– new me.
to pack up my life and take the only available job.
the boss from hell. A typical lumberjack, he’s bearded, arrogant and offensive.
He’s everything I despise in a man. I want nothing to do with him or his
flannel clad chest.But, he’s on a mission, intent to change my mind. How far is
he willing to go to prove there’s more depth to him than meets the eye?
steamy, short reads, with insta love/lust and a guaranteed HEA.You can expect double the debauchery in every novella they
When I left my hometown, I had no plans to return. New city – new me.
But when a family emergency brings me back home, I’m forced to pack up my life and take the only available job.
Wesley Steele is the owner of Good Wood Tree Removal Inc. and the boss from hell. A typical lumberjack, he’s bearded, arrogant and offensive. He’s everything I despise in a man. I want nothing to do with him or his flannel clad chest.
But, he’s on a mission, intent to change my mind. How far is he willing to go to prove there’s more depth to him than meets the eye?
I was under the impression that these two main characters didn’t actually know one another. At least this is what I got from the blurb.
Colour me surprised when reading the prologue, they know one another from high school and it was bloody awful to read. I personally do not look back fondly at my school time. So, I get Avery.
Once I overcame my dislike that I felt as if I had been lied to I settled in for the long haul at 28 % mark. Up until then it was very much touch and go.
I’m not the biggest fan of enemies to lovers. But here I did enjoy it. I wouldn’t make reading these kinds of books into a regular occurrence though.
Getting to the story overall it is an enjoyable read. I had a lot of fun reading about Anal Avery and Wes. Their aggravation towards one another is their kind of foreplay.
Avery had a chip on her shoulder from school all thanks to Wes. I mean who gives someone the worse name either because he likes her. Dude you have a funny way of showing her that you like her. Avery ends up working for Wes because he needs a secretary and they become friends. From then on it develops to more
Wes is a dirty, filthy man and a major douche. If you really look beneath the surface then he truly isn’t that bad. He is oblivious to Avery’s feelings and doing something stupid for the right reasons and it being the wrong way still makes it bloody stupid. Just sayin.
He did do some major groveling but I always seem to hold more of a grudge to the Heroes then the heroines in the book.
The author did a good job of making a very likeable book with a lot fun and banter.