January 15th 2018
Rennie Road Books
Nothing ventured, nothing banged…
I still don’t know how it happened. One minute I was arguing with my arrogant competitor–our usual trash-talk over who deserves the larger commission. But somehow I went from throwing down to kneeling down…
It can never happen again. I don’t even like Braht. He’s too slick. He’s a manipulating mansplaining party boy in preppy clothes.
So why can’t I get him out of my head?
There are two things I know without question. One: Ash and I are destined for each other. Two: never trust a man with a unibrow.
Ash is my missing my piece. She’s the sweet cream to my gourmet espresso. And nothing gets me going faster than her contempt for me. They don’t call her the Ashkicker for nothing.
Eventually I’ll win her over…if my past doesn’t ruin everything first.
*I was provided a copy by the publisher in exchange for an honest review
It doesn’t come as a surprise when I say that Sarina Bowen is one of my favorite authors out there which means that I always have high expectations about her books either they are solo or books co-written with other authors. Man Card was not an exception. I love how funny this series is and I can’t stop loving this story created both by Sarina and Tanya.
Having read Man Hands before I already knew the main characters from this book which made me even more excited about it. Let’s be honest, Ash and Braht are some of the funniest characters out there so it’s impossible not to love them. First, we have Ash. Ash is one of those girls tha fights for what she wants even when she went through some bad stuff. She’s also the best at what she does and doesn’t take any sh*t from anyone. Who wouldn’t love that girl?? Then we have Braht and let me tell you, you have never met a character like him. He’s one of the most confident guys out there. The guy needs more maintenance than any girl I have ever met but you never doubt about his masculinity and what he likes. These were such awesome characters but what I loved the most was their relationship. They go from “hating” each other and bickering all the time to a really supportive relationship. They also understand each other pretty well which is always great.
Once again, I loved the writing. I was (and still am) on a weird reading funk while reading this book but it was still a fast read and both Ash and Braht had such distinct voices.
Overall, this was an amazing book. As I expected I ended up adoring this one and now I really want a book about Sadie.
Have you read this book? If so, what did you think about it? If you haven’t read it would you read it?