Wren Gallagher won’t give him the time of day and it’s making him crazy.
But he won’t give up without a fight… because there’s one thing he knows for sure:
Enemies make the best lovers.
Most women swoon over Tate’s devilish grin and firefighter uniform. But Wren couldn’t be less impressed by his good looks and flirtatious banter—in fact, she seems to downright despise him. She thinks he’s a player, but his attraction to her is no game. Wren is unlike anyone he’s ever known and he isn’t about to let the feisty, gorgeous woman slip through his fingers.
Wooing Wren would be so much easier if she didn’t hate him…
Or does she?Tate and Wren were both engaging characters. I liked Tate right away and I thought his habit of calling Wren different bird names as a joke was actually rather amusing and clever, so this assisted me in not only appreciating what he was doing but also being able to believe in their eventual relationship.
I enjoyed this book, their relationship, the progression of it as she is forced to stay with him temporarily was also interesting.
That said, I never believed they were a "meant to be"couple and I don't think there was enough of a foundation constructed for their to be more than Happily for Now. I get the impression that this may be something that is settled in the next book, but I was not convinced there was enough there for them to build on.