From New York Times Bestseller, Corinne Michaels, comes a sexy, heartwarming standalone romance novel.
My life was perfect - until a shocking tragedy pulled the rug out from underneath me.
My children were left without a father. I was without a husband and a provider. Instead of wallowing in my grief, I buried myself in my work at Dovetail Enterprises. Landing the promotion as the CEO’s right hand was exactly what I needed.
Getting saddled with Milo Huxley as an assistant is exactly the opposite.
I can’t stand him.
He’s arrogant, irresponsible, and out for my job. As if that’s not bad enough, he has to be devastatingly sexy, and have a posh English accent that makes me squirm on top of it all. I’ve had enough unpredictability for one lifetime, thank you.
But soon enough, we’re fighting less and laughing more. He’s there for me when no one else is. And those good looks aren’t the only panty-dropping thing about him.
If I only knew what to do about it....
Milo and Danielle are everything
Loved this Book!! It was Real!! Milo wasn’t my favorite at first but he won me over and I Love this dude! (Again, real because is there anyone you just love 110% always). The Friends relationships are everything and makes me wish for such a tribe!! Amazing writing makes me want to come back for more again and again!!
Love their love
Danielle and Milo’s story is a love I fell in love with. Her loss and his stubbornness seem like no one will progress. But each of them do and when it happens it’s fast and strong. Milo is a swoony book boyfriend and Dani is no pushover, yet he wins her heart. I cannot forget the friendship Danielle shares with her girls. It is one of the best parts of the story. They are more like sisters in every way and couldn’t be funnier in their honesty and naughtiness!
One click worthy once again from Corinne!
This was a perfect wrap up to this series following the four best of friends. Before I even get to Milo and Danielle, I have to first point out what makes these women's friendship so special. They are all there for each other through anything. "No one in this tribe walks alone." But not only that they are all different things to each other. They all have their own roles and without one of them there would be a huge hole that would leave the entire group changed forever.
I loved how Corinne wasn't afraid to make Ava a straight up brat. Ava just lost her father who was the most important person in the world to her and she's trying in her own teenage hormonal way to cope, and there isn't anything about that that would be pretty and Corinne writes Ava's attitude perfectly and unapologetically.
Now as for Milo and Danielle, I love their dynamic and how they met. It wasn't insta-love, it was insta-real. How would you act if you just landed a dream job after the toughest year and a half of your life and now you have to fight some punk lost wayward brother of your boss. Yeah no thank you.
I only rated this as 4 stars because it was surprisingly an easy read. It wasn't wrought with the angst and the punching plot lines I've come to expect from Corinne. However it was a lovely book and the characters growth and arc changes were a pleasure to read. Milo and Danielle was the perfect ending to a wonderful series about love, hope and keeping your tribe close.