The last thing I want is to share a forty-five minute commute with the most obnoxious (and attractive) man I know. But I can't afford a new transmission right now, so I'm stuck with Marcus for at least a month.
He promises to be good, but Marcus Greene is never good. And I'm not sure how long I can resist him.
Carpool is the first book in the Milford College series about the faculty and staff of a small liberal arts college.
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Charming & Sweet!
Sweet With Some Heat! What a charming, warm, sexy gem of a story, that was filled with animosity, lust, and need and so much emotion and love. This story pulled me in and didn’t let go until the last page.
The characters, are incredibly sweet together and I loved their chemistry. I was expecting this player of a man with Marcus but who I got was so incredibly kind and generous. But he is stuck in this small town where no one wanted to forget his past mistakes and his bad boy reputation. I liked his characters development and growth throughout the story. He is so much more than anyone wants to give him credit for, until She comes into his life.
I really liked Jennifer a lot. She is the good girl, but she still feels the same surge of excitement, dislike and danger she has been experiencing since she was a girl, whenever she sees Marcus. So it is incredibly hard for her to ask him for a ride and to even contemplate about being in the car alone with him. Their time together to and from work, forces them to get to know one another. and their simmering attraction grows. I loved them coming together. It’s sweet, fun with a nice amount of emotion and drama mixed in. As well as some sexy times. She sees the real him, not the bad boy that she has been warned to stay away from her whole life. But she wants and needs more.
Towards the end my heart might have dropped a bit and I wanted to strangle Marcus but I love the drama that was created. I was on the edge of my seat turning the page dying for my HEA.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.