“Taylor Sullivan is a great wedding planner. She strives to put her brides at ease and make their wedding a day they will never forget, but lately, her soon to be brides have been asking her questions about sex that she can't answer. To fix this problem, Taylor has set her sights on love em' and leave em' bad boy Cade Harper to show her the ropes.
Although Cade has women in his bar throwing themselves at him frequently, he's never had a woman like Taylor steal his attention. In exchange for helping her, she will write up a business plan for his new bar he's planning on opening. No man in his right mind would decline and Cade is certainly in his right mind.
Unlike most who would take advantage of Taylor's innocents, Cade insist they spend time together to earn trust before they get intimate. What either one of them don't expect is the sparks between them.
But both of them are anti-commitment. Taylor because of her family's pressure and a dead ex-fiance and Cade because of his parents abandonment.
Playing a game of tease and retreat, finally comes to an end. Taylor's first experience is mind blowing and she can't help but think it's because of Cade.
Once struggling to come to terms with their feelings, soon they take the risk for a chance at true happiness. ”
“This review was written for Romance Junkies.
Taylor Sullivan is a wedding planner with a unique dilemma. She needs to lose her virginity. Her business depends on it!
Nervous brides tend to ask a lot of questions, even the most private and intimate ones. Taylor cannot answer them. She really has to get some experience in the bedroom.
Cade Harper is a known womanizer with enough sex appeal to go around. Taylor noticed him at one of the weddings she planned. She decides that he’s the one to help her out. So, she makes an offer.
Like any levelheaded business woman, Taylor plans it out. Cade is an entrepreneur looking to expand, so Taylor makes him a deal. She will help him write a business plan if he will help her with his seeming “expertise.”
It is a plan with flaws. Taylor doesn’t bargain for how Cade will make her feel. She doesn’t consider how nervous she will be and she forgets to consider what she will do if she falls in love with a man that doesn’t believe in forever.
HE’S THE ONE by Jane Beckenham is a unique story. So many parts of the plot had this reviewer laughing out loud. The chemistry between the characters is strong enough to keep the reader turning the pages. I would recommend this book for the romantics out there that are looking for a fun, simple read to relax with.