Sam Huxton doesn’t do one-night stands, especially not with men she’s just met! But the hot guy at the bar was hard to resist and their one night together is one she’ll never forget.
But one night is all they share – no names, no numbers, just some much needed fun…
Until the same guy walks into Sam’s life the next day as her new employee. Sam never mixes business with pleasure and makes it clear an office fling with Ryan is off-limits. But after-hours…one thing can lead to another. Can Sam trust her heart and her business with the new guy?
I’m not going to lie, I struggled to get into this book but once I did I was hooked
I loved both Sam and Ryan, they both have their difficulties and their own insecurities but they also came through to be stronger
Ryan really struggles with his past and because he isn’t as wealthy as Sam nor is his past and family life as perfect as he believes hers is. This is a recurring theme throughout the book and I actually sympathised with Ryan as many people, me included have felt like this at some point of another
Sam is determined to put on a mask and appear to the world that everything is ok, even when things aren’t. She is also crazy smart and very good at coming up with ideas
Sams company is an app designer and this is something that I never really thought about before, what actually goes into something that we use everyday, how hard people have to work behind the scenes to make everything work and it was really interesting to see. It also looks at what happens if someone else has a similar idea to you and the stress behind trying to come up with a solution and something that makes your app unique
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a slightly unconventional story with good characters, a brilliant concept and company and sections that will make you laugh out loud
AM 🐾 x
Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07WQ2G7QL
Amazon US: https://t.co/3nYSeYTZa2
A former pharmacist, I’m now a medical writer who also writes romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero.
With a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to buy a card (yes, he does), any romance is all in my head. Then again, his unstinting support of my career change proves love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes come in many disguises.
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