You won’t want to miss Ilsa Madden-Mills and Tia Louise first romantic comedy novel together The Last Guy featuring a taco loving heroine, a hunky hero, and crazy live TV antics.
About ‘The Last Guy’ by Ilsa Madden-Mills and Tia Louise:
The first rule of office romance is don’t do it—especially if your dream is to hold the anchor spot on the nightly news and your boss is trying to get you fired.
But one look at Cade Hill, the sexy new sports director, and uptight reporter Rebecca Fieldstone is daydreaming about other things.
Sex in his office…
Sex in the on-set kitchen…
Sex in the supply closet…
She can’t stop thinking about the former NFL quarterback and how perfect he’d look between her sheets—except he’s an arrogant jerk with a huge…ego.
He’s the last guy she’d ever have a one-night stand with.
Cade Hill draws a professional line on office romance—until it comes to the hyper-focused Rebecca. He wants her, and he gets his wish when a chance encounter has them having the hottest sex of their lives.
It’s just a hook-up, she says.
When can we do it again? he says.
With Rebecca determined to keep Cade in the friend zone, it’s going to be an uphill battle for Cade to convince her that he’s the last guy for her…
The Last Guy is the first white-hot contemporary romantic comedy from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills and Tia Louise, coming June 12, 2017!
It features Fireball-fueled hookups, Doritos Locos Tacos, attack monkeys, toddlers in tiaras, and one fabulous drag queen.
Prepare for frantic clicking and smoking-hot sexytimes all the way to the out-of-this-world happily-ever-after.
‘The Last Guy’ by Ilsa Madden-Mills and Tia Louise review:
I was surprised to learn that The Last Guy is Ilsa and Tia’s first adventure in romantic comedy, because you can’t tell at all while reading it. It was a light, fun read that had me smiling and laughing while I was digging into the story. Admittedly, there were a few parts that felt a little bit predictable but they didn’t take away from the overall entertainment factor of the novel.
It’s hard to tell who I liked more, Cade or Rebecca. Rebecca’s a really fun heroine, she’s definitely got flaws and despite saying she wants to work on certain aspects of her life has a hard time actually getting the motivation to do them. I can totally relate to her on that level.
Her obsession with good food (especially tacos) along with the constant battle of being in an industry where her appearance is important gives her an endearing factor. Add on the fact that she can’t seem to keep out of trouble at work no matter how hard she tries makes you want to cheer her up yourself, preferably with some of those tacos she loves.
Cade isn’t the typical jerky cock you’d expect, he’s definitely confident but that doesn’t overshadow his softer side. His protective instincts towards his family, especially his brother, makes him swoon worthy. The desire to help out the less fortunate kids, and his cute little kitty cat are just added bonuses. And when his protective instincts are turned on Rebecca’s it’s hard not to love him.
I wish I could more about some of the antics that go on in the novel, but I don’t want to give away too much. You’ll just have to take my word for it that some crazy, funny stuff goes down. It’s a good escape for those days when you want to get away from some real life things.