What do a wrong number text, a burning building, and a quirky florist have in common?
A hunky firefighter with an extra-large…hosepipe.
In hindsight, I never should have opened that text message. The last thing I needed first thing on a Monday was a picture of some stranger’s, um, eggplant, in my inbox.
I also should have replaced the batteries in my fire alarm, because my Friday night did not need to end with my apartment building going up in flames.
But it’s fine. It’s fine. Everything is fine.
I’m only lying in a hospital bed with more split ends than I’ve ever had, almost all my Earthly possessions have turned to ash, and apparently, they don’t serve wine to patients in this place.
But like I said, it’s fine.
Until he walks in.
The guy who saved my life. My hero. Noah Jacobs.
And the universe is amusing itself at my expense, because the dirty photo I woke up to on Monday?
DICK GUY: Six billion people in the world, and the person I sent it to was someone who compliments me.
This book was hilariously steamy from the very first page. I was literally laughing out loud within seconds of starting this book and it continued throughout the entire story!
It all started with sending a picture to the wrong number. But who knew that mistake could turn into something more? The first “official” meeting between Noah and Reagan was ON FIRE, literally. Their chemistry was just as HOT throughout the entire story.
The banter between the two of them was perfect. It was hilarious and you just can’t help but laugh out loud when you read it. I couldn’t put this one down. It was super funny, super swoony and such an amazing light romance.
This is the second book in a series, however, it can be read as a complete standalone. I HIGHLY recommend reading the first book through, because Preston and Halley’s story is equally as hilarious!