Review: Just Say Yes by Alyssa Goodnight

Just Say Yes Just Say Yes by Alyssa Goodnight
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Kindle Edition334 pages
Published August 24th 2015
He's just what she needs...
Single mom Jade Moran isn't ready for any big changes in either her horrible '70s kitchen or her romantic life. Her ex did a number on her, and she isn't interested in getting hurt again. But when she meets a super-hot contractor, she wonders if avocado appliances are on the way out and romance is on the way in.

Max Gianopoulis doesn't have a clue why he's so enchanted by Jade. She's almost as big a mess as her kitchen, and he's a guy who likes to keep things simple. He let himself get involved with a previous client, and he's not interested in repeating the experience. But Jade has turned up the flirty heat - and he can't keep his hands off her.

With everything moving too fast and coming too easy, Jade's insecurities kick into high gear. She's not sure she can trust another man again - and she definitely doesn't believe in magic.

My thoughts…

Jade is single mom and she hasn't dated anyone in thirteen years.  She has put her life on hold to raise her daughter after her ex-husband left her alone to raise their daughter.  Jade is happy in her life; she has a career she loves, a daughter she is proud of, and good friends, but, Jade feels that she’s not ready to date again.

Now her teenage daughter, Evie, thinks otherwise and has taken matters into her own hands… with the help of Opal.  Opal is and older woman who Evie met along with her dad at the farmer’s market.  Opal claims to be a kitchen witch, her and Evie come up with a matchmaking plan to get Jade and Max (the sexy contractor) together by updating Jades 1970’s kitchen. 

Soon, Max is being hired by Jade to work on her kitchen.  Max does his best to give Jade her space but he still flirts with her to let her know that he is interested.  After reading some of Max reviews online from other women, Jade doesn't want to be just another notch on his tool belt.  Along with Max’s charm and her attraction to him the sparks fly between them. 

Just Say Yet was a quirky, funny, romantic, sexy and just fun read.  Max and Jade were cute together with great chemistry.  The secondary characters added to the madness and it was laugh out loud enjoyable.

Happy Reading ~ Jovi


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