USA Today Bestselling author Adriana Locke delivers a “fresh and fun!” romance between a grumpy single dad and his spunky (and delightful) employee—the one he can’t have.
Chemistry is not another word for love.
That’s what my boss, the grumpy single dad with brilliant green eyes, says anyway.
I have my V-card. He’s ten years older than me. I work for him.
Nate Hughes has a million reasons why a relationship between us would never work. Honestly? It’s all a farce.
He can’t deny the sparks when we’re together. His soft smiles, brief touches, and protective behaviors come too easily. And when I need a place to stay? He can’t stop himself from offering me a room—though I’d prefer his bed.
Our forced proximity brings things to a head. Our shared experiences and traumas draw us closer. Our undeniable attraction has us toeing the line between friends and lovers—whether Nate likes it or not.
He’s right—we do have an intense chemistry. But that doesn’t mean that I won’t fall in love with him … even if he can’t love me back.
Praise for Sweet!
I stayed up all night reading this because I could not stop! – Closet Romance Reader
Nate now has a top spot in my list of favorite book boyfriends EVER! – Shawna, Blue’s Books
(Locke’s) characters are instant favorites and once you start you will not be able to put this one down. – Nicki, The Overflowing Bookcase
Sweet is a shining example of Locke’s talent, with words on the page masterfully woven. – Melissa, Book Boyfriend and Husband Make Three
Full of love, laughter and characters you can’t help but fall for, Sweet is a must read for contemporary romance fans. – Helen, Blissfully Bookish Besties
The perfect amount of chemistry, heat, tension, laughter and more. – Angie, NOLA504nerds
Nate and Paige’s story was fun, flirty, a little dirty; but all kinds of delicious. – Rina’s Reads
Wow, wow, WOW… Adriana has done it again! – Tatiana, The Hopeful Romantic
Who doesn’t love a sexy single dad story, with lots of laughs, grab some wine, a box of Kleenex and enjoy the ride! – Read.Review.Repeat Blog