Sweet, sexy Tanner! Lauren Runow and Jeannine Colette topped themselves with this Sexton brother!
Tanner and Harper’s story is full of sexy fun, but also has a lot of sweet moments. I especially liked how torn Tanner was throughout the book about wanting to be the no-name artist that the sweet schoolteacher knew him as versus the heir to a media empire that had massive responsibility hanging over his head.
While each of the Sexton brothers found their perfect mate, I really liked that there was an age difference between Tanner and Harper. He’s the youngest brother, just 22 and about to finish up college. She’s 30, has had a few heartbreaks and is settled in her career. But they both throw caution to the wind and their age gap works wonderfully.
This is a series of standalones, but there is a somewhat interconnected story dealing the Sexton Media empire. The books can be read in any order, since they seem to take place at the same time. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
Catch up on the series here!
About the Author:
Lauren Runow is the author of multiple Adult Contemporary Romance novels, some more dirty than others. When Lauren isn’t writing, you’ll find her listening to music, at her local CrossFit, reading, or at the baseball field with her boys. Her only vice is coffee, and she swears it makes her a better mom!
Lauren is a graduate from the Academy of Art in San Francisco and is the founder and co-owner of the community magazine she and her husband publish. She lives in Northern California with her husband and two sons.
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Jeannine Colette is the author of the Abandon Collection – a series of stand-alone novels featuring dynamic heroines who have to abandon their reality in order to discover themselves . . . and love along the way. Each book features a new couple, exciting new city and a rose of a different color.
A graduate of Wagner College and the New York Film Academy, Jeannine went on to become a Segment Producer for television shows on CBS and NBC. She left the television industry to focus on her children and pursue a full-time writing career. She lives in New York with her husband, the three tiny people she adores more than life itself, and a rescue pup named Wrigley.
Jeannine and her family are active supporters of The March of Dimes and Strivright The Auditory-Oral School of New York.