Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Review: Zero to Sixty (Body Shop Bad Boys #3) by Marie Harte

*****5 Stars*****

Yes! I've been waiting for Sam's story since book #1 and it didn't disappoint!

I loved the first two books but this series is definitely going from strength to strength. Each book tops the one before but they're all good. They're well written and are fun and lighthearted, even when dealing with the more serious back stories.

Sam caught my attention immediately in book one. I was drawn to him and just knew he'd have a good story to tell. There's more to the brooding fighter, who rarely cracks a smile, than meets the eye.

What I really loved about this series - but this book in particular - is the camaraderie between the men. It's perfectly depicted.

Having finished this book, I am now thoroughly intrigued by the elusive florist and just what her story might be and of course Lou.

This is a great read that you're sure to enjoy as much as I did.

Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer

Bad boy Sam + Good girl Ivy + Stray puppy = Damaged hearts learning to love again

After her last relationship bombed, Ivy Stephens is doing her best to put her life back together. She's enjoying her job, her apartment-and the cute little puppy she's seen hanging around. When she goes looking for him, she finds the stray in the arms of a big, burly, devastatingly handsome man.

Sam Hamilton is lonelier than he's ever been after his best friend's engagement. To give himself a sense of purpose, he takes in a puppy that keeps showing up around the garage where he works. The puppy has another suitor though-one who happens to be blond and beautiful.

Amazon UK - http://amzn.to/2hFxjHd 

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