The Allure of Dean Harper (The Allure, #2) Series: The Allure #2
on September 28, 2015
From: [email protected]: [email protected]: You're a flippin' idiot
Good morning my dear, naive friend, I hope you're enjoying a breakfast of regret and sorrow
Because you sent me to work for Dean Harper, aka a control freak in a tailor-made suit. Sure he owns the trendiest restaurants in NYC, but c'mon Jo, his ego makes Kanye West look like the Dalai Lama.
He's the type of guy that only hears the word "no" when it's followed by "don't stop."
Working for Dean Harper would be like selling my soul to the devil... and before you say anything, I don't care if the devil has punch-you-in-the-gut brown eyes and an ass to match. My soul isn't for sale.
Regretfully yours, Lily
What are the chances of you stumbling upon this book before reading The Allure of Julian Lefray (The Allure #1) first? Slim to none, I’d say.
Which means you already know what to expect. You already know you’re in for a funny as shit ride through another great romcom from R.S. Grey, right? If not, I’m telling you now. 🙂
This is the story of Lilly & Dean. Or maybe I should say the explosive story of Lilly and Dean.
Lilly is Jo’s best friend (read Allure 1 first!!!!!!). As Jo’s main passion and reason for living is the world of fashion, Lilly’s focus is the food & beverage industry. She knows what a great restaurant menu should look and taste like, but she can also mix up a mean cocktail. A girl of many talents. 😉
Dean’s a restaurateur.
A bright light bulb should appear next to your head right now, as you figure out where this is going: Jo & Julian put in a good word for Lilly to work with Dean. Yes! Very good. There’s a slight problem to this brilliant idea: sparks will fly so much around, that everything will catch fire.
Oh, you’re asking why?
Maybe it’s because their both stubborn as hell? Maybe because they start by hating each other’s guts? Maybe because they push each other’s buttons relentlessly?
The best part of it all is that they’re hate for each other is funny as shit. I think I laughed more than I did on the first book in the series, if that’s even possible.
Again, there isn’t much else to say about this one, except it’s the most delicious hate-to-love relationship type of story I’ve ever read and you’d be a fool not to read it. Simple as that.