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Rascals – Katie McCoy


He’s keeping me up all night long… 

Emerson Hayes is sexy, arrogant, and has abs that would put a Hemsworth to shame. He’s also opening a bar with his buddies right below my apartment. Goodbye, peace and quiet, hello sleepless nights fantasizing about my hot new landlord… 

But when my stuffy workplace makes it clear I need a plus-one for our events, I have the perfect way to even the score. Emerson is A+ arm-candy… as long as I can resist taking a bite. Our arrangement is supposed to be just for show, but Emerson is like that fifth shot of tequila: tempting, intoxicating, and liable to leave me flat on my back with my panties around my ankles, begging for more. 

Maybe I should stay for just one more round… 

I’d like to thank Give me book promotions for sending me an e-arc of this book in preparation for the spin-off release book.

I loved the chemistry between Emerson and Alex, and the way they met in the elevator was hilarious! It was such a funny, cute, heartwarming story. I enjoyed this story so much and after reading the Young Elites it was exactly what I needed and it gave me everything I wanted. It was off to such a great and humorous start and I soon fell in love with both Emerson and Alex.

I loved that Alex was a lawyer a high powered female, who was working hard to get what she wanted and was willing to put in the extra work to get what she wanted. She made it straight to the partners of her law firm that she would not use her relationship with Emerson to gain business with his dad which I respected the hell out of. Like you go girl!

Emerson after meeting his dad you understood way more where his passion for the bar came from and how well he wanted the bar to succeed and I loved that he was so focused on it doing well.

I love that bar.

I also loved the side characters, Chase, Sawyer, Dante and Liam all of Emerson’s friends who also had a stake in the bar, I enjoyed how they came together to do it. I loved how we also got to see an insight to them as well and that they were so rounded characters and they felt incredibly real. I also loved Hayley (Emerson’s sister) I loved how she managed to boss all the boys around. I’m going to say it now. I think there is a thing between her and Dante. We’ll see if I turn out to be right because I’m sure each of the boys is getting their own story. I could be wrong about that.

As I say I really enjoyed the story, it was nice cute, angsty drama filled and I couldn’t have asked for anything better!

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