This single gal has had enough of the games, the BS, and the endless chase. I know what I want most, and it’s not true love. It’s a bun in the oven, and I’m not afraid to hit up my sex-on-a-stick co-worker to do the job. Ryder is gorgeous, witty, and charming — and he’s also a notorious commitment-phobe. That makes him the perfect candidate to make a deposit in the bank of me.
I won’t fall for him, he won’t fall for me, and there’s no way baby will make three.
There are four words every guy wants to hear on the first date — “your place or mine?”
When my hot-as-sin co-worker makes me a no-strings-attached offer that involves her place, my place, any place — as well as any position — I can’t refuse. After all, my job is like a coach and my latest assignment for the good of mankind is to create a fail-safe, battle-tested, proven guide of what to do or say to get a woman to fall into your bed — I mean, fall for you. So when Nicole says she’s game to work through my list in a hands-on way, I take her up on her deal even with her one BIG condition.
There’s no way I’ll want more from one woman than any position, anywhere, any night? Except . . . what if I do?Goodreads
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I love Lauren Blakely, she is for sure one of my top 5 romance authors. So I plan on reading or probably listening to all of her books. This one moved to the top of a list when I took a quiz on audible. I’m a sucker for a quiz, and yes I really enjoyed it.
Now this book has one of my least favorite storylines. A woman who wants to get pregnant, and somehow gets some guy to agree to impregnate her and then give up parental rights. I have no issue with the fact that this plot is entirely predictable – it’s romance. And this is a trope for a reason, but come on how is this ever a good idea?
My issue with the plot aside, I enjoyed this one. The characters were fun and I liked that they were friends first. There were quite a few steamy scenes, they were trying to make a baby after all. But it was the scenes of them just hanging out that I liked the best.
This was read by Arni Arndt and Sebastian York. Two narrators, I have listened to several times and who never disappoints. Both of them did a great job with the characters and fit them well.
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