Tuesday, May 24, 2016
EARLY ARC REVIEW Tailored for Trouble by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Tailored for Trouble is not quite the light happy go-lucky fluff piece that Happy Pants is, it has a little bit more emotional heartache, but still a beautiful, funny, and a quintessentially Mimi story.
This was an emotional and very amusing journey between to people falling in love in the span of a week. Taylor Reed considers herself the underachiever of the family. The daughter of famous race car driver and an actress the youngest of four and the only girl and the only one who isn't settled and successful in her chosen career in fact she has no career. She knows what she wants to do she wants to change the world one stuck up CEO at a time. she created a program that helps bring the CEOs down to earth and have the easily relate to their employees and have less of a turn over rate. Unfortunately no one wants to hire her, except the man who got her fired from her last job. Is the lure of fifty thousand enough to get her to work for the pompous man who always seems to find the right nerve to step on.
Bennett Wade is set in his was and knows what he wants and will not rest until he gets it and if that means manipulating people than by all means he will. Taylor is a surprise he needs her more than he wants to admit and more than he realizes. But can Taylor forgive Bennett for everything? Does he want her too? Does he even deserve her forgiveness? How can Mrs. Luci magic cookie help, even them?
Overall, this is yet another winner from Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. With every book I have a new favorite and really look forward to reading the next two in the series.