Excerpt from Amazon:
How to make a strong man fall hard? Refuse him.
Hunter Worth lives life to the absolute fullest. As vice president and head of brand marketing for Worth Luxury Goods, he’s brought his family’s business firmly into the twenty-first century. Ruthless yet charming, he’s now set his sights on the sexiest member of the marketing team. First thing on his agenda? Seduction.
Gracie Hayes needs her job at Worth—and she’s not about to let the gorgeous owner and her direct boss distract her—again. Orphaned, and with a rough childhood behind her, she’s worked too hard to compromise everything for a fling, no matter how tempting. Independent, strong and resourceful, she will fight off Hunter. She has to.
Flirting, stolen kisses, a few nights of scorching hot sex…Hunter has all that in mind and more with the delicious Gracie. He never figures he’d fall in love or that she’d deny him. How will Hunter convince Gracie he’s the one for her?
Warning: Contains yet another one of those sexy, bossy Worth brothers, though this one is too full of charm for his own good. Watch as he falls hard—and watch as she tries her hardest to dodge his every attempt at seduction.
I liked this book. It was a better read for me then the first Worth book. Hunter is an ass. He doesn’t seem to see women as anything other then a distraction. Gracie is attracted to Hunter but knows his game and has no intention of losing her job, or her heart to someone she believes will not stay around. Having been abandoned all her life, she doesn’t allow anyone to get close to her.
I think that Gracie needs some serious counseling but I can understand her reluctance with Hunter. She seemed willing to be co-workers with benefits but anytime Hunter tried to get serious she (literally) ran away. Hunter was supposed to be smooth with the ladies but he couldn’t seem to make any sense with Gracie. It was nice to see him screw up time and time again.
I would like to know why these girls keep getting pregnant. It seems a little redundant that Gracie gets pregnant, especially since she is supposed to be a little more street smart. All in all, a good book and I would recommend it to anyone that likes a good series read involving brothers.
Rated 3 Bookworms