Girl Most Likely To

I'm always amused that when I pick up Barbara's books, I always skim over the sexy scenes in a bid to find out what happens next.

I adored the interactions of Wren, Adam and Tomas -- it would have been so easy for Wren to have been overshadowed by those two dominating men, but she definitely held her own and I appreciated that. Much of the book kept me grinning in appreciation of the banter and innuendo. The relationship dynamics between Adam, Tomas and Wren are also simply sweet. The way the relationship unfolds is believable, albeit a bit heavy on the coup de foudre -- love at first sight as described by bolt of lightning.

The dangers in the book are very real and kept me on the edge of my seat, never knowing when Tomas might be pushed over the line, if Wren was going to get herself in more trouble or if Adam was going to walk in on something he could solve.

If you're looking for a sweet, funny, hot read with a bit of danger and uncertainty, definitely give this a try.

Book Blurb for Girl Most Likely To

Wren doesn’t feel like the girl most likely to end up living happily ever after. Especially when Adam, aka THE BIG MISTAKE, comes back into her life. He wants a second chance but Wren’s afraid to risk another dent in her battered heart.

When Adam reconnects with Wren, he’s torn between wooing her and pursuing Tomas, the sexy guy in the flat next door. They both make his heart sing—how can he possibly choose? Or maybe he’s finally found a man and woman to give him the balance he craves.

Tomas knows better than to let his personal life interfere with his job as an undercover officer but he can’t get enough of Adam…or Wren. Or Adam and Wren, when they’re hot, naked and writhing together in his bed.

Suddenly Wren’s gone from the girl most likely to get ripped off to the girl most likely to get off. But it’s more than sex. She, Tomas and Adam have something special, something they’re determined to protect at all costs. Book Length: Super Plus Novel

Night Owl Reviews May, 2014 4.50