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  • Hilarious and Addictive Story!

    This was a short and cute little book. Fate has a huge sense of humor in this story for Archer and Georgia. They meet more than once in hysterical situations which once ends in a one night stand. Neither of them EVER expect to see each other a fourth time. What are the odds??? These two dealing with each other on and off for years is one of the funniest things I have read. Both try not to hate each other so much and seeing them realize they may actually have genuine feelings for each other is the best. A great book and I recommend to all!

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  • Loved Archer and Georgia

    Book 2 in the Twisted Fox series. We got to meet Archer and Georgia in Stirred and I have been waiting for their story and now it is here. Loved this story so much. A great enemies to lovers romance (one of my favorite tropes). They hated each other but were still drawn to each other. The chemistry between them was so hot. You will be pulled in from page one and their story will stay with you long after the last page. I can’t wait for the next story in this series.

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  • Love how Georgia melted Archer's cold heart!

    Georgia Fox is a good heart, optimist, and fun-loving gal but has an uncanny way of attracting herself into embarrassing situations like a fly to honey. She is the epitome of clumsiness and "Murphy's Law" scenarios that I've currently encountered. No matter how much she tries, she somehow gets entangled with Archer Callahan too many times and in the oddest of situations that one would think Fate was playing a good joke on them. Georgia somehow ended up with Archer/Chase later realizes that she and Archer would-be connected more than just one night. Archer Callahan (aka "Chase Smith") is a disappointed man. He's been let-down by his family too many times. He wanted nothing to do with the family business, let alone with his disappointing father but had to work there...until one day, he decided that he had enough. He traded-in being kind to being career-driven. He just learned to be the worst person and show it to the world. He wanted a simple and quiet life. He discovers later that it's not mean to be and his partner and good friend, Cohen, is the brother of Georgia who he had slept with! The chemistry is very intense and passionate - love/hate going on as early as the very first chapter! I love the banter that goes on between them! There were a lot of "coincidental meetings" for Archer and Georgia in the book. These meet-ups are the ones I look forward to since these are the absolute funniest part of the book. I snicked, chuckled, and laughed my way through their volleying remarks. Both of them seems to be keeping score each time! Georgia doesn't take anything that Archer throws at her "sitting/lying-down". She stood up and defended herself, even as she gets distracted with all is stature (very tall, I might add). On the other side, Archer, as he gets riled up, also gets distracted in his mind on what was going on between his brain and Grace. All joking around aside, both characters do have their own "issues". During those low points, they ironically also bumped into each other. Their own histories are sad - definitely family issues. It is rare but they did try their best to be resilient and "move-on" with their issues and from their attraction. There is a lot of "pushing-pulling" going on ...most on Archer's part. It's a lot of gut-wrenching confessions and more fights. I agree with Georgia's friends that she needs to think of putting herself first at the end of all this. The story spans weeks or sometimes months, which is nice and realistic to make the characters grow and realize how they are denying themselves the happiness that they both deserve. The story takes readers into Archer's world with his new business and later his strained interactions with his family and the legacy that he has to face. Georgia is a brave, and a very forgiving person - a saint! She is a big fan of second chances and is always on the positive side of life. She takes on the same attitude with Archer by giving so many chances to fess up but each time, he goes off and throws it to her face due to his fear and insecurities. She is also responsible for having Cohen and their mother work things out in the end..she's a pure joy to read up about! Archer's story and background were not fully realized till far closer to the end - with why he's been putting himself "down" with being with anyone. There was no way to have Archer "leap" into a relationship due to his "heavy past" and it all goes really full-on gut-wrenching each time. His 'defeatist attitude' is a downer and there are so many times that I wanted to "shake" him out of that slump of "doom and gloom" attitude. Ironically, his story unfolds later on before Georgia, and what she discovers about him that she realizes how best to help Archer in the end. Thank goodness! The ending is beautiful. It took some time but that's the reality with people who needs to get over things by themselves with their support system in place. For Archer, Georgia was the support system that he needed. She is a great woman to keep "fighting" for them, even if she feels that Archer has given up countless times. (Those are the times I just get so angry with him!) Without giving anything away, I am sure the readers will agree that the Charity did a great job of 'weaving' their story beautifully in the end. I recommend this book for readers who love enemies becoming lovers, second chance romances, and hot steamy chemistry! I really appreciate the length and build-up that will ensure the characters really dig deep to mature and grow for each other - to be better versions of themselves to their loved ones in the end.

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  • Amazing!

    I loved it, would definitely be reading the rest of the series!

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