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.
Man Card is the second title in the Man Hands series, by the writing duo of Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby. Enemies, turned lovers Ash and Braht appeared in the first title in the series, Man Hands and I was incredibly eager to read their story.
Unlike the hero in Man Hands who is a complete alpha, Braht is the complete opposite. He loves manicures, pedicures, facials, romantic comedies, man scaping and is incredibly fashion conscious. Despite his metrosexual ways, he is very much a ladies man, this preppy, fun, quirky character is incredibly loving, sweet, hard working and loyal, and he definitely knows how to talk dirty.
Ash is independent, head strong, sassy, witty and sharp. She’s incredibly self reliant, and is in no way a touchy, feely female.
This pair are incredibly competitive, smart asses, who work for the same real estate company. Their banter is fun, flirtatious and antagonistic. The sexual tension and chemistry between this pair is off the charts and the bickering and innuendo’s are a form of verbal foreplay.
The twists and turns in this title added an element of drama, and intrigue that was missing from the first titles, and whilst not quite as humorous as the first book I still found myself laughing out loud on more than one occasion.
If you are looking for a well written, engaging, entertaining enemies to lovers romance, full of wit, humour, heat and heart look no further than Man Card. I cannot wait to see what this incredible duo crafts next.
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