Love In Numbers by Scarlett Cole
Series: Love Distilled
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Model: Lucas Loyola
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Connor isn’t in the market for messy.
His life is going completely according to plan. He’s set to become CEO of his family’s company, his Ironman time is better than ever, and his regular poker nights with the guys are his one night a month he can stop worrying about counting macros and indulge himself. What he doesn’t need is a relationship with Emerson Dyer—daughter of his father’s lifelong enemy and most-hated rival.
Emerson’s life is nothing but messy.
Since her father died, leaving her CEO of their gin distillery, everything that could go wrong has gone wrong. Emerson is barely holding it together—what she doesn’t need is a complication like Connor Finch. Sure, his abs do look like they’ve been photoshopped, but she has no time to spend counting them. It’s her company’s numbers she should be worrying about. Still, there’s something about the way he makes her feel.
Together, they’re perfect.
Connor knows he and Emerson don’t make sense on paper. Too many differences between them—and one big secret that could destroy Emerson’s family business tells him to cut and run. But for once in his life, Connor doesn’t care about messy or imperfect—because the fact is, Emerson is the one perfect thing he needs in his life. Now if he can only convince her . . .
When their lips met, he could taste the gin on her lips. Her tongue met his as boldly as the gin had done, bursting with life and flavor.
Her hand went around his neck, tugging him toward her, and he had half a mind to take her on the bar. Only the recollection that they were in her workplace stopped him from acting upon it.
When they finally broke for air, Emerson grinned. “When I said let it roll over the tongue, I meant yours not mine.”
“It tasted better on yours,” he said. “I needed a second opinion on the citrus.”
MEET THE AUTHOR
Scarlett Cole is a contemporary romance author that calls both Toronto, Canada and Manchester, England home. A born city dweller, she periodically quashes the urge to live in the country by hiking up a mountain to remind herself that living away from people would terrify the pants off her.
She believes everybody deserves their love story to be told and loves her heroes on the rough and rugged side…and usually tall (because she married one of those 6ft 6” men you read about in romance!). She’s an A-type personality and Scorpio star sign, so good luck getting her to do anything she doesn’t want to.
When she isn’t writing, she’s happy to talk hot men and expensive shoes while drinking a cold gin and tonic. Don’t bring up olives. As far as Scarlett is concerned, they are the devil’s food. As long as you don’t bring up olives, she’s happy to hear from any time.
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“She was a flash fire when provoked but was quick to quench it, and he liked it.”
After her father’s death, Emerson must keep her family and their business together. When the distillery suffers loss, Emerson must come up with money to solve the problem. Meeting Connor was the last thing Emerson expected, but it was just what she needed. Little did she know, Connor was already aware of who Emerson was and what her family did. But what he didn’t know, was the true side of Emerson and the Dyer family. With dreams, love, and uncovered secrets, Love in Numbers is a perfect romance.
“What started out as curiosity had turned into so much more. And he suddenly had the urge to learn everything about her.”
This is the first book I have read from Scarlett, and I was pleasantly surprised. Everything about Love In Numbers screamed class. From the liquor knowledge to the steamy, yet respectful connection between Emerson and Connor, Scarlett takes romance to a new level.
“His words hit her firmly in the chest. Had his actions been reckless? Yes. But had they really done any harm? No. Not to her or to the distillery. And he cared for her, passionately. He respected her.”