Series: First Impressions #2
Published by Entangled: Lovestruck
Publication Date: June 13th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Disclaimer: I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely mine.
PR specialist Miriam Ashley makes her living cleaning up bad boys. Mountain climber-turned-CEO Jason Sanders should be an easy fix. And with a nephew to care for, he’s motivated. The problem? Every time she tries to help Jason get his head in the boardroom, they end up in the bedroom.
What the hell is she thinking? He’s the definition of off-limits. Not just because he’s a client—he spends his free time risking his life mountain climbing. The same thing that got her father killed. She’s not going to open her heart to a guy who could disappear at the drop of a…well, she’d rather not finish that thought.
She needs to leave complicated alone, but every time she sees Jason, something tells her it’s her who might fall…
THE HANG UP is a very entertaining and quick read, with lots of laugh out moments, interesting characters and engaging dialogue, and I really enjoyed it.
What do a city girl with an aversion to any kind of outdoor activity and an outdoorsy and adventure-loving CEO of a sporting goods company have in common? Nothing… except a PR campaign and sexual chemistry. But can two people with reservations about commitment be able to resist the pull between them?
PR specialist Miriam Ashley has a major task at hand: present her clients with a kickass re-branding campaign, smooth out the new CEO’s rough edges and convert him from lumberjack to executive, which normally won’t be a hardship except they can’t keep their hands off each other long enough to actually get anything done. A very inconvenient attraction because Jason Sanders exemplifies everything she is trying to avoid. Having lost her dad a year earlier while on a mountain climbing trip, she isn’t willing to get involved with a man who enjoys such dangerous activities, but Jason brings out the fun-loving side of her and makes her want to take chances.
Jason took this job because of the benefits it provided his sister and nephew and with their well-being as his focus, a relationship is the last thing he needs but Miriam brings out the best in him and letting her go would be the most foolish decision of his life.
THE HANG UP is a sweet, romantic, sexy tale about opposites attracting, opening up to the unexpected and learning to live life to the fullest and I like that the delivery was humor-filled and lighthearted, with very amusing secondary characters to round out the story.