In T L Swan’s steamy third installment of the Miles High Club, Kate’s hot new pen pal is a welcome distraction from her horrible boss. But nobody is as distracting as Elliot Miles…and he knows it.
My favorite hobby is infuriating Elliot Miles. Just the sight of my boss’s handsome face triggers my sarcasm. God knows how he earns his Casanova reputation—if a million women want him with his personality, what the heck am I doing wrong?
Disgusted with my love life, I join a dating app under a fake name. I start chatting to a man named Edgar. He’s not my type and lives on the other side of the world, but we hit off a friendship, laugh and confide in each other.
But lately things are getting weird at work. Elliot’s being…attentive. His eyes linger a little longer than they should, and there’s a heat behind them that I haven’t felt before. And then, in the shock of all shocks, he tells me that my vulnerability is appealing. But when was I vulnerable?
Horror dawns…Has my boss been reading my emails to Edgar?
Damn it, why did I use my work email?
Oh no, does he know what I really think of him? I’d rather die than ever admit it.
Or, even worse: is it possible that the man I loathe in real life is the man I’m falling for online?
TL Swan and the Miles High Club has been on my tbr list for a while now and I was so excited to finally give this series a go.
I’ll admit it did take me a while to get into The Casanova. I had to slowly get accustomed to the writing style and general storyline (each book seems to be about a different Miles family member with lots of over-the-top drama), but once I did — oh boy, I could not put this down.
As mentioned, this book contains drama. Lots of ‘will they, won’t they’, some miscommunication and assumptions, and a ton of steamy reunions. The heroine is sassy, stubborn, and independent. The hero is used to getting his way. From an initial and long-standing dislike of each other, watching these two characters develop a romantic interest was highly entertaining. And by the end of this book, I now know I need to go back and read the first two in this series immediately.
Disclaimer: Thank you to Netgalley for the arc in exchange for an honest review.