No Flowers Required (A Love Required Novel) by Cari Quinn
Flower shop owner Alexa Conroy had it all before the recession hit and her customers fled to cheaper shopping grounds. Desperate to make ends meet, she sells her dream home and moves into the rundown apartments above her shop. When she spots six feet of sexy distraction--complete with muscles, piercings, and tattoos--ripping up flooring, Alexa knows the karmic windfall she's due just landed on her doorstep. And the attraction's definitely not one-sided. Dillon James, reluctant heir to the corporation about to foreclose on Alexa's shop, is not about to jeopardize their scorching chemistry by admitting he's not the building's handyman. But with only weeks until her business goes under and his identity is revealed, Dillon must find a way to convince Alexa cooperation isn't a dirty word, help her save the shop from his brother's greed, and persuade her that he's not the enemy…or risk losing the only woman who's seen the real him.
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No Flowers Required
Good secret identity story. Nicely developed characters. Thought it could have given more interaction between Dillion and his brother to help understand the full scope of their conflict.
Alexa was ok, but very opinionated. Dillion and Alexa were good together, lots of STEAMY moments.
This is my second book by this author and I would love to read more.
The author pretty much had me at hello when she described Dillon.
“tight jeans and a black T-shirt stretched tight over a taut back meant for fingernail marks”
Talk about an attention grabber! When she mentioned the tats, well that was just icing on the cake. I like that he called Alexa Princess. I also like that his character wasn’t the bad boy the author led us to believe in the beginning. He’s actually one of my favorite type of Hero’s. He didn’t fight his attraction to Alexa and he went out of his way to help her failing business because he wanted her to succeed. He was a hard worker and was just a genuinely good guy.
Alexa was a little bit harder character for me. She was the heroine that has a hard time letting people in. She wasn’t excited about Dillons suggestions to help better her business and she had already seen that he wanted to help when she learned the truth of who he was, yet still pushed him away. Thankfully the author didn’t keep us waiting to long bringing these two back together,
Dillon was really what had me in this story and made this worth the read for me. ARC provided by NetGalley.
No flowers require
This is one good book I will read the rat of the series😀!!!