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The Hang Up Paperback – June 13, 2016 by Tawna Fenske

From the Publisher.PR specialist Miriam Ashley makes her living cleaning up bad boys. Mountain climber-turned-CEO Jason Sanders should be an easy fix. And with a nephew to care for, he’s motivated. The problem? Every time she tries to help Jason get his head in the boardroom, they end up in thebedroom. What the hell is she thinking? He’s the definition of off-limits. Not just because he’s a client-he spends his free time risking his life mountain climbing. The same thing that got her father killed. She’s not going to open her heart to a guy who could disappear at the drop of a…well, she’d rather not finish that thought. She needs to leave complicated alone, but every time she sees Jason, something tells her it’s her who might fall…”



Worth Getting in Bed For? Yes. After cutting through some of the silly innuendo and sophomoric genital names, this is a cute and sexy story that is sweet and steamy. Fenske has created characters that are relatable and that the reader can care about and five-year-old Henry steals every scene he’s in. The side characters are well-developed for a series or a stand alone. In this case, it made me want to go back and read the first book. I like the business angle of two women business owners. In this story, I liked the outdoor activities of the adventure company client. A strong love story and a quick, satisfying read make the second book in this series a success.


Copy provided by the Publisher and Tasty Book Tours.


About the Author

Tawna Fenske is a romantic-comedy author who writes humorous fiction, risque romance, and heartwarming love stories with quirky twists. Her offbeat brand of romance has been praised by Booklist as a tame Carl Hiaasen on Cupid juice, and her debut novel, Making Waves, was a nominee for RT Book Reviews contemporary romance of the year. She is a fourth-generation Oregonian who can peel a banana with her toes and loses an average of twenty pairs of eyeglasses per year. She lives in Bend, Oregon, with her husband, her stepkids, and a menagerie of ill-behaved pets.