Author: Candy Sloane
Series: Most Likely To, #2
Genre: M/F Romance
Publisher: Entangled Publishing (Brazen)
Publication Date: July 11, 2016
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Georgia Cahill is at her high school reunion to seduce the quarterback boyfriend she left behind ten years ago. Unfortunately, one too many margaritas accidentally land her in bed with Gideon Neill, the class geek, instead. By the time she realizes her mistake, she’s the one being seduced.
Gideon Neill is a new man—confident, gorgeous, and about to make the biggest business deal of his life. He just needs a girlfriend to land it. Georgia provides the perfect solution—he’ll help her make her ex jealous if she’ll be on his arm for his business deal. But he quickly realizes he likes her in his arms even better!
Who’d have guessed that sleeping with the enemy would be so hot? But it isn’t long before their act becomes all too real. Could this truly be love? Or is it just the best sex they’ve ever had?
3 out of 5 stars
There were some things that I really liked and other things I didn't care for quite as much. At first the the whole angry banter between the two of them was fun, but after a while I just felt like enough is enough. There were a lot of really steamy scenes between the two of them but when it came to them starting to get feelings, I thought it felt a little forced. I thought the author did a great job with their back stories and helping you to understand why they are enemies at the beginning of the story.
“I know I shouldn’t have done that.” His breath was hot in the chilled air. “But I can’t keep my hands off you. I can’t keep my lips off you. Every time I’m near you it feels like the worst and best decision I’ve ever made.”
This book is the second book in the "Most Likely To" series, but it can be read as a standalone. I read the first book in the series as well and it was kind of fun to see the first couple again and see the events at the reunion from another perspective. I didn't enjoy this one quite as much as the first one, unfortunately. This was a fun quick read, but probably not something that I will remember a couple months from now.
You can read my review of the first book in this series on Goodreads, HERE.
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