When Liv Papandreas is fried from her job after hearing her boss sexually harassing another employee, she vows to get revenge. She needs help and the only person she can think of to help her is Braden Mack.
Liv is somehow immune to Mack’s charms. But when she asks for his help he sees his chance, inspired by the romantic suspense novel the Bromance Book Club is currently reading Mack and Liv set to bring down her boss.
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I loved Bromance Book Club. It was one of my favorite reads of 2019. One of my favorite things was Braden Mack. So the fact that this book centers around him is a big plus. It also centers on my least favorite character from the Bromance Book Club, Liv.
The story is very relevant. I loved seeing Mack and the book club guys going after a predator. What I loved was this had all of my favorite characters as well as some new characters that were just as enjoyable. One thing I did miss from the first book, was the focus on the book that the book club was reading. There wasn’t too much about that, and I found myself missing that element.
What kept me from giving this book a full 5 stars was Liv. I still didn’t like her, and though I don’t hate her as much as before, there were some actions that I thought were pretty unforgivable. She is not good enough for Mack. But Mack more than makes up for my dislike for Liv. He is just as funny and charming as I remember.
While I did enjoy Bromance Book Club a little bit more, Undercover Bromance is still a great addition to the series and if you enjoyed Bromance Book Club you will enjoy this one.