Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: April 7th 2020
What is The Bachelors Club?
It’s a gentleman’s club—like the dignified men of the past used to have. Except, we’re not gentleman, and we’re not dignified.
We’re ineligible bachelors, bored, jaded and not looking for relationships. Quite the opposite actually. So committed to being single, we’ve created a high stakes bet to see who can remain single the longest…
Four days co-habitating in a shared work space shouldn’t be a big deal. It shouldn’t be distracting. But Spencer Standish saw me puking in a company trash can, and won’t let me live it down. Cheerful, aggravating Spencer, who wants me to fetch her coffee.
As if she’s the boss of me.
And now I’m stuck sharing her office.
Let’s face facts: I can’t be in a relationship; not when there’s a bet to win—not with Spencer, who loves my uncontrollable basset hound, lazy Sundays, and grilled cheese as much as I do. I refuse to fall for her.
I will be the last Bachelor standing.
ARC provided by Author in exchange for my honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review
Fishing for a boyfriend in the workplace pond is by far the worst idea I’ve ever had. Is it stopping me from flirting my perky tits off? Not one bit.
Sara Ney hits us with another feel good, low angst rom com in her Bachelors Club series. The sequel to Bachelor Society, follows our lucky (or unlucky) member Phillip who finds out that he will be sharing office space with Spencer, the girl he totally blew chunks in front of, as his side of the company is getting remodeled.
This was an entertaining read, though I can’t say its my favorite from Sara Ney. The dynamic between Phillip and Spencer is a quirky one that I found myself smiling at even though it took a bit longer than I would have liked to feel the connection and chemistry between the two. Their constant banter and quick whips was the highlight of the story and the relationships each of the characters have with their friends was probably the most thought out dynamic within the novel.
Overall, this story was an okay read for me. Ney delivered on her signature humor and snark, but the pacing of the novel really through me off with the beginning being such a slow burn but the ending coming together so quickly, I never got to fully bask in the romance of it all. However, even with that, Bachelor Boss, was a super sweet and laugh out loud story, and I’m curious to see how Blaine’s story will turn out!
Huge thank you to Sara Ney for sending me an ARC for my honest review! Quotations taken from an uncorrected proof and may change upon final publication.
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