Monday, January 5

Review: Naughty Little Wishes by Nina Crespo

Title: Naughty Little Wishes
By: Nina Crespo
My Copy: Ebook from Publisher
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There's nothing personal stylist Tabitha Drake loves more than pissing off Andrew Bode. He's uptight, he refuses to agree with her on anything, and she loathes the hideous brown suits and red power ties he wears. The man even hates ice cream. How can her best friend work for a man who hates ice cream? But the absolute worst thing about Drew? He's sexy as hell, and she's totally and ridiculously attracted to him.

Andrew Bode, CEO of the Bode-Wynn military contracting firm, is convinced he and Tab will never get along. Unfortunately, the infuriating—and sinfully tempting—stylist is his ticket to a major account. The only way to get what he wants is to agree to Tab's terms: a style makeover. However, Drew has a few terms of his own, most of which involve her naked in his bed. But neither of them are prepared when their lust-fueled hostility turns into something altogether unexpected...

Drew and Tab hate each other…EEEKKK, I love these kinds of books.  Both can’t stand each other but somehow find that they are always around each other.  When Drew needs Tab’s expertise as a favor for one of his clients, it throws them together much more than what they are comfortable with and it is a constant fight until their want gets the better of them.

With a deal struck, Tab gets to overhaul Drew’s monotonous wardrobe since she has fit in one of Drew’s’ client’s daughter into her busy schedule.  This makes the only available space in the crowded city that she needs to be in, Drew’s place.  Becoming house mates for a small amount of time opens both characters up to reveal pieces of themselves that are kept hidden and more about each other. 

Both characters were so cute with their hatred that sparked lust that turned into something more so watching this relationship evolve was my favorite part about this book.  Also, Tab’s personality was pretty awesome throughout this book.  She just shined to where Drew could not deny his attraction to her.  Tab brought out the best in Drew and made him live like an actual person instead of the robot that he was becoming.

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