I loved this book. The interactions between all of the characters were so real. Family is important to Cyn and Foley, though each of their families are very different. Cyn and Foley are also not even close to perfect which makes them very believable. And, in a wonderful twist, Cyn is the driven one while Foley is just happy to work on cars. This isn’t the only unconventional twist. This book kept my interest from the first page and when it ended, I was ready to read more about the sexy mechanics. This is truly a must read!
Foley is happily working in the garage when Cyn shows up livid about the cars waiting for service being parked in her coffee shops parking lot. Tall and sexy, Cyn has Foley’s interest and several of the other mechanics’ interest almost immediately. The problem is, Cyn is really pissed. Can Foley get her to even give him the time of day?
Underneath the axle grease and tats
He's a gentleman
Foley Sanders figured he'll always be content with a life of cars and casual hookups. Until a run-in with Cyn, a statuesque firecracker with a hate-on for men, leaves him bewitched and intrigued-much to her annoyance.
Maybe Cynthia Nichols was a little hard on Foley, that muscular, tattooed, super-hot mechanic next door. But she's tired of feeling defensive about her size and has sworn off men. She's got a new job, new life, perfect plan. Foley has trouble written all over him-no way is she going to fall for his charms.
Foley might look like a bad idea, but underneath, he's all gentleman. Too bad Cyn's not buying it. What's a bad boy to do when the goddess of his dreams won't give him the time of day?