WANTED: A SITUATION-SHIP
I’m a single female who’s tired of relationships ruining my life. However, there are times when a date would be helpful. If you’re a single man, preferably mid-twenties to late-thirties, and are in a similar situation, we might be a match.
Candidate must be handsome, charming, and willing to pretend to have feelings for me (on a sliding scale, as the event requires). Ability to discuss a wide variety of topics is a plus. Must have your own transportation and a (legal) job.
This will be a symbiotic agreement. In exchange for your time, I will give you mine. Need someone to flirt with you at a football party? Go, team! Want a woman to make you look good in front of your boss? Let me find my heels. Would you love for someone to be obsessed with you in front of your ex? I’m applying my red lipstick now.
If interested, please email me. Time is of the essence.
This book was exactly what I needed: sweet and funny but still real. There’s just enough angst to feel for them but not overshadow the sexy banter and hilarious brothers. Brooke and Moss are so loveable, separately and together. They insist this is fake and nothing could change that, but they both realize that’s far from the truth almost immediately.
They’ve both got baggage that makes it scary to fall for someone, especially a friend they don’t want to lose. But one of the things I loved most is that they’re completely up front about it. There’s no lonely pining or hiding their feelings. They take the leap and it’s adorable. I loved everything about these two but Moss has a bunch of crazy brothers who took this to the next level. This
better be IS the start of a new series and I love that, because the world needs more of the Carmichael Boys. This is an instant favorite and I’ll definitely read it again. I received an ARC from Candi Kane PR in exchange for an honest review.