No Romance Required
Faking it never felt so good… Cory Santangelo is used to getting his way, both in the boardroom and the bedroom. Lately he hasn’t had much opportunity to do anything but work, but one unexpectedly sexy night in a gazebo with Victoria, his gorgeous and feisty interior designer, changes all... show more
Faking it never felt so good… Cory Santangelo is used to getting his way, both in the boardroom and the bedroom. Lately he hasn’t had much opportunity to do anything but work, but one unexpectedly sexy night in a gazebo with Victoria, his gorgeous and feisty interior designer, changes all that—especially when they’re caught on camera. Suddenly Cory’s sterling reputation is no longer above reproach. Since his impromptu encounter coincides nicely with his need for a girlfriend to get his well-meaning, meddling parents off his back, he decides to ask his lifelong frenemy for a favor. To pretend to be his girlfriend for a month. No strings attached. The only problem? Vicky Townsend wants those strings tied all around her. She’s battled a long-suppressed crush on Cory, and their combative work relationship has only fanned the flames. When he suggests his needs are more than she can handle, she’s ready to up the ante. And her bargaining chip is lots of delicious, inventive sex. Until they discover nothing feels as good as making it real…
Publish date: August 12th 2013
Publisher: Entangled: Brazen
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
Series: Love Required (#3)
Review originally posted here: http://thebookpushers.com/2013/09/13/review-no-romance-required-by-cari-quinn/I’m a fan of Quinn’s books, so when she emailed me about her newest Love Required book, I was interested to see how things would work out between frenemies Cory and Vicky.Cory is a workaholic...
Cory and VictoriaEnjoyed this one. Cory was on the kinky side and Victoria had some things to learn. lol Full review to come on Fiction Vixen Book Reviews
I tagged this "friends to lovers", but it's really frenemies to lovers. Cody and Victoria have danced around each other since they were kids and like to snipe at each other. It's all good-natured fun, but they seem like oil and vinegar. Vic's older sister is probably better suited to the business-fo...
Best of the series so far, hands down. Loved Cory and Vic's chemistry and Cory's character over all. I didn't like the last forced scene in his office, though, and I think the book would have been better without it. Then Cory went and fixed my opinion of him with the balloon. I laughed and laughed a...