Sara is the youngest
Bradford. She’s always been taken
care of by her sister, Jessica, and brother, Sam. Things in her life have been
arranged for her from childhood. She never does anything alone. Now, life is
changing with both her siblings married and a baby on the way for Jessica. Sara
decides it’s time to go after what she wants and she wants Mac no matter how
resistant he is to the idea.
Mac is older than Sara and always thought of her like a sister until one day it all changed. Then one kiss from Sara and he can’t deny his feelings, but he can make sure he doesn’t act on them. Or can he?
Sara and Mac’s desire for each other heat up the pages and add to the conflict. Mac wants everything to stay the same and Sara simply wants Mac.
Sara gradually changes and becomes less of the princess that everyone believes her to be. She’s able to find out who she really is. There is one scene with a snake that gives me the heebie jeebies. Of course, I hate snakes. I must say I admired Sara more after that scene. She is far braver than me.
Mac is a smokin’ hot guy who doesn’t believe good girls are for him. Unfortunately for Sara, he thinks she’s a good girl. So she tries to become a woman he wants. Instead she finds the person she really is, which is exactly Mac’s type even though he didn’t know it.
Of course, there’s many bumps in the road to their happily ever after. Each bump had me turning the pages to find out how it would all work out.
I recommend this book to any reader wanting a sexy contemporary romance with fun and humor mixed in.
5 Stars: A must read
Blurb from Erin Nicholas’ website:
Warning: Contains hot sex at the beach, kinky online shopping and yes, cotton candy flavored body powder does exist.
There's only one problem with the woman Jason Mac Gordon wants: she wants him back. But she's off limits. Way off limits. She's his best friend's little sister, she's too young and too innocent for him. Mac knows from past experience to hide his not-so-nice preferences from the nice girls he seems to attract. That definitely includes the woman he's thought of as a sister for years. At least until recently...
Sara Bradford always gets what she wants, which is partly Mac's fault. He's helped spoil her for years. So she has no intention of taking no for an answer from him on anything—including his refusal to sleep with her. If he thinks she's too innocent, then she's just going to have to get un–innocent and show Mac that she wants him—the good, the bad and the sex toys.
But will Mac prove that he's not the guy she thinks he is or will she convince him that she's just his type after all?