{Review} Mr. Virile and the Girl Next Door by Gwen Hayes

{Review} Mr. Virile and the Girl Next Door by Gwen HayesMr. Virile and the Girl Next Door by Gwen Hayes
Series: Date by Mistake #1
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on January 13, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Player Falls in Love
Character(s): Authors
Pages: 60
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Online virile.com dating columnist Dane Martin has no plans to give up his reign as bachelor extraordinaire. He has a reputation to uphold, especially with the upcoming release of his book Coming on Strong.

Holly Winters, everyone's favorite girl next door, thanks to her blog of the same name, gives advice, but she doesn't always take it. When she meets Dane Martin, every fiber of her being warns her to turn tail and run. Instead, she risks her future as an authority on relationships, jeopardizing her upcoming self-help book for women struggling to find commitment among the Virile sycophants.

Has the Girl Next Door tamed the most Virile man alive, or is she just another notch on the bedpost?

Kassiah: Just looking at this title makes me wonder what the hell I’m doing, reading this book. It’s a fast read (only 60 pages), and it’s by an author that I like, so what the heck.

Two bloggers get set up by their agents as a ruse to drum up some publicity for both of their upcoming book publications. Neither of them expect for sparks to fly between them, but they do. Will they give in and if they do, will that lead to more than just one night?

I like Gwen Hayes’s writing and thought this was a fun book. It was romantic and sexy. If you’re looking for a fast, hot novella, check out Mr. Virile and the Girl Next Door–even if you cringe when you think of the title! I promise it will be worth it.

Kassiah

Co-Founder/Joint Editor-In-Chief at Pretty Sassy Cool
This is my bio. It will be updated whenever Meg writes one for me.
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