What happens when a Bradford with questionable OCD, a temper, and a reputation for making his employees cry falls for the woman who refuses to accept the fact that he's fired her and was - terrifyingly - more of a Bradford than he was?
Well, we can't share that here, because it would be seriously inappropriate, but we're sure that you can see where this is leading - to the altar or a stint in the slammer. Either one is possible when it comes to the Neighbor from Hell Series.
Author's note: This book, along with the rest of the series, is intended to make you smile and let you relax and forget the drama and stress that plague our lives, even if it's just for a little while. This is a drama-free book. My goal is to put a smile on your face, and I hope this book does that.
Excellent narrative, many funny moments as in all R.L Mathewson`s books.
May not be my favourite in the series but I enjoyed it very much either way, so I`m off to the next book in the series.
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This series has been fantastic from beginning to end. Each time bringing new angles and twists so it doesn’t get stale
Was an ok listen, but have preferred other books by this author. The pacing was a little off and could have done with another draft to tighten it up a bit. Maybe it was rushed to publication because the author is popular and there’s customer demand. The constantly changing points of view within the chapter make the writing seem more amateur, but the words and characters are decent so I know the author has talent. Worth a credit if you’re in the mood, but not memorable or one I’d listen to again.