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Once I saw that this book was a second chance romance, I was even more eager to get my hands on it. I had pretty high expectations going into this book and they were all met.
Sarina Bowen once again delivered an exciting romance with characters that quickly find a place in your This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.
Sarina Bowen once again delivered an exciting romance with characters that quickly find a place in your heart. Gunnar is back in New York City and hoping to get a job as a barista at Posy's pie shop.
His real job is with The Company but he needs to go undercover to catch a murderer and needs to learn how to make some fancy coffee to do it.
Posy just needs a barista that she can count on and isn't sure that she wants to work with Gunnar again after he left without a word after their one shared kiss.
The attraction that they felt years ago is quickly rekindled as they spend time together once again. I really liked the characters in this book. Posy was such a good woman and it really made me mad how the people in her life have treated her.
She has dealt with a lot but just stays focused on what she needs to do to make her life better now. Gunnar was great.
It was fun watching him charm Posy and to see the feelings he had towards her grow. I thought that these two had fantastic chemistry together and really seemed like they shared a deep connection.
I found the mystery to be very well done and couldn't figure out what Gunnar and The Company would eventually figure out. There were some pretty exciting scenes and I found that the other employees of The Company added a bit of fun to the story.
I liked that there were a couple of mysteries to deal with and I was equally invested in both. I think that all of the elements of the story came together quite well.
The narrators did a wonderful job with this book. Joe Arden and Emma Wilder did such a good job with Gunnar and Posy. They were both able to completely bring these characters to life and added a lot of emotion into their reading.
It was fun to get a quick performance from a third narrator who also did a great job. I believe that their narration added to my overall enjoyment of the story.
I would definitely recommend this book to others. This book was a delight to read and I couldn't help but fall in love with this group of characters.
I cannot wait to read more of this amazing author's work! Gunnar is flirty, fun, caring, and has all the security stuff to make him super hot.
He is easy, yet complicated. I adored him. Our gal was strong and determined to be her own person.
Posy and Gunnar have a p 4. Posy and Gunnar have a past history and it is layered with lust, want, and misunderstandings. Posy was very young, Gunnar older, wiser, flirty, and they were both up for the same job.
There was some bad blood at the end of their time together. Now, Gunnar is requested to help nab a murderer and Posy's pie shop is a location where internet activity about these killings comes from This story had many layers causing lots of cute moments, laughs, and swoony times.
It also had mystery elements to keep the story rolling. It was a winner for me and want more of this series I think Max and Scout are coming next.
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Well Done, Ms. When He Was Young That Didn't Stop Him Stealing A Kiss From That Girl The Pampered One He Had His Eye On Now He Would Be That Man The One Who Is Worth Millions As VP Of A Secretive Security Company He Is Still Dangerous And Stealth But Now, He Is Near That Woman The One He Always Wanted He Is Caught In An Undercover Mission Her Pie Shop Is A Murderer's Favorite Haunt The Way To Handle This Is to Be Indispensable Be The Barista She Needs Capture The Killer, Done And Done Then Maybe He Can Work His Way Into Her Heart And Become Her One And Only For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways.
I was goofy smiling all over the place. The murder, mystery, and mayhem part answered my questions but also left me wanting to know more.
I am absolutely loving The Company series. My favourite part of Loverboy was the conversion of a non-coffee drinker to another believer of the magic of java.
I, myself, love coffee, but unfortunately, I live in a house of coffee haters. CRAZY BUGGERS!! As yet, I have not had any success.
This is a second chance romance and I thought it was done very well. The misunderstanding that stopped their attraction in its tracks when they were younger, was cleared up with a calm conversation now that they are older.
I loved that the author handled it in an age appropriate way. No screaming or teary outbursts. Sure, there were times of contemplation remembering their feelings of hurt.
It was obvious that both Gunner and Posy had grown a lot and were definitely in a better headspace. The storyline was captivating, the connection between Posy and Gunner was obvious, and I definitely believed in their happy ever after.
I enjoyed meeting the additional characters and admit to complete surprise when one of the mysteries was solved.
The narrators do an excellent job. I thought they worked well together, and I would not hesitate to listen to more of their narrations in the future.
Emma Wilder has a very small part in this production, but her familiar voice was welcomed. I find listening on my morning walk works well and an hour or two… or three dedicated listening during the day, works well too.
The other day my son walked into my room and asked me why I play Candy Crush and Solitaire for hours. I explained to him that I like to be doing something as I listen but nothing that taxes my brain too much.
I am getting to LEGEND status on Candy Crush. Fingers crossed we get Scout and Max up next. Stacey is Sassy, received an advanced audio copy of this story.
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Seriously, I'm definitely not kidding! I loved everything about Loverboy , just like I'd already loved Moonlighter.
And, just like Moonlighter , this book is the perfect mix between romance and an understory that focuses on The Company and what they do - it's both romantic and so thrilling at the same time.
He's a charmer for sure, with that loverboy smile, and he's definitely hot. He's also very straightforward and he knows what he wants and how he wants it - yep, that's definitely hot as well.
He's so flirty it makes me swoon, and he has this protective side that draws me in. I'm sold. And so is Posy. She's a sweet girl whose ex-husband was an asshole.
As a consequence, she's not very experienced, and she lacks confidence in her private life, even though she has it in spades when it comes to baking her pies.
And we'd all be wrong, because she is strong. They were obviously attracted to each other, they kissed, and it was a big deal for both of them, but then Gunnar left.
