⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐”To say that I loved this book is an understatement. Pavlov brought family, values, humor, and heat to a unique storyline that had me grinning from ear-to-ear. Pavlov wove an irresistible love story that’s fresh and romantic. It’s the kind of book that reminds you why you love reading this genre.” ~ Adriana Locke, USA Today Bestselling Author
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐”Oh, those Montgomery brothers! I love them all but I have a sweet spot in my heart for Jack. He can do no wrong in my eyes. And Monroe is the perfect match for him! A perfect end to a delightful series.” ~Willow Aster, USA Today Bestselling Author
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Two words…Jack. Montgomery! He is the perfect combination of sweet, funny, kind, and sexy! The banter between Jack and Monroe is hilarious and angsty…the perfect mix. This was by far my favorite of the series, and I’m so sad that it’s over. Well done, Laura!” ~ Head in the Clouds, Nose in a Book
I’m always down for a good time. I’m that guy.
I love women. I love sex. And I love my life.
Go big or go home, right?
My father’s death is a constant reminder of why I like to keep it simple.
Life is short.
Emotional attachments make you weak.
Grieving sucks. And I have no interest in caring deeply for anyone outside of my family.
I’m not looking for complications.
Monroe Buckley is a complication.
And she’s my best friend’s little sister.
But once we’re forced to spend time together…I only want more.
Too bad she’s the one woman who is off-limits.
I don’t trust most people, and I have my reasons.
I’m passionate about my work, and I came here to do a job.
Not date the boss.
Getting hired at the top media company in the city is the break of my life.
But it means working for Jack Montgomery.
My one-time crush.
My brother’s best friend.
And the current thorn in my side.
He’s exactly what I want to avoid.
Yet he’s everywhere I turn. Even when he’s not there—he’s in my head.
He’s a magnet for attention.
A heartbreak just waiting to happen.
And my heart is something I fiercely protect. At all costs.
They say the heart wants what the heart wants…
But my heart isn’t allowed to make that decision anymore.
There’s too much to lose.