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Thu
Mar 23 2017 1:00pm

First Look: Sloane Howell’s Bossed (March 28, 2017)

Bossed by Sloane Howell

Sloan Howell
Bossed
LoveSwept / March 28, 2017 / $4.99 digital

One thing I can always count on when I read a LoveSwept book? The story will be fast-paced, the characters will have something to overcome, and the chemistry will be smoldering. Bossed by Sloane Howell is no exception. I whipped through this puppy like it was chocolate during that time of the month. Also like our favorite time of the month, my emotions were all over the place. I laughed, I cried, I felt my heart squeeze, and literally said, “Awwww,” out loud. And I almost threw my Nook because I was so frustrated with the leads in love.

Now, onto the meat of the story. It’s an employer-employee trope revolving around sports. We’ve got Ethan Mason, in his late twenties, and owner of the sports agency Mason and Associates. Jenny Jackson is a whiz with numbers. Thanks to being raised by her single dad, she grew up surrounded by sports and could recall every baseball player’s batting average. It’s like she’s Rain Man with sports stats. Only, she doesn’t have autism, and she’ female, oh, and she’s young and beautiful. She lands an interview for the staff accounting position at Mason and Associates. And if she gets this position, it’d be a pay increase to help with her dad’s growing medical bills as he fights cancer.

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Mon
Mar 20 2017 12:00pm

Fantasy Casting Kylie Scott’s Dive Bar Series

Twist by Kylie Scott

As we prep for the release of Kylie Scott's Twist and chat about Dirty for H&H Book Club, it's only natural to start casting the heroes and heroines in our heads! We asked our blogger to do one of the toughest jobs we have: Playing casting director and placing celebrities in the roles of each of the lead and supporting characters for the Dive Bar series (so far). Take it away, Tanya...

As Kylie Scott releases her second book in the Dive Bar Series, I keep imagining the characters on the screen. Big screen, little screen, I don’t care. In my mind, this series would make an awesome adaptation to film. Why? The characters are real. They’re gritty with struggles we all can relate to. And the male leads are not bazillionaires. Not that I don’t love me some bazillionaire romance. However, sometimes it’s nice to read about everyday folks. What’s more, they get to fall in love. Without further ado, I give you my very opinionated fantasy casting for Dirty and Twist (books #1 and #2).

Vaughan Hewson - Domhnall Gleeson (Lead in Dirty)

Editorial credit: Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com

Vaughan is a tall, lean, muscular, strawberry-blond tatted guitar-wielding guy whose initial few words masks a man deep in thought. A man who’s layered, with his own drama. Domhnall is just the man. We can easily paint tats on him, and we already know he can rock the messy hair and scruff. He’s a chameleon of an actor, able to play any role from pyscho-Hitler wannabe in Star Wars to a fur-trapper in Revenant to romantic in Brooklyn. He grew up in a musical family, playing fiddle. I say, it’s time to give this man a guitar.

[Check out the rest of the Dirty cast...]

Sat
Mar 11 2017 2:00pm

The Supreme Seressia Glass: Why You Should Be Reading These 3 Books

Spice by Seressia Glass

I first discovered Seressia Glass when her Sugar and Spice series crossed my path. I was googling or was it surfing Goodreads? Well, you get the picture. I was searching for recommendations that had diverse characters, and Spice repeatedly popped up. And so, I thought, what the heck. I’m so happy I did because I absolutely adore Spice. Sugar followed, and now I’m hooked on her Shadowchasers series (after finishing book one). So without further ado? I give you a brief synopsis of three of Ms. Glass’s works.

Spice:

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Spice follows Nadia Spiceland, a once-famous chef who begins anew by creating pastries for the Sugar and Spice Café. Her pastries may be seductively delicious, but her actual sex life? Non-existent. And love? Nadia’s not even contemplating love. Love is like a unicorn, fun to think about but completely make-believe. Right away she meets Kane Sullivan—a professor of Human Sexuality at the local University—after he frequents the Sugar and Spice Café. The attraction is immediate and who else to end her sex-draught than with “Professor Sex” himself.  And the professor has lots up his sleeve as BDSM is explored. Thank you, Ms. Glass for making our lead male half-Asian, whereby breaking down stereotypes that Asian men are wimpy and non-sexual. Kane is anything but. And our heroine has two doting dads.

