In this brand new standalone comes the newest Rom Com asking, What can go wrong?
When my business partner asked me to do him a favor, I had no idea he was sending me on a blind date his mother arranged for him. I
walked in the bar, saw the woman drinking her third martini, and knew I was in for an eventful night.
After the unexpected second date, she didn't know my real name or who I really was.
By that time, the lie was too far gone, and I wanted her too much to admit the truth.
It's not every day you find out yourex-boyfriend is engaged.
I shouldn't have agreed to the blind date. My mother insisted, and I wasn't in any position to turn down a night out.
I will admit, I definitely shouldn't have ordered that fourth martini before said blind date even arrived.
The man turned out to be swoon worthy, handsome, condescending—a perfect distraction.
Then I found out he was a liar.
I've never been in over my head to this degree.
Then again, I've never been mixed up with love.
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A blind date with the wrong/right man...
A blind date where one isn't who they say they are... what could go wrong?
Hunter's business partner, Anthony is a serial dater (he has finger cramps from so much swiping right) when his mother sets him up with the daughter of her best friend, how can he refuse? Only, he already has a date that night, so instead he begs Hunter to go in his place. Laney is sick of her mother's meddling in her dating life after calling off her engagement when she found her fiancé doing his secretary over the desk.. his male secretary, she's happy to be a workaholic, but makes a deal to go on this last one with her mother's friend's son to get her off her back. When Laney meets Hunter, well the sparks don't exactly fly to begin with as she's 4 martini's down and he starts bossing her about, but they both certainly feel the attraction, there's just one small problem, Laney think's she's with Anthony and when she finds out he lied then there are sparks.
This story is so fun, it has absolutely everything, romance, hot sweaty sexy times, laughter, a swoon-worthy ex-navy seal, now security to the stars hero, hysterical side characters and all topped off with the HEA a Natasha Madison book guarantees you.
Perfect Summer Read!
If you’re after a light, funny, romantic read this summer then Mixed Up Love is the perfect book for you!
When Hunter stands in for his buddy last minute and goes on his blind date, he plans to go in, have a drink and escape as soon as possible.
Laney’s previous relationship ended when she made a shocking discovery, so she’s not exactly thrilled about going on the blind date her Mum set up for her.
When Hunter spots Laney, he’s taken aback by her beauty, but with an un-corrected mistaken identity, a purposely lost phone and a follow up date get thrown into the mix, how can Hunter explain all this to Laney without losing the first woman in a long time he’s actually felt a spark with?
I absolutely loved the banter between Laney and Hunter. Her complete scattiness and lack of safety reminded me of myself and I loved that. These characters are completely normal people with normal jobs and normal homes, and while we all love a good billionaire romance, it was a breath of fresh air to read a modern love story where you can absolutely relate to all the characters. The whole Tinder thing had me constantly chuckling!
As always, Natasha has you completely swept away in the story from the off, I couldn’t put it down as I wanted to know what antics would Laney get up to next!
Another fantastic read from Natasha!
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 5 lovable stars from me x
This was a really fun, quick read romance. It was light and easy with no real drama or angst which makes for a sweet entertaining read.
Hunter and Laney have great chemistry and the banter and chat between them is snappy and sharp. For me, this is an insta love kind of book which I do enjoy, however, I would have loved to have seen a little more development to their relationship. The supporting characters in this story are great and really provide a lot of giggles and chuckles and added depth to the characters themselves and the overall story.
Overall, I enjoyed this book - 3.5 stars
I was provided with a copy of this book from the Publisher; there was no inducement or obligatio