And the truth is that none of them ever got over what happened, because it felt right. And then he ends up working for her at her pie shop while undercover and he rediscovers who this woman is, just like she rediscovers who he is.
And how they make sense together. I love how Posy gets Gunnar to realize life is more than just work, and that it's OK to open up to someone and have someone in his life.
I love how Gunnar gets Posy to see herself for who she really is, and how great she is in every way, by facing her own insecurities and those left there by people in her past.
This was their second chance at something good for a change. Their second chance at being together. And they grabbed it with both hands. Just freaking perfect.
Thank you, Ms. Special mention to the "hormone" silent comments. The hormones got me giggling! Loved it. Dec 03, Sarah rated it really liked it. As a reader, it is my kryptonite, and Sarina Bowen delivered a novel that has the charm of her books, with lovable character and sweet and steamy romance, while also having a plot line that was filled with mystery and intrigue.
Gunnar is completely adorable and charming. I loved seeing him in the coffee shop, making coffee and chatting with the customers. Not only was it endearing her the reader and heroine alike, it also allowed the author to develop his characterization in a real and authentic way.
Bowen really nailed the sweet hero who can also protect you at all costs character. He was one of my more favorite Sarina Bowen heroes. Posy was adorable.
Her character and her hormones made me chuckle so many times while listening to audiobook, and while it was funny, I think it also allowed readers to connect with her in a real way.
What really makes Posy an amazing heroine is that she stands back up when she has been knocked down. She doesn't sit around waiting to be saved or waiting for someone to fix her life.
She is strong and saves herself. The plot is a mix of fun, steamy, and suspenseful. Bowen moves through these parts expertly, and each aspect of the story flows into the other, providing a cohesive romance that is thoroughly entertaining.
Loverboy is a complete standalone in this brand new world, and I am really enjoying the characters and the more suspenseful elements involved with this series.
The narrators pull you into the story and work really well together as a pair. I found myself engaging with the story, feeling like I was a part of the world.
ARC review Jan 28, Sabrina rated it really liked it Shelves: cop-military-bodyguard-merc. Sarina Bowen is one of my top one click authors.
It really doesn't matter what she writes, I have to read it and I know I'm going to love it. This series has had an interesting start, with the first one being almost a spin off from her hockey series.
But more suspenseful and secretive and I've enjoyed the different style. As far as this book goes, it's kind of weird because it feels more romantic suspense than the first one.
Yet as soon as they started talking about the techy side of things it al Sarina Bowen is one of my top one click authors.
Yet as soon as they started talking about the techy side of things it all came flooding back. I don't know if we met Gunnar in the first book and I can't remember him or if he was busy elsewhere.
I liked the history that Gunnar and Posy had but it did put me on edge. Gunnar had no plans to stick around and with his whole secret agent persona I was just waiting for him to break Posy's heart.
So, with that in the back of my mind I was very hot and cold in my opinion of him. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. Cover Girl became Cover Boy, and then became Loverboy in Dean's dream later that night.
After being told by Dean about the dream the next morning, Reno agreed to try it out and it stuck. Originally rejected by all the major record labels in the United States, the band signed with Columbia Records of Canada, and on March 20, , Loverboy went into the studio with producer Bruce Fairbairn and engineer Bob Rock to record what would be its self-titled debut album.
Over that summer, the record became a huge hit with eventually over , copies sold in Canada alone. The album made its American debut in November , and would go on to sell over two million copies in the US.
The band went on a touring spree that year putting on over shows with bands such as Cheap Trick , ZZ Top , Kansas , and Def Leppard. Their debut single, " Turn Me Loose ", went on to hit No.
The band's follow-up album, Get Lucky , released in October when it was opening for Journey , included the hit tracks " Working for the Weekend ", " When It's Over " and "Lucky Ones".
Loverboy released its third album, Keep It Up , in June The video for the song as well as for the follow-up single "Queen of the Broken Hearts" were hugely popular on MTV.
In , Loverboy recorded the United States Team theme for the Summer Olympics , "Nothing's Gonna Stop You Now". The song originally appeared on The Official Music of the Games but not on any of its albums or compilations to date.
The band would often play it on tour mixing it in during the performance of "Queen of the Broken Hearts". Also in , Loverboy recorded a song called "Destruction" which appeared on the soundtrack of a re-edited version of the film Metropolis Lovin' Every Minute of It , the band's fourth album, and the first not produced by Fairbairn it was produced by Tom Allom , best known for producing Judas Priest albums several years later was released in August , with the title single written by Mutt Lange  and "This Could Be the Night" co-written by Journey 's Jonathan Cain becoming their first and second U.
Billboard top 10 hits respectively. In , the band recorded " Heaven in Your Eyes ", a song featured in the movie Top Gun , which peaked at No. However, Doug Johnson refused to appear in the video as he felt that the film glorified war, which Johnson was highly against.
The release of Wildside , the band's fifth album, followed in September While it scored a minor hit with "Notorious", co-written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora , the album sold relatively poorly and the band broke up in due to tensions between Dean and Reno.
Dean released a solo album, Hardcore , in May and a Loverboy greatest-hits album, Big Ones , was released later that same year, in October, to fulfill Loverboy's obligation to Columbia Records.
The group briefly reunited in late to tour to promote it, but broke up again at the tour's conclusion. The band members reportedly recalled that the concert was the most fun that they had had in years and decided that they wanted to do it again.
They went on another live touring spree in Canada the following year before launching a concert tour in the United States in The band's record label released its second and third compilation albums, Loverboy Classics and Temperature's Rising , in