Q: Do you eat dessert? Or what are you reading today?
The Dating Dilemma
by Mariah Ankenman
Pub Date: 1/24/22
Lexi Martin runs a kids youth center and us surprised when her friend sends a Fireman stripogram to her work! How fun is that?
Well Dyson O’Neill is just trying to make a routine inspection of the center but you can see where this might go.
Lexi who has a bet with her roommate to not date since she never puts herself first in relationships. Dyson has a strict no dating rule due to a horrible break up.
When Dyson’s sisters try to get him to date again he panics and mentions he’s already dating Lexi.
I forgot to mention the center failed the inspection and he had been visiting to help fix the issues on his time off so them starting to date isn’t out of the realm of possibility. Also, Lexi is one of those that accidentally says what she is thinking which is good for him but embarrassing for her lol.
Definitely enjoyed this cute story of two people that had been unlucky with love finding eachother.
Read if you like:
🔸 Fake dating
🔸 One bed
🔸 Hot Firemen
This is part of The Mile High Fire Fighters series which I need to read more of!
Thank you @entangled_publishing and @netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.
* Don’t think about your birthday tomorrow. Or debt, your crappy apartment, and nonexistent social life.
* Re-stock wine and ice cream because that’s coming.
* Die in a raging blaze of humiliation when the super-hot and very delicious fireman waiting in your office is not in fact the strip-o-gram birthday present you suspected.
* Reschedule the fire safety inspection you 100 percent failed because of said humiliation.
* Figure out how you, in fact, agreed to fake dating Mr. Not a Strip-O-Gram Fireman to help him with a bet.
* Oh yeah, and do not fall for this guy. Seriously, they call him One Night O’Neil. Red flags all over the place.
* Remember, this is fake dating, even though his very talented, very real lips are doing some sexy things you definitely like.
* Realize bending one tiny rule can’t be that bad, can it?
* Except bend too far, and something breaks. Something you can’t get back.