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Fri
Mar 10 2017 12:00pm

First Look: Jess Michaels’ The Daring Duke (March 14, 2017)

The Daring Duke by Jess Michaels

Jess Michaels
The Daring Duke (1797 Club Series #1)
Jess Michaels / March 14, 2017 / $13.99 print, $3.99 digital 

I have a confession. Historical romance just might be my favorite sub-genre of romance. I know, don’t tell my alter-ego who writes Contemporary and is dabbling with Young Adult Fantasy. So, any opportunity to discover a new author (new to me, maybe not new to others), I will jump at the chance. I was elated I had the opportunity to review The Daring Duke by Jess Michaels. To sum up in less than five words? She is the bomb!

The Daring Duke is the first in a ten book series (and you’ll have to suspend reality for a moment) about ten dukes who form a club while still in school. I’m all about suspending reality because this means they’ll be nine more to come. If the subsequent stories are anything like the first, it’ll be a welcomed reading addiction.

James Rylon, heir to the dukedom of Abernathe, is the leader among these ten young teens. At age fourteen, he and his two best friends form the 1797 Club, named after the year of its creation. Future dukes from his year in school, and a few below, make up this ten-member exclusive club.

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Sun
Mar 5 2017 2:00pm

The Laws of Attraction in Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s Leather Pants

Leather Pants by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

With a title like Leather Pants, how can you go wrong? You can’t! Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s latest release has it all. It’s sassy and funny, it’s serious and digs deep, and last but not least, it has the happily ever after resolution I crave. Oh, and did I mention it has a rock star who rocks the leather pants? Of course it does.

The second book in the Happy Pants Café series features the Honorable Sarah Rae Alma and mega rocker and hottie extraordinaire, Colton Young.  From the start, this couple is doomed. Because this is not Colton Young’s first rodeo with the law, and it was Sarah who presided over his case. Just Sarah’s luck, with such a high-profile case, the media captured every Freudian slip from Sarah's lips. Normally she’s cool as a cat. But around Colton? The man is pure sex and hotness abounds.

Sarah gulped. God save me. Because this man...this man...He’s too sinful for words.  Not that she was into him. She hated bad boys. They were smug and all talk until it came time for sentencing...

But Colton Young could make her squirm merely by subjecting her to his hotness. Did he have superpowers?

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Fri
Mar 3 2017 3:00pm

The Slow, Steady Burn of Charlotte Stein’s Never Better

Never Better by Charlotte Stein

If you like books that are all about the tension and a slow-drawn out, yet delicious coupling, Never Better by Charlotte Stein is an excellent choice. The couple’s relationship and dialogue drives the narrative and our hero’s past is revealed at a painstakingly slow (no this isn't a bad thing) yet steady pace. The unknown and the intrigue is exactly what I love about the story. With each new reveal, we watch the two leads fall more for each other, resisting their fears, and allowing for the relationship to blossom. Moreover, from the prologue, we know there’s a connection between the two. This connection takes Lydia a good deal of time to figure out as more pieces of her mystery man are revealed.

Lydia Palmer is mostly broken. She recently survived a harrowing experience of being attacked and witnessing a murder. Over time, she realizes she must get some help so she can move forward with her life without freaking out anytime someone comes close or makes benign bodily contact. She heads to a support group and that is where she meets him.

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Wed
Mar 1 2017 10:30am

First Look: Colleen Oakley’s Close Enough to Touch (March 7, 2017)

Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley

Gah, I loved everything about Close Enough to Touch—though I have to admit—I went into reading it with a bit of skepticism. Because how can a woman who has an allergy to other humans ever form a romantic attachment? Well, I will never question Colleen Oakley’s writing abilities again. The story unfolds so beautifully. I laughed, I cried, I swooned, I groaned in frustration, then I swooned again.

