A new comedy from the USA Today bestselling duo!
A good cop can always spot trouble. That’s why my senses started pinging the moment I met the hottie next door. The neighborhood may never be the same. First she confuses me for a male stripper and tries to remove my uniform. (The guys on the force will never let me live that down.) And then there’s the breaking and entering.
I don’t know what to do with her. My libido has a few ideas of its own, though. Bad, bad ideas.
Hey, I it’s not my fault that Hot Cop’s nightstick gets excited every time we see each other. And I can’t help that someone broke into his apartment.
Fine—that last thing was totally my fault. And I intend to make amends. So when he needs a date for his sister’s wedding, I’m there. This is right up my alley. I’m an actor. By the time it’s over, his entire family will believe we’re a couple.
Warning: may cause unrestrained giggling in public. Contains: a bridezilla with a turkey leg, a flash mob, and a growly hero.
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Man Cuffed by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby
This book starts with a bang when waitress/actor Meg (bless her little theatrical socks) mistakes police officer Mack for a stripper - could have happened to anyone, but of course it happened to Meg. That was the end of that encounter and the next time they see each other is when they realize they’re now new neighbours. Mack, having been left heartbroken, has sworn of dating and any emotional entanglement and Meg is to be no exception, no matter how much of a delight he finds her. Safe to say, Meg is having none of that particularly when she’s asked to be Mack’s date to his sisters wedding.
While this isn’t my favorite book in the Man Hands series, I still really liked Man Cuffed. I enjoyed the characters progression and adored their personalities, Meg in particular really stole the show for me. While I fell in lust with Mack, I do feel he could have groveled a little more to win Meg back over. There were some really humorous moments that I shamelessly cackled at also some moments that had me invested on a whole other level.
Overall this was an enjoyable story and a great edition to the Man Hands series. And finally, if the authors are taking requests, Lance was a character that demands a story!
*I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.
*Reviewed by Melinda for Joandisalovebooks Blog.
Not Sarina’s best I found it hard to finish.
This was a well written, steamy, fast paced story with characters you cannot help but fall for, hook, line and sinker.
From the moment they first meet you just know that you are in for a fabulous roller coaster of a read. I loved Meg and Mac both separately and together, they are perfect for each other.
This book was full of laugh out loud hysterical moments which had me in tears from laughing so much. It is not all fun though, there are some tense and serious moments dealing with family issues which was difficult, particularly since Mac’s relationship with his brother is almost non existent; I wanted them to sort themselves out.
There were times when I worried that they wouldn’t get their happily ever after. I really love Meg, she is feisty, sassy and determined. Mac was at times frustrating but he got there in the end.
The secondary characters, particularly
Cassidy and Lance, are highly entertaining.
The chemistry between Meg and Mac is intense and you could feel the sparks between them.
Such was the seamless writing from Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby I have no idea where one author finished and the other took over. The flow of the story was fantastic and Man Cuffed ticked all the boxes for me.