WHY I READ IT
This book was recommended to me by a very trusted book friend.
WHAT I RATED IT
WHAT IT’S ABOUT
It wasn’t the way this kind of story was supposed to go . . .
Insta-love isn’t supposed to turn into insta-hate.
But that’s exactly what happened when the hot-as-hell dreamboat I met in a bar turned out to be a lying, cheating scumbag-player-douche looking for nothing but a little side action. Jerk.
And he has the nerve to call me a liar and a “sociopath”? Assh*le.
And now, three months later, through a mind-blowing series of events I couldn’t have predicted in a million years, it turns out my boss is marrying his sister in Hawaii and I’ve got to play nice with him for an entire freaking week.
Okay, sure, I’ll put on a happy face this week and act like I’ve never even met the jerk before–did I mention his sister is marrying my boss?–but that doesn’t mean I’ll like it. And it certainly doesn’t mean I’ll stop secretly hating the cocky bastard’s guts.
Because I do.
I hate him.
I really do.
I just wish my brain would explain the situation to my body . . . because every time he flashes that panty-melting smile at me, it takes all my self-restraint not to jump the bastard’s hot-as-f*ck bones.
I popped my Lauren Rowe cherry with this book and let me tell you its one first time I’ll gladly remember. This book was fantastic from start to finish. It made you laugh until you wet your pants and then it got you wet in a whole other way. The sex scene were beyond hot, hands down some of the best I’ve read.
This book was full of family. It was so refreshing to have see such a tight knit family unit that loved and supported each other in all things. No drama just lots of love and laughter. Plus the nicknames were off the charts! I thought my family had a lot of nicknames but this book has us beat!
This book wouldn’t have been as amazing without Ryan. That man ruins you for all other book boyfriends. He was perfectly written with right amount of; humor, sappy romantic, passion, and so many other outstanding qualities. He was everything wrapped up in a deliciously tattooed package.