Jubilee Jenkins has an extremely rare disease where she essentially is allergic to other humans. A Type IV Contact Dermatitis to foreign skin cells. So is this like bubble-boy? Nope. Totally different. Yet the consequences of her having skin contact is life threatening. Hence, after an event her senior year nearly kills her, Jubilee hermits herself in her home for ten years. Until she’s forced to interact with the outside world again and get a job.

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Wed
Feb 15 2017 4:00pm

First Look: M. O’Keefe’s Wait For It (February 28, 2017)

Wait For It by M. O'Keefe

M. O'Keefe
Wait For It (Everything I Left Unsaid #4)
Loveswept / February 28, 2017 / $4.99 digital

Wait For It is the fourth in her Everything I left Unsaid series by Molly O'Keefe. We finally get Tiffany’s story as she leaves her abusive husband, Phil, for good. Blake Edwards is the last person she expects to help her, especially since he’s Tiffany’s brother-in-law. The same man who paid Tiffany to never contact him or his family again. Sometimes pride is a heavy dose to swallow. But with Tiffany’s case, she’ll swallow her pride and then some in order to protect her children.

And that’s what I love about Tiffany. She’s got grit and heart and she’s determined to make life better for her children and herself. When she unknowingly crashes her friend Annie’s party in order to ask for help, the last person she wants to see is Blake. Despite knowing the man has no soul, she can’t help but be drawn to him.

Someone walked in front of the door, a big man in a beautiful dark-brown leather coat and a black T-shirt underneath it, with curls that picked up the light, gilding him like some angel in a renaissance painting, and then he was gone…

Blake Edwards.

My hate was a wrecking ball against that big beautiful red-brick wall that held me up. My unadulterated loathing for that man took my wall down in one swing.

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Sun
Feb 12 2017 12:00pm

First Look: Emma Chase’s Royally Matched (February 21, 2017)

Royally Matched by Emma Chase

Henry John Edgar Thomas Pembrook, Prince of Wessco and heir to the throne, is not looking for love. He’s the penultimate playboy and enjoys that hard-earned status. At least that’s what he wants everyone to know. Because if he were to reveal his true self, his fears and hopes? No one would believe him. Even more frightening, no one would believe in him. Ever since his brother abdicated his right to the throne by marrying a commoner from America, Henry finds himself in an unfamiliar position. A position where he must bear responsibility for his country. A position his older brother was groomed for, while expectations for Henry remained low.

Instead of taking the reins and risking the possibility he might make mistakes, he maintains his party-boy image and apathetic persona. Until his grandmother, the Queen, sends him away to think about his responsibility. But Henry’s not one to hide from the camera. Nope. Instead, he invites them into the castle and agrees to a reality show where he will be with ten eligible women vying for his attention and the possibility of becoming the next Queen of Wessco.

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Tue
Feb 7 2017 4:00pm

First Look: Donna Alward’s Somebody Like You (February 7, 2017)

Somebody Like You by Donna Alward

Donna Alward
Somebody Like You (Darling, VT #1)
St. Martin's Press /  February 7, 2017  / $7.99 print & digital

If you’re in the mood for small town romance between two average people, this is the book for you. Now don’t get me wrong. Being average is fabulous. I think many of us tend to categorize ourselves into that category. I’m talking, this is your food for the soul book where there are no alpha bazillionaires. Just two people getting a second chance at love.

So before I get into the meat of the review, a little prologue. Imagine this…It’s the early '90s, I’m in college hanging up my posters in my dorm room. And my favorite is one of a little boy and girl, say four or five years old? They’re standing in the middle of a wooded path in autumn. And they’re kissing. As you can imagine, it’s adorable.

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Mon
Jan 30 2017 4:00pm

First Look: Kelly Bowen’s Between the Devil and the Duke (January 31, 2017)

Between the Devil and the Duke by Kelly Bowen

Kelly Bowen
Between the Devil and the Duke (A Season for Scandal #3)
Forever / January 31, 2017 / $5.99 print & digital

No question, Kelly Bowen is an automatic buy for me regardless if I’m purchasing for my own library or gifting her books to all my friends. Why? Because I know when I open that first page, I’m in for a gourmet feast of literary historical romance perfection. Her writing improves with each story, the plot-twists nourish my brain, and the subtle humor and dialogue lift my spirits. All this and I haven’t yet shouted to the rooftops my adoration for the love story driving the narrative.

