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Published by Emma Hart on December 12th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Also by this author: Dirty Secret (The Burke Brothers, #1), Dirty Past
Two mechanics. One rivalry.She’ll prove she’s as good as she says she is.He’ll prove her place isn’t under the hood.It’s over it.
“Don’t let the bastards get you down.”For twenty-six years, I lived by my daddy’s motto. Which is why “Mechanic Wanted” is all it takes for me to apply for the job at the garage we once owned. And I meet the biggest bastard of them all.Dexter Ryne. Hotter than Hell in July and a firm believer that my place is on reception, taking phone calls and looking pretty. Not getting dirty under the hood of a car. Determined to prove each other wrong, we make a deal.I have three weeks to prove my worth as a mechanic. If I don’t, I’m on telephone duty.If I do, he’ll accept defeat and make my job permanent. Now, all I have to do is fight my attraction to the cocky little… beep.Problem is, an engine isn’t the only thing he knows how to make purr…
MISS MECHANIC, a standalone romantic comedy from New York Times bestseller, Emma Hart.
5 reasons to read Miss Mechanic
- It features a kick-butt lady who knows her stuff.
- Soooo much sexual tension. I loved every second of it.
- Dex & Jamie. I loved both of these characters for different reasons. I connected with Jamie because so many times women are told they aren’t good enough in certain areas of life. Jamie blows that idea out of the water. And Dex… well he grows on you with his ridiculous ideas that get proven wrong.
- The side characters are as funny and well developed as Dex and Jamie. I think we all have an Aunt Greta.
- The banter. Watching Dex and Jamie in a conversation is hilarious.
If you like strong ladies who take no crap, and men who learn a thing or two, this is definitely a book you should pick up.
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