We were just two strangers. Facing a forbidden attraction, a chemical connection. Neither of us expected or wanted it to amount to more.
But I had never been drawn to a guy the way I was drawn to this one: my brother’s best friend, and CEO of the company where I interned.
Even knowing I should stay away, I proved to be too human, after all.
The chemistry was amazing.
The laughs were incredible.
I opened up to him in more ways than I’d opened up to anyone before.
But sex was as far as I’d go.
Just sex because he was too irresistible.
Just sex because I wouldn’t be falling for him.
Just sex because I’d leave in three months, and I’d like for my brother not to kill me, and for nobody to find out he was my wicked little secret.
He wasn’t the One.
He was just a womanizer.
But for a time, he would be mine.
Ratings: 4.5 stars
Pages: 300 pages
Story Format: Single POV
Published Date: 21th Feb 2017
Womanizer is the fourth book in Manwhore series written by Katy Evans and it can be read as a standalone so you don’t need to read the prior books to read this one, but I think you should read the prior books which will give you the background of the characters.
Olivia aka Livy is Tahoe’s sister yes, the one and only Tahoe from Ladies Man. She is grateful for her brother to hook her a job. She is tall and beautiful and blond so people assumes her as a bimbo which mind you she is not. She is super career driven and have her life plane out.
So, Tahoe hooks her up with his one of the best friend’s, Callan Carmichael’s company. He is the only last reaming bachelor in their group and has no plan in settling down. So, when he met Olivia he is intrigued and the sparks are flown.
At first Livy thinks the guy she is sharing smoke with is the mail guy, because he is not in Carma uniform and doesn’t take shit, well irony.
The thing I really love about this book was first that its office romance, hell yes!!! And the characters are not confused about what they feel and its clear where they stand with each other. Its quirky, romantic and full of angst. Godd did I love this book.? More than I think Ladies Man.