Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey

5 Stars

Tessa Bailey has quickly become one of my favorite romance authors, I devour her books usually in a day and I’m left with such a lighthearted feeling once I finish them. This book was just as swoony and heartwarming as the first book.

Hannah has convinced her boss to relocate to the small fishing town Wesport as the setting for the movie they’re currently working on. Hannah is excited to see her sister Piper but also Fox, her best guy friend that she’s been talking with since she left Westport. It’s one thing having a close friendship with Fox over texts but now Hannah is staying in his guest room, and both are feeling the temptation to move from just friends to something more. Fox has always been known as the playboy though, the one that doesn’t do relationships and he doesn’t want to do that to Hannah. Fox tries his hardest to contain his feelings and even tries to be her “wingman” but how long can they hide their true feelings for each other?

My favorite part was of course the relationship between Fox and Hannah. The friends to lovers trope gets me every time and has become one of my favorite types of romances to read. I love the way the author writes these men as big, gruff guys that are actually complete teddy bears underneath it all. I also love that the author threw in a little bit of a love triangle, that was another favorite of mine due to the hilarious nature of it.

Tessa Bailey has a knack for making you obsess over her characters that will leave you wanting so much more. Just like after I finished the first book, I didn’t want this one to end either.

Many thanks to Avon Books for the gifted copy for my honest review

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