Just My Type (Just Everyday Heroes: Day Shift)

Just My Type (Just Everyday Heroes: Day Shift)

by Erin Nicholas

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Overview

She's his dream girl. Except for the fact that she's way too young for him. And way too sweet. And his best friend's little sister.

He's everything she's ever wanted. Except for the fact that he's convinced they're totally wrong for each other. And the stubborn-as-hell thing. And the her-brother-will-kill-them part.

But then she discovers cotton candy flavored body powder, pink fur wedges, and nipples clamps, and everything changes.

Well, except the her-brother-will-kill-them part.

** this title was previously published as Just My Type, the Bradfords book three**

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155643654
Publisher: EN Fiction, Inc.
Publication date: 03/10/2017
Series: Just Everyday Heroes: Day Shift Series , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 43,322
File size: 471 KB

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Just My Type 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 42 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The third book in the Bradford series. Great characters. Yes, Sara is a little spoiled but after reading the first two books you understand why. I like how the author refers to Sara as a Cinderella Story backwards. Fun read for a relaxing evening.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Talk about hot sex with toys. Sara's a woman who knows what she wants. Mac's a man who can give Sara eveything. Great Book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes she is spoiled, and yes she can be annoying. Did i mention manipulative? But the first two books help two explain why. I like Mac anc and i love his friends. The banter between them is hysterycal.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Start was brazen and sweet. At times it makes you want to cry and other times you might blush.
JennieF More than 1 year ago
Just My Type is book 3 of Just Everyday Heroes: Day Shift...wow just wow!! This book is about Mac Gordon, alpha paramedic and his best friend's younger baby sister, Sara Bradford. He thinks he's to old, set in his ways and into some kinky stuff plus Sara is much to young for him. Sara has been apart of Mac's life since she was 15 and is determined to show Mac that she is what he needs...so she tells Mac that she wants to explore her kinky side with or without him..his choice. What will Mac choose...let Sara explore with someone else or with him???
FaeScot More than 1 year ago
I've so enjoyed this series. This is the final Bradford, Sara the "princess", a protected little sister that lost her parent at 11 and was raised by the big sister Jessica. Her brother Sam has a group of friends who have watched over Sara and have all become her big brothers. The exception is Mac. He has always been the special one and as she's grown her feelings for him have become deeper and mature. She wants his romantic love and decides it's time to "go for it". Mac also is deeply attracted to Sara but she's his BFF's little sister and definitely "off limits" to his very adventurous sexual appetites. That's the set up and the adventure begins when Sara's been told a definite NO from Mac. She takes off on a caribbean vacation without telling anyone and disappears in a fit of independence. Mac finds out where she is and takes off to drag her home and keep her safe. Nothing like an island romance. This was just fun to read, Mac tied up in knots, Sara worming her way into his heart and both of them growing through their insecurities. Just loved it. Thank you Erin for allowing me to be part of your re-release review team. It's been a pleasure.
Cali-Jewel More than 1 year ago
Sexy sweet, emotional, fun, engaging friends to so much more romantic journey with a overprotective big brother and sister combo twist..... Sara Bradford is sweet, sheltered and everyone's favorite little sister (pampered princess) She is also determined to finally start taking her life into her own two hands and living it her way.... Mac is the man she has loved from a far for so many years and her brothers older best friend. He is sexy, charming, protective and always there for her no mater what... highly enjoyed these two finally seeing each other for who they really are and discovering everything together.
beausmommy More than 1 year ago
Mac has loved Sara for years. He’s been part of her life, through her brother, and has come to know her as the “princess” they all expect her to be. Little did he know, Sara wasn’t ready to just be his little sister or a pampered princess to the group. This is a hilarious book that you will absolutely love. If you haven’t already fallen in love with the Bradford’s, this one will seal the deal. From the wedding reception, to St. Croix, to Omaha and the small town of Oscar, Sara has Mac on the ropes. She is definitely one of the stronger females in this family although no one has really ever seen that part of her. And when she makes up her mind that Mac Gordon is her true love, nothing is going to change that...even Mac himself.. And aside from the love story, we get an awesome side story of personal growth. Sara becomes the strong, independent woman that you would love for your daughter to become. Plus her unique ways at making friends is very entertaining. Do not miss any of these Just Heroes stories. Erin Nicholas rocks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the story and the characters! Best book of the series so far. Highly recommend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have loved this entire series so far. Some of the time lines in this book got a little confusing towards the end and some of the characters way of thinking got a little annoying but I over think things! But the characters were still great and I laughed out loud a few times! I also love how involved the rest of the series characters are in each book.
