Review: Love, Sincerely, Yours by Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn

Author collaborations can be tricky I think. Sometimes I really love the final product and other times there isn’t enough flow and consistency in the writing for me to enjoy the book. Fortunately, in the case of Love, Sincerely, Yours by Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn, the collaboration is a success.

Peyton is quitting her job as the social media manager at Roam Inc when the book opens. She wants to leave the company on good terms because she is hoping her new consulting company can be hired (even though the owner of Roam–aptly named Rome–usually does not hire out projects). Peyton is determined to make her last two weeks at Roam a success though and she will grit her teeth through everything Rome throws at her. Peyton is a tad, totally, unbelievably attracted to Rome (even though he is emotionally closed off and does not seem to share the attraction).

On the night of her thirtieth birthday, one of her friends and coworkers at Roam does something bad (and probably illegal but I was willing to overlook this). She sets up an anonymous email account from the company that Peyton can email Rome with. And unfortunately, a drunken Peyton does just this.

And…. let hijinks ensue. Rome is gobsmacked by the email and is determined to find out who the writer is. To do that, he has to get to know this person a bit more and as they exchange emails, things get flirty. And it is fun and sexy to watch happen to these two.

I know the premise seems a tad ridiculous but honestly, this book worked for me really well. Peyton knows what she is doing is wrong; Rome also knows that by replying he’s not behaving well either but as they get to know each other, the barriers drop. (And fyi, it’s definitely consensual flirting on both their parts.) I enjoyed the combination of their personalities. Peyton is a businesswoman and very good at her job. Rome is equally successful with his company so I appreciated seeing these two savvy minds connect. Unfortunately, Rome is a tad bit more closed off and Peyton has to wiggle her way into his life in a way. But when it works, it works! Rome embraces the boyfriend role full-on and it’s really special.

There is a rather typical “big misunderstanding” at the end that didn’t make me super happy. It seemed rather trite considering all they had been through but fortunately it didn’t mar my enjoyment of the book overall. I’m already excited for the next book in the series, featuring Rome’s sister and best friend. In the meantime though, I am eager to re-read Love, Sincerely, Yours. Sara Ney and Meghan Quinn are a winning writing duo.

 

Dear Mister…**strike out** no, too formal.

Hey there sweet cheeks *strike out* no, too forward.

 

To whom it may concern,

Full disclosure; before we move forward with this email, I would like it to be known that I have consumed an adequate amount of alcoholic beverages to intoxicate myself tonight. Three margaritas, two shots, and one beer—because it was free.

I think it’s important to be open and honest with your co-workers, don’t you?

So here I am, being honest. Drunk but honest. Or just drunk with lust? You decide.

I like you so much it’s clouding my judgment and making me do things I never would sober. Like write this letter.

I have a hopeless, foolish, schoolgirl crush on you when you are the last person on earth I should be falling for. Did you know people around the office call you a sadist? An egomaniac. An insensitive, arrogant prick. Your bark is worse then your bite, and you don’t scare me. The fact is, I’d love that bite of yours to nip at my bare skin while we’re both wearing nothing but sheets.

For once I want you to look at me as more than one of your employees.

And as long as we’re being honest, that navy blue suit you wear? With the crisp white shirt? It really makes me want to loosen your tie and show you who’s boss.

Love,

Sincerely,

Yours.

 

 

 

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I open the company messenger app on my phone and scroll through the executive names, knowing full well I’m about to break a policy. It’s the company’s phone, and the company’s app, and I’m about to use it for personal use. To flirt.

With my boss.

I close my eyes, find his name—next to it is a little, green dot, which means. . .

He’s on the app.

I’ve never talked to him live before so this is a huge step, but then again, it might be more fun to get his initial reactions to my comments.

Debating it for all but two seconds, I type out a message to him, making sure I’m signed on under my LSY persona.

HandsRomingMyBody: Hey you.

My text turns into a new message on the app and I wait on bated breath to see if he will respond. Nerves prickle up my spine, my fingers feeling numb, my mind playing mutiny with my heart just as little dots appear letting me know he’s typing.

Oh God, I don’t think I’ve been more excited.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.

