Can't Get Enough (Harlequin Blaze, #211)
He's everything she despises--a babe magnet with more notches on his belt than a millipede has legs.
And he thinks his coworker is wound so tightly she irons her underwear at night.
Two people couldn't be further apart.
But when Jack Brook and Claire Marsden get stuck in a sweltering elevator one afternoon, it's a different story. By the time they're rescued, Jack and Claire...more
The heroine was a bit too dramatic so that got old after a while. But this was definitely a decent read, spe ...more
Liked this much more than I thought I would, because I haven't been lucky when it comes to Harlequin Blazes, but now I'm very tempted to get more by Sarah Mayberry this instant. I really liked both Jack and Claire, which surprised me, because from the blurb I wasn't expecting to like Claire all that much. (While I'm a sucker for the whole 'get a bit loose' plot I prefer it much mor ...more
I will start with the cover. Isn't it so cute? And not overtly sexual? That's how I decided to even read the back cover. And then I found out that it was a enemies to lovers office romance, another one of my favorite themes. I was already half won over before I even read the book. I don't usually let myself read books with high expectations, but this book was splen ...more
I also wasn't totally on board with the description of the hero: 3/4 board shorts and a wrinkled shirt? Well, it takes all kinds, right? He sounded better OUT of his clothes than IN.
[Snicker] Never thought I would make such a sexist comment!
The other issue I had was with him ...more
Well the cover is actually look cute, funny for me. And not overtly sexual. And when I read this, I found out that they were actually enemies to lovers office romance. Which is actually one of my favorite themes, and I always have a high expectations when it comes to books, and I'm glad that this book has never let me down. And I'm sure when you read this, you'l ...more
I didn't hate it. In fact the second half of the book I would even say that I liked. Nonetheless, it didn't live up to the high expectations I have for a book by Sarah Mayberry.
The characters started to feel a bit more real and rounded towards the end, but not enough for me to disregard how over the top and shrieking they were during the first half. Still, the sex was hot and in the end it wasn't a bad read, it was an underwhelming Mayberry.
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