“Truth or dare?”
“I’ll take your dare.”
I don’t believe in Prince Charming, but when I met a handsome stranger on a rooftop his words intrigued me and his dares left nothing but temptation.
Then I learned the truth.
His name is Bryce Sexton. Media mogul, workaholic and a heart of stone. He’s broody AF and yet every woman in San Francisco wants him.
So why won’t he leave me alone?
Wherever I go, he’s there, trying to force his way into my world. What he doesn’t know is I already have a man in my life. A tiny redhead who loves Legos and Superheroes.
With every push, Bryce pulls me in further. Our pasts are laced with betrayal. Our futures are unpredictable. Our chemistry is explosive.
With each dare I uncover a truth, but he's exactly what I don’t need right now.
So why did I have to go and kiss him?
REVIEW Review by: Jennifer (4 stars)
The second book of the Sexton Brothers, and Bryce is in the same time frame as Austin's story. So we get some of the same events but from a different angle and perspective. Bryce is the workaholic brother, that seems to run the company single handedly, but this all comes at a price. Busy trying to make sure that their father and step-monster don't ruin what they built, as well as putting out the fires that Austin creates, Bryce has had no time for himself at all. Until he meets Tessa, the one person that makes him want to take time off. He puts the phone down for Tessa, even though the moment he picks it back up he has loads of emails. But will Bryce be able to do both, the relationship with a single mother and run the business and keep his own mess of a family going? Will it be too much?
So I liked book two way more than I did book one. The whole single mother and the CEO trope was done really well. With drama, funny bits, and a steamy naughty time or two, I found this to be a very entertaining story. I am more excited to find out what the step-monster is holding over their father's head than I am for Tanner's story. I give this 4 stars.