A deliciously fun romantic comedy about an ex-player who accidentally falls for his friend.
King crab fisherman Fox Thornton has a reputation for being a sexy, carefree flirt. He’s a guaranteed fun time in bed and out, and that’ll be just fine for him. Until he meets Hannah. She doesn’t seem to be affected by his charm and looks, yet she seems to enjoy his personality. And want to become friends? Weird. He likes her too much to flirt with her, so they’re just friends.
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Now, Hannah has come to stay at Fox’s house for a few days. He’s known for his reputation as a ladies’ man, so she assumes they’re just friends. She’s actually nursing a hopeless crush on her colleague and Fox is just someone who could help with that. After reading some tips from Westport’s resident Casanova, Hannah decides to go after her coworker instead of her boss. As the line between friendliness and flirting becomes blurred, Hannah can’t help but admit she likes everything about Fox, but refuses to become another notch on his bedpost.
“After ‘It Happened One Summer’ Tessa Bailey delivers another deliciously fun romantic comedy about an ex-player who accidentally falls for his friend while trying to help her land a different man.”
The Book Guide® Editor
It should have been easy for him to live with his best friend. Except now she‘s walking around in a bathrobe, sleeping right across the hallway, and Fox is fantasising about waking up next to his wife for the rest of his life and…and…man gone! She’s got him wrapped around her finger. Helping her flirt is pure torture, but if Fox can tackle his inner demons and prove to Hannah that he’s all in, she might choose him instead.
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by The Book Guide® Editors4.4/5 Very good