About Complex

Complex

Tiny Little Lie #1: I want the new resort in Turks and Caicos to open on schedule.

Tiny Little Lie #2: I’m not falling for Luke McKenna.

Unfortunately, those tiny little lies snowballed into something bigger. Much bigger. Now I’m stuck.

It sounds bad. But I’m not a bad person. I’m doing the right thing…I think. I’m telling myself I’m a superhero in heels, saving people I care about.

But the grumpy onsite contractor isn’t making things easy. The more I lie and try to stall the hotel opening, the harder he works to complete the project.

Did I mention he’s handsome?

And moody?

And brooding?

And my complete opposite in every way?

If the truth about what I’ve done comes out, Luke will never forgive me. Then I’ll have to face another truth: my attraction to him might actually be something more—something worth fighting for.

Complex is a grumpy/sunshine, and opposites attract romance with witty banter that will keep you laughing. The love story is charged with sizzling chemistry while keeping the romance closed-door.

Complex is the second book in The Sweet Rom “Com” series but can be read as a standalone.

Trigger Warning: Complex deals with themes of infertility. There are discussions throughout about not being able to become pregnant and bear children.

My review

I loved Compared by Kortney Keisel. So I was super excited to see this one coming out. And I was not disappointed. This author knows how to write a good rom-com. And I didn’t want to put this one down.

Tessa is a complex character. She kind of seems like she’s one way, but she’s really another. And those around her have a hard time figuring her out. At least, Luke did. I loved the way she was able to push his buttons with ease. I loved all of the little things that Tessa did to annoy Luke, she made me laugh. But I also loved that she was able to see when she was wrong. And go out of her way to fix her mistakes.

Luke was pretty grumpy, especially at Tessa. And that was funny by itself. Luke wasn’t really how he seemed to Tessa either. He seemed like a stuffy guy who only wanted to work. But, I guess we all show others what we want them to see. And Luke was a really great guy underneath it all.

I loved the beach setting of this one! It’s the perfect read for a rainy day. Or a beach read. Just make sure you read it!

I was sent an e-copy of Complex as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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