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Craft (The Gibson Boys #2) by Adriana Locke


3.5 Stars

High school history teacher, Lance Gibson makes no apologies about his propensity to steer clear of relationships and focus on sex with a different array of women. Yet, his favorite part of his day is when he lets himself into the school librarians office, much to her daily annoyance…

Mariah Malarkey wishes Lance would keep his booty call conversations out of her personal space. He is a cocky womanizer, and she wants nothing to do with him. Or so she tells herself as she bakes his favorite cupcakes to bring into school the following day…

He isn’t relationship material, and she wants to settle down and have a family someday. But, when they leave their preconceived assessments of one another behind, they are in for one steamy ride…


I really enjoyed this book. Mariah has been burnt by the ending of a relationship in the past, and she doesn’t want to repeat the same mistakes again. But, she needs to move on with her life, so she decides she is finally ready to get herself out there and start dating again. Lance has his reasons for not wanting to be in a relationship, but his feelings for Mariah turn every last one of them on their head.

This book was a slow burn romance, featuring two people that are completely wrong on paper, but once they finally hit the sheets (or pantry!), they discover they might be the only right thing there is…

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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