Gear up ladies because Warner is here to grab you by the ovaries!! Resistance is futile.
This book was just… FABULOUS
Warner, Tabitha Adelaide Brillford “It’s not my intention to be a diva. It just happens. I wake up like I’m flippin’ Beyoncé or something.” Warner Truman
“I used to strive to live my life for happiness, not money or status. I don't know what happened or why I stopped.”
Taddy Brill has always known that the one person she can always count on is herself. She’s been independent since she was sixteen and built her PR empire from the ground up. She doesn’t depend on anyone, that way nobody has a chance to let her down. So when “Big Daddy” Warner comes along, she treats him like all the others, even though she knows he’s different. Her walls are staying up, just where they belong. But Warner is not taking no for an answer… Unscrupulous
was a fun, entertaining, and yummy read that I couldn’t put down for a second! The writing was easy, but captivating and I didn’t want to tear my eyes away from the magic *wink*.
As fun and just all out fabulous these two characters were, they haven’t had a perfectly paved out life.
Taddy lived the high life as a child. Her parents had their problems but she never expected that she’d have their love taken away from her. My heart hurt
for Taddy. That prologue just gutted me because you could feel
how confused and heartbroken she was. “You could still act as if she’s your daughter,” her mother cried.
That just broke my heart.
Warner has also gone through some really tough situations and it just made me love him more. This sexy, man beast and his soft side captured my heart.
How I loved
Taddy!! Her personality and being
kept me laughing in shock throughout the whole book. That pedicure scene with the chair had me on the floor laughing. Poor guy… Unscrupulous
is a book I’d recommend for anybody in need of a hilarious, sexy time read!
Now onto Lex’s story and my prince charming… **ARC courtesy of the author via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review**
__________________________________________More of my Manhattanites reviews:
Undressed (The Manhattanites, #1)