Tuesday, June 16, 2015

REVIEW - Big Bad Wolfe - Elle Doolittle

 TITLE: Big Bad Wolfe

AUTHOR: Elle Doolittle



Sarah Maxwell had spent years trying to forget one man. She buried herself in her family's business for nine years, trying to forget the scent of his skin and the way his body felt against hers.

How could one night mean so much? Do so much damage?

Self-made and very successful businessman Falon Wolfe can't get a certain luscious redhead out of his head. He travels the world turning failing companies around by any means necessary. In his private life, he’s hardly without female companionship. But no one gets in. No one stays.

At the request of his grandfather, Falon finds himself at Maxwell, Williams and Blake, a place he vowed never to return to. Sarah Maxwell stirred something in him he hadn’t felt in a very long time, and he wanted nothing to do with it.

What he did want was Sarah, as many ways as possible, while he was in Chicago. And when the job was done, so was she. That’s the way it worked with Falon Wolfe and the women he bedded; always had and always will.

The past has caught up with them. A future together looks impossible. The only thing either of them knows for certain is being together means they will both have to learn to break their own rules.


 *contains spoilers*

Everyone knows that couple who at one point weren't even on each others radar. This book is basically that.
Sarah first met Falon when she was a freshman in college. He was a senior and she was friends with his roommate.
One drunken night Falon woke up to find, Sarah in his room looking for his roommate.
Needless to say one thing led to another and they hooked up. Only for Falon not to remember the next day leaving Sarah heartbroken.
Falon thought it was a dream and had no idea who the girl was.
Nine years later a feisty little red head corners him in a boardroom in front of her colleagues.
Leading to Falon wanting to know more about this mystery girl.
The sexual tension was ridiculously thick between the two and once again ended up in bed.
All Sarah wanted to do was bring back the man she admired in college. The Falon in front of her was cold, calculated, and focused solely on work.
She wanted to bring life back into him. Falon wanted to consume Sarah.
Long story short they get their HEA after some misunderstandings.
I enjoyed this book. My only real problem for me was misspellings and forgotten spaces. I felt like I was reading a hash tag without the actual hash tag.


**I was given an ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review**



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