Can you tell I have an author crush?

Between the Devil and the Duke is the latest in her A Season for Scandal series. Remember Elise deVries from A Duke to Remember? Well, Elise’s brother Alex, also a partner at Chegarre and Associates, finds love at last. And the lucky lady is the bomb. Lady Angelique Archer is a genius with numbers. Like all of Bowen’s heroines, Angelique is no simpering miss waiting to be rescued. When her brother inherited the Marquess estate, worries about money and eating three meals a day should have been non-existent. Instead, all assets from the estate have mysteriously disappeared. Instead of crumpling into a pool of tears and complaining about their once-hefty coffers, she devises a plan to keep them afloat. By using her brain, of course. If she can remain incognito and continue to hustle the men at vingt-et-un, she can return to the club known as Lavoie’s and ensure that bills get paid and her siblings can stay in school.

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Mon
Jan 23 2017 12:00pm

First Look: Jennifer Probst Any Time, Any Place (January 24, 2017)

Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst

Jennifer Probst
Any Time, Any Place (The Billionaire Builders)
Pocket Books / January 24, 2017 / $7.99 print, $6.99 digital

What I love about Jennifer Probst books are her characters. They’re so real they’re almost palpable. Indeed, I feel like they could be part of my own circle of friends. It’s the same with Raven and Dalton in Probst’s second Billionaire Builders Series installment, Any Time, Any Place. Yes, Dalton is a bazillionaire and co-owner of Pierce Brothers construction. But he bleeds red just like the rest of us, and he’s not a caricature beyond reach. This makes him all the more yummy. Partner him with Raven Hawthorne who is a master mixologist and owner of My Place, and the fireworks crackle, explode, and then settle with a satisfying, ahhhh.

The moment Dalton Pierce sees Raven, he knows he needs her. Needs her near him, under him, on top of him. Hell, any way possible that involves skin on skin contact. Unlike most women, Raven is unaffected by Dalton’s charm and good looks. Plus, she’s not a fan of the Pierce Brothers, given what happened in their past. In fact, in her book, the Pierce Brothers are public enemy number one.

Thus, when Dalton hits on Raven, she’s not afraid to dish it out to this outwardly arrogant man.

[Kick-ass heroines ftw...]

Thu
Jan 19 2017 10:30am

First Look: Beverly Jenkins’ Breathless (January 31, 2017)

Breathless by Beverly Jenkins

When I first open a Beverly Jenkins novel, I’m giddy with anticipation. Because I know the woman is a queen among queens with historical romance. And when I finish, I’m two-thirds satiated and one-third frustrated…because she leaves the reader hanging. Yes, Ms. Jenkins…teasing us about the next book in the series is cruel and delicious all at the same time. And as readers of my reviews know, I’m not always the most patient when it comes to waiting for my favorite authors to release their next gem of a novel.

So...Breathless. This book has everything. A yummy hero who has overcome some flaws of his past? Check. A gorgeous woman who gets more revved up looking at numbers and balancing budgets than with the idea of marrying? Check. A believable courtship that leaves the reader flying through the pages? Check. Drama causing our leads to persevere rather than fold? Check.

It’s been years since Portia Carmichael has seen Kent Randolph. The former bartender for her Uncle Rhine, Kent eventually arrives looking for work at the location of Rhine Fontaine’s new ranch. Fifteen years have passed since Kent worked for Rhine. And for a shy twelve year-old girl, eighteen year-old Kent was larger than life. Back then, six years was a big age-spread. Now? Six years is hardly worth mentioning. Moverover, Portia has no misgivings about her future and love. She's past the stage of silly girl crushes and vows she’ll never fall in love, not after what she saw love do to her mother. Portia wants nothing to do with prostitution—her mother’s occupation. Portia's an educated woman now, determined to safeguard her heart.

[And then things get turned upside down...]

