"Four Letter Word" by J. Daniels is the first book in a new series, Dirty Deeds.
I have never read anything by J. Daniels before, but I was pleasantly surprised by “Four Letter Word”.
It instantly captures your attention with the strong female lead, Sydney, and her unconventional way of sticking up for her best friend, Tori. After having her heart broken, Sydney decides to call Tori's ex and give him a piece of her mind. But, Sydney accidentally calls the wrong number which has her wrath aimed a Brian.
Brian has had a tough couple of months. He has been dealing with things he won't let anyone help him with, and he's had trouble seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. But the wild woman who calls to let him have it, sparks his interest and he doesn't want to let her go.
One of the more unique ways of having the main couple meet, it was exciting and funny. “Four Letter Word” is a slow burn for the romance, which is good. Insta-love is not what this book is about. I would say this book is almost too long. I don't know that everything presented in the book is necessary. The conflict happened very late in the plot with a quick resolution, which I feel like could have been done better.
Overall, it was very well done, and I can't wait to see what is in store for the other characters introduced. Anyone who is a fan of NA Romance (or Romance in general) should enjoy “Four Letter Word”.
Fate. Hate. Love. Lies.Which four letter word will change their lives forever?
Sydney Paige was never so mortified to hear the words "wrong number" in her life. She meant to tell off the guy who broke her best friend's heart, but unleashed her anger on a perfect stranger instead. And now her world is turned upside down by the captivating man who wants to keep her on the line.
Brian Savage is living a life he's quickly come to hate-until Sydney's wild rant has him hooked and hungry for more. Soon the sexy woman on the phone becomes the lover in his bed. But Brian has secrets, and the closer he lets Syd get, the harder it is to shield her from the devastating mistakes of his past . . .