"Collision Course" is the fourth book in the Body Shop Bad Boys series. Joey and Lou had me cracking up. I loved each character and I felt like I personally knew them. Joey is just a single mother trying to do right by her son but when Lou gets determined that he wants to be in a relationship with her, things get interesting. All Lou knows is that Joey fascinates him and he want's to get to know her better. As the relationship goes on secrets come to light that could potentially destroy them both or help them blossom together.
Joey’s son is adorable and can I just say that I loved seeing Del and her family in this. She always cracks me up. I really enjoyed reading "Collision Course". Lou and Joey went through real life things and situations which helped me understand them more. I went through this book pretty fast because I could not put it down. This book had me in tears and it was mainly due to the laughing. That being said there were some serious moments and I’m glad I got a chance to read it.
He's always had a way with the ladies
She won't give him the time of day
Sparks fly when two hearts in motion collide.
Florist Joey Reeves is working overtime to stay away from Lou Cortez, the ace mechanic with a reputation for irresistible charm. She's a single mom with enough on her plate—the last thing she needs is entanglement with the hottest guy in town...
"Well, hello there."
Joey glanced up and froze. The man who'd been haunting her sleep looked even better in the hard light of day.
"H-hello." She coughed. The guys who worked at Webster's Garage all looked larger than life, covered in tattoos, muscles, and that indefinable sense of danger they wore like a second skin. But this guy, the tall, Latin lover with dark-brown eyes and lips made for kissing, who had snared her.