This was a really great and highly enjoyable read. I actually read this without reading Boomerang first, I know, what the heck. But I did stop 15% in and go and read it real quick so I wasn't confused. Fantastic. I love when authors give us reads like this. I was excited to get to know Alison and this was a wild ride.
Now, since I started how I did, I wasn't as Ali hating as everyone else. But once I caught up I was. This novel really opened your eyes. This novel shows you that you never really know what you are going to feel about a book until you dive into it.
These characters had their flaws, and their problems, but int he end they deserved a HEA. I was in it for the ride with them. Ali and Adam both had things to over come and ways to grow as characters before they could be right for each other and it was definitely a story to be told. Throw in the sexual tension and hilarity and I was hooked. This book had it all and it delivered. Give it a shot, you will enjoy it!
Hooking up is only the beginning of the fun in this sexy and irresistible second installment of the thrilling New Adult series, Boomerang.
Adam Blackwood has it all. At twenty-two, he’s fabulously wealthy, Ryan Gosling-hot and at the top of the heap in the business world. His life is perfect, until a scandal from his past resurfaces and knocks the tech wunderkind down, throwing his company, Boomerang, a hook-up site for millennials, into chaos.
Three years ago, Adam married his high school love—and then lost her in a tragic accident. Now, the heartbreak and guilt he’s tried to bury with work and women begins to take over his life.
Alison Quick, the twenty-one-year-old daughter of a business tycoon—and the very ex-girlfriend of Boomerang’s former intern, Ethan—has a problem of her own. She’s got one chance to prove to her father that she deserves a place in his empire by grabbing control of Boomerang and taking Adam down.
But as Alison moves in on him, armed with a cadre of lawyers and accountants, she discovers there’s much more to Adam and Boomerang than meets the eye. Will earning her father’s approval come at the price of losing her first real love? It appears so, unless Adam can forgive her for wrecking his life and trying to steal his livelihood. But Alison hopes that old adage is right. Maybe love can conquer all.