January 24, 2020

BOOK REVIEW: Twisted Twosome by Meghan Quinn

twisted twosome book cover

Racer is a total man's man.

He builds houses.
He works hard for his money.
And he's got a hot bod to show for it.

(If you've read My Best Friend's Ex from the Binghamton series, you may remember Racer's obsession with Little Debbie Cakes.)

While Racer is rough around the edges, Georgiana is as polished and refined as fine china. Although, delicate she is NOT.

Despite growing up in a life of wealth and privilege, G dreams of finding her own way in the bridal boutique business. Armed with a business degree from Columbia and a solid business plan, the only thing standing in her way is Daddy Dearest. He has other ideas about the role a woman should play, and he's willing to do whatever it takes to sabotage her dreams.

When Georgiana's father uses his clout in the construction industry to blacklist his own daughter, G finds herself in a precarious situation. She desperately needs help from Racer to complete the remodel on her storefront, and Racer risks losing the house he built with his own father if he says no. A partnership may seem like a no-brainer on the surface, but a previous encounter that ended in a shouting match has left them both with not-so-fuzzy feelings about each other.

Forced into a volatile situation out of sheer desperation, Racer and Georgiana must learn to work together without killing each other or falling in love. As per usual, Quinn has dreamt up some wild shenanigans that will have you laughing out loud and Racer's sweetness is guaranteed to melt your heart into goo.

"He believes in you, G. Straight-up, that man is a keeper. I know you're guarded, and you have every reason to be. But Racer? Even though you've never looked for or needed a knight in shining armor, that is what he is. Not as a rescuer, but as a believer. In you. He is completely and unashamedly there for and with you." 


OVERALL: ❤️❤️❤️❤️
STORY LINE: πŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“š
STEAM FACTOR: πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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