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  • I love a good opposites attract romance

    Through out the years we saw Keely as the spoiled only daughter of Carson and Carolyn McKay. She was as wild and crazy as any of her brothers or cousins. Older now, she wants to start her own physical therapy business on her own without the help of her family. She buys an historic, abandoned building that needs a lot of work but it also comes with the clause that all said work has to be supervised by a restoration expert. Here is where things get interesting.. We had been teased in other books that there was something that went down between Keely and Jack Donohue. We knew Keely had dated his brother Justin and they were both friends with her brother Carter. It was during this time that impressions were formed against the other and they were not good. Keely had quite the sexual history and was unapologetic for it. Jack didnt want his brother around this kind girl and sabotaged the relationship.. And Keely being a McKay never forgot.. Now these two find themselves needing the other. She needs him to oversee her project and he needs a fiancée to advance his career and to one up the man who stole his ex girlfriend from him. These two were so single minded in what they wanted business wise they weren't thinking to straight when they agreed to pose as engaged. One they couldn't stand each other and were polar opposites in every way. Two trying to convince Jack's business associates was a lot easy that trying to convince a million McKays of the deception. But the age old adage of opposites attract was in full swing here. They might yell and scream at each other but the sexual pull was strong and they were combat-able and combustible in the bedroom. I read this book years ago and I still remember feeling so bad for Keely when she was taken out of her element into Jack's world of social events. As with all women she had insecurities about herself (which we had never seen before this book) and there are a few scenes that are hard to take when she is beaten down verbally by the horty-torty witch ex of Jack's. Jack was clueless himself on relationships and made some hurtful mistakes with Keely (for which he paid DEARLY for). I love a good opposites attract romance and with the fiery spirit of Keely McKay and the stubbornness of Jack Donohue the sparks in this one flew hotter than the Fourth of July. It was also an interesting change for the hero of the book to not be a McKay and see what all that man had to go through to be welcome into the McKay world..

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  • Keely is my spirit animal

    This is an outstanding book! It was so awesome to see the McKay family from keelys perspective and keely from jacks perspective. These two burn up the page and the sheets with their chemistry of a love/hate relationship. I don't think it is a necessity to have read the previous books to be able to read this one, lorelei james always does a great job in fleshing out her characters so they can be read as standalone books (in my opinion).

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