I am back with a new ARC review! Hello my dears. I read the blurb of Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s new book ‘Tailored for Trouble’ (the first in her new series called ‘Happy Pants’ I believe) and it was interesting. I waited patiently until I could download it, and within hours I swallowed the book whole. This was a book that did not disappoint, and I thank the blurb for being so awesome and convincing me to give this book a chance. For more information on blurb and why I heavily depend on blurbs and why you should too+pro tips check out my previous post.
It has been a few days since I finished the book .I write this review now because I wanted to go back and think about the book without the added high a great books gives you once you finish it.
So what’s great about this book that you should go get a copy yourself?
Tailored for Trouble by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff officially on sell August 9th 2016.
Well, the writing was great. The beginning starts of great with interesting twists and turn happening within the first two chapters. The conversations occurring between the two main characters is so cheeky and well developed. It reminded me of Shelly Laurenston‘s earlier work that had such great cheeky comedy in the language of her characters.
There is a HEA, but before that we slowly start to see through each chapter a story being completed filled out by Mimi. Everything comes to a full circle by the last five chapters or so. Sometimes the inner dialogue got a bit heavy , but it wasn’t overbearing or distracting enough to take away from the pull this book has.
The story between the main characters is sweet as the cold exterior is soften slowly after each chapter. The background of each character is rather basic, and some thing I have heard about in previous books, but despite seeming simplistic it was well developed, written, and edited. The consistent flow of the story and the pace was just perfect, and nothing felt filler or overused. It was a great book, and I recommend you pick it up for yourself. I have read other books by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, but this new series of hers is different from her books. (Aka The King trilogy, which was well written, but the characters were a clusterfuck of a mess regarding how they acted and why)
Tailored for Trouble Blurb:
A sassy, sexy, laugh-out-loud rom-com between the hottest man never to be tamed and the woman crazy enough to try
SHE WANTS TO CHANGE THE WORLD.
Taylor Reed is no stranger to selfish, uncaring CEOs. She was fired by one, which is why she has created her own executive training program—helping heartless bosses become more human. So Taylor shocks even herself when she agrees to coach Bennett Wade, the cutthroat exec who got her unceremoniously canned. She’d love to slam the door in his annoying but very handsome face, but the customers aren’t exactly lining up at her door. Plus, this extreme makeover will give Taylor the golden opportunity to prove that her program works like a charm.
HE WANTS TO BUY IT.
Bennett Wade is many things—arrogant, smug, brusque—but trusting isn’t one of them. Women just seem to be after his billions. So when he hires Taylor Reed, he has no desire to change. Bennett is trying to win over the feminist owner of a company he desperately wants to buy, but something about the fiery Taylor thaws the ice around his heart, making Bennett feel things he never quite planned on. And if there’s one thing Bennett can’t stand, it’s when things don’t go according to plan.
They are a match tailor-made for trouble.