Title: Hard Sell
Author: Lauren Layne
Genre: Romance, Fiction
Pages: 252 (I’ve read Kindle copy)
Publication date:(Expected publication:) September 4th 2018 by Montlake Romance
Matt Canon the youngest broker in the Wolfe Investments and Wall Street too is in trouble. After a wild bachelor party night in Vegas, he is qualified as a wicked and he starts to lose his clients one by one. So, his bosses the “Sems” give him final demand he must find a girlfriend or he will be fired.
Only one person could help him? But, will she do it?
Hard Sell is the second book from a Wall Street series and I love it so much. I like when the minor character from the first book Matt and Sabrina become the main characters in this one, it’s like I know all of them Lara, Ian, Kate, and Kennedy. After reading this installment I’m looking forward to reading the next one.
Matt is a wonder kid as everyone called him; he is very good with the numbers and the women.
He looks mostly the same as always. Impeccably styled blond hair. Blue eyes that can go from playful to guard in the span of the single breath. His suit’s a dark navy today, the slim silver tie keeping the look modern and sharp…
Sabrina is a strong independent woman who succeeded by herself.
I know. You’re thinking I’m someone who thrives on the other people’s problems.
But I offer them solutions. For a price, yes, but I don’t deal in extortion. I’m upfront with how I work and what they can expect from me from the very beginning. There are no “gotchas” at least from me.
Matt and Sabrina are enemies they hate each other, is it possible that they could be a “thing”.
“It’s not like we’re holding hands and having a sing-along in the street. We’re merely tolerating each other.”
“Sure, she wants me dead. And there were a handful of times I’d have happily strangled her. But counter-intuitively, there was a strange easiness between us, too. Almost as though our mutual wariness of the other person and romantic entanglements frees us up to be our true selves. With each other.”
I like to laugh out loud scenes and phrases like this:
“Where did that phrase come from? Kennedy muses. “Marie Antoinette?”
“No, that’s let them eat cake,” Kate says.” I think have your cake and eat it, too is in reference –“
“Guys,” I interrupt.” A little help here?”
I recommend this book to everyone who wants easy summer read and series fulfilled with romance and from enemies to lover stories.