Three tattoo guns.
Five motorcycle tires.
That’s what I lost before I realized nothing good comes from dating my co-workers.
Usually, I don’t have much self-control. So, the fact that Frankie Grant is a hot, talented tattoo artist means it’s a damn miracle she hasn’t already been in my bed. But nothing can happen between us because Frankie comes with Jolie, her young daughter, and a crap load of baggage from her ex. And those are two things I never entertain.
Anyone who knows me—the screwed up foster kid from the wrong side of the tracks—knows I’m not the guy you take home to meet your parents, let alone your kid. But I also know what it’s like not to have parents, so things get complicated when Jolie asks me to be her daddy.
I might as well just slash my own tires now.
Piper Rayne, or Piper and Rayne, whichever you prefer because we're not one author, we're two. Yep, you get two USA Today Bestselling authors for the price of one. Our goal is to bring you romance stories that have "Heartwarming Humor With a Side of Sizzle" (okay...you caught us, that's our tagline).
A little about us.... We both have kindle's full of one-clickable books. We're both married to husbands who drive us to drink. We're both chauffeurs to our kids. Most of all, we love hot heroes and quirky heroines that make us laugh, and we hope you do, too.
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My rating: 4 of 5 stars - Would Recommend to a Friend
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The Roof Top Crew is a series I’ve enjoyed from the beginning so I went into A Co Workers Crush both excited to see how things would for Jax and Frankie, but also sad to see the series end.
Piper and Rayne delivered another well written, sometimes touching, sometimes funny book that took us places I didn’t expect.
We know going in that both Jax and Frankie have baggage along with a bit of an adversarial work relationship. How did Piper Rayne deal with that, well, you get to read the book for that. I will say that their approach was unique and left me with a huge case of the warm and fuzzies.
One of the things I appreciated about this series is that while the “crew” is somewhat large, the focus here is on Frankie and Jax. With this being the last book, we do see all of the other couples, but it’s in a way that is completely organic feels like part of the story. This book definitely wraps everything up on a high note and I am looking forward to what this author pair has coming up next.
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