She lives with her husband, children, and her ridiculously large dog.

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Born in New York and raised in Southern California, Meghan has grown into a sassy, peanut butter eating, blonde haired swearing, animal hoarding lady. She is known to bust out and dance if “It’s Raining Men” starts beating through the air and heaven forbid you get a margarita in her, protect your legs because they may be humped.

Once she started commuting for an hour and twenty minutes every day to work for three years, she began to have conversations play in her head, real life, deep male voices and dainty lady coos kind of conversations. Perturbed and confused, she decided to either see a therapist about the hot and steamy voices running through her head or start writing them down. She decided to go with the cheaper option and started writing… enter her first novel, Caught Looking.

Now you can find the spicy, most definitely on the border of lunacy, kind of crazy lady residing in Colorado with the love of her life and her five, furry four legged children, hiking a trail or hiding behind shelves at grocery stores, wondering what kind of lube the nervous stranger will bring home to his wife. Oh and she loves a good boob squeeze!

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Review: Mr. Hotshot CEO by Jackie Lau

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Kwan Sisters #2

Julian Fong is the very successful CEO of Fong Investments. His life revolves around work and making sure that the company remains a success. Julian stepped in when his father had heart trouble and is now running things smoothly. Unfortunately for Julian, his brother, mom and grandmother believe he needs a break. He disagrees but is soon pressed out of the office into some sort of break. He heads to his favorite coffee place where he meets Courtney Kwan. He’s seen her around the coffee shop before but with nothing else taking up his attention, he really notices her. He appreciates the way she seems to truly find contentment in her coffee and relaxing. He wants that for himself.

Courtney is a bit unnerved when Julian approaches with a most unusual proposal: teach him how to relax. He will pay her $5,000 in fact if she helps. And right now, Courtney could use the money. She has a trip planned with her sister to NYC but right now, money is tight for her sister. This money could go a long way to helping with expenses and hopefully, will help in other ways as well. Courtney knows she is facing a long road ahead as another year of depression approaches.

Julian is pleased that Courtney is going to help him find the fun in life. Things start out friendly enough between them but the attraction they have been fighting quickly takes their friendship to something more, very quickly. Courtney is worried. Every five years she battles severe depression and she knows there is no way that Julian will be able to stick it out with her. Julian doesn’t want their relationship to end though and he is ready to help fight Courtney’s battles. But it’s not that easy for either of them. Will they find their footing in this new relationship?

I reviewed Grumpy Fake Boyfriend awhile back and quite enjoyed my experience with Naomi Kwan. I was excited to get to know her sister and how her story would develop. Courtney is a bit more reserved (much like myself) and hasn’t always had the family support she needed as she faces her mental health issues. Her sister has always been there for her though but unfortunately, Courtney doesn’t believe that anyone else will be. Julian is just getting to know Courtney but their relationship is developing quickly. Intimacy on many levels develops throughout the course of the story, both sexually and emotionally as Julian and Courtney share experiences and pieces of their past.

Everyone deals with depression in their own way. I have yet to find two people who handle depression in the exact same way (I am speaking from my own experiences here) so while I could relate to Courtney’s depression, it was also a new experience for me as a reader too. Her experiences felt as authentic as my own though and I appreciated the way Jackie Lau writes about depression. Yes, it is a heavy topic and it can be painful but I like seeing it addressed in romance books too because it doesn’t have to be an unhappy sentence all the time. Some days it is just small struggles and I feel like that was captured very well in this book.

Julian is very sexy and yeah, he kind of falls hard for Courtney. I don’t want to say insta-love but it has that flavor to it. He hasn’t had a lot of relationships either, due to lack of time, but he quickly finds himself content with Courtney and ready for the long haul. His brothers tease him about this and one of the highlights of the story are the interactions between Julian and his two brothers and frankly, Julian and his entirely family. Those scenes made me smile a lot!

Mr. Hotshot CEO showcases Jackie Lau’s range as a writer. It is quite different from the first book in the series but it stands on its own nicely. I connected with Courtney and her struggles resonated with me. This book has some deep layers but it also features plenty of laughter and love too. I also really enjoyed exploring Toronto and Chinatown through the eyes of these characters. I definitely would love to visit this city!

