The Right Stud - Ilsa Madden-Mills & Tia Louise


Blurb:

Wall Street Journal bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills and USA Today bestselling author Tia Louise are back with an all-new romantic comedy filled with Southern sass and steamy scenes that will have you laughing out loud and fanning yourself. Pour the sweet tea and get ready…

“The best way to get over your sh**ty ex-fiancé is to get under a shiny new stud…”

As soon as Mr. Tall, Blond, and Handsome walks into that bar, I know he’s the hook-up I need to get over stupid Cheater Kyle.
A few stolen kisses in a dark hallway, and I’m pretty sure we’re headed for a home run—until he disappears without a trace.
Whatever. Men are all snakes in the grass, and I don’t need a new one anyway.
I resolve to forget about his perfect lips (and chest of steel) and instead focus on turning my Granny’s old beach house into a profitable B&B.

What I don’t expect is for him to show up the next day in my kitchen!

You see, my sexy mystery man is none other than Jax Roland, the drop-dead gorgeous home improvement star of The Right Stud, and he’s got an offer I can’t refuse.
With a suitcase in one hand and a hammer in the other, he wants to move in and renovate my old house while he films his new show.
But my roommate has secrets, and they threaten to rip our blossoming friendship—and possible love—apart.

When push comes to shove, is Jax really The Right Stud or is he just another nail in the coffin of love?

My Review:

This is my first book by those two and man, they can write. I don't know how they do it, but it works perfectly well, their writing style. 
I loved the chemistry between the characters. Jax and Ash have that flirt going on, the spark every couple should have, and although he basically lives in denial about what he feels his actions speak louder than words. I also liked how they showed Ash as a woman who's not afraid to work hard and make her dreams come true. 
Add to that the quirky and unusual side characters and you sure have a fast-paced easy read at hand that's definitely a good summer read. 

My favorite part about this is how real Ash as a women is. I mean...  people always kinda expect us to be the good ones, right? The ones not ogling men, not drooling, but that's not true, and I love how Ash gets lost in the sight of Jax—as well as in his mind, his personality, and his support. Yes, that's all important, but let's face it, we still love ourselves a little something to look at.

Very real characters, close to life, and definitely not my last Madden-Mills & Louise book. 

My Rating:


Stay glam! ;-)

Sam


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