Lauren Layne’s Sex, Love & Stiletto series simmers to a boil as two high-powered magazine writers find love amid a war of words.
As a leading columnist for Stiletto, Grace Brighton has built a career warning women about rotten, cheating liars. She just never suspected her fiancé would be one of them. After Grace takes a heart-mending hiatus, her first assignment is to go on a couple of dates with a counterpart from the men’s magazine Oxford and report her impressions. Grace 1.0 may have been instantly smitten with the gorgeous correspondent, but Grace 2.0 has sworn off relationships for six months, and she’s not falling for his outstanding bod and trophy-winning kisses . . . or is she?
Jake Malone wants to get back to the fly-by-night, who-knows-what’s-next guy he used to be, and he knows exactly how to do it. Oxford is adding a travel section, and Jake—with no wife and no kids and a willingness to live anywhere, eat anything, do everything—is perfect for the job . . . except that his playboy reputation makes his new editor nervous. To get the gig, he must agree to a fluffy joint article with Stiletto. But after just one date with snooty, sumptuous, sensational Grace Brighton, Jake starts taking this assignment a whole lot more seriously.
I definitely love reading this new and sexy series. Lauren Layne can definitely create a great and funny series. In the second book in the series, its about Grace, who got cheated on from her long time boyfriend. She has been recovering from her breakup that she create a new personas of herself with becoming a 2.0 version. However, everything crumble when she meet Jake Malone. Jake Malone is the lady man, but getting very tired from it. He wants to try the travel section, but he needs to win the competition first. The competition is between Stiletto and Oxford. which going to between Grace and Jack. They definitely have great attraction between each other. However, they are both fighting it since they both have baggage within each other. But they develop more feelings with each other that they know its something more within each other. Its funny with the pranks they pull on each other. This book was a great read!