From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cathryn Fox comes the scorching Blue Bay Crew series, that follows the sexy, blue collar Owens men who take over their family’s construction business in the small town of Blue Bay, CT.
Jamie Owens doesn’t trust women. Especially not the rich, entitled women looking for a summer fling with a boy from the wrong side of town. But one look at Kylee Jensen in a tiny bikini, and Jamie decides that some rules are made to be broken.
Kylee is tired of being the obedient daughter, and Jamie—shirtless, in a tool belt—is the perfect opportunity to do something for herself, so she hires Blue Bay Construction to work on her cottage. Their hot summer days turn scorching until it’s revealed that Kylee has ties to Jamie’s dark past, forcing them to decide if their dreams, and their relationship, are worth fighting for.
Leveled is a steamy page turner with sizzling emotional intensity and an ending that will hammer readers’ hearts and never let go!
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Leveled by Cathryn Fox Book #2: Blue Bay Crew Series Source: Netgalley My Rating: 4/5 stars I have no idea what’s in the water in Blue Bay, but it sure produces some beautiful, hard-bodied bad boys ... Read full review
This is a smoking hot romance by Cathryn Fox! Leveled is the second book in the series and Jamie and Kylee's love story.
Jamie doesn't trust women especially rich ones who live off their father's money and don't take life seriously. He's back in town trying to help his family run the family business and is working on opening his own tattoo shop when he stumbles upon Kylee sunbathing.
Kylee is enjoying her much needed break at her family's vacation home before starting her high stress job in the fall at her father's law firm. Having the Owen's family redo her back deck is an added bonus because Jamie is definitely worth watching while he is working and as an added bonus he is nothing life the man that her father has picked out for her to marry.
Their attraction to one another is what draws them together, but they soon realize that there is more to them and their relationship than what is just on the outside.
I was given an ARC from the author/publisher. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.