How to protect your heart: Let your bodyguard have it.
Jane Cobalt is an American princess. The loyal and painfully curious twenty-three-year-old has inherited immense pressure to preserve the Cobalt legacy. But for Jane — sex, love, and life have been a series of royal failures.After a friends-with-benefits ended in disaster, she’s sworn to a “no sex” hiatus for, well, eternity — and she has no intention of letting anyone in her bed and definitely not her heart.
Twenty-eight-year-old Thatcher Moretti is painfully professional. As the stern 24/7 bodyguard to Jane, thinking about unbridled sex with his sweet client is a sin. One that he keeps committing.
But the real act is a hard line he’d never cross.
When a family member betrays Jane’s trust, the media becomes obsessed with matchmaking the perpetually “single” Jane Cobalt and unwanted attention suddenly compromises her safety.Thatcher would do anything to protect her, and one solution may level the threats:
Become the fake boyfriend to an American princess.
Entwined together with boiling chemistry, new “professional” parameters, and an oath, unsaid feelings threaten to rise and change everything.
I liked this way more than Moffy & Farrow’s books. TLU perfectly balanced the romance and family dynamics we all of about this series.
Jane and Thatcher are such an amazing couple. They balance each other out perfectly. I loved seeing them slowly get to know each other and fall in love. Their chemistry is off the charts and so natural. I hope their next book is out soon because I can’t get enough of them. There were so many scenes where I had to physically hold back a smile, they made me so giddy. They love and respect each other, and at the end of the day they just want the other one to be as happy and fulfilled as possible. They are KBs softest couple to date.
Jane’s brothers all make an appearance, as well as her sister. I love the Cobalt gang so much, I really want them all to get their own romance (especially Charlie & Beckett, I need to see who manages to bring them down). The famous Wednesday dinners also make an appearance, which I enjoyed. I adored meeting Thatcher’s family and getting to know about his past. His mother and grandmother were a breath of fresh air. I wish we had gotten to know Banks a little more, but other than that the family scenes were A+. Thatcher family is Italian, and I really liked seeing little tidbits about their cultures and seeing the family interact in Italian.
This was a classic KB book, it really reminded me of their Addicted series, and it made me so happy. Sinful Like Us is going to amazing, I can’t wait to see how Thatcher and Jane’s relationship continues, and there were some loose ends that make me really excited for the next installment.