Alex Dawn is saying no to men. No to bad relationships, disappointments, and smooth-talkers. Focusing on her family and her job at Payton and Sons Automotive keeps her mind occupied and her heart content. She doesn’t really miss a man’s touch, until one night, a man shows up with the body of a god and a voice from her dirtiest dreams.

L.M. Spencer is only in Tory, Maryland, to scope out the town as a possible site for one of his company’s hotels. The British businessman didn’t expect his car to break down or to find the hottest little American he’s ever seen holding a tire iron, piercing him with bright blue eyes.

They agree to one hot night, one dirty deed to burn out the chemistry between them. But from their first kiss, Alex can’t stop saying yes to this man. And when Spencer’s company threatens everything she cares about, they must make the choice to stand together or apart.


I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s blog tour promotions.

I really liked this book. I have to be honest and say that this isn’t one of my favorites, but this book really entertained me, and I enjoyed it the whole time. I’ve read from Megan Erickson before, and I know that her contemporary romances are relatable, and her characters are very easy to like.

I think the hero in this book was all sorts of hot and tempting. Of course, the heroine was able to hold up her own against the hero, so I can say that they were well-matched. I couldn’t help but be excited with everything that happened in the book. I think that the steam in this book was just enough to keep things interesting while keeping it within the bounds of contemporary romance.

I haven’t read the previous books, but they’re all sitting in my e-reader, and I swear, I’ll be checking them out for my holiday reading. Also, I’ll be checking out for Ms. Erickson’s other books because they work great for when I jsut need a light contemporary romance to keep me entertained.


Megan worked as a journalist covering real-life dramas before she decided she liked writing her own endings better and switched to fiction.

She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, two kids and two cats. When she’s not tapping away on her laptop, she’s probably listening to the characters in her head who won’t stop talking.

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