Thursday 15 November 2018

✪ Bryce (Sexton Brothers #2) ✪ Lauren Runow & Jeannine Colette ✪

“Truth or dare?”
“I’ll take your dare.”
“Kiss me.”

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?

ARC recevied for an honest review

I really liked and was drawn to  Bryce whilst I was reading the first book, Austin.

I completely loved him by the end of Bryce.

This story is on the same time line as Austin, so you can read this without reading the first book.

Bryce Sexton is all kinds of swoonworthy.  It was great to get to the man behind the suit (and oh my, what a man behind that suit!).  He came across as a bit cold in the first book, but all we saw was the business man.
Now he has met Tessa, the one woman who doesn't fall at his feet or into his bed.  She is snarky and sassy and her "baggage" is wonderful (I don't want to give anything away but you will love it!)

So many times in this story, more than the first book, I wanted to throw my kindle across the room as the Sexton brothers' nemesis raised their ugly, vile head.  Oh man, I cannot wait to see them come a cropper!

I really enjoyed watching our lovelies fall for each other, as well as seeing Austin and Jalynn's story from a different persepective.

We have had teases of the third Sexton brother Tanner, and we have a great set up for his book.

I can't wait to see where his story takes us.