Release Date: November 19, 2019
You might be wondering how you’ll know when your playboy ways are coming to an end. For some it might be an unexpected pregnancy (ahem… you know who), for others it might be finally landing the one woman you’ve always wanted (cough… I won’t mention any names). For me, it was the death of my mentor and the subsequent reading of their will.
The signs were there, they always are. But I didn’t notice them until it was too late, and my demise was complete.
Demise Sign #1 – You find yourself thrust into the land of responsibility and you don’t immediately hightail it out of town.
Demise Sign #2 – Despite being stuck with the world’s biggest Jekyll & Hyde, some sadistic part of you actually enjoys spending time with her.
Demise Sign #3 – Your family suddenly stops wanting to weigh in on every decision in your life.
Demise Sign #4 – Somehow you end up being the voice of reason in your tumultuous partnership.
Demise Sign #5 – You start thinking of other people before yourself.
Demise Sign #6 – You agree to put yourself in the middle of an Alaskan reality TV show that has both of you sleeping in the same tent.
So I keep wondering when I’m going to not be absolutely in love with one of the Bailey’s. Now that we’re through book 5, I’ve decided it’s not going to happen.
This book was a great edition to the series! My favorite part was getting more of Denver’s story because he’s portrayed as such a frivolous character in the previous books. One of the other things I love is how characters, like Cleo, get to discover the awesomeness that is The Bailey Family! Cleo and Denver both really grew on me throughout the story, and I love seeing them fumble around each other. I laughed, I swooned, and I was surprised, which is exactly what I want from a story!
Thank you to Piper Rayne and Wildfire Marketing Solutions for the eARC in exchange for an honest review!
Check out reviews for the rest of the series:
Book 1: Lessons From a One-Night Stand
Book 2: Advice from a Jilted Bride
Book 3: Birth of a Baby Daddy