Jameson Drake is the stuff wet dreams are made of, or at least that’s the consensus around town. Whilst Willa is all too aware of his hotness, she has so far been successful at avoiding him at every turn. The last thing she needs is to fall for a man who thinks he is god’s gift to women.
Yet the more Willa is around Jameson, the more she starts to feel herself drawn to him. She likes talking to him even though he mostly communicates in grunts. He helps her out whenever he can, never asking for anything in return. Suddenly she doesn’t mind his larger-than-life presence or looking at his too-good-to-be-true rear end.
To her utter mortification and horror, she starts to develop feelings for the notorious heartbreaker. Some might even call it love.
*WARNING: I am about to get super enthusiastic about fictional characters*
This was the first book that I read by Drea St James, and considering I have a strict ‘no blurb’ policy, I really didn’t know what to expect.
I actually settled down to start reading it when I was in the bath. I was two pages in and laughing already! I had to go back and re-read just to make sure I was getting this right.
Admittedly, I couldn’t put it down and the water in the tub had gone cold before I realised! A few chapters in and I was loving every second of it.
Willa is a cooky, quirky character that is bound to make you feel better about your life. Every time she embarrasses herself, I found myself thinking ‘oh yeah, been there’ until it gets ten times worse for Willa and suddenly, your embarrassment seems like a walk in the park!
If it could get any better, in walks Jameson. Every girl’s dream guy. I mean, I’m not into muscle, but…
The chemistry and interactions between the two characters are perfect – and by perfect I mean they hate each other…or do they?
This is one of those books where I instantly fell head over heels in love, couldn’t put it down, and feel like squealing about it even now as I write this!
Not only does St James create the perfect setting for a romance, but she injects so much character and comedy that you can’t help but love it. Even if you’re not that into romances, I still think this is a great read.
In fact, I’ve already read it twice. Yep, I’m officially obsessed.
Cannot wait to see what else this author might write!
I highly recommend spending the 99p this book costs on Kindle – I personally think this is well under priced!