He’s neat, always on
time, and a professed workaholic. I’m messy, always running late, and looking
for more from life than just my job.Yet our mutual attraction is undeniable.
The last thing I expected after our first date was to have Simon show up at my
office. The charming and funny guy I’d met was now gone, replaced by the cold
and calculating man in an impeccable suit. While my professional future is now
in his hands, I can’t stop thinking about how his hands would feel on my body.
Whatever had started between us can’t possibly happen now, but that’s easier
said than done. Because the more I try not to think of his sexy smirk or
delicious accent, the harder it is to stay away. And if our forbidden office
kiss is any indication, his resolve is slipping too.
I’ve sworn I’d never fall for a man who puts his job first.
Too bad my heart isn’t listening.
is for mature audiences due to steamy bedroom scenes that are in no way
contained to just the bedroom.***
Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Without Apology is a sweet and funny read! I loved Simon and Peyton! Simon, Ice Man, puts work way before anything else. He’s lived his life like that and has no reason to change it. He meets the witty sassy Peyton while trying to buy a bottle of champagne without his I.D. and finds out that this beautiful woman is “quite single”. From there this Brexy and Peyton have a whirlwind date before finding out what may put a stop to things.
I really enjoyed this story. I loved the overall family over work mentality. Peyton was a huge ball of fun and was very entertaining. Peyton and Simon’s relationship is far from easy, but they both tried to put their all into it. The side characters were just as amazing as the main ones. I floved Emma, fingers crossed for her own book, and I loved the friendship she had with Simon and developed with Peyton. She’s pretty awesome and has a great sense of humor.
This storyline isn’t one I’ve run across before, and I loved the forbidden side to it. The love comes out that much sweeter when you know they fought to get to where they are. I was completely lost in Without Apology, between the writing and banter with the struggles they faced it was a very consuming story!
help noticing the man in front me who was wearing a charcoal gray suit. He was
attractive, but what instantly perked up my ears was his British accent. That
wasn’t something one often heard in this suburban town outside of Dallas,
Laverne, about lacking the identification necessary to buy the bottle of
champagne she was holding in her hand.
that may be here in Texas.”
“Unless you have some sort of identification proving it, honey, I can’t sell it
my passport is back in my hotel room. Is there any chance you could give me the
bottle now, and I could return tomorrow with my ID?”
inadvertently slipped out loud. When his ice-blue eyes focused on me, my body
immediately responded. Because the eyes were only part of what made up his gorgeous
face, now turned in my direction.
sure. The man’s mouth turned up in a slight smile towards me before he sighed
at Laverne, seemingly recognizing that her cataracts and sour expression made any
use of his charms a wasted effort.
for the bottle? I have my ID if you need it.”
word for British and sexy, pulled out his wallet, probably to front me the
you two do in private ain’t none of my business, but don’t be doing it in front
of me. Rules are rules.”
way of putting it, but he stowed his wallet and said, “Understood. I promise
to, uh, finish this transaction in private.”
features very well. I had to bite my lip to keep from laughing out loud.
snickerdoodles with the girls tonight?” She directed the question towards me.
left hand. Subtle he was not. Then again, neither was I. “My three nieces,” I
offered, feeling like an idiot for needing to clarify that point.
making room for me to slide my credit card at the terminal in front of us.
twenty-nine years she’s been on this earth, so I’m quite aware of her age
without needing proper identification.” She handed me the receipt after bagging
everything and added, “She’s also quite single.”
front of single. Because ‘single’ wasn’t enough, she had to add the word
‘quite,’ making it sound as if I couldn’t possibly be more single.
Comedy,” which is just another way of saying she likes her characters
funny, her bedroom scenes hot, and her romances with a happy ending.
on her laptop typing away on her next story. She only wishes there were more
hours of the day!
charities and giving back to the community. She loves a big drooly dog, a
fantastic margarita, and football.