July 10, 2018

MISS BEHAVE by Nikky Kaye

Genre: Contemporary romance, romantic comedy (standalone)

Trope: Enemies to Lovers

Author: Nikky Kaye

Release Date: July 10, 2018

Synopsis:

When he stormed into my office and said I owed him a date, I thought he was crazy. Okay, crazy and hot. But I couldn’t help it that my advice column blocked his, uh, rooster.

Good girls like me aren’t supposed to fall for dirty-talking men with smoldering eyes and hidden tattoos—especially since now that we’re working together.

If you can call going on blind double dates and researching adult toy stores work…

Why did I want to be a good girl, again?

MISS BEHAVE is a flirty, funny, frisky romantic comedy about putting the “man” back in “manners.” This enemies-to-friends-to-lovers office romance will push all your buttons, then unbutton them…

Behaving is overrated

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Sandra's Review

Miss Behave is a standalone novel by a new to me author. Nikky Kaye has turned me into a fan of her words. I will be watching out for future releases. That’s for sure. Now…back to Miss Behave and to the guy who says she owes him a date.

Lizzy loved her job as an online columnist for Hot Mess magazine. She gave both men and women advice on dating and love. Miss Behave was her pen name and her fans loved her but her advice was old-fashioned. She knew it. And the man standing in front of her definitely knew it. Ash Garrison. Her new competition. He wrote his own column called A Guy’s Guy. He was the opposite of old-fashioned. Yes. He respected women but he didn’t believe in the whole soulmate thing. He didn’t hold his reader’s hand like Lizzy did. He told them the truth. Even if it was brutal. Now, there can only be one of them to write for the merging magazine. Who will come out on top? The prim and proper or the misbehaved?

Ash and Lizzy’s relationship is hot and cold. Full of hate and lust. The truth was that they didn’t really know each other outside of the advice they gave out. Lizzy assumes that Ash a one-night stand, seven days a week kind of playboy. Ash assumes that Lizzy is a wound-tight woman waiting for Prince Charming to sweep her off her feet. She might even still be a virgin. He sees nothing wrong with that except he wants to bend her over her desk and make her scream his name. Will their time together as both writing partners and competitors shed some light on the real Lizzy and Ash?

I loved this story. I thought it was super cute, fun, and sexy. Ash and Lizzy’s banter made me laugh, and blush. He is swoony. She is sassy. I thought it was funny when she would shock him. I could just see the expression on his face when it would happen. Jaw-dropping and all.

Overall…it was a fantastic read. It is a light read with some heat, laughter, and love. The characters are lovable. The story is fun. The writing flowed. I am looking forward to reading more by this author.

Quotes:

“Are you calling me a prude?”
“No, I’m calling your advice prudish. And kind of a cock tease.”

“I think you need more bad influences in your life, Lizzie.”

“What do you want to do to me?”
“Everything. But I’ll start with simply worshipping the fuck out of you.”

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About the Author

Bio

“Nikky Kaye is the QUEEN of writing hilariously cringeworthy awkward moments and the spectacularly sweaty steamy ones as well!”

Nikky Kaye loves to write and read sexy, sassy, smart books. She is over-educated, under-exercised, and held hostage by her twin boys, an unhealthy diet cola addiction, and a never-ending to do list.

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Website: http://www.nikkykaye.com

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Email: read@nikkykaye.com

 

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