Mon
Jan 16 2017 3:00pm

First Look: Jennifer Blackwood’s The Rule Maker (January 16, 2017)

The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood

Jennifer Blackwood
The Rule Maker (Rule Breakers #2)
Entangled / January 16, 2017 / $17.99 print, $3.99 digital

What is there to say about Jennifer Blackwood's The Rule Maker? Two words. Flipping Funny. (Did you like the alliteration?) Picture this. I’m waiting in the lobby as my daughter has her viola lesson at our local music school. All the parents (male and female) are perusing their phone, or reading a book, or looking outside the window. You get the picture. They’re being respectful and quiet. And me? I’m on my Nook, reading along, enjoying the spunk of our heroine, Zoey Reynolds. Especially after she realizes she must work with the brother of her client, redesigning and renovating a dilapidated ski resort.

Problem one, he was the biggest mistake of a one-night stand.

Problem two, she’ll never have that awesome sex again.

Problem three? (Technically it’s my problem one) I’m snorting and laughing so hard, I’m leaning over myself, face in my coat, trying to muffle the laughs.

[Quite the conundrum...]

Wed
Jan 11 2017 10:30am

First Look: Tracy Wolff’s Flawed (January 17, 2017)

Flawed by Tracy Wolff

Tracy Wolff 
Flawed (Ethan Frost #4)
Loveswept / January 17, 2017 / $3.99 digital

The fourth book in Tracy Wolff's Ethan Frost series, Flawed, features Tori Reed, Chloe’s best friend, and Miles Girard, Chloe’s brother.

Tori is a mess, but we root for her, because she’s the heroine who’s had messed up parents, made a mess of her life, and well, wants to finally clean up her mess—all on her own. When a boyfriend from her past seeks to sabotage her reputation in order to pump his own publicity with the media, it leaves our Tori in shambles. Despite all her hard work to clean up her act, she’s the victim of a vindictive plot—no spoilers!

Enter Miles Girard,Tori’s best friend’s older brother. Tori still can’t forgive him for his role in hurting Chloe. Even though Miles sincerely didn’t know how his actions hurt his sister, and even though Chloe and Ethan have forgiven Miles, Tori still can’t.

Maybe it has to do with the fact that Miles is too smart and too good-looking. And he’s Tori’s number one enemy.

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Wed
Jan 4 2017 10:30am

First Look: Jessica Clare Dirty Money (January 17, 2017)

Dirty Money by Jessica Clare

Jessica Clare
Dirty Money (Roughneck Billionaires #1)
InterMix / January 17, 2017 / $3.99 digital

Jessica Clare launches a new billionaire series set in Texas. As the expression goes, everything’s bigger and better in Texas, and Dirty Money fits the bill. The hero, Boone Price, is one big badass oil tycoon, striking it rich on land he and his brothers purchased. Boone may be the wealthiest man in Texas, but he’s not about to pander to society’s dictates about how a man with money should behave. These societal expectations only piss him off even more. This new tax bracket he’s now perched at the top of? They scorn him, stick their noses down at him, and assume the worst based on his appearance. Because Boone hasn’t changed much about himself. He’s still straggly bearded, working the land, not afraid of dirt, and says it like it is.

No apologies for Boone, and I love this about his character. Outside of his loved ones, he couldn’t give a rat’s ass what others think as long as they respect him. Boone’s not above paying for that respect, nor using his money to shove that respect up everyone’s arse. Yet, Boone has such a soft heart. He cares deeply, even if he comes off a bit domineering. And Boone has his heart set on a certain lovely real estate agent he spies on a mailer. With this woman by his side, he’ll buy a classy home and secure himself with a classy lady. Surely, this is a recipe for respect.

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Thu
Dec 29 2016 11:00am

First Look: Manda Collins’ Ready Set Rogue (January 3, 2017)

Ready Set Rogue by Manda Collins

Manda Collins
Ready Set Rogue (Studies in Scandal #1)
St. Martin's Press / January 3, 2017 / $7.99 print & digital

Manda Collins rolls out her new historical romance series, Studies in Scandal, with brilliance. Immediately I’m swept into the plot of four young bluestocking maidens who have inherited the home of Lady Celeste Beauchamp. One of the recipients, Aphrodite Wareham, a.k.a. Ivy, travels by coach to her new home for the next year. And as you can guess, she encounters some difficulties. Luckily, Torquil Beauchamp, a.k.a. Quill, a.k.a. the Marquess of Kerr, is ready to offer the lady a helping hand. That is, until he realizes Ivy is one of the conniving women who somehow took advantage of his late Aunt, securing Beauchamp House.

Though she may be an independent scholar, Quill knows this seemingly innocent woman hiding behind her spectacles can’t be anything but a scheming social-climber, set on stealing the ancestral home that’s been in his family for four hundred years.

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Thu
Dec 15 2016 10:30am

First Look: Helen Hardt’s Melt (December 20, 2016)

Melt by Helen Hardt

Helen Hardt
Melt (The Steel Brothers Saga #4)
Waterhouse Press / December 20, 2016 / $15.99 print, $6.99 digital

Helen Hardt continues the Steel Brothers Saga with Melt. Though Talon and Jade’s story is woven into Melt, our main focus is the relationship between the oldest brother, Jonah (aka Joe), and Dr. Melanie Carmichael. For me, Melt is probably my next favorite of the four books released thus far, the favorite being our introduction to the Steel Brothers with Craving.

Dr. Melanie Carmichael is Talon’s therapist. When Joe finally recognizes he might need help, he decides to book an appointment with the psychiatrist. Upon his first appointment, they both become rattled by the chemistry sizzling between them. Several problems…

One: She’s his therapist. 

Two: He’s not ready to discuss his guilt over not protecting his younger brother, nor does he want to continue therapy.

Three: The only way to continue seeing her? To book another appointment.

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Sun
Dec 4 2016 11:00am

Raise a Glass to Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s God of Wine

Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s God of Wine is snarky paranormal romance at its finest. Her third in the Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. series focuses on the God of Wine and Intoxication, aka Acan, aka Belch. Yes, Belch. And what a fitting name it is for the God who is, well, always partying and intoxicated. However, a seismic shift in the universe has created a change with our Gods who will turn evil (if they are good) and good (if they are evil) unless they find their mate. For Acan, this could spell disaster for millions of people on earth. His powers already are too strong on New Year’s Eve, the holiday where everyone goes crazy with drink and partying. If he were to turn evil before then? Millions could end up dying.

So! Acan needs to figure his crap out, make himself presentable to women so that he’ll have a better chance of attracting his mate, and then make his match with said woman official, all before New Year’s Eve. With New Year’s Eve only a few weeks away, this doesn’t leave a lot of time.

Should be easy, right? Except our lovely Belch is crude, crass, overweight, and often forgetting to wear pants. Sure, he’s hired an assistant to make sure that he at least doesn’t go around streaking people in public, but when he’s always drunk and intoxicated, pants are easy to forego when Belch has no idea where said assistant even is.

[+Yeah, that could be a problem...]

Thu
Dec 1 2016 4:30pm

First Look: Brenda Rothert’s Hooked (December 6, 2016)

Hooked by Brenda Rothert

Brenda Rothert
Hooked
Loveswept / December 6, 2016 / $3.99 digital

I love everything about Hooked. But what in particular do I love? Cinderella trope with a strong heroine? Check. Witty banter that eventually turns into scorching chemistry? Check. Overcoming the past in a way that feels fresh? Check.

Miranda Carr is a business student putting herself through college. Not only is she breaking her back working two jobs, one of them involves reporting to a boss at a high-end hotel who delights in squashing her spirit. Regardless, she’s taking steps to finish her degree, no matter how long it takes. An untraditional aged college-student in her mid twenties, Miranda doesn’t let the stresses of life push her down. In fact, it makes her more determined to accomplish her goals. But everything changes when she cleans the penthouse suite of Jake Birch, hockey star and captain. Not only does she clean his apartment, but she has the audacity to tell him off. Miranda knows she’s about to lose her job at the hotel until Jake does the unexpected, and requests she be his personal housekeeper. Let the banter funwheel begin.

[Spin it!]