Title: I Flipping Love You (Shacking Up Series, book #3)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author: Helena Hunting
Source: Free for review from the publisher
Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks, May 29, 2018
Sexy rating: 5
Violence rating: 0
Description from Amazon:
From New York Times bestselling author Helena Hunting comes I Flipping Love You, a love story about flipping houses, taking risks, and landing that special someone who’s move-in ready.
Rian Sutter doesn’t usually get hit on in the grocery store, but when she notices a sexy man in a suit checking her out, she thinks maybe it’s her lucky day. Either that or the suit has a thing for sweaty, yoga-pant wearing women with excellent price matching skills.
Turns out it’s neither.
Pierce Whitfield can’t believe his luck when he’s able to track down the woman who scratched up the paint job on his car at the scene of the crime. But when he confronts the hit and run hottie, he discovers there’s not just one, but two of them, and he’s been throwing accusations at the wrong twin.
As repair costs are negotiated, and the chemistry between them flares, Rian and Pierce find out they have more than mutual attraction in common. They’re both vying for the same pieces of prime real estate in The Hamptons and neither one plans to give up without a fight.
Can these passionate rivals turn up the heat on their budding romance—without burning down the house?
The answer to that last question is absolutely “No”. Another sexy, smoldering book from the talented Helena Hunting. Rian Sutter and her twin sister, Marley, are real-estate agents looking to flip some beachfront property so they can earn enough to purchase the ramshackle Mission Mansion and turn it into a B&B. But coincidentally, Pierce and his brother Lawson are also doing the same beachfront flipping in the same area as the Sutter sisters. I really enjoyed the back and forth of these two lovers. They had many tiffs but still couldn’t keep their hands off each other with Rian always afraid Pierce would find out the family secret.
Totally a standalone book in the series with cameos by previous characters.
This is a perfect beach read. Not much angst but loads of steam and humor.