Synopsis from Goodreads
Some women are just forbidden.
Like—off the top of my head—MY SISTER’S LIFE-LONG BEST FRIEND.
Sis has made it patently clear that Vanessa is hands-off, as in keep my ladies’ man paws far away from her clever, go-getter best friend who’s ready for the real deal. That should be an easy guideline to follow, except Vanessa is deliciously flirty, easy to talk to, and laughs at my jokes. Translation – my libido has been craving her many, many years. So many that we might have stolen a kiss or two.
Can you say pent-up, crazy, raw desire?
That’s exactly what we’re both feeling when the storm of the century hits and it’s 10 inches of snow with Vanessa and me trapped in a cabin all night long…
The trouble is—Vanessa isn’t interested in my playboy ways, and I have one night to convince her that I’m the real deal.
Nobody Does It Better involves all of our favourite characters from the previous Lucky in Love books to bring together the boy and girl who fell hard for each other in high school but maintained their distance out of respect to their best friend/sister.
The chemistry and underlying emotions between Shaw and Vanessa have been obvious throughout the series, the barriers to them being together are mainly concerning Shaw’s sister, Perri (The Feel Good Factor) who also happens to be one of Vanessa’s best friends. However, there is also the preconceived idea that Shaw is a player because of his flirty banter and joker personality.
Placed in a situation where it is just the two of them allows Shaw and Vanessa to explore the attraction between them. Although neither are initially brave enough to lay their feelings on the line.
Nobody Does It Better is fast and furious with a lot of bonus humor and retro-style thrown into the mix. I adored the way in which the romantic intervention came into being. 💕💖💋🌹