Review: Bending the Rules by Susan Andersen

rulesFrom the back of the book:

He could be her fantasy man-if he could just lighten up…

Tall, dark and intense, Detective Jason de Sanges excites all kinds of fantasies in Poppy Calloway. But when she suggests the three teens caught spray-painting a Seattle neighborhood be given art-related community service and he just wants to see them pay – all bets are off.

With the men in his family always in and out of the slammer. Jase was raised in foster care. He knows what it takes to walk the line. And his number one self-imposed rule? Avoid his hunger for sexy, irresistible Poppy, who challenges him on everything. But it’s a vow that’s getting harder and harder to keep…

This is the second book about a threesome of friends who inherit a house together. (CUTTING LOOSE was the first book) In BENDING THE RULES Jason meets his match in Poppy, the free spirited daughter of hippies. Poppy sees the good in people, even when they have done something wrong. Jason is her opposite, he sees what becomes of people who are on the wrong side of the law everyday in his job as a detective and in his own family. These two but heads every time they are near each other, but there are also explosions of attraction that neither one understands. I loved this book. I think I even liked it better than CUTTING LOOSE which I really liked. I can’t wait until we get Ava’s book!

the book girl gives BENDING THE RULES 5/5!

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Susan Andersen