Rating: 3 Cups
The column she writes for Men’s Weekly magazine makes Stanna Whitland very proud to know that she is doing her part to enlighten and civilize men everywhere. She feels very strongly that her feminist views are the perfect addition to a magazine geared towards men.
Purchasing the lagging magazine took every penny Jake Tremere had, but the realization of his dream makes it worth every cent. Now he has the means to put a magazine on the stands that is the voice of men, letting them have what they want and how they want it.
Losing her former boss has put a crimp in Stanna’s career path, but she is very certain that she can get the new owner to follow her lead. Her certainty however dies a quick and painful death when Stanna realizes that she is now working for a modern day Neanderthal. Jake may get a kick out of riling Stanna, but no matter how much she wheedles, he has no intention of letting her write her column with her feminist attitude. Getting her worked up, however, backfires on him, and the more time he spends with her, the more dangerous to his heart she becomes.
I am so thrilled to see a man like Jake stand up for his beliefs in his magazine and not give in to Stanna’s immature antics. Her over-inflated ego needs a really good puncture, and Jake is just the man to give it to her. It is entertaining to watch her realize the error of her ways and stumble around trying to rectify the situation. Their pairing is a head-on collision of stubborn willfulness, sexual tension, and sweet feeling all combined in one engagingly charming read.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More