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Review: Fortunate Encounters by Caterina Passarelli

When I first read the blurb for Fortunate Encounters I was intrigued. It sounded amusing and different. And to a degree, it is an amusing story but it gets bogged down in some romance cliches.

Juliette is an English teacher who is perpetually single. She is trying to meet a man she really likes but so far, her recent dates have been duds (one man abandons her completely at a ball game!). The only man she has been truly interested is a man she shouldn’t even know but fate has a way of putting them together. When Juliette sits down at Clark’s table, believing he is her date, well, they are now on a collision course together to find love.

Clark finds Juliette amusing. And he is most definitely attracted to her. But Clark is not interested in relationships of any sort. He proposes a friends with benefits type situation to Juliette and though she is really interested in Clark (and his body!), she also is looking for something more serious.

I liked Juliette. In reading some reviews about this book after I finished, a lot of people were claiming she was rather passive and lacking in character. And maybe she is for some people but for me, I related to her. She is kind of dorky, she loves cardigans (hello, librarian here!), she gets a cat part way through the story, and she doesn’t always say the right thing or have the confidence she needs. But I can relate to all of that in a character so I empathized with her a lot.

Clark was kind of a typical romance hero of late. He isn’t interested in relationships, he sees Juliette as super special (which is not bad, but he also goes on a lot about how other women are kind of airheads, which didn’t endear me to him), and he is super successful. There isn’t a stand out trait about Clark that really elevated him to fully dimensional character for me. This book was all about Juliette ultimately, and how I related to her.

That being said, I liked how they met and how they kept running into each other. I liked their interactions with each other and I did find Clark’s slow fall into love believable.

While I cannot say I am 100% on board for the next book in the Signs series, I will keep my eye out for information about it. This is also the first book I have read by Caterina Passarelli and I liked her writing style and voice enough to investigate her back list. She seems to write in several romance genres so I’m excited to see what else catches my eye.

Fortunate Encounters is a fun way to pass the time. It’s a sexy romance that, while it has its unbelievable moments, ultimately left me pleased.

Today we have the blog tour for FORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS by Caterina Passarelli, a first in the new Signs Series!

Title: FORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS
Series: The Signs Series
Author: Caterina Passarelli
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release: September 20
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About FORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS

Sitting at the wrong table turned my life upside down.

I was supposed to be on a date with one man but made a huge mistake—a mistake I keep bumping into all over New York City.

Clark Chambers is arrogant, straightforward, devastatingly handsome, and takes what he wants. And right now his sight is set on me.

But he only wants friends with benefits. And I’d rather eat dirt than agree to that.

After an “enough is enough” moment, I turn to the Universe for help & ask for a special sign.

And it’s just my luck … looks like rabbits & romance really do mix!

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Former TV News Producer turned Romance author, Caterina Passarelli has always had a love for words. From real-life Detroit crime to fictional love stories around the globe, she hopes to take her readers on a fast-paced adventure.

Caterina is the author of five titles in multiple genres: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense.

When she’s not writing about alpha males and strong, sarcastic women, she is the CEO of an online fitness coaching company.

Caterina is the fur mom to her three-year-old rescue dog, Piper, who she spoils uncontrollably.

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Review: American Asshole by Tara Sue Me

I feel like I am the last romance reader on the planet to read Tara Sue Me. I’ve seen her books before but never actually read one. Well, American Asshole proved to be a great introduction to this author. This is the first book in the Bachelor International series.

When Mia’s mother dies unexpectedly, she passes on a lot of debt to Mia. Debt that unfortunately, Mia had no idea even existed. Mia and her mother ran a matchmaking service. It wasn’t super successful but both women loved their work and were good at their roles, Mia as the matchmaker, her mom as the numbers woman. Well, Mia thought they were good at their jobs. Mia discovers that the only person willing to give her mother a loan (of $250,000 at that!) is Tenor Butler, a very successful owner of the dating agency, Bachelor International. Mia is determined to confront him and figure out what she can do to pay off the loan…slowly.

