Review: No Reservations by Kristin Proby

No Reservations

Kristen Proby

1001 Dark Nights

Fusion Series, Book 4.5

Evil Eye Concepts

New York Times Bestselling author Kristen Proby takes us back to her highly acclaimed Fusion series.

Chase MacKenzie is not the man for Maura Jenkins. A self-proclaimed life-long bachelor, and unapologetic about his distaste for monogamy, a woman would have to be a masochist to want to fall into Chase’s bed.

And Maura is no masochist.

Chase has one strict rule: no strings attached. Which is fine with Maura because she doesn’t even really like Chase. He’s arrogant, cocky, and let’s not forget bossy. But when he aims that crooked grin at her, she goes weak in the knees. Not that she has any intentions of falling for his charms.

Definitely not.

Well, maybe just once…

4 Stars

Maura is a straight forward woman is so many ways. That’s just one one thing I liked about her. A teacher that you shouldn’t judge by her cover. Maura has sassy and spunk. She’s the kind of woman that you want at your side.

Chase comes with a player reputation but I saw him as a man loving his life. Flirty, cocky and a bit dominant side. Chase is confident in both himself and his business. He gives as good as he gets. He’s a fun character in many unexpecting ways.

I really enjoyed No Reservations. A short and quick read that turns the heart up to scorching levels. I love a good character driven story and that what No Reservations is. Two amazing and awesome main characters, excellent banter that increases the flame to the fire. Two people who know who they are and what they want. Two people who are each other’s match in too many ways. Chase and Maura give readers one enticing ride. A slow burn, intense chemistry and some wonderfully intimate moments. No Reservations is a fantastic read.

A copy of this title was provided for an honest review.

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