Five nights. Two adversaries. Only one bed in their hotel room.
I’m at the height of my athletic career. Yet my arrogant brother is always trying to recruit me into the family business: a global security company so secretive that I don’t even know its name.
Pass, thanks. I don’t need a summer job.
But the jerk ambushes me with a damsel in distress. That damsel is Alex, the competitive, sassy girl I knew when we were kids. Now she’s a drop-dead gorgeous woman in deep trouble.
So guess who’s on a flight to Hawaii?
It’s going to be a long week in paradise. My job is keeping Alex safe, while her job is torturing me with her tiny bikinis. Or maybe we’re torturing each other. It’s all snark and flirting until the threat against Alex gets serious. And this jock must become her major league protector.
Moonlighter is a stand-alone novel. No cliffhangers, no prior experience necessary. Expect: a growly hero, a lady boss with no time for his attitude, and a war of wills and hormones. Bonus: a hunk wearing a baby in a sling.
A brand new series by one of my favorite authors….sign me up !! Even though I have read multiple books by this author, she is mostly known to me as the brilliant co-writer of one of my all-time favorite books “Him“. I have not (yet) read the “Brooklyn” series which this new series is a spin-off of. No worries though…it can be read without reading all that one first 😉
If you’re a fan of sports, banter, fun and sexy times, you definitely have to give this one a go. I will confess and admit that she had me at “hockey player“, which is why I will now also have to read the “Brooklyn” series.
Playing hockey is not all Eric does though…at least not if his brother has anything to say about it. And so Eric gets lured into doing some security gig while posing as a fake boyfriend to CEO and childhood friend Alex.
I really liked Eric, he was pretty awesome, and I also loved that Alex was such a smart, strong and independent woman…even if she was she was in danger and needed help.
I am definitely curious as to what’s next. Keeping my eye out