Series: White Horse #1
on March 10, 2016
Angus Hayes is as mean as a junkyard dog. Well, that’s the rumor Candy Wilburn hears before taking the job as his assistant. Hayes doesn’t disappoint. He’s a giant man with a big mouth and a bigger ego. In the town of White Horse, what the gorgeous and dangerous Hayes wants, he gets. Now he wants his sassy assistant.
Candy has no doubt Hayes will make a great lover, but she doesn’t want to be her boss’s booty call. At first anyway. Once he shifts from boss to friend and lover, Candy falls hard. Now she can only hope the filthy-mouthed outsider she loves will open his heart and learn to trust.
Junkyard Dog is a standalone romance with adult language, violence, and sexual situations.
5 Balls of Brass Stars ⭐️
When you judge a book by its cover….you miss out!
I’ve looked at Junkyard Dog in passing a few times. Although the blurb has always intrigued me, the dated cover in my opinion has always put me off.
After a fellow Goodreads friend raved about this book it was time to pull my head in and try this book and I was rewarded. It took one chapter and then I was hooked.
Candy, a single mother of twins has moved to a new town and is in serious need of a job. She hears of a position vacant because the owner Angus Hayes is going through his temps at an unspeakable rate. His reputation of being unbearable, rude, dangerous, and a total ass is incredibly true. This does not faze Candy, she’s handled worse. Not only did this author write a hero that is perfectly foul, but our heroine has enough sass and brass balls to make Hayes look like a pussycat. She totally nailed it.
This book is about two unlovable characters that prove that two wrongs do make a right. It was disturbingly funny, unapologetically dirty, and the verbal interactions between Candy and Hayes; priceless. Throw in the two adorable twins and I REALLY liked it.