Lucy is a perfectly reasonable person, up until she isn’t.
She bottles up incidents, willing to forgive and forget, but when someone crosses the line, she becomes what her friends have affectionately called The Psychobitch.
There’s one person who has it coming; from their very first meeting, Trick Johnson, CFO of Harris Toys, has been a contemptuous ass to her, but she held her tongue…
Until her boss asks her to work with him for a month.
Trick has a huge problem. He has a life plan – a simple, straightforward plan – and the gorgeous ball-buster his best friend employs isn’t part of it in any way, shape or form.
He’s managed to keep her out of sight and mostly out of mind quite successfully…
Until Carter Harris makes them work together.
Some Girls Do It is a series of standalone ending with a Happily Ever After or a Happily for Now. Expect language and some adult scenes.
Clearly the reason for this nickname was created by a little boy who got his “pride” hurt. Lucy is a survivor of family abuse and a champion for others she finds going through the same thing. Just because her experiences in life make her more forward than others shows that she no longer needs to be held back and can be free. Thank goodness Trick came to his senses to know who she was and can be with her as she is.
I read the first two, loving the second one better. This book made me laugh out loud and sad to finish it. I still wish the author didn’t leave you hanging, it’s a good book but it would be great if some of the dots were connected. Of course this could be a ploy to get you to buy the next book.