The Sleepover Clause (The Matchmaking Motor Coach Book 1) by Barbara Barrett
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: The Matchmaking Motor
Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.
The Wild Rose Press, Inc. December 8, 2014
ISBN Digital: 978-1-62830-686-6
ISBN Print: 978-1-62830-685-9
Page Count: 342
Book Description (Courtesy of Amazon)
When her interior decorating project goes awry in L.A., Aubrey Carpenter “hides out” in the Midwest to finish customizing her sister’s motor coach. Mitch McKenna balks at her presence, fearing she’ll figure out his heart’s not in the job. He’s given up sitting for the bar exam to help his brothers get their fledgling motor coach business off the ground—since they sacrificed to get him through school—but he doesn’t want them to know how much this decision has cost him. To stay, Aubrey must agree to a list of ridiculous work conditions. Little does she realize the “sleepover clause” on her own list will throw her into the brothers’ lives, force her to confront her legal issues, and expose her to the love of a lifetime.
THE SLEEPOVER CLAUSE was a fun read. The characters are very likable and Barrett’s prose is smooth and entertaining. Aubrey’s reason for running, the clauses Mitch and his brothers create and some of scenes were a little awkward but not off-putting. I liked Mitch and Aubrey and found the sexual tension interesting. I became invested in Aubrey’s story and cheered her and Mitch on.
*Received from the publisher for an honest review*
Heat Rating: Steamy/Sizzling
Reviewed By: Jeanne Stone, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More