Can't Shake You (River Bend, #1)
#1, River Bend
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Lovers to friends to lovers…could it get any more complicated?
One thing Carissa Brandt knows: spontaneity always get her in trouble. Still, she’s gone and jumped head first into an impulsive summer renovation project with her fingers crossed. When her contractor turns out to be a cheat, it seems her only lifeline is the proffered hand of Josh Hudson—the sexy Marine who left her aching for more than their single night together three years ago.
Josh has two hard and fast rules: never mix business with pleasure and don’t look twice at women his friends have dated, much less loved. It makes life in a small town simple—or it would, if he wasn’t harboring a secret with the potential to destroy his good name and the reputation of a woman he can’t get out of his head.
When Carissa finds herself in a bind, Josh’s integrity—both personal and professional—won’t let her fail. Will working together finally extinguish the attraction lingering between them? Or will the smoldering embers of their passionate rendezvous ignite all over again and set aflame the friendships they cherish the most?
Warning: This book contains a hella-sexy, inked up hero, a spunky heroine who isn’t afraid to speak her mind, smokin’ hot sex, and enough swearing to make your momma blush. For readers 18+.
A page turner from the start to the finish! I love all the main and secondary characters in this book and can't wait to continue the series! Carissa and Josh have an amazing story that pulls you in from the start! Definitely a great read and recommend for everyone!
Can't shake you!
Who'd want to shake him off... Not me anyhow. Loved it. Started off at the right pace and gave you time to get to know some history of each character. Steamy and hot throughout the book which is another plus in my book too.
Self-involved HnH. Don't waste time
Teenagers have bigger balls than this hero n they have more compassion than this girl. (Spoiler alert) --Not telling bfs that they r dating is childish. Not having contact with loving brother is selfish. Entire story was idiotic. Left in middle n i never do that but couldnt stand yet another dialogue on why hiding the relationship was neccesary n how horrible they felt for thier actions as if acknowledging them made these people better. Worst yet ending (skipped ahead to last few pages n i assume they came clean at some point or its even worse..) with a public proposal in middle of bro n bf wedding---SELFISH--