Unprofessional – JD Hawkins

 

J.D. Hawkins brings to life another fun couple in the newly released Unprofessional. if you’re looking for a light and flirty read then Unprofessional is the perfect fit.

Blurb: 

What happens when the internet’s favorite playboy falls in love?

I have the best job in the world. Date beautiful women and write about it.

But I want to take it to the next level: instead of writing about my experiences make it into an online reality show.
But here is the catch. My boss wants me to share the show with a woman co-host. And he wants that woman to be my best friend and co-worker, Margo.
I’ll date beautiful women and she’ll date hot men. Sounds fair enough.

So now I have to watch her fake date hot men. I used to love going home with a different woman every night, but suddenly this isn’t as fun. Seeing Margo with anyone else is driving me crazy.

And the more time I spend with her working on the show, the less I want to keep our relationship in the friends’ zone. And the harder it is to stop myself from imagining her bent over the copier.

Things are about to get unprofessional

Review: 
Margo and Owen work for the upbeat and pop culture media outlet Trendblend. They are both young, hip, and hungry for their own professional big break. Luck in a career is one thing but neither has hit success with the lucky in love department. Long time friends, and often playing wingmen for one another, the two enter into a new zone which may make or break their friendship in the end

J.D. Hawkins uses his craft to pen the tale of love restrained by social and personal boundaries. Neither of which can hold true if the underneath matchmaking is meant to be. His smooth transitions between poetic devices in alliteration and repeat are beautifully blended in and effective. His ability to infuse humor and wit between his lead characters keeps the pacing even and entertaining. I love the sprinklings of modern day hipster culture blended with big business ideas of the large corporate money makers. He masterfully creates the transitions and dynamics between Margo and Owen so smoothly that the reader is in love with the two of them before they even know it. A beautifully written fun, light read.

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