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Hot, filthy rich, and usually irresistible, Hudson Carlyle just met the one woman in Harbor City who’s immune to his legendary charm. Nerdy ant researcher Felicia Hartigan is the unsexiest dresser ever. She trips over air. And she’s in love with totally the wrong man. Hudson can’t stop thinking about her.
His regular moves won’t work here. He’s going to need a new plan, starting with helping her win over the man she thinks she wants. And if in the process she ends up falling for Hudson instead? Even better. Step one, charm her panties off. Step two, repeat step one as frequently as possible.
But what if the famous Carlyle charm finally fails him when he needs it most? Or worse, what if she figures out the one secret he’s kept from everyone, including his family, and walks away for good?
What can I say about The Charmer? Besides the fact that I had a great time reading this story between Hudson and Felicia, it was funny and well written and just…great.
Felicia is the perfect heroine. She’s nerdy as hell and isn’t all that concerned with her appearance which I found a relief because it made her more real, more human. But what I loved was that she didn’t hide her nerd. Hell, she couldn’t help but let it shine because it was her down to her bones. But I liked that at the beginning she wasn’t all that likable, at least to me. She was pretty judgmental about Hudson, which was a bit of a turn off. But all it took was him calling her out on judging him without the scientific method and BAM she used her logic to give him a chance.
And Hudson, well what can I say? I friggin’ LOVED him! If you think The Charmer is another story about another well off playboy, you’d be wrong. Hudson has layers, depth and a real personality behind all that charm and once you get to know all that about him, I dare you not to fall in love! Plus, a sexy billionaire with a secret love of matchmaking? YES, please!
I read this book in about one day—to the detriment of my quickly growing workload—because it was just that good. I loved Felicia Hudson together, the flirting and ant facts and talk about panty color. It was the kind of book that makes you wear a goofy smile the whole time.
To me Avery Flynn has given me everything a good romance needs; a sexy hero, a sassy heroine and just a pinch of drama so they learn to appreciate the love they found. And she’s given it in spades in The Charmer.