I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Marie Harte
Released: February 7th 2017
Series: Body Shop Bad Boys #3
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
“If you’re not reading this series or Marie Harte in general, what’s wrong with you!? Harte to me is one of those authors who I think pulls off realistic relationships but still manages to make them fun and sexy.”
~ Under the Covers
Man, I’ve been totally loving this series! ZERO TO SIXTY is the third book in the Body Shop Bad Boys series by Marie Harte. It features a bad boy in Sam Hamilton and a nice girl in Ivy Stephens. Now this book feels slightly different to the other books in the series because it has a softer touch to it. Ivy is a more of a reserved character and I think that affects the book a lot. She is also a sucker for a cute puppy and this puppy is what essentially brings them together.
As more and more of his buddies are finding love, Sam feels a little bit left out. He’s spending a lot more time with other people and that includes Ivy. Their romance is a slow burn, but it does heat up pretty quickly as you can expect since the heroes in this series are all smoking hot.
If you’re not reading this series or Marie Harte in general, what’s wrong with you!? Harte to me is one of those authors who I think pulls off realistic relationships but still manages to make them fun and sexy. I was smiling all throughout reading this novel and I’m sure you will too! I don’t want to say this book is my favorite in the series because I really do enjoy them all but this is my favorite so far. It mixes sweet and sexy in a delicious way. I’m already dying for the next one!
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