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About this book:
You can call me Tom Cat. I’ve been told I’m irresistible to women. Like catnip for a different kind of pussy-cat.
This is the story about how I lost my wingman, broke all my own rules, and found myself falling in love.
Tom Donnely isn’t the marrying kind, or the dating kind. Even after losing his #1 wingman to love, he doesn’t see the point in relationships. When his sister’s best friend returns to Whidbey Island and propositions Donnely for a one-night stand, he breaks one of his biggest rules–no fooling around with his sisters’ friends. It’s just sex, nothing more. That’s what Tom does and does well.
What happens when “just sex” isn’t enough?
Hailey King is more than a match for Tom’s flirtations. She’s known him most of her life and has heard the rumors about his “skills” for years. When her perfectly planned future falls apart, will the last man she should ever fall for turn out to be more than a one-night stand?
Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat is Book Two in the Wingmen series. It can be read as a standalone romantic comedy/contemporary romance. It features languages and situations suited for adult readers.
This was a new book for me told completely from the man’s perspective. I’d never read anything like it and I have to say…I’m a fan.
His overall sexiness.
What I loved most about Tom was that he was an honest and up front kind of guy. Some might think he lead these women on, but I read it more as those women heard what they wanted to hear, not what he said. Tom had no interest in commitment, marriage, babies. None of it.
But what happens when we all reach a certain age? All of our friends starting coupling up and multiplying forcing even the biggest tomcat to reconsider his ways.
But instead of an insta-love of some super incredible, unbelievably perfect woman we get Hailey who he shouldn’t want because she works for the family biz and she’s his baby sister’s best friend. Talk about complicated.
But Hailey is fresh from a breakup with an a-hole and Tom’s reputation precedes him all around their small town. She’s bold about what she wants and goes after it, and because Tom loves women he really cannot say no. And they have a really great time in bed. Like I might have blushed a few times, it was so hot.
I love how the story just goes through the mind of a tomcat as he is slowly falling for a woman and he, of course, doesn’t recognize the signs.
I’m familiar with Daisy Prescott’s work but Confessions of a Reformed Tom Cat had me laughing out loud. There isn’t any real conflict in this story but it doesn’t need it because all the conflict comes from the two people in the developing relationship. Falling in love is hard and the doubts we have can be our own worst enemy and for me, that was drama enough.
This book was free on Amazon at the time of review.