How You Get the Girl by Jessica Florence
Release Date: April 24th, 2017
As Hollywood’s hottest actor, getting a woman in my bed is never a challenge.
Then I spotted her at a bar—she wanted a man for the night, and I jumped at the chance to fill the role. I gave her Joel Kline’s best, and she smacked my pretty face.
But don’t worry, that’s not the end of our story. Her brand of crazy inspired me, and I had to see her again, no matter the cost.
Now, Alessandra Rose is my lead makeup artist for the next four months.
Literally, her job is to touch me every day for the duration of filming. Sounds like a win, right?
Nope, she stops me at every hint of a flirt. I’m in uncharted waters for once.
Joel Kline’s famous techniques to get the girl are failing me. It’s no longer about those sexy Brazilian lips, or her fiery spirit that gives me a hard-on.
It’s about making her banana pancakes after she spends the night in my home.
It’s about knocking down those walls around her, claiming her as mine.
She’s going to fight me, of course, unwilling to accept that it’s not all an act.
But I’m not going anywhere; that’s how you get the girl.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Writer of Alpha Males & Fairy Tales
When she’s not writing her next invigorating story. You can find her running her own business, and spending time with her husband and daughter in southwest Florida.
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So I really enjoyed this one (for the most part). As always with this author, it was a well written and nicely paced book. It had some mild angst and drama. Some hot sex scenes. Some witty banter. A likable kid. We also get a little bit of the couple from the first book. Wrapped up with a sweet epilogue.
So why not 5-Stars? The heroine. It’s no secret that I am picky about my heroines. Especially when you pair them with a likable and sweet hero which was the case here. Joel was just a super great guy. He was sweet. He was funny. He was devoted. I got really tired of the heroine’s attitude towards him. I hated that it was him that pretty much had to do everything to make their relationship work. It annoyed me to NO end that after throwing a fit worthy of a 3-year-old over something that wasn’t true and not giving the hero a chance to explain, the heroine slinks off and does NOTHING for weeks. Again the hero was the one doing all the work to get her back when he did NOTHING wrong in the first place! I felt the onus should have been on the heroine to make things right.
Unfortunately because of all that it did drop my rating down a star. Overall though (and if you are not easily annoyed by heroines) then this book is definitely worth the read. Two thumbs up from yours truly.