And my personal favourite, Mr Steal Your Girl.
I’ve been called them all.
But still, the women keep on coming.
Hundreds of women slide into my DM’s and I slide into their…well, I think you can see where I’m going with this.
Men want to be me and women want to bed me.
Despite what the bunny boilers of San Francisco call me, I go by the name of Buzz.
I’m 6’4” and the proud owner of a six-pack, beard and too many tattoos to count.
I’m a walking wet dream.
For the longest time, I didn’t believe in love. I didn’t even believe in relationships. I couldn’t understand why anybody would willingly choose to have sex with only one person.
Until I met Lori.
She turned my entire world upside down and made me feel things which I didn’t even know I was capable of. But when I couldn’t deal with her career as a honey trapper, I lost her.
But now I want her back.
And I always get what I want.
It’s lucky that I found her again.
It’s unlucky that she has a new boyfriend.
Unlucky for him.
***Although Buzz can be read as a standalone, it is advised to read The Honey Trap first as it provides some background to Buzz and Lori’s story. The Honey Trap is currently free in Kindle Unlimited.***
I received an ARC of this book and this is my honest review!
Loved it!! I’ve been dying to read Buzz’s story ever since meeting him in The Honey Trap. This guy is so funny and he always knows just what to say.
I recommend reading The Honey Trap first so you can start from the beginning with these wonderful characters! The four of them (Buzz, Lori, Mason and Sophia) really do make the perfect group of friends, and I was so happy to see that Mason and Sophia were doing well, and it was awesome that they made several appearances in this book. It made my heart oh so happy!
While Buzz and Lori’s journey to hopefully get a HEA isn’t an easy one, it does show how much both of them care about the other. I could really feel the pain that Buzz was feeling throughout the whole book and oh did my heart ache for him! I just wanted to give him a hug and tell him that everything would be okay.
It was really nice to see him grow as a person in this book and get a backside to his story that he isn’t just the goofy playboy, he’s a real guy with a lot of hidden emotions.
Overall, I loved it!! Well done Karli!