Georgie Watkins, NYC socialite and professional party girl, looks forward to the mornings she rolls into her buildings lobby after a late night out with her friends. The cap to her perfect nights… a little friendly, antagonistic banter with a fellow resident.
Andrew Mulroney, Esquire… thinks Georgie is… ridiculous. They couldn’t be more opposite if they tried, but there is something about her that he just can’t stay away from. What starts out as a truce (of sorts) develops into actual time spent together, and Georgie and Andrew still couldn’t be more opposite, but can they maybe good for each other?
I absolutely adored this book! Georgie is hilarious. She may be a socialite and party girl, but she is anything but shallow and self-centered. She is a caring, generous and unapologetically friendly and outgoing woman. Andrew is a brilliant man who knows a lot… just not about being smooth with someone like Georgie. They are such a brilliant match, who you would never see as compatible, but end up being perfect for each other.
The writing is, as usual, fantastic. With Lauren Layne’s trademark wit and her awesomely snarky characters (my favorite type, btw) who are portrayed so genuinely, that you can’t help but become engrossed in their story and root for them throughout all of their ups and downs.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.