He's Not My Boyfriend (Chin-Williams, #2)

He's Not My Boyfriend (Chin-Williams, #2)

by Jackie Lau

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BN ID: 2940155725305
Publisher: Jackie Lau Books
Publication date: 11/20/2018
Series: Chin-Williams , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 402,370
File size: 348 KB

About the Author

Jackie Lau decided she wanted to be a writer when she was in grade two, sometime between writing “The Heart That Got Lost” and “The Land of Shapes”. She later studied engineering and worked as a geophysicist before turning to writing romance novels.

Jackie lives in Toronto with her husband, and despite living in Canada her whole life, she hates winter. When she’s not writing, she enjoys cooking, hiking, eating too much gelato, and reading on the balcony when it’s raining.

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He's Not My Boyfriend (Chin-Williams, #2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ViperSpaulding 26 days ago
Alex and Iris make a terrific couple in this heartwarming romance! Iris is happy with her no-strings-attached lifestyle, not willing to risk repeating what she sees as the marital mistakes of her parents and grandparents. A one-night-stand with sexy Alex is just what she needs. But as much as he stirs so much more in her heart than anyone ever has, she still has to walk away for the sake of her independence. Alex locked his heart away in a secure box after his mother died, and he's not going to risk feeling anything ever again. So why does he feel like he's lost something important when Iris sneaks out in the morning? Then she finds out he's the site supervisor she has to work with. Sparks fly, feelings start tripping up their good intentions, and next thing she knows, he's having dinner with her and her grandma while she's insisting a thousand times over that he's just a friend. I absolutely loved the way Alex was willing to fight for what he knew they could have together. Once he decided what he wanted, his determination was sexier than ever. The coffee shop, the swing, the flowers, this guy really knows how to romance a girl! His scenes with his dad were almost heartbreaking, but necessary for his return to a life worth living. And his interactions with her grandmother were absolutely priceless. Iris endures far too many matchmaking attempts by her mom and grandma, but these attempts do provide much needed levity and shows her just how lucky she is to have a chance with Alex. The entire book was a joy to read start to finish, and I couldn't have loved it more. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.