nocturnus More than 1 year ago
  The Princess And The Freak This series must be read in order. The first book is Just Right (The Bradfords Book 1). The second book is Just Like That (The Bradfords Book 2). This is the third book. Sara is the protected and pampered princess of the Bradford family. She doesn't really know how to do much for herself but she has had enough! She does not need to be coddled and protected from herself or the world! She is a big girl and now all she.has to figure out is what she wants and how to get it! The real problem it seems is.that she is in love with an unattainable man who her family considers too old and too wild for her. How will she get Mac to notice she's all grown up now? If the age difference doesn't bug her why should it matter? Will her family ever let her make her own decisions?! Sara is not sure she can take any more of it! Mac feels guilty that the little girl he watched grow up is now his only true obsession. He knows that he should stay away from her... After all good girls are sooooo not for him. His grandmother warned him of this constantly. He is too wild. Too easily because Mac is in love with Sara... Maybe one of these days he will admit that... Or maybe not. Will Mac be able to behave? Or will he finally give in to himself and Sara? This was an unconventional love story with many twists and turns along the way. Too many people overlook what is right in front of them as they only see what they expect to instead of what is actually there. This is an awesome series and I can't wait to read the next book Just the Way I Like It (The Bradfords)! Each one sucks you in with it's fun and flirty vibe and they feel so real you never want them to end! ***This series is suitable for adult romance lovers looking for humor and plot driven sex scenes :)
Lori-Gonzo More than 1 year ago
Have to start like this:  I freaking love Mac!  He is my most favorite Erin Nicholas male character.  Is he perfect?  No, not by a long shot.  He starts out actually like a jerk who is not quite sure how to handle Sara.  He makes me angry in the very first chapter.  Not many leading males in books have done that.  But what I love about Mac is his transformation throughout the book and the way HUD character becomes at the end.  Total swoon worthy and melted my heart, with a few tears in between.  He finally got it!   Then there was Sara.  She was a fun sweet caterpillar who bloomed into a butterfly and spread her wings.  I totally loved the way age pursued Mac and went after what she wanted.  Just My Type of course would not be complete without all the secondary characters in the book whom I adore.  This series just feels like people I would know, friends or neighbors.  I love the camaraderie and laugh at the digs they give each other.  Great book in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series just keeps getting better and better. I loved that you could keep up with the other characters. I laughed and cried at parts!
TinaR19 More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in the Bradfords series and each book is as good as the prior books. I enjoyed it as much as the previous books in the series. I love how Erin has the main characters connect in all ways as well as continuing the lives of the secondary ones throughout the story.  Sara is the baby sister of Sam, and Jessica. They spoiled her along with their close group of friends so much that she was given the name Princess and it has stuck with her even as an adult. She has been in love with Mac for many years, and she always gets what she wants. The problem is she knows he sees her as being too young and Sam’s little sister. She’s decided to prove to him she’s a woman who can give him everything he needs. The first step is to go on an island vacation alone. Mac has watched Sara grow up and has secretly had feelings for her that he should not be having for the little sister of one of his best friends. He feels that she is too young and innocent for him, but also realizes that Sara has set her sights on him and decides he needs to find a way to make her stop wanting him. Mac finds himself following her to the island to protect her from other men while proving to her what he’s really like with women to cause her to stop wanting him and bring her home. There’s just one problem, he does not expect her to like it, and he’s not ready for her responses to his attempts at pushing her away. 
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