In Working It, New York Times bestselling author Kendall Ryan delivered a sexy and addictive contemporary romance about Emmy Clarke, a sweet southern girl out of her depth in New York City’s cutthroat fashion industry, and Ben Shaw, the hot male model who introduced her to a world of pleasure. But their story is far from complete…
Emmy Clarke is no quitter. Toughened by her experience working for fashion heavyweight Fiona Stone, Emmy has come a long way from her country girl roots, embracing her fast-paced and unpredictable life in New York City.
Though that life comes with more than a few complications.
First there’s the mystery of Fiona’s pregnancy, which may or may not involve Emmy’s boyfriend, superstar male model Ben Shaw. Emmy has always known that Ben comes with more baggage than she can handle—and not the Louis Vuitton kind. Yet Ben is the only man who has ever loved Emmy for who she is, and she wants nothing more than to do the same for him, even if it means forgiving his past and overlooking their wildly different lifestyles.
But when a shocking secret from Ben’s past comes to light, unraveling all of their progress, Emmy must decide if their relationship is worth the fight, or if it’s time to ignore her passion for him and let go.
A Great Sequel
I liked Craving Him a little bit more than Working It. This book isn't sunshine and rainbows for Ben and Emmy, not by a longshot. They have a lot to figure out after everything in Working It. I liked seeing the growth of them as a couple and working through their problems, but it seemed a little much and almost repetitive at times. They both frustrated me a few times in this book either because of stupid decisions or stupid thinking. I really liked the very end of the book with Christmas and then the epilogue. It was cute and funny and a good way to end the book. I'm intrigued for All or Nothing, and getting Ellie and Braydon's story; I'm sure it'll be entertaining!
Liked it !!
I'm glad they got their HEA. Only thing I didn't like was that Fiona didn't ever get what she had coming from Emmy or Ben!!! It should've been more climatic with her exit cause she sucked!! Other than that- sweet story