What they say:
‘Talk nerdy to me… Samuel Tucker is absolutely the last person scientist Cassie Barclay would ever date. Yes, he’s gorgeous, but he’s also far too cocky for his own good and thinks that pi is a tasty afternoon treat. So when he asks her to dance at her friend Reese’s nonwedding she’s wondering why on earth she says yes! Tuck is used to people assuming he’s all brawn and no brain, and amuses himself by winding Cassie up. But when he finally takes her to bed, suddenly it’s Tuck who can show Cassie a thing or two! Can he convince her that love and sex have nothing to do with logic and everything to do with chemistry?’
What we say – review by Charlotte Foreman:
This is a bite-size chunk of a book that hits you repeatedly in all the right places. Cassie, one of two main characters, isn’t your average pin-up female protagonist: she’s unfashionable, nerdy and so intelligent she’s at risk of a breakdown . . . and it’s wonderful. To have a woman so unmoved by men and completely focused on her goals/career gave the book a really fresh feel.
Of course once Cassie meets the undeniable hunk that is Samuel Tucker, things begin to change but it’s not the usual routine normally found in romance fiction. The sex scenes are hot, with a few comedic moments thrown in, and Tuck is the perfect hero. Girl Least Likely to Marry is the classic Mills & Boon but with a new feel and wrapped in a small package.Click Here To Buy This Book – UK Click Here To Buy This Book – US