People told me he was trouble. But that didn’t stop me from craving his filthy promises that make my blood pound for hours. Or having full body shivers whenever he says my name.
This joy ride’s gone too far. Now we’re married—by accident—no less. The town’s most ineligible bachelor is my husband.
Oh, and I’m pregnant.
The last thing I need is a wife…
Especially a high-maintenance one like Olivia Stewart. I’ve got no patience for a demanding, feisty city girl who thinks she can walk into my business and order me around.
But now that I’ve tasted her, I can’t get her out of my mind. She may be a burr in my side but she’s as sweet as honey. When she’s not driving me crazy, she’s driving me wild.
One problem: Some puffed-up rich boy from San Francisco thinks she’s his, and he’ll make my life hell if I don’t give her up.
Good luck with that. I can’t be bought, and I’m not giving up my wife and baby.
He wants a fight? This means war…
I picked this book up because it was free on Kindle Unlimited (I do love me some Kindle Unlimited) and because it’s about a blue collar guy who’s good with his hands (I do love me some blue collar guys who are good with their hands). Sadly, this one was rant-inspiring. Here it goes (takes a deep breath):
Long-story-short: After reading this book, I wanted to knee Gage in the groin and slap Olivia across the face and tell her to find some self-respect.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
This is the Charlie Sheen of books. No amount of rehab will help it. Save yourselves! It’s too late for me...
Other reading suggestions
For a hot story about a guy (a mechanic) who is really good with his hands and NOT a jerkoff, try Marie Meyer’s Live Out Loud. You can check out our review, along with the sample, here.