Funny and sexy. The Last Guy strings together one humorous situation after another, rambunctious monkeys and drag queens may be involved, giving readers one reason after the next to laugh out loud from start to finish.
Rebecca Fieldstone has wanted an anchor position in her hometown’s biggest network news station for as long as she can remember. Her boss though, has different ideas of who should fill the spot. Rebecca cannot afford to lose focus, but every time the delectable ex-NFL quarterback and new sports director comes into her range of vision all she can do is think about is Cade Hill’s sexiness… and arrogance.
After one too many shots at a drag show though, all arrogance is forgotten after the best sex of their lives. Cade is convinced they have something worth exploring and would risk having an office romance if only Rebecca would give him a chance. Can he find a way to change her mind?
This office romance was fun, fun, fun! Ilsa and Tia make a great writing duo creating appealing characters, an enjoyable plot and a flow that kept me captivated.
Even though Cade is initially portrayed as douche canoe, he’s actually a really great guy. He’s smart and driven, a loving brother. He just wasn’t about to let Rebecca’s verbal provocations lying down, their verbal sparring was witty and hot, and once he cracked her defenses he was also supportive and caring.
These two had so much chemistry that doing the midnight organ fight once and under the influence definitely wouldn’t be enough. Even when they had to hide it at work because it would hurt Rebecca’s chances at the anchor spot. But as the heat between the two rises, so does the level of affection.
The Last Guy is a standalone contemporary romantic comedy by Ilsa Madden-Mills and Tia Louse. It’s lighthearted fun and sexy read, told from both points of view with a happy ending.
* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via The Rockstars of Romance. *