Also by this author: Turning the Tables
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on March 31, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Fake Relationship to More, Friends to More
Character(s): Billionaires, Nerdy/Geeky
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A man she can’t refuse…
Accountant Cassy Morris knows she’s putting her heart on the line when she agrees to move in with her best friend, multi-millionaire geek Scott Thornton. The arrangement is purely business: she’ll manage his nanotechnology lab and find an angel investor for his revolutionary new product. But there’s a problem: she’s loved him forever even though he’s only ever regarded her as a friend. She’ll have to harden her heart to survive their arrangement.
A woman he can’t resist…
When Scott is named Seattle’s sexiest man, the unexpected attention from women threatens to get in the way of him meeting his project deadline. Once again, Cassy steps up to the plate, this time pretending to be his fiancé to keep the women away. But a lifetime of repressed sexual tension explodes within her and before long she and Scott are entwined in a passionate affair. Will Scott be able to convince Cassy to trust his feelings and turn their fake engagement into reality?
Erin: A best friends to lovers story is always sure to grab my attention and Mad About You by Joan Kilby was a sweet, fun story of just that. A geeky guy desperate for help from none other than his best friend made for a quick, sexy read.
Scott Thornton is a nerd. His company has just come out with an innovative invention and he’s worried about sabotage. Who else can he turn to but his best friend of over twenty years, Cassy Morris? Oh, and on top of needing her help with his company, he also needs a girlfriend … and a roommate. Kind of a big jump, yeah, but believe me the set up works. These two were all kinds of adorable together. The great thing about friends to lovers is there is already a history there, a connection with shared experiences and that’s what made watching these two fall in love so much fun.
Steamy sex scenes, well written dialog and some swoony moments made this a light, sexy read.