Series: The Bachelors Club, #2
Author: Sara Ney
Publication Date: April 7, 2020
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
What is The Bachelors Club?
It’s a gentleman’s club—like the dignified men of the past used to have. Except, we’re not gentleman, and we’re not dignified.
We’re ineligible bachelors, bored, jaded and not looking for relationships. Quite the opposite actually. So committed to being single, we’ve created a high stakes bet to see who can remain single the longest…
Four days co-habitating in a shared work space shouldn’t be a big deal. It shouldn’t be distracting. But Spencer Standish saw me puking in a company trash can, and won’t let me live it down. Cheerful, aggravating Spencer, who wants me to fetch her coffee.
As if she’s the boss of me.
And now I’m stuck sharing her office.
Let’s face facts: I can’t be in a relationship; not when there’s a bet to win—not with Spencer, who loves my uncontrollable basset hound, lazy Sundays, and grilled cheese as much as I do. I refuse to fall for her.
I will be the last Bachelor standing.
Sara Ney is back with a new addition to her The Bachelors Club series. Bachelor Boss was a fun addition to the series. Here are my thoughts broken down about what I loved and didn’t about this book.
What I loved:
- The whole co-worker scenario that went on. What a great idea!
- The banter. Spencer and Phillip cracked me up. They were both into each other and trying to piss each other off. It made for so many LOL moments.
- Phillip. I just liked the dude. He didn’t come off like Brooks did. He seemed like more of a decent guy from the beginning.
- Spencer. As a follower of Ney’s Instagram, I felt like I could see parts of her personality in Spencer. I really liked that and Spencer in general.
- How things worked out for Spencer and Phillip.
- Humphrey. The basset hound was just perfect.
What I didn’t like:
- There wasn’t really anything that stood out to me. Well, except that I don’t think the title goes well with the story. No one’s a boss — maybe bossy, but that’s it. This wasn’t my favorite Sara Ney book, but it was a fun read.