Genre - Contemporary
Series - N/A
Format - Ebook (216p.)
Rating - 4.5/5 stars
As lawyers on opposing sides of a messy divorce case, Paige Hart and Ross Bennett ought to have kept matters purely professional, yet Paige and Ross came to loathe each other with an intensity that was strictly personal. The bad blood between them takes on an unexpected new dimension when the infuriated pair is forced to share a hospital room, when they’re quarantined after being exposed to the rare and highly contagious Tibetan Concupiscence Virus that’s reputed to shift sensual desire into high gear.
When symptoms (which a nonmedical person might mistake for pure and simple lust) start showing up way ahead of schedule, the lawyers’ objections to each other are overruled — and they enjoy every minute of it. But, after the doctors declare that the disease has run its course, Paige and Ross are still feverish with a longing for one another that they hope will never be cured. When the verdict comes in, will they be sentenced to life — in love?
• Review •
What a great read! I enjoyed STUCK WITH YOU so much. It was silly, quirky, funny and cute. A great book that I could just get lost in. It didn't require tons of thought, it's a simple light-hearted story that had me giggling almost non-stop. I also loved Ms. Jensen's voice so much. I need to get my hands on her backlist pronto!
The characters were endearing, believable, and easy to relate to. Paige and Ross were great together, but I have to admit the way Paige treated him at the end kind of made me want to slap her. It didn't last long though! All was forgiven. There's also the bonus of the side characters Rachel and Nick's reunited lovers romance that I—normally—wouldn't care for, but was balanced with the main plot perfectly. So in essence I got two great romances! Win!
Overall, I'm thrilled with this book. The pacing is great, the writing is excellent, I couldn't ask for much more. I loved the snappy one-liners, and the general humor of the story, especially the hospital scenes! This was a feel-good read from start to finish, and even with a windchill putting temps into the negative digits outside, I was warm and happy inside with this book!