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Title: Revved to the Maxx

Author: Melanie Moreland
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: September 3, 2020


Maxx Reynolds needs help.

His shop, house, and life are all in a state of disarray.

In desperation, he turns to the internet to hire a new employee, thinking it will make his life easier.

What he expects is a fellow named Charly.

What he gets is a quirky, sassy, red-head name Charlynn who runs circles around him.

And she’s all woman.

He can’t stand her.

He can’t keep his hands off her either.

It did not disappoint“Charly is the unabashed ray of sunshine Maxx didn’t realize he needed in his life. I enjoyed this book so much I read it one sitting and kicked myself for not savoring it longer!” – Donna Soluri, OnFrolic 

Five Isn’t Enough Stars“If Melanie Moreland wrote books like this for the rest of her life, I would be a happy woman. If you want a book that will brighten your world, make you laugh, make you sigh and make you swoon, this is for you.” – Carol [Goodreads Addict]’s Reviews

Maxx is grumbly, sexy perfection“It’s a wonderful small town romance with the best banter and the hottest scenes I have ever read from Melanie Moreland. There are themes of friendship, community, and letting go of a past that haunts my sentimental soul. This is a 5+star must read!” – Stephanie Rose, author of No Reservations

Sheer Perfection“I cannot stop smiling. Melanie Moreland packed sheer perfection (and a grumpy hero *swoons* ) into one fabulous book.” – B. Cranford, author of The Fear of Falling

Hit it out of the park“Revved is a sweet yet super sexy story about two lost souls who finally find their perfect fit. I would so be up for a second book.” – Becca the Bibliophile

“Can Iβ€”” She cleared her throat. “Can I buy you a drink?”

“Not needed.”

“Please.”

I couldn’t say no to her pleading eyes and frankly, I really didn’t want to. She had yet to remove her hand from my arm, and I had to admit I liked how it felt when she touched me. I sat beside her and Vanessa came over, sliding a beer my way.

“On the house. Thanks for taking out the garbage.”

I picked up my glass. “He took himself out.”

Vanessa placed a glass of wine in front of the girl. “On the house for you too. I like your style.”

The girl picked up her wine with a shaking hand. “That’s the second time in as many days I’ve had to rely on my self-defense class. I’ve never used it until now…” She trailed off.

I lifted my glass in a toast. “Always a first time.”

She nodded, seemingly in thought.

I sensed a story there. I assumed she’d been hassled already this week, but I stayed quiet.

She turned to me, holding out her hand. “Thank you, Reynolds, for coming over. I appreciate it.”

I looked at her hand, then had to tease her. “Is that safe?”

She laughed, the sound light. “Yes.”

I shook her hand. “You’re welcome.” Then I furrowed my brow. “I think Vanessa said your name was Lynn?”

She shrugged and muttered something about it being close enough. Then she grinned, making two deep dimples in her face appear. They were right by the corners of her full lips, making her expression mischievous. “You asked her my name?”

“You remembered mine,” I responded drolly.

She smiled. “Vanessa missed part of my name. It’s Charlynn.”

“Pretty.”

She shrugged. “A mouthful.”

“Maybe I’ll stick to Red. It’s easier.”


NYT/WSJ/USAT international bestselling author Melanie Moreland, lives a happy and content life in a quiet area of Ontario with her beloved husband of twenty-seven-plus years and their rescue cat, Amber. Nothing means more to her than her friends and family, and she cherishes every moment spent with them. 

While seriously addicted to coffee, and highly challenged with all things computer-related and technical, she relishes baking, cooking, and trying new recipes for people to sample. She loves to throw dinner parties, and also enjoys traveling, here and abroad, but finds coming home is always the best part of any trip. 

Melanie loves stories, especially paired with a good wine, and enjoys skydiving (free falling over a fleck of dust) extreme snowboarding (falling down stairs) and piloting her own helicopter (tripping over her own feet.) She’s learned happily ever afters, even bumpy ones, are all in how you tell the story.

Melanie is represented by Flavia Viotti at Bookcase Literaryβ€―Agency. For any questions regarding subsidiary or translationβ€―rights please contact her atflavia@bookcaseagency.com


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MY REVIEW: Spicy, spicy, spicy! The growly mechanic aka big guy is perfection with his hot bod, gruff personality and dirty talking. Panty melting! He’s met his match in the feisty redhead that turns his world upside down. A chance meeting between Maxx and Charly turns hot with their sexy chemistry and undeniable connection. When she turns out to be his new hire it is impossible for them to keep their hands and mouths and other parts away from each other. So hot and sexy! I loved both of these characters. Maxx is too sexy as the older man with a broken heart. But the sassy ball of energy that is his new assistant is a gal after my heart. Fierce, smart, sexy and an attitude that won’t quite. These two are outrageously perfect together. The premise of this story reminds me of another I read recently. A guy takes over his father’s automotive business in a small town and a go-getter beauty helps to turn the business into a thriving enterprise. The heroes in both books are similar with their tortured romantic past and reluctance to get involved. The heroines are different though. I really like Charly with her unusual sayings and ability to handle unwanted male attention. Great secondary characters especially Maxx’s crew. Maybe we’ll see Brett, Stefano or Chase in future stories. This is a quick, steamy read with terrific characters and low on the drama. Fantastic epilogue. Lots of sizzle and sexy times. Hot to the maxx!

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