A Reluctant Attraction

Cover art for A Reluctant Attraction by Rosanna Leo

A Reluctant Attraction by Rosanna Leo

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I had a feeling, from the beginning, that Nick’s book would be my favorite, and I was absolutely right. I love all the Zorn brothers, but Nick—the youngest Handyman, the cheeky charmer—he holds a special place in my heart. THEN to find out he’s a little anxious bb, so much so that it affects him in the bedroom. My heart! 🥺😩🥺

This book is about two people who absolutely aren’t looking for love falling head over heels for each other (I mean…becoming friends with benefits with absolutely no emotions involved 👀👀👀) in a CAT SANCTUARY.

Romance. Cats. “We can totally have sex and feel nothing even though we’ve been fighting feelings for weeks.” ALL MY FAVORITES.

I loved Claire’s journey of working through her grief from the loss of her husband (she’s been a widow for three years at the start of the story) and beginning to live the life she wants rather than the one she thinks she needs to not betray her husband’s memory. Rosanna’s depiction of Nick’s stress-induced erectile dysfunction was wonderfully done and I LOVED how open and communicative Nick and Claire were throughout the whole story!

A Reluctant Attraction is definitely the horniest of the Handymen books, and I can’t think of a higher compliment. I was 100% here for how into each other Nick and Claire were, both in and out of the bedroom.) And in case you’re wondering…Nick’s a handyman who knows how to use his hands and his tongue. 😏

I’m sad to see the end of the Handymen series and say goodbye to the Zorn brothers, but I loved this soft, horny, hug of a book and I look forward to visiting them all again. 💜

I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.



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2 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for this amazing review, Ally! I appreciate all your support for the entire series, and am thrilled you enjoyed this final Handymen books. Hugs!

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  2. Reblogged this on Rosanna Leo and commented:
    I’m grateful to Ally for all the reviews she’s written for my Handymen series, but this one just tickled me and warmed my heart. She calls A Reluctant Attraction a “soft, horny hug of a book,” and that’s exactly what I wanted to express with this story. Do check out her review, and give her a follow for more romance goodness!

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