The bigger the playboy, the harder they fall.
Included in this collection is:
Sexy Filthy Boss (White Collar Brothers #1)
He’s the sexy alpha male in the corner office who goes through assistants faster than free donuts in the breakroom.
I’m the assistant who was chosen to cover for his last fire.
The owner of the company is clear—hook the biggest client in our firm’s history and there’s a partnership for him and a promotion for me. Stipulation—we do it together.
t doesn’t take a tarot card-reading psychic to figure out where our story is headed… late nights, trips out of town, and more than a few awkward moments filled with sexual tension.
No worries though. I pride myself on my willpower. I can totally ignore his sexy grin, his rock-hard body and his dreamy brown eyes. I will not become the woman other women hate.
But it turns out that Enzo Mancini has a lot of layers and if I don’t stop peeling, I’m going to lose everything, including my dignity.
Dirty Flirty Enemy (White Collar Brothers #2)
He’s the arrogant Manhattan realtor with billboards advertising his six-pack more than his expertise in negotiations.
I’m the competing broker who stupidly moved across the hall from his office.
From day one, I’ve been his sworn enemy. Okay, so I might have accidentally stolen one of his clients. Well, is it stealing if the client comes to me?
Even our vicious banter and loathing gazes can’t hide the chemistry between us. Who can blame me? He has enough charisma to make every hot-blooded woman in the city melt with a single word.
Just when I think a mutual respect could be born between us, the biggest developer in the city offers us an opportunity that pits us against each other.
Time to forget Carmelo Mancini’s dreamy eyes and tight abs.
Wild Steamy Hook-Up (White Collar Brothers #3)
It was never my plan to wake up in a Vegas hotel room as Dominic Mancini’s WIFE. The man has brought me nothing but heartache since I was sixteen.
At least we agree on one thing—a quickie annulment and we can both get on with our lives. I can go back to teaching little girls to dance and he can go back to making millions on Wall Street.
But sometimes what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. It follows you right into an ambush by your Italian Mamas who deliver Oscar-worthy performances when heaping on the guilt.
So, we do what any good Italian kids would do. We secretly agree to pretend to give marriage a try.
But our easy solution morphs into a convoluted mess and leaves us wondering—is it safe to bet on each other?
Rock, Paper, Santa (White Collar Brothers #3.5)
In this ensemble cast holiday novella the competition between the brothers is still at an all-time high. Join the Mancini’s and their lady loves at the Santa Run in Central Park and attend a swanky fundraiser afterward.
Oh those Mancini brothers
I love book sets, especially those featuring family series. The Mancini brothers are all that and a bag of chips. Each story showcases a different brother with a different trope.
Sexy Filthy Boss was my favorite brother, Enzo’s story but funny enough, not a trip I love or gravitate to. I almost bypassed it to save until later, but I’m glad I kept at it. His banter with Annie kept me entertained and I loved her spunky spirit.
Brother Carm and his enemies to lovers partner, Bella, are featured in Dirty Flirty Enemy. While the don’t work together, both make their living in the real estate world…and have offices in the same building. There were more laugh out loud moments form these two, and watching playboy Carmelo fall was priceless.
Val and Dom have a Wild Steamy Hookup that gives this couple a second chance at love…with a oopsie wedding! Looks like Mama Mancini finally has something to crow about to her sister. Dom was my least favorite brother, which is again, weird, because of the three tropes featured…his and Val’s is my favorite. He just irked me for some reason.
Rock, Paper Santa was a fun way to wrap up this family, set in the future. All in all, a good set of stories for new fans or those who might have missed a story or two from the Mancinis.