“Sexy, heartfelt--did I mention sexy? With the perfect touch of the forbidden, Melanie Harlow has outdone herself with single dad Mack and Frannie’s story!”
-- Ilsa Madden-Mills, Wall Street Journal bestselling author
Irresistible, an all-new fun and swoony standalone from USA Today bestselling author Melanie Harlow, is available now!
I’m a full-time single dad to three daughters and CFO at Cloverleigh Farms. I don’t have time to fall in love—I’m too busy trying to run a business, keep the red socks out of the white laundry, and get the damn pillowcases on without owing a dollar to the swear jar. Sure, Frannie Sawyer is beautiful and sweet, but she’s twenty-seven, the boss’s daughter, and my new part-time nanny—which means she’s completely off-limits. It’s bad enough I can’t stop fantasizing about her, what kind of jerk would I be if I acted on the impulse to kiss her? (Exactly the kind of jerk you’re thinking.) Actually, I’m worse than that—because I didn’t stop with a kiss, and now I can’t stay away. She makes me feel like myself again. She reminds me what it’s like to want something just for me. She’s everything I ever needed, but nothing I ever imagined. I’m a former Marine. I should have had the strength to resist her from the start. But I didn’t. And now I have to choose between the life I want and the life she deserves. Even if it means giving her up.
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I was holding my breath.
I wasn’t even sure why, but it was something about the way Mack was looking at me. And the tension in his body—the taut muscles in his neck. The grip of his fingers on the edge of the counter. The set of his jaw. It gave the impression of restraint. Like he was holding himself back.
Something unfamiliar hummed in the air between us. I could feel it—he wanted me the way I wanted him.
No wonder I couldn’t breathe.
Then he cleared his throat and turned away from me, cutting off the current. “Sure. Everybody needs to make mistakes now and then.”
I’d forgotten I’d even asked the question.
He turned the sink on, rinsed his dishes, and placed them in the dishwasher. I stood there staring at his muscular back, at the width of his shoulders, at the snug fit of his jeans on his butt. If I were his and he were mine, I’d go over and wrap my arms around his waist, press my cheek to his back. Then he’d turn around, winding his arms around me. He’d lower his lips to mine, and--
“I should get you home,” he said, interrupting my fantasy. “Want to grab your coat?”
“Sure.” But I didn’t really want to leave. I wanted to stay in this warm, chaotic house with him and the girls. Pretend I belonged here. Pretend I belonged to him.
A single dad romance.
My second book by by Melanie Harlow and I enjoyed it.
I previously listened to Some sort of Love in Audio and absolutely loved that book, I really need to read more from this author.
Irresistible was heartwarming, sweet, funny and hot in all the right places.
Mac is a single dad to three girls, he works at Cloverleigh were Frannie also works which is how they meet.
Frannie's parents own Cloverleigh and because of heart problems when she was younger they have sheltered Frannie. When her sisters went to school, college and adventures, Frannie was the one who was left at home, home schooled and even when older worked for her parents.
I felt sorry for Frannie, I liked her, she was a sweet 27 year old with no life experiences who also had the hots for her co-worker Mack, a single dad and 10 years her senior for a while.
Mack was charming when he needed to be, he also had a dirty mouth in tbe bedroom and on accasion put of it and his girls had plenty of money in the swear jar which at times was funny.
Irresistible is a friends to lovers story with a great feel to it, very little drama and an easy read. The first book in the series and I Will definitely be looking forward to the next book which is Frannie's sister Chloe.
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