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Released: June 10, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Holloway #4
Published by Carina Press
“JUST WHAT HE WANTED is a great addition to this series, if not one of my favorite stories in it.” ~Under the Covers
What can I say? I’m a total sucker for sexy younger men that know what they want, have confidence, and have brains. That’s what Travis Yardley has to offer. He’s sweet and thoughtful, a hard worker, a sexy beast. I mean who doesn’t want a guy that’s just a tad rough on the outside?
We’ve gotten to know Travis a bit throughout the series, but Andie was new to town. Coming in to help her friend Lila with running the mountain resort she just remodeled. Andie just went through a bad breakup. But being that the resort is not the safest place for a woman alone, Travis is called in to help out with both manual labor and some extra protection.
Of course, Andie fights the attraction from the getgo mainly because she’s older than Travis and she feels that she can’t be with him because of it. But Travis is determined to show her that he wants her and that he’s not a kid. And lets just say he had my vote from the beginning!
JUST WHAT HE WANTED is a great addition to this series, if not one of my favorite stories in it. It’s sweet and sexy with a great romance that will just sweep you away for a little while. If you are looking for a light contemporary quick pick me up, then this will fit!
*ARC provided by publisher
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