White picket fences and fairy tale endings aren't in Roxanna Moss's vocabulary. If she's learned anything at all from her parents' failed relationships, it's to keep a lid on her emotions and the walls secure around her heart. As a PI in training by day and a writer by night, she doesn't have time for a relationship, anyway.
What she didn't plan on was Dr. Walker...
Chase Walker's piercing blue eyes and sexy smile make it difficult to keep her heart in check. Even solving the biggest case of her career can't distract her from the irresistible man heating up her sheets. Chase has her questioning everything she thought she knew about relationships, and denial can't change the fact that she's falling madly, deeply, and reluctantly in love.
|Publisher:||River Mist Media|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)|
About the Author
From that day forward, she swore she'd never again write sappy poetry of unrequited love. Instead, a sucker for smooches and happily-ever-afters, Niecey Roy now writes contemporary romance inspired by her sailor's sexy brown eyes and charming sense of humor.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Do you like books that make you laugh? Books that give you butterflies? How about books with a little steaminess? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to read Reluctantly in Love. Roxanna Moss is a very impulsive, bold-move kind of girl and her antics (and mishaps) will leave you gripping your stomach from laughter. She’s never been in love, nor been willing to let herself. She’s been taught that men leave. But the gorgeous Dr. Chase Walker gives Roxanna a run for her money, testing everything she thought she knew about men. Trust me, you need this book on your shelf!
I have been anxiously waiting for this final book to come out in the What's Love??? Series. Gen and Lexie were wonderful characters, but I've had a soft spot for Roxanna from the beginning. At the young age of eight (?), she nearly ran over the Gorecki twins on her pink scooter and they have been inseparable ever since. From the other two books in the series, I've been able to glean that Roxi has had a rough life, even though she has a really nice house and doesn't hurt for money. Sometimes, when we are deprived of the love of a parent at an early age, it leaves invisible scars that last a lifetime. I love how sassy and spunky Roxanna has been drawn in all three books. She's definitely got moxy and a heart of gold for others, but she keeps her heart locked away when it comes to guys. She wants nothing to do with the fairy tales Lexie has always believed in or the white picket fences that Gen was looking for. She wants to get her kicks when she wants them and be able to walk away when she is ready to. I was hoping that Gen would keep working on setting Roxi up with Matt's best friend (the doctor), even though Roxi wanted nothing to do with it, saying it would be too complicated to date her best friend's boyfriend's best friend. After being tricked into meeting Chase on a camping trip, she finds that he is someone that she would love to spend time with and they end up having fun on the canoe trip. He has her wondering about her rules and breaking them left and right. Even though she wants to deny the attraction, she finally has to admit that she has fallen, reluctantly, in love with him. But, will it be too late by the time she gets up the nerve to face him again? I just absolutely love Niecey's writing style. She draws you in and makes you feel like you are a part of this group of friends. I know this is the last book in this series, but I really hope we see more of these characters somewhere down the line. Don't miss this one. **Complimentary Copy provided by Author for an honest review.**