Hannah Donovan is not my type.
Intellectual and career-focused, she’s a lawyer, and an intimidatingly beautiful one, at that. I’d rather pump iron than open a book, and the only reason I’d go to court would be for a traffic ticket.
She’s the most gorgeous woman I’ve ever seen. So how can I turn down her plea that I pretend to be her fiancé for one weekend?
But I never expected our pretend kisses to feel so real … or for it to lead to a wild night in bed that will forever stand out as the highlight of my sex life.
Our performance convinces everyone, but it was never meant to be more than a fantasy. A short term gig before reality sets back in.
I can’t imagine ever being good enough for her, but I’m hooked. And now I’m determined to do whatever it takes to make this fake engagement real.
Who’s Your Man of the Month?
When a group of fiercely determined friends realize their beloved hang-out is in danger of closing, they take matters into their own hands to bring back customers lost to a competing bar. Fighting fire with a heat of their own, they double down with the broad shoulders, six-pack abs, and bare chests of dozens of hot, local guys who they cajole, prod, and coerce into auditioning for a Man of the Month calendar.
But it’s not just the fate of the bar that’s at stake. Because as things heat up, each of the men meets his match in this sexy, flirty, and compelling binge-read romance series of twelve novels releasing every other week from New York Times bestselling author J. Kenner.
“With each novel featuring a favorite romance trope—beauty and the beast, billionaire bad boys, friends to lovers, second chance romance, secret baby, and more—this series hits the heart and soul of romance.” — New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips
Each book is a STANDALONE romance with an HEA and an overarching story about the friends and the bar. Totally hot and utterly binge-worthy!
Down On Me
Hold On Tight
Need You Now
Start Me Up
Get It On
In Your Eyes
Turn Me On
Shake It Up
All Night Long
In Too Deep
Light My Fire
Walk The Line
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"Knew what heaven felt like"
This was one fantastic read! I absolutely loved it. Unfortunately it was too short but it still rocked. I was worried that Matthew and Hannah weren't getting their HEA but they did. I loved how they came together and the idea was genius. I really liked Hannah's dilemma. She had a few decisions to make. I'm so glad she fought for Matthew. He was a great guy. He just needed a little push.
In Too Deep
Wow, Matthew and Hannah’s love story is one I which no one no’s for sure til the end. It’s like you can the love but believe and deserving is the culprit of the sharade turn love everlasting. The ironic thing about their love story is now we have a brother and sister who found love with two lawyers who are best friends and are now partners. Amazing
Review: Man of the Month 10: In Too Deep
In Too Deep by J. Kenner is the tenth book in her new 12 book Man of the Month series. Told in dual POV this is the story of Hannah and Matthew, the attorney who needs a fake fiancé and the gym owner who thinks he isn't worthy of being more than the fake in their agreement.
Hannah is branching out on her own, well, sort of, with her friend and soon to be partner in law, Easton. Quitting her job was a mistake though, then she discovers there is a clause that prevents her receiving any payouts on ehr retirement fund. She needs $50 grand to invest in the law partnership and refuses to borrow it from Easton. She has a trust fund and money set up but her mother and step-father are unwilling to hand it over and would like it to go towards "setting up her future" read as home-life as part of a happily married couple. What she needs is a fake fiancé.
Matthew is the kind of guy who is looking for a real relationship and not a quick hookup and tumble in the sheets. When his crazy sister throws this fake fiancé situation in his lap like it's a done deal he has no choice but to go ahead and try not to fall even further for this woman. When he starts to doubt his worthiness and then is further placed under scrutiny by Hannah's step-father he decides to just let her go.
Well-written and well-paced, this was another great read and I'm excited with how each of the upcoming characters are gently weaved into the plots in earlier stories without being obtrusive to the current story. Enjoy!