From New York Times bestselling author Kendall Ryan comes a standalone romance about a swoony single dad and the new neighbor he falls for.
Last night was the most embarrassing night of my life.
I was THAT girl.
You know, the highly intoxicated chick celebrating her thirtieth with her two best friends—the ones who are happily married. And the more I drank, the more I wanted to do something reckless to celebrate.
By reckless, I meant the sexy and alluring man dressed in a business suit standing near the bar. You know his type—tall, dark, and handsome. I was sure he was out of my league, but I'd had just enough alcohol that things like that no longer seemed to matter. I'm not fat, mind you, but you can tell I like French fries, so there's that.
He took me home and I enjoyed the hottest birthday sex of my life, well until it came to a screeching, and rather unwelcome halt.
There's nothing quite like being interrupted mid-ride with a little voice asking:
"What are you doing to my daddy?"
Just kill me now…... or so I thought.
Come to find out the man I rode like a bull at the rodeo is my new landlord.
Kendall Ryan has done it again with this newest release, by giving us a couple I think everyone can relate to. This book had me alternately laughing, swooning and just generally feeling good as I read it. I love that Hunter is a down-to-earth regular guy who just happens to be a single dad. None of this billionaire bad boy that seems to be the current trend. And the fact that there are some things he's not proficient with (like his baking skills) makes him seem that much more realistic. I liked that Kate is a confident woman who owns her curves and isn't ashamed of her appearance; she freely admits to liking her french fries dipped in ranch dressing (like me, as I sit here inhaling a bag of peanut M&Ms). The chemistry between them is hot, but they're also building a genuine friendship. Of course, as these things do, feelings start to show up, although it's taken one of them a bit longer to realize how they actually feel about the other person. They manage to navigate a few bumps and distractions along the way, and I like how the story wrapped up.