Review: Opposites Attract (Prentiss #3) by Talia Carmichael

December 13, 2013 Review 0

Review: Opposites Attract (Prentiss #3) by Talia Carmichael

Drake throws HC for a loop, but he’s going to teach the aggravating man he is everything HC needs…

HC Wagner has clashed with Drake—the foreman for MGR Ranch— right from their very first meeting. HC enjoys flirting with—and teasing—the stuffy cowboy. It’s just too bad Drake is so damn sexy…and straight. But when Drake becomes exceptionally friendly and rather openly inviting, HC is scared as to what this might mean, sending him on a trail of discovery to find out exactly who the real Drake Finley is.

Meanwhile Drake is fascinated by the conundrum that is HC Wagner—the smart mouthed, tattooed, Harley-riding chef. He enjoys surprising the man who seems so set on aggravating him. One kiss to shut HC up starts the beginnings of one rollercoaster ride he never thought he would find himself on. After Drake has a taste of the stubborn chef, he finds himself with an unquenchable desire to teach him that not only do opposites attract, they can thrive…as long as they work on it together.

Title: Opposites Attract
Author: Talia Carmichael
Series: Prentiss
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: December 6, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance, Western Romance
Pages: 96
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Stars: four-stars
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Opposites Attract by Talia Carmichael was an enigma of emotion and sensuality.  HC has made it his life’s goal to irritate foreman Drake; whether it be needling him or spouting off offensive language, HC wanted Drake anyway he could get him. Problem, was Drake gay or even interested?

What I enjoyed about the story was the delightful banter between not only Drake and HC as they navigated their feelings but also the teasing between the family members. A more loving relationship could not be found as the brothers, parental units and lovers all rallied together to support HC in his endeavors to win Drake over.

Both Drake and HC were portrayed as strong willed and strong minded characters, whether in relation to their respective jobs, family, friends, or each other. The dynamics was sweet and tender; love was always in the forefront.

Ms. Carmichael has created a wonderful addition to the Prentiss series. Warmth and depth ran amok as Drake and HC turned riling into friendship into love. Best read in order, Opposites Attract was worth the time to read.

Karyn Gerrard


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