I'm so enjoying these Calendar Boys! Mr February was such a fun and entertaining read! Love the banter Jackson & Katie had going on these two bestfriends with no benefits??? Dreamboat and Dimples love it!
Jackson wakes up and sees a stunning woman in his bed, after a night of drinking, he knows he has to wake her, surprised she stayed not wanting him to choke. When she asks why he was drinking he knows he owes her the truth, and after feels something in the air between them, he wants her, and she doesn’t stop him. Katie knows that she should have said goodbye but decides leaving while he’s asleep is for the best. Months later Jackson sees Katie again when her friend wants to book his venue for her wedding, he liked Katie, but she walked out and he couldn’t contact her, but Katie wants to keep it professional between them. Katie can’t deny that her and Jackson are working as friends and he makes her smile, but he’s a distraction an a sexy one at that, but she knows that Jackson isn’t over he’s ex. The problem Katie knows she’s falling a little bit for Jackson, while he knows there’s chemistry there when their together, he’s feeling things for her he doesn’t think he’s ready for, but will he ever be or will it take someone to push him to realise what’s right in front of him.
I am seriously loving the Calendar Boys series so far! These books really showcase how far Nicole has come and how amazing her storytelling is!
Mr Feb introduces us to Katie and Jackson. Jackson is completely heartbroken, scorned and betrayed by his fiancé and bestie. Katie is accidentally locked in the bar and deserted by her friends, so she helps Jackson to his apartment above the bar. From there they develop a mutual attraction and budding friendship.
I found Katie and Jackson to be hilarious, their banter so realistic it get like I was part of the conversation. Katie’s friend Tillie was so comical she had me laughing out loud at times.
I love so much that these are short novels that aren’t being weighed down by heaps of sex and no plot. The development is very satisfying and overall a great read.