Monday, October 10, 2016

Review:Her Halloween Treat by Tiffany Reisz


HER HALLOWEEN TREAT
A Men at Work Romance

It was a devastating dirty trick—Joey Silvia just found out her boyfriend of two years is married. What. A. Dick. Joey knows her best chance to get over one guy is to get under another. Of course, heading home to her family's remote cabin in Oregon poses some challenges in the "available men" department…until she discovers this cabin comes with its own hot handyman!

Holy crap, Chris Steffensen. When did her brother's best friend turn into a hard-bodied pile of blond-bearded hotness? He's the perfect Halloween treat—and a surprisingly dirty rebound guy. For a couple of weeks, anyway. Except that Chris has other ideas…like proving to Joey that this blast from the past is a whole lot more than a naughty Halloween hookup.

Mass-Market Paperback and Audio Out Now
Ebook October 1st, 2016 (US/Can/UK/Aus/NZ)
Published by Harlequin Blaze

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29095423-her-halloween-treat

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What I thought about Her Halloween Treat

If you are looking for a romance that has great banter and lots of heat, then look no further because Tiffany Reisz just a fabulous job in her new Men at Work series published by Harlequin Blaze. 

Joey is on the way home for a family wedding when she decides to surprise her boyfriend of two years by dropping by unexpectedly.  Too bad she didn't let his wife know she was coming, but then again, she had no idea the guy she'd been dating was married.

Devastated, she takes her best friend's advice to get right back on the horse, so to speak, and hook up with the next available guy she meets.  Well, that happens to be Chris, a childhood friend who is all grown up now.  There's instant sparks here because not only do these two have a bit of history, Chris has been harboring a love for Joey. 

There's a lot of internal turmoil as Joey tries to decide just how far she's willing to let her heart go, and there's lots of conflict between what she wants to do and what she things she should do.  Also, the pain of her ex-boyfriend's betrayal is still fresh. She's got lots of to consider, including a job offer that could keep her in the Pacific Northwest with Chris.  Talk about having a lot going on!

The banter between Chris and Joey is delightful, and I loved that this story is infused with Tiffany Reisz's humor, which I always enjoy. It was the highlight of the book for me.  There's plenty of sexy times too, which are also nicely done. There were a few slow spots for me, but your mileage may vary.

Overall, I really enjoyed Her Halloween Treat and I'm looking forward to the rest in the series. 
 
ARC provided for review.



And there's more from Tiffany Reisz...

IAN'S DREAM GIRL

Before you read the new Men at Work contemporary romance series...
...read Ian's Dream Girl, a free novella on Harlequin.com.
It's a prequel to the third book in the series, One Hot December.

Copyright © 2016 by Tiffany Reisz

As the head of a family-owned construction empire, sought-after bachelor Ian Asher is feeling the pressure to find a suitable woman and settle down. There’s only one woman who fires his blood—and Ian is sure his father would find her anything but suitable.

Welder and artist Flash Redding is head-to-toe wild from her spiky red hair and tattoos to her wickedly sharp tongue. Ian can tell she’s drawn to him as well—but he’s her boss, and his company has a strict no-fraternization policy. That may be…but whatever smolders between them just needs a spark to set it off!


About the Author
 
Tiffany Reisz is the author of the internationally bestselling and award-winning Original Sinners series for Mira Books (Harlequin/Mills & Boon). Tiffany's books inhabit a sexy shadowy world where romance, erotica and literature meet and do immoral and possibly illegal things to each other. She describes her genre as "literary friction," a term she stole from her main character, who gets in trouble almost as often as the author herself.

She lives in Oregon. If she couldn't write, she would die.

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