I had already read this book before I listened to the audiobook, but I love that I get to experience it in another medium. This book is not what you'd..Show More » expect it to be. Billionaire? Check. Bad boy? Nope. Womanizing arrogant jerk? Not even close. But it will make you laugh and it will make you smile.
This novella is the crossover blend between the first book in the series and the second. I love that is not your typical 1.5 novella with a nauseating..Show More »ly sweet story about the newly happily ever after couple. Max Monroe did a great job blending the storylines of Kline and Georgie and Thatch and Cassie. I can't wait to dive into book two now. On top of it being a good story it is so freaking hilarious!!! It's worth the read just for the bonus love story between Walter and Stan!!! I'm still laughing about that!!!
I really like this series; it's a breath of fresh air. I'm all about the romance and hot sex, even if there is always a touch of angst to go with it. ..Show More »I don't mind shedding a few tears when it is broken up with some gut wrenching laughter. If you're bothered by vulgar language, this is not for you but if you take locker room talk in stride, you're going to have a ball.
My only Criticism is Mr. York ' s attempt with female voices; pretty sick. Luckily, there are few attempts in this, otherwise, lovley dual narration. - V from Kansas
I thought the last two books that this secretive writing duo did were just great.. but I think they kept the best for last as Wes and Winnie finally g..Show More »et their own story. And what an enjoyable and entertaining story it was as the Playboy owner of the Mavericks succumbs to love.
Although his best friends Kline and Thatch have found love Wes is quite happy with his bachelor lifestyle of football, foreplay and f...ing - well he was happy until he sees Winnie Winslow - his Teams gorgeous smart sassy new Physician and suddenly Wes can't get the feisty woman out of his mind. But every time they're near each other there are glares, arguements and you could cut the sexual tension with a knife. Winnie is a loving Mom to a high-functioning autistic six year old and has no intentions of getting involved with a workaholic womanizer like Wes Lancaster who could easily disrupt hers and her daughter's very structured lifestyle and he's her Boss. But never say never right? because it doesn't take long for sparks to fly, flames to build and for passion to burn brightly as a hot 'friends with benefits' relationship turns into something much much more.
Winnie has tamed the bear (Wes) who is now charming, sweet and even smiles at employees and he deserves the love of a good woman - so finally, with Winnie and her daughter, he gives and receives the adoration of two special females. However, just as the normally self-assured confident Wes finds love, contentment and happiness by being an important part of a close loving family unit, he suddenly has a crisis of faith in himself. His revelation leaves a very confused and annoyed Winnie to pick up the pieces of shattered dreams, tattered hopes and broken hearts... vowing never to go there again - but, as I said, never say never because Wes finally and thankfully sees the light.. but is it too late for this reformed Playboy?
The mysterious duo of writers have proved themselves over and over again with this enjoyable series by continually giving me 5* addictive rom/com love stories. They have made me laugh out loud with the character's antics, thoughts and deeds, I've cringed, giggled and cheered over the quick-witted easy banter, blushed at the sex scenes hoping no one else can hear, happy sighed at the sweet promises and declarations made, swooned at the passion felt and growled in frustration when someone inevitably messed up. With this book it was also great to catch-up with Georgia and Kline and a hilarious pregnant Cassie and Thatcher as they were all impressively woven into the fun and games. And your heart will melt at the interactions between Wes and Winnie's daughter Lex. Joe and Maxine did a wonderful job at the dual POV narration as usual.
Worth a credit? Yes and I've thoroughly enjoyed getting to know all the characters in this series so it's with a heavy heart I have to say adieu to them.. but I'm eagerly watching and waiting to see who and what comes next from this mighty duo.