After bonding at a half-marathon, rival gym owners Cam and Kailani discover the person they thought could be their soulmate turns out to be the reason their respective businesses are failing. When a heat-of-the-moment kiss leads to the pair becoming viral sensations, they pretend to be a couple to keep up interest despite the hatred they feel toward each other.
But new clients are not the only thing drawn in by the star-crossed lovers’ fake relationship. They also grab the attention of a famous fitness mogul who tells them he wants to sponsor one of their gyms. The catch? One of them has to beat the other in a televised competition.
With undeniable attraction pulling the two together for real, Cam and Kailani agree to set their differences aside and enjoy the time they get to spend together while competing. Each new challenge becomes a chance for the two of them to get to know each other better, but their pasts keep getting in the way.
Unless they can learn to truly trust each other, not even a miracle can save a relationship that was doomed from the start.
It's book three in the Wonder Boys Series by Dana LeCheminant! Hello, Cam. I think Cam's story might be my favorite so far. I loved the instant crackling chemistry, the first kiss early on and how everything just built from there. It was so good to learn more about Cam and Kailani who are both awesome characters. Even in competition, it was easy to root for them both because they deserved it. It's been so interesting to see how each of these Wonder Boys views themselves within the friend group. Some conceptions are true, some are very off but through it all they are becoming stronger, more unified. I'm all in for that.
I am just loving this series. Each book rings with personality. The spotlight shines on one couple each book but all the friends are still there, still involved. It creates a real feeling of family. Guess who is next?! Kit! The anchor of the group. I can't wait to see what's up for him!!
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.