Title: Whose Bed Is It Anyway?
Miniseries: The Men of Manhattan
Author: Natalie Anderson
Publisher: Harlequin KISS
Genre: Contemporary Romance
“You’re wearing my T-shirt.” Returning home after a daring rescue mission, all James Wolfe can think of is sleep. So he’s furious to find a beautiful stranger curled up in his king-size bed! Normally no woman ever gets between his sheets without prior invitation—who does she think she is?
Disgraced celebrity Caitlin Moore has been offered a place to stay and she won’t give it up—not with the paparazzi outside, baying for her blood! Reluctantly she agrees to share the apartment with James—but, with enough electricity to short-circuit the whole of Manhattan, keeping to their own sides of the bed might prove impossible .
Another book from Harlequin Kiss! I always end up reading a book from that collection whenever I feel like reading a fun and light book. Whose Bed Is It Anyway? was a fun and easy read.
I wasn’t a big fan of the first few chapters of the story as I found Caitlin somewhat annoying and frustrating. She was an unwanted guest at first in James’ apartment and she acted like a spoiled brat – a prima donna. She never really faced her problems head on in the story so I never came to liking her character.
James, on the other hand, was a very well developed character. He was the type of guy you’d want to bring home and meet your family. He was sweet, patient, funny, adorable, charming, and a doctor. What’s not to like? The character also had depth which made him more interesting and believable.
The story was focused on these two main characters and there weren’t much interaction with the other minor characters. In summary, it was a funny and entertaining read. I recommend this book to those who are looking for a fun read to lighten up your mood.
Books and Bindings was given a review copy of Whose Bed Is It Anyway? by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This did not influence or alter the thoughts and opinions of this review in any way.
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