Sunday, September 11, 2016

Review: The 48-Hour Hookup (Chase Brothers #4) by Sarah Ballance

The 48-Hour Hookup


Who knew a sweaty photo would be good for business? 

Now unwanted booty calls are coming in as fast as work orders, and Liam Chase needs to get away. Cue a job upstate. His new client is hot as hell, but he left NYC to escape attention, not to hook up with the city’s “Runaway Bride”. 

With three disastrous relationships under her belt, it’s clear Claire Stevens’s judgment sucks. And what’s she’s feeling for America’s newest sex god? Obviously another hormone-fueled mistake. 

But when she accidentally fells a tree on his truck, leaving them stranded in a winter storm with a chocolate-snatching raccoon, there’s something to be said for body heat. 

Too bad neither can trust their explosive chemistry…
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I loved this sweet romantic story. It's a story about two people who are tired of being in the spotlight and want reprieve from media hype. One known as "Runaway Bride" and the other "Hot HVAC Guy". If they're together then scandal will never die.

It's not Claire's fault that her last three relationships were a disaster. And now she is being talked about. So taking a vacation seemed like a good idea. Hence here she is in her family cottage. Enjoying the cold. She needs someone to fix heating system. But what she doesn't anticipate is a fling with a hot guy...

Liam is tired of phone ringing and girls screaming at him. One picture gone viral and now suddenly he can't have a moment of peace. So when a job opportunity in the mountains comes he leaves the city. What he didn't expect was a tree falling in his car and him being stuck at the lodge with a hot woman...

So here they are both, thrown together, secluded and very attracted to each other. Can they risk a weekend fling? After all they don't have to see each other ever again.
What started as a fling soon turned into a lot more. Claire is one woman who might make Liam fall into love... and Liam is one man who might convince Claire to trust again...