Series: Montgomery Brothers #1
Author: Laura Pavlov
Genre: Contemporary Romance
her ridiculous grungy tennis shoes.
opening the doors?” he asked, his gaze made a slow perusal of me from head
to toe, stopping at my feet and huffing. “Do you own anything aside from tennis
open at seven, which is when you open, correct?”
building opens. I get here by six-thirty, and the Wilsons always had a cup of
coffee ready to go for me,” the smug bastard said, looking around and
taking in all the details. “This actually looks—nice.”
another place that makes coffee like they did. I was hoping you make a decent
cup and I could stop here on my way up in the morning and grab it.”
staring out the window waiting for your arrival, but you’re welcome to stop by,
and we’ll pour you a cup to go, your highness.”
you can actually make coffee that’s tolerable.” He smirked. Ford wore a black
suit, and a white dress shirt, tailored to fit his broad, chiseled body just
so. His brown hair was a bit longer on top and styled to perfection.
how high maintenance your order is. I mean, this ain’t Starbucks, bud.”
take my coffee black.”
barked out a laugh. “Black? And you’re being dramatic about it? How hard is it
to make a cup of black coffee?”
beans.” He crossed his arms in front of his chest and raised a brow at me. Smug
rich men get a bad name. You’re ridiculous,” I said before shouting out to my
bestie in the back. “Molly, can you grab me a cup of black coffee to go. Use
the real swanky beans, okay?”
freaking Montgomery the forty thousandth actually laughed. I was surprised to
see he had an actual sense of humor under his arrogant, annoying demeanor.
will make you both laugh and cry. She is happily married to her college
sweetheart, mom to two awesome almost-grown kids, and dog-whisperer to a couple
crazy yorkies. Laura resides in Las Vegas where she is living her own happily
Harley didn’t have the best start in life, but she has forged her own way and there are two things that drive her which are her love for her grandfather and her dreams of opening her own bakery. The bakery is within her grasp and she isn’t about to let her sexy and sarcastic landlord derail her plans.
Ford is the CEO of the family business who is focused on his career and his family so women come a very distant second. When he meets Harley he is drawn to her in a way he never expected and she has him reconsidering what his future holds.
Their journey wasn’t without its complications and her feisty and fiery personality is exactly what Ford needs in his life. Not only are Harley and Ford great characters but there is a great group of secondary characters that I am looking forward to learning more about in the upcoming books in this series.