All for Wesley
A B&B owner takes on a posh hotel developer in this enemies-to-lovers story with plenty of South Florida heat.
The grudge match is set to get nasty.
Wesley and Nathan are willing to pull out all the stops to achieve their dreams.
They just never expected the heat between them to carry over to the bedroom.
After one reckless night burning up the sheets, Wes and Nathan can’t stay away from each other.
But is there any hopother.Butbedroom. Afterdreams. Theynasty. Wesley ...more
This is the second book in the wonderful Pineapple Grove series, but, even though there are some recurring characters, it can definitely be read as a stand-alone. This time it is the sweet B& B owner's turn...Wesley.
Wesley owns and runs a lovely little B&B, which caters mostly to the LGBT+ community. It is important for Wesley to offer them a place where they can feel safe ...more
While the first book left me underwhelmed, this one really made up for it.
I love a good enemies to lovers story. I fell into interest with Wesley in the first book along with a couple of the other men in this series and I was looking forward to his story and what a good one it was.
Wesley's dream and first love is his B&B bungalow he runs near the beach. He's worked his butt off making this a place that feels like home to his guests. It also happens to be his ...more
I'm a sucker for enemies-to-lovers, and this did not disappoint. Was there really hate sex? Not really, Wesley and Nathan were closer to the feelings side of things than hate when they first have sex, but it was still hot AF.
I so enjoyed these two with their sparring and banter, their connection was good and kept me riveted.
If you forgot, Wesley is one of Jace's small business owner friends from the ...more
This is the second in the Pineapple Grove series set in a small Florida community and the pace and feel is quite different than the usual action heavy romantic suspense these two write together.
I love the ease with which they give the reader a lighter narrative, but without it ever just turning into a typical bland romance.
Here it's an enemies to lovers study where the central focus is on two men both trying to live their dreams but with the other standing in the way.
All for Wesley is about Wesley Blake the owner of Wilton Cottage a lovely little B and B in Pineapple Grove which he and everyone else loves, enter big bad hotel developer Nathan Randall who is pestering Wesley to sell to him so Nathan can demolish Wilton Cottage and build his big flashy hotel in its place.
Even though Wesley and Nathan are enemies in business there is a strong attraction between them an ...more
I was All for Wesley though! This book kept me entertained. I liked both Wesley and Nathan, not at first but definitely not long after his introduction. I felt something for both of them and found their story very well done. I wasn’t annoyed, I was seriously entertained and pretty happy the majority of the read. I loved their similarities and even more loved that they saw them too. They fed off of it and ...more
In this second book of the series, we focus on B&B owner, Wesley, who's fighting off hotelier, Nathan, who has designs on tearing down Pineapple Grove's best LGBTQ+ bed and breakfast to build a huge hotel.
They weren’t friends. They weren’t lovers. They weren’t going t...more
So, in this one, we have Nathan, a hotel developer who is set to stop at nothing to get Wesley, the owner of a quaint little homey, B&B in Pineapple Grove, right on the ocean. Where the B&B is a place where Wesley spent years transforming it into the perfect place for the members of his c ...more
I have read a lot of books by this writing team and All for Wesley was light and enjoyable. Here we have Wesley and Nathan with a distinct enemies vibe as Nathan puts extreme pressure on Wesley to sell him his property, as well as trying to poach Wesley’s star employees. Nathan will compensate Wesley more than fairly of course, but Wesley doesn’t want to sell and he’s under a lot of stress because Nathan won’t back off.
Nathan has a lot to prove to him ...more
This is enemies to lovers!! What are you guys waiting for??
Loved the banter between Nathan and Wesley. I must say I didn't like Nathan very much in the beginning especially 'cause I didn't understand his reasons. But he kind of became my favourite by the end of the book. Throughout the book ...more
Wesley is the owner of Wilton Cottage. An LGBT+ friendly bed and breakfast that he’s poured his heart and soul into. He is very involved in his community and has a group of wonderful friends that are his chosen family. His mother disowned him when he came out at 17.
Nathan is a successful property developer and hotel owner. He has set his sights on th ...more
Yeah,too bad,though, that Westley and Nathan are enemies. Or,better said,should be.
Oh,they do try to stay away,but they're like magnets,drawn to one another. And I think that they're wonderful together when they ignore the fact that they're adversaries, when they're just two men,letting their guards down. So cute and endearing when they start seeking reasons to see each ...more
A well-balanced story, Nathan and Wes took me through every emotion. They're everything. Cute, sweet, funny, hot, and man was I sad for them when they couldn't get it right. Wesley and Nathan kept me on my toes and left me with all-around good feels and in a wonderful mood.
I know I can count ...more
This is book 2 of the series and can be read as a stand alone, but really why would you not want to start at the beginning. Wesley and Nathan are the perfect enemy to lovers. Wesley owns and loves his little BB and Nathan being a major hotel developer, wants the land that Wesley's dream is located on, add that Nathan has a personal reason to want to build a hotel in PG, gives us the basis of a snarky, funn ...more
Wesley is proud of his B&B. He ...more
Hotel developer Nathan Randall is determined to buy out Wesley to create a posh luxury hotel. Wes flat out refuses but the pressure ...more
I love stories set in small communities where the lines between friendship and family blur. I enjoyed reading about Nathan and Wesley, and loved how they both thawed to each other, and grew a friendship as well as a romance. I really felt for both of them ...more
Wesley and Nathan initially seem nothing alike but as we get to know both of them, we discover they have some similarities. Nathan’ ...more
Wesley is a B&B owner in Pineapple Grove. It is a community icon, been standing there for two decades. A pillar of the community of sorts, especially by the LGBTQ+ personalities in their city and those who come and visit from other cities.
Nathan is a property developer who has been hounding Wesley and his neighbors, who owned small business like him, to sell. He has been locking horns with Wesley for a year now, ...more
All for Wesley is the second book (third if you count the novella in between) in the Pineapple Grove series but can be read as a standalone. Having not read the previous book I went having not expectations but was wonderfully surprised!
The enemies-to-lovers trope was beautifully executed. I loved Wesley and Nathan together, they were adorable, had scorching chemistry and their HEA had me swooning. ...more
Wesley and Nathan have been enemies for a while. Nathan wants to buy Wesley’s B&B and build a hotel. Wesley has been fighting off offers and he’s getting sick of the pressure. His B&B is his dream and he not willing to let it go. Nathan has made many generous offers but nothing is making Wesley give in. With all of their encounters the heat is turned up. I mean th ...more
Although this story takes place in the idyllic (if hurricane -threatened) Pineapple Grove, the main characters lack none of the fire we usually find in these authors' other more action filled series. Wesley is funny, full of snark & utterly determined not to sell his beloved Wilton Cottage B&B. Nathan is relentless in his ambition to prove a point & utterly determined to buy Wilton Cottage for its land to build a new development.
This series offers me that breather. It’s lighter angst, there are no explosions or shoot outs, etc. I loved the secondary characters as well. The HEA was hard won and perfect. This was just what I was looking for and wanting, a slower paced contemporary read.
*ARC pr ...more
This former Kentucky girl has moved up, ...more