Series: Make Me #4
on July 1, 2019
In this red-hot scorcher from
New York Times
bestselling author Katee Robert, Trish Livingston meets her unlikely match in her brother’s best friend, the gorgeous Cameron O’Clery. They’re complete opposites—but that only makes the temptation hotter!
Trish Livingston desperately needs cash, so when her brother offers her a job while he’s on paternity leave, she snaps it up. She’s even willing to put up with his best friend and business partner, the notoriously grumpy Cameron O’Clery—especially when she finds out he’s very easy on the eyes.
Cameron hates people: especially peppy, happy people like Trish. He avoids her at all costs, until a raunchy late-night encounter in an elevator shows him that there’s a fine line between hate and lust. Cameron knows he’s broken the rules—and is resolved to keep his distance from her.
But Trish doesn’t make it easy. A work trip places them in adjoining hotel bedrooms, giving her the chance to put on a sizzling show just for him! When Cameron’s left wanting more, Trish is delighted to give him exactly that… Can either of them walk away from something that feels this good?
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3 Freckles Stars ⭐️
Trish takes a job at her brothers’ security firm. In his absence she gets to experience the full charm of her brother’s partner Cameron in all his irritable glory.
Cameron can’t decide whether he is more annoyed with Trish’s happy disposition or his attraction to her. His feelings are irrelevant as she is completely off limits.
Although sweet, there is only so much Trish will stand for. Between Cameron’s grumpiness, bossiness and mixed signals, it is enough to push her over her limits. From spontaneous kisses, elevator action and a steamy business trip away, Cameron can only resist so long.
Make Me Need was a quick steamy office read without much drama or angst. Just a story of bullheaded male denying his feelings over a ridiculous bro code. This read was enjoyable but unfortunately not very exciting.
‘Arc’ provided by Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion.