Stuck-Up Suit

Good morning, bibliophiles! I woke up thinking today was Friday, and I got so excited, only to find out it’s Thursday and I still have more of the week to get through. Close, but no cigar. Work continues to kick my ass with my training schedule, but, I was able to sneak in some reading time yesterday and wound up starting and finishing my latest before I hit the hay. Now, I get to tell you all about it! I did a cover reveal for this one not too long ago, so I’m thrilled I finally got the time to enjoy the story. Let’s talk about Stuck-Up Suit by the awesome duo of Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward.

My butt is dragging at the office this morning because I stayed up late to finish this book. I just couldn’t bring myself to go to sleep last night when I only had 20% of the story remaining. I needed answers, so I powered through! Luckily, it was completely worth it to do so! This review is going to be a mess of jumbled thoughts because my brain is not turned on this morning, but let’s try anyway.

This was a fast and entertaining read, and I won’t lie, the last line left a little tear in my eye.

Graham and Soraya are a force to be reckoned with. He’s your typical cold-hearted billionaire, and she’s the spitfire columnist living in Brooklyn. When he accidentally drops his phone on the morning train and it’s retrieved by her, things get juicy. She’s nosy and has no problem prying into his life (aka, his phone), and winds up dishing out just as much attitude as he gives her once she actually goes to return the device. Her sassy persona winds up being a kryptonite of sorts for him, and he finds himself brought to his knees with the need to know more about this unique girl.

There were a few twists and turns that kept me flipping through the pages at rapid pace to see what would happen next. Said twists also added to both the drama and excitement which I’m a total sucker for (in my books at least).

One minor downfall was that I could’ve smacked Soraya a few times. She pissed me off a bit closer to the end, but then again, they both had me wanting to scream here and there with silly errors and miscommunication. I guess that’s just how some relationships go.

All around, it was a rollercoaster and an adventure with these two. If you’re looking for a steamy, summer beach read, go meet Graham and Soyara asap!

My Final Rating: five out of five stars


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