Womanizer by Katy Evans
Release Date: December 5th, 2016 Genre: Contemporary Romance
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Katy Evans comes a brand new contemporary romance. WOMANIZER is a full length standalone, and no other books in the series need to be read.
You've seen the headlines: Womanizing billionaire player! Watch out! Stay away!
We were just two strangers. Facing a forbidden attraction, a chemical connection. Neither of us expected or wanted it to amount to more.
I know I've said it before, and I'll say it again. Katy Evans is an absolute MUST READ! And she has done nothing to sway my opinion with her newest release, WOMANIZER.
Here's the thing. I read for fun. Therefore I tend to gravitate towards authors I know and trust. Katy Evans is amidst greats like Nora Roberts, Jennifer Probst, Callie Hart, and Christina Lauren. Though each of them have a style of their own, they each appeal to my ever wandering sense of adventure. And I am a book whore to the max - because I fall for every one of the male leads. They know exactly how to suck me in.
But enough about Katy and the others, and on to Callan and his womanizing ways. Oddly enough, I feel a bit awkward even saying that. Callan has been the mysteriously quiet bachelor throughout the Manwhore series, a character I have struggled to see as the philandering billionaire that he is described as. WOMANIZER seems almost like an ironic title - like calling the giant who sat in front of you in science class "tiny". We heard of the women who flaunt their attentions in Callan's direction, and sometimes their thoughts on his various attributes, but aside from Livvy, there is only ever one woman that he gives his attention to. And even that is short lived, as he rides to the rescue of a heartbroken Wynn. And while the irony of the title was not lost on me, I still found it refreshingly sweet to have the trio rounded out by yet another softy in the guise of a slutty dickslinger. If you didn't know any better, the men who make up the Manwhore Series could be enough to have you moving to Chicago in hopes of finding your own.
And Olivia. What can I say about Olivia. A girl with a goal, one who might have been in denial but played it beautifully. She didn't want to love him, but rather than woe is me I fell in love with the wrong guy, she passed it off. For once, I didn't get annoyed with a lead female once. I LOVED it.
But....there has to be pros and cons to every story. That's the two sides of the coin. Callan and Olivia were HOT from moment one. Almost too hot, if that's possible. There's a chance that some of their story may feel burned up by their sexy time - which they had A LOT of. Funny, I don't usually complain about that, particularly with Katy, but I just loved Callan and Livvy so much that I wanted more of them.
All in all, I definitely recommend, and even loved it so much that I immediately purchased the Audible version of this one so I can listen to it over and over again while performing the mundane of daily life.