Sometimes losing is the best thing that can happen to a guy. When a hot, sexy gamer geek obsessed with winning meets his match in a sassy, take-no-crap "cook", sparks fly and a game served spicy begins.
Micah James is tall, excessively handsome, a brilliant success as a top video game programmer, and a jerk of the first order. Used to flashing a smile and a wink to get whatever he wants, Micah knows what he wants right now and it's for the local supermarket deli 'cook' to be his personal chef. What he's not ready for is the battle of wills he'll soon engage in when he meets his match in Nori Blackmon.
Nori Blackmon is sassy, curvy, and determined to make a success of her life - not matter the cost or sacrifice. She has little time for the spoiled, good-looking frat boy demanding she drop everything to come work for him as his personal chef. His arrogance knows no bounds, and his inability to take "no" for an answer rubs her the absolute wrong way.
When their worlds collide, neither is ready for the perfect and powerful chemistry that exists between them or that a love like this can form between two people with such different lives and dreams.
Him & Her is a contemporary love story between a man and woman moving in different directions until fate intervenes to offer them a new one - with each other.
©2015 Michelle Spiva for Wise Mind Media (P)2015 Michells Spiva for Wise Mind Media
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
I read the book a year ago but still bought audio version. It was worth. It. is a shame about the cliff hanger. Claudette needs a good smack .. I hope author gives us book SOON!
I would recommend this sizzling hot book to a friend any day! This book was very unpredictable. I don't want to give it away but this is a great story.
No, I didn't listen to the entire book.
i think my favorite may have been Nori Blackmon
The female narrator attempted to do the male portion of the book in a male voice which detracted from the entire book.
A narrator who didn't try to narrate each part as that particular gender.
If it's a female narrator, she shouldn't attempt to sound like a man. She missed it totally. It would have been better to do the entire book using the female voice and end the male part with "he said. I hated it. This has a good storyline, but the narrator ruined it for me.
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