Take one outspoken actress, put her under the same roof with an overworked lawyer, and watch the slow burn bring down the house.
A standalone novel. All books in this series can be read separately and out of order.
Amber Jones is in a pickle. And when I say pickle, I mean a world of trouble.
She knew she shouldn’t have gone to her ex’s New Year’s Eve party. And she reeeaally didn’t mean to almost burn down his house.
Now she needs a good lawyer, stat. But where to find one?
Ethan Vaughn is a very busy man.
He really shouldn’t have agreed to spring Amber Jones out of jail. As the most sought after lawyer in professional football, he should be focused on representing his NFL clients––not an accident-prone, struggling actress.
Now she’s remanded on bail, and living in his house.
The woman is a walking talking disaster. And considering his track record, he needs to stay as far away from this one as possible.
Problem is, he’s finally met the one he’s willing to risk it all for.
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This series provide the perfect balance of of laughs and romantic tension. I only wish it included chapters that explored the relationship from Ethan’s POV (my same criticism for the first book, Wrecking Ball, with Cal).
I’m not sure who I loved most in this book, Fancy McButterpants or Princess Amber. Both had me snorting and swooning the whole way through. This is just as funny and sweet as the first book in the series. Amber’s quick wit is delightful as is Ethan’s stoic personality.
Amber is a tough cookie, or sledgehammer as some might say. She’s a force to be reckoned with. She is the type of woman a man holds with both hands and doesn’t let go. And Ethan sure doesn’t want to let her go, which might cost him everything in the process. Ethan comes from a strong family connection but Amber has had to rely mainly on herself growing up. So you could say it is an opposites attract flirtation but it is also a taboo and second chance romance.
I am looking forward to reading book three, especially if it is along the same tone as the first two novels. I think Amanda and Grant will be a hoot!