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Released: June 2, 2015
Series: Riley O'Brien & Co. #1
” If you are a fan of Carly Phillips and Victoria Dahl you will enjoy this story.”
~ Under the Covers
I picked this up on a whim because I was starting to feel in a summery book mood and I have to say it’s hit the mark! ALL THE RIGHT PLACES is sexy and sweet, and just a cute, fun story to lounge by the pool reading! If you are a fan of Carly Phillips and Victoria Dahl you will enjoy this story.
Quinn O’Brien has taken over control of the Riley O’Brien Jeans company now that his father’s health is declining. Their sales are stumbling and they need to make some design changes, so his sister Teagan brings in designer Amelia Winger to spark things up for the company’s image. Quinn is set in his ways and it will take some work to move him and get him to accept the new path for the company.
Amelia has a troubled past, and that makes her more closed off to relationships than others. She struggles with lying to Quinn about her real intentions with designs for the company, while working with his sister Teagan.
I enjoyed both of these characters and the story as well. At times it seemed a bit simple, but when the temperature rises outside I like to read simple. Their chemistry was great and I was very entertained with the new setting of a jeans manufacturing and designing company. That was fun and interesting.
I admit I am probably more curious about the other siblings and can’t wait to read their stories!
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