The Hook Up
Book 3, First Impressions
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Ellie Sanders is so over the fairytale, thank you very much. Content with her booming career as a purveyor of Madame Butterfly pleasure aids, she doesn’t need a man for anything—except maybe marketing tips. And, okay, a few fun nights with something that doesn’t require batteries.
Love, marriage, and family aren’t in the cards for Tyler Hendrix. Period. The Navy helped Ty put his tumultuous childhood behind him, but when a sexy single mom walks through the First Impressions door looking to take her business to the next level, he feels his carefully constructed “never-get-attached” walls crack.
As Ty and Ellie maneuver through a minefield of wardrobe malfunctions, plumbing mishaps, and the world’s most awkward accidental dirty talk, discovering they have more in common than scorching sexual attraction threatens to crumble Ty’s walls for good…
Each book in the First Impressions series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1 The Fix Up
Book #2 The Hang Up
Book #3 The Hook Up
I haven't read the first two books in the First Impressions series but I'm bumping them to the top of my TBR and reading them ASAP!
This book pulled me in and I finished it in one sitting. These characters are funny and their first meeting had me crying laughing. I loved the interactions and Elle's son Henry definitely stole the show. I can't wait to go back and read the other books in this series!
*This is my voluntary review of a second look reader copy*
Cute, quirky story
This was a cute, heartwarming story. It's about growing from a hook up to so much more. Learning you are more than your childhood but what you take from that childhood and put forth as an adult.
The characters are fun and quirky. Henry is an awesome little kid anyone would be proud to call their own. Ellie has a great job 😉😉 and spunky personality that makes you want to love her. Ty has a rocky past but has turned into an awesome man, if only he could see it.
Well worth the read