Series: A Bro Code Standalone Book 4
Release Date: December 28, 2019
The first day she was sitting by herself — I felt sorry for her. After all, it couldn’t be easy wrangling all the testosterone at Wingmen Inc as one of the only female office managers.
The second day she literally counted her carrots during a break — she had seven by the way, right along with seven sips of her drink in between taking seven tiny little bites of the first carrot.
Now I’m not one to brag, or maybe I am, but math and science fascinate me, so do problems. And this woman screamed puzzle from the way she ducked her head every time anyone looked at her, to the way she counted food and tapped the table when she didn’t think anyone was watching.
I’d like to think I took pity on her that day when, in fact, she was the one that took pity on me and asked if I needed a friend. She assumed I had a learning disability since I’d been staring so damn hard.
Things would have ended there, except, my bosses need someone to test the new Wingmen App and since I was the only single guy on the floor — I was nominated, right along with the only single woman, the same one who thinks I need to use my fingers to count.
Apparently rumors of my sexcapades throughout college reached even her ears because she wants nothing to do with me, which makes beta testing a bitch. I have thirty days to win her over and prove myself to my bosses.
One thing’s for certain, I’m going to have to buy a hell of a lot of carrots.
My Review of The Setup
Oh, Finn. Just when you think that the next book just can’t be as good as the previous, Rachel Van Dyken proves you wrong. Finn and Jillian’s book is my favorite of the Bro Code Series and I’ll shout it as loud as I need to if it’ll get you to pick up this sweet and funny romance.
I mean, what could happen when you have the last name of Titus? RVD gives us lust, love, and pure romance within the pages of The Setup. The way Finn uses his hands and his words will have you swooning from the first page to the last.
The dialogue between these two honest and loveable characters is endearing and I haven’t loved a couple so much since The Dare (RVD). The bonus is that all the Pleasure Ponies are still making their presence known, along with Ian and Lex.
The Setup is a wonderfully constructed romantic comedy that will have you laughing and swooning from start to finish. The whole Bro Code Series is a must-read, but The Setup (and Finn) is the best of the bunch.