"An amazing, outstanding, all consuming, addicting and downright SEXY read!" ~Sassy Little Book Nerd
A washed-up model at the age of 27, Oliver Connely has gone from being a household name to barely making the rent. It’s time to think fast—and cash in big—with a can’t-miss idea inspired by the passion he sees in a handful of romance novel fans. Book Boyfriend Incorporated is born.
Except for the unexpected glitches Oliver’s business plan doesn’t cover—like falling for one of his “lonely lady” clients, Bailey Hardin, a politician’s wife who’s as smart and loyal as she is beautiful and sexy. Their chemistry, instant and scorching, is already a problem—but when Bailey’s husband turns up dead, the pair quickly learns they’re facing more than a simple PR nightmare.
The mess intensifies when Oliver’s best friend decides to put a bid in for the freshly vacated city manager position, ensuring Oliver is now caught between his longtime best friend and his new ladylove. The clock is ticking, and the political scandal is growing. Tough decisions must be made—especially because, for the first time in Oliver’s life, matters of his heart are on the line.
Misadventures is a romantic series of spicy standalone novels, each written or co-written by some of the best names in romance. The stories are scandalous, refreshing, and, of course, incredibly sexy. They’re the perfect bedside read, a ‘quick blush’ for the reader who loves a page-turning romance.
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A very quick read!
Oliver is a model, but as he gets older (27) the jobs are becoming fewer. Because he didn't save any of the money he made when he was in his prime, he is forced to look for work. One day at the pool, the ladies give him the idea of becoming a Book Boyfriend. Women hire him to make their fantasies come true. But his very first customer steals his heart. Bailey was tired of her husband ignoring her, so she hires Oliver to give her one night of fantasies ... but will one night be enough?
This book has a good storyline, but I just found that things happened too quickly ... and I know that happens when it's a short book, but I think that in this case it hurt the overall story. I loved Oliver ... he just seemed like he was a good guy, not that smart but good. But I couldn't get into Bailey's character ... maybe that's because I never got her POV - we only got Oliver's POV.
I received an early copy courtesy of Waterhouse Press through NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.