Tenor has his own wish though. He sets up a plan to get Mia to work for him at Bachelor International. He appreciates her expertise and thinks she will bring a personal touch to the company that is currently lacking. Mia cannot believe that she’s about to accept his job offer but she doesn’t have much choice. Time to work with Tenor and pay down her debt.

I have to say, the title is very misleading. Tenor is far from an asshole. He was pretty dang caring and nice. Sexy for sure! But he was also a really nice guy for the most part. He is conflicted because he is very attracted to Mia but he has a rule against dating coworkers. And given the circumstances of how Mia came to the company, it definitely would not be smart to get involved.

I really liked the instant chemistry that Mia and Tenor have. From the moment these two meet on the pages, I was interested and connected to them. I admit to being surprised that I would respond to Tara Sue Me’s writing this easily but she definitely had me intrigued from the get-go. Mia is really good at her job and it’s a facet of her that Tenor admires. Unfortunately, like most romance novels, there has to be something that drives these two apart.

I do want to give one content warning. Early on in the book when Mia meets a man she knew back in college, she goes out with him at a hotel bar in Atlanta to catch-up. He ends up drinking a lot. When he walks her to her door, he tries really hard to get into her room with her to the point where Mia is scared. Tenor is waiting up to make sure she had made it home safely so she was safe fortunately, but given the things that are being discussed in the media right now regarding sexual assault and women, I think this is a crucial scene to mention. Tara Sue Me gives this scene the value it deserves in regards to Mia and I really appreciate that immediately, Tenor validates what Mia was feeling. No gas lighting on these pages.

The romance is steamy but there is a last-minute melodrama that kind of caused me to roll my eyes. That being said, overall I thoroughly enjoyed American Asshole and I’m ready to dig into Tara Sue Me’s backlist. This is a fun introduction to a series I am quite looking forward to reading more from.

Take a look at the excerpt below if you’re intrigued! American Asshole is available now.

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“I have to be honest, Mia. As much as I’m attracted to you, you and I can never happen.”

I wasn’t sure why I just lied to her. I probably didn’t sound very convincing, because Mia froze for a brief second before she continued eating. She took her time chewing and swallowing her bite of pancake.
“Okay.”
That was all she said. Okay. My proclamation didn’t seem to bother her a bit. I was shocked. I thought she’d push back or argue with me. Anything. But the calm, cool, and collected way she continued to eat her breakfast told me one of two things:
Either she wasn’t attracted to me at all, which implied I’d read her all wrong or…
She thought I was completely filled with horse shit.
I was more inclined to go with the second option. I was, after all, a matchmaker and there was no way possible I could have been that wrong about the signals she was throwing my way the night before.
And if option two was correct, she didn’t believe a word I’d just said. Not that I did either.
I cleared my throat. “Can we at least pretend that I meant what I said?”
She gave me a sultry grin. “You’re the boss.”
That shouldn’t have made me hard. It really shouldn’t have. But damn…
“Did you sleep okay last night?” I asked. Maybe a change of subject would help.
Help what? I didn’t know.
“I did. And if I didn’t say it before, thank you for everything you did.”
“No need to thank me, Mia.”
I wasn’t sure she would thank me if she knew how much I’d enjoyed holding her during the night or how I’d spent a lot of the night battling my erection.
We fell into silence as we finished eating our breakfast. We would start meetings soon and we had plans to continue business through lunch. But tonight I had plans.
Plans that didn’t involve Benjamin. Meetings. Or anything remotely similar to behavior my lawyer would approve of.
Which made me wonder why I even spoke that lie about us never happening. Maybe I should have worded it differently. Much differently.

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About AMERICAN ASSHOLE

He’s a self proclaimed bastard with a double helping of lying asshole.

Mia Matthews never thought much of big shot matchmaker Tenor Butler, but when she finds out he loaned her late business partner a quarter of a million dollars and no one told her, there aren’t enough four letter words to describe him. She’d like nothing more than to pretend Tenor doesn’t exist, but she owes him all that money, not to mention he’s hot as hell.

