Title: Always with You
Series: Matchbox #3
Author: E.H. Lyon
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 3, 2021
This sexy CEO is about to get everything he always wanted; she just needs to say yes…
Leo Hart is back after an 18-month absence and he’s ready for some responsibility as he takes on the role of CEO of the family company. Persistence, determination and getting what he wants is what he is used to. But it turns out his biggest challenge isn’t in the boardroom.
It’s the surprise son he didn’t even know he had… with Jess.
They were at each other’s throats for years except that one time when they aimed a little lower. Jess is adamant they stick to co-parenting only. But when they agree to temporarily live together so Leo can bond with their son, he decides to use his CEO tactics to persuade his favorite redhead to upgrade their frenemy co-parenting titles to something more. Strong-willed Jess drives on the side of caution, but Leo is confident that she and him—well, they were always going to end up together.
Always with You is the third sweet and sexy standalone novel from the “Matchbox” series where you can re-visit all your favorite characters throughout.
Always With You by E.H. Lyon was a sweet and steamy contemporary/surprise baby romance with strong of enemies-to-lovers vibes. I was here for it! I adored Leo and was a mess of sighs and swoons watching how he jumped right into being a dad. Getting to see him and Jess grow from co-parents to a couple and finally a family was the sweetest! I rooted for them to get their HEA and the family they deserved. Really enjoyed this story!
“Guest room?” I ask, tilting my head and letting my eyes trail her up and down. I know she’s watching me.
“Yes. Just because you saw my bed once doesn’t mean you need to see it again.” Jess seems determined with her logic, but her breathing has changed.
Smiling, I lean in to whisper near her ear. “It isn’t your bed that I’m worried about.” I tuck a strand of her hair behind her shoulder and she flinches. She looks at me, confused. “It’s the kitchen,” I add.
I let her brain work for a second before I continue.
“I am 100% certain that is the reason we have Sam.” I have a confident grin on my face and I gently rub my chin as I watch her connect the dots in her memory.
She bites her lip and lets out a sigh as her head tilts. I can see a grin forming at the corner of her mouth, even though she doesn’t want me to see as she looks away. She brushes past me and walks towards the door.
“No lunch?” I ask, satisfied with myself.
“I lost my appetite.” She walks out the door with an extra sway to her step.