4.5 Stars ✨

Trying It All
Naked Men #4
Christi Barth

“In the four months I’ve known him, he’s made it clear that I annoy him, and vice versa. The man’s wound tighter than a champagne cork. And he’s got a stick so far up his ass that he probably sneezes wood shavings.”

This is a story about opposites that attract. Riley and Summer are on the opposite end of the spectrum when it comes to how they live their lives. After tragedy in both their pasts, Riley is a planner and plans for everything that could go wrong. He never wants to be stuck in an unsafe situation again. Summer on the other hand lives life to the fullest. She is spontaneous and a risk taker. She never plans for anything, including rain that could ruin her Jimmy Choos.

“Riley’s kisses were swoon-worthy.”
“It was hot. It was the kind of a kiss a woman only hopes to get maybe once in her life. And when you do get it, it’s all you want. That kiss was a gateway drug to Riley. Now I want him.”

But there’s a lot of attraction between Riley and Summer. And no matter how much they try to stay apart, chemistry pulls them together.

“You turn yourself inside out planning against every possible thing that could go wrong. She just assumes that they all could go wrong and marches onward. It’s such a horrible match that it works.”

Now they just have to determine whether there’s a way to make them work with them being complete opposites. And whether it’s worth the try.

This was a great read. Something easy to sit by the pool or lay out at the beach and read. I have enjoyed this series and can’t wait to see what Mrs. Barth has in store for Josh in the next book.

Thanks NetGalley for the arc in exchange for my honest review.


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