When he received a frantic call from his older sister, the last thing Jonah Jacobson expected to hear was that Madison Bishop was having a makeover emergency. Her brother-in-law was the epitome of a lumberjack—from the flannel shirts and unkempt beard to the broad build and mud wrestling titles. But when Jonah arrived to the rescue, he ended up having a night to remember and a date with Madison.
Discovering he had more in common with Jonah than their niece was a pleasurable surprise in more than one way for Madison. The only thing he needed to do was show the fashion forward stylist how good they could be together if Jonah allowed him to take the lead.
Flowers and crowns might have brought them together, but a massage table would give them their happily ever after.
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This was a fun story. The pacing was a little rushed since it seemed like a large amount of backstory was crammed into not many pages. But I liked Jonah and Madison. They were really good together and complemented each other well. The scene with them in the bathroom is so sensual. I really enjoyed that scene. Jonah and Madison seem to be headed towards starting a relationship, but they’re not quite there yet. This story shows just a beginning for them and I’d love to see more of them. More dates as they truly get to know each other and work out what exactly their limits and boundaries are while also discussing what they want out of a possible relationship. You get the sense they’re going to make it work and wind up together for the long haul. But I’d love to see how they do it.
Lila Leigh Hunter is the pen name of a Puerto Rican author with a hyphenated surname. Born and raised on the island, Lila grew up making up stories her siblings pretended to like. But no matter what they say, as the youngest of six, she’s still their mom’s favorite. According to the dusty diplomas on her wall, she’s an architectural designer living in Southern Texas with her husband and four military brats.
She spends most of her free time writing homoerotic romances about middle-aged men finding happiness and the rest hiding from pesky house chores. When outside of her cave, she likes to observe people and try to guess their stories. Sometimes she wishes the voices in her head were real; going out with the boys in her books sounds like a plan made in heaven.