Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The Maddox Brothers

The Maddox Brothers by Ella Jade and Lacey Wolfe

Get lucky with the Maddox Brothers... 

Successful brothers Hudson and Liam Maddox are living the lives they’ve always dreamed of. Neither is looking for a relationship, more interested in keeping their single status with the ladies. That all changes when Kennedy and Chelsea enter their lives. 

Hudson has been focusing on his career and building a solid business in the real estate industry. The charismatic attorney has recently been named the most eligible bachelor in town. He's never been interested in settling down until he collides with the easy going Kennedy. She invades his orderly life in a matter of days. Has this carefree younger woman been what's missing in his meticulous world? 

Content with his life, Liam has built his own construction business and takes pride from it's excellent reputation. After having his heart broken years ago, he’s decided not to take any relationship too seriously. But then the woman who tore his heart up years ago returns and hires his company for her home renovations. Trying to keep his cool around Chelsea is damn near impossible. All he has to do is complete the renovation and then never see Chelsea again. As if it was that simple. 

Content Warning: Adult language, explicit sex, and two very alpha brothers.

5.0 out of 5 stars two great authorsNovember 17, 2015
This review is from: The Maddox Brothers (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
This book has two of my favorite authors in it! What an amazing collaboration!
First we have Hudson. This was fun, sexy and blew me away. The bidding, the dynamic between these two, made for an explosive story.
Next comes Liam. I was so angry at first, wondering why these two couldn't just love each other, when really, the did. Unfortunately the mistakes of their past hinder them from a second chance at love.
The best of both these writers is written in these pages. This is a wonderful book with two stories! Well worth reading.
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