She's a small town waitress who's fed up with men and wants more out of life.
He's a former FBI agent who wants less of everything…except for her.
Imogene Walsh has always been unapologetically confident and ruthlessly opinionated with people, particularly men. No one is spared from her unfiltered mouth, but it hasn't seemed to deter Cooper MacKenzie. Although he is not the clean-cut, businessman type she's always thought she should pursue, Imogene is drawn to the sexy outsider who is the hottest topic in town gossip, the fantasy heartthrob women love to speculate about.
She has spent most of her life in the little town of Hera, New York, putting her numerous forgettable relationships behind her and floundering in both her professional and personal life. Work and men—neither have gone well for her. Now it's reached the point where Imogene wants to stop playing it safe.
It may be time to live up to her tough reputation and take a chance on Cooper, the only man who isn't intimidated by Imogene's brash personality. However, it could be a thrilling ride that doesn't end well.
*This is a standalone novel in the FEARSOME Series.
ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This is my first book of S.A. Wolfe and I started this series backwards but that does not take away how much I loved this book! Imogene and Coopers dance back and forth was kinda mesmerizing. Between her snark and his constant flirty comebacks, I was loving every minute of this book. The both of them were kinda the perfect blend I like to read about a couple. I can't wait to read the 1st and 2nd book in the series!
DEFINITELY A MUST READ!!!
If you're thinking about reading this or buying the full copy, definitely do! It will not disappoint! The main character is so relatable, witty with a sharp tongue that just makes reading this & seeing how everything plays out enjoyable.
A good read
This book was almost perfect for me. I was not to fond of the female main character. I felt she was hot and cold to often, but that's just my opinion. Aside from that I really enjoyed this book. It was funny and steamy. I do recommend this book.