Tenor doesn’t see why it’s his fault Mia didn’t know about the loan. In fact, he thinks he’s being very magnanimous when he offers to forgive the loan if Mia closes her own matchmaking business and works for him for five years. But as he gets closer to Mia, he realizes two things: 1) he doesn’t want her as an employee and 2) she hates his guts.

When an old flame threatens them both, Mia and Tenor find themselves working together and are unable to ignore their mutual attraction. But it might be too late for these two romance experts to create their own love story.

This is a standalone romance. No cliffhanger.

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Tara Sue Me wrote her first novel at the age of twelve. It would be twenty years before she picked up her pen to write the second.

After completing several clean romances, she decided to try her hand at something spicier and started The Submissive. What began as a writing exercise quickly took on a life of its own. An avid reader of all types of fiction, she soon discovered she enjoyed writing a variety as well.

Tara lives in the Southeastern United States with her family, two dogs, and a cat.

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Review: Life on the Leash by Victoria Schade

Life on the Leash, book coverWhen I saw the cover of this book and read the description, I was immediately intrigued. I have a dog (a Pomeranian named Helga) and dogs have played an important role in my life since I was a kid. So, to say I am partial to a good dog story is putting it mildly. I was immediately hooked into the story though I did have some qualms about it as the story progressed.

Cora owns her own dog training business. She does great work and she is passionate about working with dogs and people to make sure the dog is comfortable. One of the most fun parts of this book is her encounters with her clients (Fran and her dog, Sydney, were one of my favorite parts of the book!) and how she treats each dog individually. You can clearly tell author Victoria Schade knows her dogs!

Cora is about to take a step out of her comfort zone. She is applying to be part of a dog training reality television show. Though she is unsure about it, she knows she has to show people the proper way to lovingly train dogs and NOT the monstrous way that her Russian dog training nemesis prefers. Add in two potential beaus and well, Cora has a lot on her plate.

Unfortunately, this is where one of my qualms sets in. I would not classify this book as a pure romance. It has strong romantic elements (which is just fine, I read plenty of books like this) but Cora gets involved with a guy who is already involved with someone. Charlie is handsome and sexy and is throwing out all kinds of signals Cora’s way. Unfortunately, he is involved and on the verge of proposing to his girlfriend as he tells Cora. This does not stop her from becoming involved with him. There is kissing and groping and well, cheating is not something I am a fan of in my books. I know perhaps it’s a “human” thing, a motivation for character growth but it really made me dislike Cora and Charlie. The other guy on Cora’s horizon, Eli, is sweet and he is fostering a dog that Cora rescued from an owner unable to care for her any longer. He is a nice guy all around. The choice is obvious. And the thing is, Cora knows it to an extent because her best friend and roommate, Maggie, tells her straight up that it is wrong to get involved with Charlie. Cora blames it on her hormones and being horny which was kind of lame to me.

But I did enjoy many elements of this book overall. I really liked getting to know all these doggy personalities and the owners who went with them. I feel like Cora really does stretch her wings when she applies for the reality television show (you’ll have to read to see how that pans out). And there is a nice forgiveness scene between Cora and Eli. It doesn’t absolve Cora completely (in my eyes) of basically being partner to a cheating scenario but I did appreciate that she tries hard to make amends to Eli once she realizes how much she has come to like and admire him.

So, Life on the Leash is a bit of a mixed bag. But an enjoyable one. It reads really quickly. I raced through this book in one afternoon. I loved the elements of Cora’s personality that shine through (when she talks French to dogs, her constant blushing) and I feel like though I got off on the wrong foot with Cora as a character, in the end, I did like the time I spent with her.

Life on the Leash may be a library book for some of you but I think if you enjoy doggy antics and seeing the dog training side of things (which is integrated really nicely by the way) then this book should be added to your to-be-read pile!

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LIFE ON THE LEASH
By Victoria Schade
On sale September 18, 2018!

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Cora Bellamy is a woman who thrives on organization. She’s successfully run her own dog training business for years, perfectly content with her beloved rescue pitbull as the main man in her life. She’s given everything to her business, and her lack of social life (or slobber-free clothes) has been completely worth it.

