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And Scott pursues Harlow as well. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

The book held my attention from beginning to end. Another insanely hot and enticing book from Max Monroe! And to be honest, I wouldn't be mad if we were able to get some backstory on the parental units that come from any of these series, that is how well they are written.

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She is a strong heroine, who, even though works in a less than moral job, keeps her integrity in tact. They're hilarious and just perfect!

Kudos to this writing team for their confidence in this book. Because he's not one to ever want to have a serious relationship and a white picket fence.

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Another wonderful novel by romance due Max Monroe. Every page turned, every story told, every character created. She is unwilling to compromise her morals. They could have reacted in an immature fashion, but their behavior, their words really encapsulate everything they are. This is a page turner romantic comedy.

But he's also an amazingly good guy. Dear lord, this man can talk dirty. Scott and Harlow act like adults in this book why is that so rare?

Welcome to the future of reading! He is not one happy camper. Unfortunately, I had a hard time connecting to the female character in this book. The day after meeting her, he ends up in the tabloids and a column written by Harlow Paige. Strap on those vibrators, girls, because Max Monroe deliver some scorching hot headboard rocking quite literally, in one case.

Somewhat to my surprise, I loved this book. Where Will and Mel shared awkwardness, Scott and Harlow shared reluctance. Just thinking about it makes me smile. And let me tell you he was smooth, charming and persistent with a touch of douchebagery. Dr Erotic is such a fun read!

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This This magical writing duo has done it again with the second book in their St. Harlow, though, makes her disdain quite apparent. But he's also a huge manwhore! He was soooo full of himself, that I honestly expected him to explode somewhere in the middle of the story.

From that point on, Scott can't get her out of his mind and basically stalks her, but don't worry she is totally on board and it's not creepy at all! In my experience, sometimes it's hard to top the lead off couple in a series, but Max Monroe managed to pull the impossible. Unlike Will who shied away from the notoriety he got as Dr. Was it necessary not to keep it in his pants after he met the h and was apparently attracted to her? They were funny and sexy together.

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They talked to each other and had conversations instead of going off the deep end and being idiots. The best and fastest way to find what you are looking for is to use the search box below or the one located in the upper right corner on every page. There was this premise revolving around Harlow that felt slightly similar to that of Dr.

Harlow is a celebrity gossip columnist who has an unfortunate injury from a glass headboard during a one night stand. While these files may not be considered e-books in their strict sense, they preserve the original look of printed editions.

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He convinces her to give a relationship a try with him. They owned their personalities and this love story. Thus begins their friendship. Scott is a guy who lives life to the fullest.

Harlow is a columnist at Gossip, a smut rag. From that poin Every time I pick up a book from Max Monroe, I don't think it can top the last one but I'm wrong every time.

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