**RELEASE DATE 4/18/17**
“5 Max, Assin, & Bob Dylan spit bubbles STARS”
This novel begins with our heroine Addison virtually homeless, jobless and single courtesy of “Addison’s Personal Apocalypse.” Meanwhile our hero, Max, is nothing shy of acting like the crabby A-hole his coworkers accuse him of being. He is a former Army ranger, who went out on a whim and opened a construction company and until one evening he had a simple ordinary life. (with ZERO female commitment!)
One quote I LOVED that summed up [both] their lives early on:
“All I could do was hope that somewhere out there, the universe was at work putting all the pieces into play so my puzzle would fit together.”
Due to unforseen circumstances, Max finds himself in immediate need of a live-in nanny. He posts an ad to which Addison desperately responds, as it would provide her both a home and a job. From the moment the door opens Addison’s bond with Dylan, Max’s daughter, begins to blossom. Their relationship was such a touching part of the book, and I found myself re-reading tons of the lines/moments between them!
The MC’s bond also beings to grow and form and the “should we/ shouldn’t we” romance “debate” sizzles. They have their fair share of roadblocks, but they both handle things very well.(i.e. adulting!) Kendall outdid herself with this writing, and I DEVOURED this in one evening. –> [read] I couldn’t put the darn thing down!
Overall, this was a witty, heartfelt romance from start to finish. Low levels of drama and angst, with heavy doses of H*E*A*T! A fantastic addition to the Roommates Series!
Blurb~ Max Alexander is nearing thirty-five. He’s built a successful company, and he’s conquered the professional world, but he’s never been lucky in love. Focusing so much time on his business and raising his daughter, adulting has come at the expense of his personal life.
His social skills are shit, his patience is shot, and at times, his temper runs hot.
The last thing he has time for is the recently single, too gorgeous for her own good young woman he hires to take care of his little girl. She’s a distraction he doesn’t need, and besides, there’s no way she’d be interested. But you know what they say about assumptions?
This is book 3 in the Roommates series, but each can be read as a complete standalone, as they feature new couples.
Love & Light