Irreverent, cocky, playful and naughty.
He’s not the guy you date.
He’s the one night stand.
The one your mother warned you about.
The one your body craves.
You’d think the man who called me succulent would want to strip me down and spread me out on his bed—like he’s done with countless others.
But he passed on my offer….
Just like I’d once passed on his.
He’s wary, like I am.
He’s broken, like I am.
And everyone knows two broken parts can’t ever make a whole.
Tahoe and I are strictly friends.
So I distract myself with other men.
He doesn’t think my new man is good enough. This blond blue-eyed beast doesn’t think any man is—himself included.
But the more time we spend together, the more confused I feel.
I'm trying to open myself to love.
Yet I'm quickly realizing that the only man I want is Tahoe Roth.
The one man who will surely break my heart.
**Although part of the Manwhore series, this book can be read as standalone.**
LADIES MAN was nothing like I expected and that’s because when I first started reading it I thought it was a different series. #bookworldproblems As I continued through the very beginning of the book I tried to make sense of what I was reading and then I had a lightbulb moment where it dawned on me that this wasn’t the book I thought it was. *lol* Once I got myself straightened out I was on the track to reading about one of Malcolm’s friends, Tahoe, who has commitment issues.
As the story progresses we learn why Tahoe is unwilling to settle down with just one girl. His reasons hold him back from anything more than just a friendship with Gina.
Gina isn’t going to wait around for Tahoe to come to his sense and pick her… she’s living her life all the while keeping Tahoe on speed dial. Personally, I wasn’t a fan of Gina’s boyfriend and I’m sure that was by design because he wasn’t the man who truly held Gina’s heart.
For fans of Manwhore this is a nice side story of a character we meet in that book.
**Complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.**