Nash and Shauntie make an odd but cute couple in Marie Rochelle’s - Hunks: Too Hot to Touch. Nash is there to fix her roof and Shauntie is definitely over men right now; no one appeals to her after her last relationship. But somehow Nash’s handsomeness and persistence is slowly breaking down her well-built walls.
I enjoyed this book; there were some points where the story seemed to drag, but quickly picked back up. Overall, it was a good read.
Nash Wentworth knew it was wrong, but he couldn't help falling in love with Shauntie Kane. She was the perfect woman in his eyes: Intelligent, beautiful and independent. His life should have been perfect; however, there was one little problem. She had dated one of his friends and wasn't interested in going down the same road with him.
Shauntie Kane was as strong willed as a woman could be and didn't mind saying what was on her mind. This meant Nash had to do a lot more than use his good looks to impress her and work his way into her life.
Nash isn't turned off by Shauntie's bluntness; in fact, it is a turn on for him. Can Nash's determination make Shauntie see that he is able to handle anything she tosses his way?