Mackenzie Reed has officially been stood up. Not only has she wasted two years on Mr. So Not Interested but now she doesn’t even have pizza and the Mets to keep her company. Then hewalks into her life—more than six feet of rugged, hot stranger. Maybe, just for tonight, Mac can pretend to be a girl she’s not. After all, she deserves a little no-strings fun…
As far as Wesley Porter is concerned, one night with Mackenzie isn’t nearly enough. She’s a mystery he wants to solve—if he can keep her from running for the door every time they touch. There’s obviously some serious chemistry between them, so why is she fighting it?
As one sexy hookup turns into another (and another), Wesley is determined to prove they were made for each other. But Mac has been hurt before, and she refuses to fall for this sexy, ridiculously perfect guy. In fact, she has every intention of fighting it…unless he can convince her otherwise.
Mac really annoyed me at the beginning of this book. She was so afraid of getting her heart broken, that she doesn’t think about Wesley’s feelings. She got hurt, but she could have handled that better. Getting hurt doesn’t give you the right to hurt other people. It just doesn’t work that way. She was so wishy washy, and I was getting tired of it.
They both made a lot of stupid mistakes, and I guess that was why I gave this book 4 stars. A lot of mistakes could have been avoided if they just talked to each other like normal people in relationships.
I’m glad they get their shit together when Mac stops being whiny and when Wesley finally opens up to her.