March 14, 2024 | Posted in:Release Day Blitz, Review


One New Year’s masquerade. One anonymous hookup. One billionaire-sized mistake.

Once upon a time, someone looked at my scrawny, impetuous eight-year-old self and nicknamed me Mr. Important… and I believed them.

That was my first mistake.

Two decades, a dozen failed careers, and a thousand meaningless hookups later, I’ve made more mistakes than I can count. My parents have decided I’m purely decorative, my brother thinks I need pep talks, and the gorgeous billionaire who hired me as a favor to my dad? He’s forgotten I exist.

So I’m done with mistakes.

Call it my New Year’s resolution. From now on, I’m going after what I want… starting with the mysterious silver fox in the Roman warrior mask who approached me at the charity gala and offered me a scorching, anonymous one-night stand.

Unfortunately, when our masks come off I realize mistakes are not done with me.

Because the bossy guy who blew my mind? He’d thought I was someone else. Worse than that, he’s my father’s friend. A supposedly-straight workaholic. The person I’m stuck on a road trip with for the next two weeks. And, oh yeah, my actual boss.

The farther we get from New York, the closer we become, and the harder it is to pretend I’m not falling for him. But I can’t see how someone as brilliant, controlled, and successful as Thatcher Pennington would risk everything to be with someone like me… even if he makes me feel like I’m finally Mr. Important.



Kara's Review

5 out of 5 stars

Mr. Important is the next book in the Honeybridge series by Lucy Lennox and May Archer. This has some of my favorite tropes: Age gap, father’s friend and forced proximity. We met Reagan and Thatcher in Firecracker and I was so happy to hear this was their story. Older, billionaire friend of his dad’s and his boss who he has to spend weeks with on a bus cruising around the country for work. After one hot as sin night together. What?! Reagan is young, but he’s not innocent or naïve. He’s had a crush on Thatcher for a long time and now he has to pretend he doesn’t while he spends all day and night with him. Thatcher can’t stop thinking about the night they spent together. After spending time together he realizes Reagan is smart, dedicated, talented and nothing like his father always said he was. He’s captivating and charming all the people he meets. Most of all he’s charming Thatcher. Time’s almost up and Thatcher can’t stay away from Reagan anymore. Once he touches him again, he knows he’s going to want more and more. When they need to make a stop in Honeybridge, they have to deal with Thatcher’s son Brantleigh (who we also met in Firecracker), a disgruntled employee and Reagan’s family. It takes Reagan needing him for Thatcher to jump into action and want to be there for someone he loves. Yep, he fell in love with his friend’s son. But he’s not going back. I loved, loved, loved this story! Reagan and Thatcher are so fun and great together. They work so well together at the company and in the bedroom. I also loved McGee and some of the secondary characters. Don’t forget to get the bonus story!


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