on. Sorry
read one and leave the rest! Sorry..
I'm not sure .
She was great..but not for all the books it did not help when the book felt like a replay of the first.
I'm rating after the entire series ... loved everyone except Meg ... loved loved loved the family time ... and drunken girls nights! this is a must series for anyone looking for a good listen ... steamy hot sex scenes, great banter and the HEA!
I love Kristen Proby's stories (especially this one) but prefer to read than listen to this flat voice. The is the 2nd one I tried. Can't get through it with this voice. Sorry
I read this book and I liked it... I like having audio books for work to have something help pass the time. If I read a book I will purchase the audio book. The narrator did male voices and it was awful! She made the male companion sound like a troll. I had to stop listening to it about 1 chapter in because I couldn't stand it any more.
This book is a lot like some of the movies out there. It's entertaining and serves a purpose, but I mean, it's not good. This is not a literary marvel; there's lots of repetition and it's pretty predictable, but the characters are well done and sometimes you just need to grab that hot chocolate and listen to a mushy romance.
I've officially read the worst book in human history. 50 shades was a masterpiece in comparison and that's saying something. should have titled the book, sex, sex, sex. This book had absolutely no plot, no conflict, nothing!
Narrator Jennifer mack is ok as a female narrator but they needed a male narrator as well because her portrayal of the male in this story is subpar. Could have been a better read instead of listen since her voice ruined it for me. It's hard to get in to the steamy scenes when her voice turns into a "cartoon character" as another listener termed it.
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