I don’t want him.
I can’t do this.
That’s what my ex said after our son was born, leaving me a single dad.
These days, my world consists of two things: Noah and my bar.
Until her—the woman I want —but can never have.
My ex’s sister wasn’t supposed to be stirred into the mix.
Even though I try to push her away, my son falls in love with her.
As much as I want to keep my distance, I can’t break his heart.
Lines become blurred, and fighting our attraction becomes nearly impossible.
Even though we know it’s wrong, desire doesn’t always fade away.
As soon as we cross that line, nothing will be the same and everything will fall apart.
And it does.
Incredible start to a new series
Oh boy is this going to be a fun series! What a great introduction to the characters to the Twisted Fox series. I love that we get a little glimpse at the dynamics and relationships that are brewing. Their is a lot of pent up sexual frustration going on lol.
Now let’s talk about Cohen and Jamie and how utterly perfect they are together. Despite being one of the awkwardest of situations, the whole he is your sisters ex and the father of the child she abandoned thing, the spark that ignites between the two after five years is pretty hot. Not to mention how cute Jamie and Noah are together. Now I love my Blue Beech gang but this Twisted Fox Gang seems to be just as promising. I absolutely cannot wait for Archer and Georgia’s story. It’s going to be a crazy one.
Also yeah for a cameo from both Lauren and Maliki!
**I was generously provided with a advanced readers copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review**
What a start to a new series!
What a start to a new series! Was definitely not expecting these characters but absolutely loved the storyline! Jamie and Cohen knew each other in the past, but after the damage that Jamie’s sister caused, they’ve been estranged. It all changes when Cohen’s son is in the ER and the doctor happens to be Jamie. Extremely unwilling and unhappy at first, Cohen finally comes around to Jamie treating his son, although he has no clue who Jamie actually is. Extending an olive branch of sorts by giving him her card in case something else happens, she never thinks he actually will call – until he does. As the pair continue to spend time together because of Cohen’s son, the more they talk through their past and work through the feelings they both had, although Jamie’s were the only ones somewhat known, and end up finally exploring those feelings. Until Jamie’s sister returns and makes it her mission to not only break them apart but also try to work her way back into Cohen’s life. I spent the majority of the book wanting to throat punch Jamie’s sister, and I was happy with how her part of the story ended. The twists and turns of Cohen and Jamie’s relationship kept me going back and forth and I was surprised yet excited and happy with the ending. I cannot wait for the next book though – the back and forth between Georgia and Archer in this book made the anticipation so high for me!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.