Wellington University wasn’t big enough for the both of us.
“The push and pull between their sizzling hate hooks you instantly. ” – Words We Love By Blog
“Such a great enemies to lovers read, and the tension was off the charts.” – Goodreads Review
“WOW…what a journey this book takes your heart on.” – Goodreads Review
“Of Boys and Men was EVERYTHING I thought it would be and then some.” – Goodreads Review
“The right mix of angst, drama and suspense intertwined within a terrific story.” – Goodreads Review
MY REVIEW: I love the premise of six brothers bonded not by blood but by the family their adoptive parents created. The five in college are know as the Ridge Rogues and are hot hunks that rule the school by being cool not by cruelty. First up is Ford. The broody, mysterious one with loads of attitude and issues related to his sperm donor. His first encounter with the new girl, Jolee, turns into a hate/love relationship. They love to fight and argue and then the desire takes over. Ford and Jo are a steamy pair. The romance between Ford and Jolee was sexy with a few sweet parts when the lovers/enemies really connected. The handling of the traumatic situations in both of their pasts were sort of downplayed, especially in Jo’s case and weren’t very emotional. A little strange to me. I loved the brothers and all their personalities and look forward to their stories along with Jolee’s roommates who are set up for future stories with the rouges. The story seemed a little formulaic with not a lot of real drama and a couple of strange twists. It was a quick read with a good family, friends and brotherhood elements but didn’t grab me like I thought it would. Seemed a little flat but for the most part the romance held my attention and Ford and Jolee’s relationship was a sexy success.