Synopsis – Brodie King has only one goal – doing whatever it takes to become a pro boxer. The last thing he wants is to find his mind and body derailed by a luscious, shy librarian. Now all he can think about is coaxing her to come out of her shell and how he’s going to make her his.
Humiliated by the only man she ever let into her bed, Tabitha Simms took the job in Walton, MA, determined to play it safe and accept her life as a lonely, quiet librarian. She doesn’t count on Brodie, a tattooed, possessive boxer interrupting her life and bringing out a side of her she never knew.
I loved everything about this one. It’s the perfect comfort read. You know what’s going to happen and that’s ok, because it has all of the very best romance tropes. And because it’s such a quick read, 55 pages, there is minimal angst.
Tabitha is the best, she speaks to my book nerd self, I wish I worked in a library too. I wish I had her wicked fashion style. I wish I was brave enough to get on the back of my husbands Harley more. And Brodie is the ultimate male lead. Bonus points for being a boxer.
This book mainlines you all the good stuff, no waste, lots of sexy fun. Entertaining and endearing.