Declan has made the biggest mistake he can make when trying to win over a woman’s favor: he was 3 hours late for his date with Jade. She should’ve known better than to try for the heart of the world’s biggest jackass. Now they’ve spent months dancing around each other as their best friends are together. And as enemies that are attracted to one another, the sexual tension culminates into a brief and powerful moment in the supply closet. He thinks he’s got another chance but Jade’s going to make him work a lot harder than he ever planned.
There’s nothing quite like an enemies-to-lovers romance. The tension between hero and heroine can make for some interesting moments. From heated words to passionate stolen kisses, Declan and Jade have electricity on every page. That being said, I really had a hard time following Jade. She seemed to go back and forth so quickly between admitting her feelings for Declan to hating him for being late to their date. I know it was their first date but I don’t think I can comprehend that much hatred for a man for THAT. He didn’t say anything offensive or rude to her. I thought if there was less time between Jade and Declan I could’ve understood their feelings towards one another better. A quick, fun read that made me want more of the other two characters as well!
The biggest mistake Jade Miller ever made was agreeing to a date with the World’s Biggest Jackass…
Stood up, fuming and, frankly, done with men, Jade’s not about to forgive or forget.
Except, with the voices in her head giving her conflicting ideas, and the man himself showing his smart, sexy, swoony side, she’s having a hard time staying away.
The stupidest thing Declan Young ever did was forget to make that phone call…
“Hey, I’m running a little late” could have saved him a year of frustration—sexual and otherwise—at the hands of a certain pink-haired spitfire.
All he wants is another chance, another night—the possibility of making it right. Which he’s determined to get.
The craziest thing is they’re crazy about each other…
Jade would rather believe that they’re enemies.
Declan knows they’re something more.
And that makes them both feel a little bit crazy…
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B. Cranford is a proud Australian living in the USA, a lover of books, breadsticks and bed, and the mother of two children who are far too similar to their father for her liking. A lifelong reader, she dove into the romance genre on the recommendation of her best friend and hasn’t looked back since. After three years as a blogger, she decided it was high time she finally finished one of the 12,002 books she’d started writing, and the end result was The Brightest Star.