Hotshot sports editor Cole Sharpe has been freelancing for Oxford magazine for years, so when he hears about a staff position opening up, he figures that he's got the inside track. Then his boss drops a bombshell: Cole has competition. Female competition, in the form of a fresh-faced tomboy who can hang with the dudes and write circles around them, too.
Penelope Pope knows all too well that she comes off as just one of the guys. Since she's learned that wanting more usually leads to disappointment, Penelope is resigned to sitting on the sidelines when it comes to love. So why does Cole make her want to get back in the game? The man is as arrogant as he is handsome. He probably sees her as nothing more than a barrier to his dream job. But when an unexpected kiss turns into a night of irresistible passion, Penelope has to figure out whether they're just fooling around or starting something real.
Contains mature themes.
©2015 Lauren LeDonne (P)2015 Tantor
"Irresistibly Yours has it all: fun banter, hot chemistry, and a couple that you just can't help but want to be together!" (Marquita Valentine, author of Love so Hot)
I've never left a review before but this book wasn't that good to me. I am a traditional romance lover so I love all the sappy and cheesy moment but the story wasn't written well. It didn't really flow and I couldn't get into it. There was so much focus on other things outside of the actual relationship. It really didn't do it for me. The narration really didn't help the story. I liked that their was duel POV but it was read by one person. I hate when a female voice tries to play both a man and female. It sounds so weird and I think that's partly why I couldn't get into it. Not worth the credit for me.
Absolutely wonderful book
Loved the interplay between Penelope and Cole. They were mostly honest with each other, traded barbs but also had respect for each others skills. He's a player with women but doesn't come on strong with Penelope. She's not very experienced but she holds her own with Cole.
She does a great job showing Pen's insecurities but keeping her spunky! I also enjoyed how she voiced Bobby, thought she did a great job.
It started at Yankee stadium....
I loved the book when I first read it and loved it just a much listening to it.
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