Published by Self-Published on June 16th 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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All men have a wingman - it's the bro code.
I'd like to say I fit into that code - only I am missing a certain long, hard member that automatically allows me entrance.
That doesn't matter - because for him I'm the ultimate.
Well, in the grand scheme of things - his wing-woman.
Reign Braxton. Womaniser. Asshole. Douche of the century. Sexy as sin but as rule would have it - all sexy men have a problem.
Reign is still lusting after the one that got away.
Enter me. Wing woman of the century, make-ex-jealous extraordinaire.
It's my job.
Why do I do it, you ask? Simple - money.
Reign's obsession gives me a good lifestyle.
I am anything he wants me to be, all for a price of course.
But I go and do something incredibly stupid - I fall in love with my boss. My boss who is in love with his ex.
There are no prizes for second best.
I’ll be honest and say that I finished this books days ago but just couldn’t settle on a number rating. I felt torn because there were some aspects that I disliked about it and there were things that I loved at the same time.
First, I’m going to touch on the things that I loved. I adored how most of the men in Bella Jewel’s MC Sinners Series made a cameo in this story. For some reason I just can’t get enough of those characters and the way they were figured into the story was very much significant. The way the entire MC befriended and protected Tia even when she was no where near related to the MC was remarkable. I couldn’t help but swoon all over them again.
Call me crazy but I loved how such an “ass” Reign was. I know that sounds awful BUT because of his egotistical ways I thought it was so much more monumental when he eventually fell. It took him awhile to realize what he was about to lose but when he gets to that point I felt overcome with emotion.
“I’d do more that love you, Tia. I’d make you mine. I’d give you my world and my heart. And the nest thing about it would be that I know, I fucking know you’d give it all back.”
I liked Tia’s character in the beginning…I admired her for her self-confidence and being so gutsy and out-going. She was totally fun! And this is what I disliked about the book…when she falls for Reign I couldn’t help but feel frustrated with the person she had become. She had so much going for her and for her to be accepting of how he treated her I couldn’t help but feel appalled. You see, I’m one of those people who strongly disapproves of being treated like a doormat and in this book Tia was just that through most of the book.
Granted, she knew what she was getting herself into and Reign mentioned repeatedly what she was up against I still felt annoyed with the situation that she put herself in. Honestly, I wanted her to be more empowered and actually kick him to the curb or at least threaten to do so.
Despite being torn about the book I thought it was overall entertaining and I was delighted that with all Tia went through she still managed to obtain a great HEA.