But all that changes when she meets Charlie Gill, the hottest client she’s ever had. The only problem? Charlie’s taken. Luckily, Cora has a new friend—the sweet, lovably geeky Eli Crawford. More loyal than a retriever, he’s always there to help Cora with her problems, including her love life. That’s why she’s shocked to realize that even as things start heating up with Charlie, there might just be a more-than-friends spark between her and Eli, too.

As Cora’s life gets more tangled up than a dog walker’s leashes—and as she prepares to audition for a dog-training TV show that may irrevocably change her entire life—she has to figure things out before it all goes straight to the dogs.

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Victoria Schade is an author, speaker and dog trainer known for her upbeat approach to living and working with dogs. She’s published two books, “Bonding With Your Dog; A Trainer’s Secrets for Building a Better Relationship” and “Secrets of a Dog Trainer: Positive Problem Solving for a Well-Behaved Dog.” LIFE ON THE LEASH is her first novel.

She’s a frequent resource for the media, including the CBS Early Show, The View, WEtv, and FOX. Victoria has been featured in The Washington Post, Martha Stewart Living, Real Simple Magazine, Reader’s Digest, The Bark, and many dog-specific publications. She currently serves as a pet expert for petMD and PawCulture, writing training and behavior content and appearing in educational videos.

Release Blitz: Fortunate Encounters by Caterina Passarelli

Today we have the release blitz from FORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS by Caterina Passarelli, a first in the new Signs Series!

Title: FORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS
Series: The Signs Series
Author: Caterina Passarelli
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release: September 20
Cover Designer: Najla Qamber Designs

About FORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS

Sitting at the wrong table turned my life upside down.

I was supposed to be on a date with one man but made a huge mistake—a mistake I keep bumping into all over New York City.

Clark Chambers is arrogant, straightforward, devastatingly handsome, and takes what he wants. And right now his sight is set on me.

But he only wants friends with benefits. And I’d rather eat dirt than agree to that.

After an “enough is enough” moment, I turn to the Universe for help & ask for a special sign.

And it’s just my luck … looks like rabbits & romance really do mix!

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Former TV News Producer turned Romance author, Caterina Passarelli has always had a love for words. From real-life Detroit crime to fictional love stories around the globe, she hopes to take her readers on a fast-paced adventure.

Caterina is the author of five titles in multiple genres: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense.

When she’s not writing about alpha males and strong, sarcastic women, she is the CEO of an online fitness coaching company.

Caterina is the fur mom to her three-year-old rescue dog, Piper, who she spoils uncontrollably.

She loves hearing from her readers on her Facebook page!

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Release Blitz: American Asshole by Tara Sue Me

AMERICAN ASSHOLE by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Tara Sue Me is finally LIVE! American Asshole is the first book in the new series, Bachelor International! Grab your copy now #FREE in Kindle Unlimited.

About AMERICAN ASSHOLE

He’s a self proclaimed bastard with a double helping of lying asshole.

Mia Matthews never thought much of big shot matchmaker Tenor Butler, but when she finds out he loaned her late business partner a quarter of a million dollars and no one told her, there aren’t enough four letter words to describe him. She’d like nothing more than to pretend Tenor doesn’t exist, but she owes him all that money, not to mention he’s hot as hell.

Tenor doesn’t see why it’s his fault Mia didn’t know about the loan. In fact, he thinks he’s being very magnanimous when he offers to forgive the loan if Mia closes her own matchmaking business and works for him for five years. But as he gets closer to Mia, he realizes two things: 1) he doesn’t want her as an employee and 2) she hates his guts.

When an old flame threatens them both, Mia and Tenor find themselves working together and are unable to ignore their mutual attraction. But it might be too late for these two romance experts to create their own love story.

This is a standalone romance. No cliffhanger.

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About Tara Sue Me

Tara Sue Me wrote her first novel at the age of twelve. It would be twenty years before she picked up her pen to write the second.

After completing several clean romances, she decided to try her hand at something spicier and started The Submissive. What began as a writing exercise quickly took on a life of its own. An avid reader of all types of fiction, she soon discovered she enjoyed writing a variety as well.

Tara lives in the Southeastern United States with her family, two dogs, and a cat.

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