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By A Thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. I think I wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"Was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? My vagina seemed to think so."

Ally Morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. Even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. Juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. Because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

Dominic Russo, heir to the Label Magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. Being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. In the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"Can I get you a drink?" Rude Sex Hair was back.

"I don’t know. Can you?" I shot back.

"We’re fresh out of the blood of children, Satan. How about something that matches your personality?" She was saying the words nicely. Sweetly even.


From their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. Hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. Their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when Ally finds herself in Dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. And keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. But pretending is so much fun.

"Yesterday, I’d run into her in the stairwell. I’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. She’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

So, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. Ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if Dominic in a vest makes her salivate. Whereas Dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. Yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting Ally and making her life hell. Unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. And eventually all that tension will erupt…

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. I guess the only criticism I have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. Slow burn lovers will devour this.

"I’m not looking for anything", I insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"I wasn’t looking for you. But I still found you."

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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
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by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
that something is not being loaded. 5 hot mess stars ⭐

by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
what would be the next top two teams you like the most? In the s lang directed two significant film noirs with edward g. 5 hot mess stars ⭐

by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
Statement of account for all funds distributed to the general 5 hot mess stars ⭐

by a thread seriously made me breakout into a happy dance. i think i wore a permanent smile the entire time reading this book and the banter just made me giddy!

"was grumpy and rude suddenly the new hot? my vagina seemed to think so."

ally morales is the ultimate kickass heroine. even with all the hardship she is enduring, she remains vibrant. juggling too many jobs to count, she doesn’t need some uptight prick to get her fired from her waitressing gig. because in her current predicament, every penny counts.

dominic russo, heir to the label magazine empire, is uptight, surly and unrepentant. being forced to partake in the family business has him feeling out of his element and unhappy. in the event leading to his demise, his anger wasn’t meant to stretch that far, and getting the waitress fired; well he almost felt bad…

"can i get you a drink?" rude sex hair was back.

"i don’t know. can you?" i shot back.

"we’re fresh out of the blood of children, satan. how about something that matches your personality?" she was saying the words nicely. sweetly even.


from their very first encounter, they crackled and popped in each other’s company. hate at first sight, yet an unexplanatory attraction. their situation only gets a whole lot more complicated when ally finds herself in dominic’s employ, well actually his mother’s. and keeping away from each other becomes futile as they can’t ignore their interest. but pretending is so much fun.

"yesterday, i’d run into her in the stairwell. i’d asked her politely to get the hell out of my way. she’d offered—less politely—to help me down the stairs, head first."

so, here’s the deal, neither of them has the time or the inclination to date. ally’s life is barely held together by a thread, even if dominic in a vest makes her salivate. whereas dominic is consumed with a job policy that presently makes him miserable and a surname that attracts piranhas. yet it doesn’t stop him from desperately wanting ally and making her life hell. unfortunately, the attraction is real, and their dislike is the perfect foreplay. and eventually all that tension will erupt…

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and there were so many memorable moments that made this book simply charming. i guess the only criticism i have is that the reasons holding them back became repetitive and a little too annoying. slow burn lovers will devour this.

"i’m not looking for anything", i insisted, nerves getting the best of me.

"i wasn’t looking for you. but i still found you."
contractor. Yes vicky and lauren are alike, but vicky is more of a caricature than lauren - you cant go anywhere in a modern british city without seeing a lauren!

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