Unexpectedly Yours by Rebecca Shea

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Librarian Laura’s Review of Unexpectedly Yours

48704644._SY475_I got some major Pretty Woman vibes from this book. Well, minus the whole hooker angle. Highly successful, stupid rich, ridiculously gorgeous man falls for beautiful woman who lives frugally with a fierce determination to handle any and all problems without the assistance of others. Neither Drew or Gracie are the type to go home with someone they meet in a bar, but that’s what happens the night they meet. They plan to never see one another again, but fate proves them wrong. Andrew McPherson who lives in San Fransisco, is in town for business, having just acquired a large advertising and public relations firm in New York. It was the perfect time to get out of town, having caught his own brother in bed with his fiancé a few months back. Needless to say, Drew is not looking to start a relationship with anyone. Grace Morgan has worked very hard to get where she is today – a talented advertising agent. Sadly, most anything she makes goes toward her mounting debt from her mother’s medical bills. Gracie is the type of person who puts others before herself, even if it means living in a not-so-safe run-down apartment in Red Hook and spending little to no money on herself. She doesn’t have time for a relationship, choosing to spend her time working and hanging out with her loyal, fun-loving best friend, Jamie.

After an incredible night with Drew, and hardly believing it happened to someone like her, Gracie shows up at work on Monday to find out that Drew is now her new boss, having acquired her company to merge it with his family-owned company based in San Fransisco. Mic drop. How is Gracie supposed to focus on her work and giving it her best when Drew eyes are studying her during meetings and he insists that they start dating. She knows she shouldn’t get involved with her boss, but her heart won’t just won’t listen. This book is definitely steamy, people. If you are hoping for a clean romance, better keep looking. This story will guarantee readers a happily ever after, even if it’s totally not what either main character had in mind for an ending. I won’t give away much more of the plot, because I would encourage you to read it yourself.

Thank you to Social Butterfly PR for an advanced reader copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Book Summary

Intense. Sexy. Unforgettable.

They promised they would never see each other again, but fate had other plans.

Andrew’s entire life has been spent working toward one goal—to own the top advertising and public relations company in the world. He’s driven, ruthless when it comes to business, never letting anything stand in his way . . . until Grace.

Grace has worked hard to build her advertising career. She’s fiercely talented and dedicated to her clients. Grace has no interest in getting involved with a man when she knows her focus should be on her career and paying off her mounting debt.

Andrew knows better than to get involved with a woman who is completely off limits, but he never backs down from what he wants, and he won’t stop until Grace is his . . . only this might cost him more than he’s willing to give.

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Rebecca Shea Profile PicAbout Rebecca Shea

Rebecca Shea is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Unbreakable series (Unbreakable, Undone, and Unforgiven), the Bound & Broken series (Broken by Lies and Bound by Lies) and two stand alone novels, Dare Me and Fault Lines. She has also co-written two books with her friend, A.L. Jackson, The Hollywood Chronicles: One Wild Night and One Wild Ride.

​She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her family. From the time Rebecca could read she has had a passion for books. Rebecca spends her days working full-time and her nights writing, bringing stories to life. Born and raised in Minnesota, Rebecca moved to Arizona in 1999 to escape the bitter winters.

When not working or writing, she can be found on the sidelines of her son’s football games, or watching her daughter at ballet class. Rebecca is fueled by insane amounts of coffee, margaritas, Laffy Taffy (except the banana ones), and happily ever afters.

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Faker by Sarah Smith


Faker delights readers with a multicultural office romance that developed from two coworkers who really can’t stand each other…until they can’t stand being away from each other. Hawaiian born Emmie Echavarre knows how to fake her way through many things, especially her days in the office at Nuts & Bolts, a power tool company full of men. Being one of the few women in the office causes her trips to the warehouse to be anxiety ridden. Her friends know her as easy going and fun but at work she fakes a tough persona, placing a no nonsense barrier between herself and her coworkers.  One coworker in particular, Tate Rasmussen, an all American white boy compete with curly blond hair and burly physique, has always been hostile with Emmie, scowling at her from his office where she has full view of his perfect biceps and curly locks. Even though he’s ridiculously handsome and swoony, Emmie forces herself to dish out the curtness and coldness right back to him. When the two are placed on a charity work team together to build a house, things heat up and scowls and grimaces turn to kisses and smoldering looks. Turns out neither Emmie or Tate are as bad as they thought each other were. Thus begins quite the adventure of a relationship, including an unforeseen emergency surgery & hospital stay for Emmie and a tension filled high school reunion for Tate. It’s also filled with some laugh-out-loud moments and tender moments between Emmie and Tate once his rough exterior is peeled away. Hang in there, readers, you’ll love it all the way to the end. Fans of Helena Hunting’s The Hating Game and Christina Lauren’s rom-coms will enjoy this debut romantic comedy from Sarah Smith. Thanks to Berkley for the advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.