Review: Wingman by Katie McCoy

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☆☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

 

What It’s About:

Chase McKenna is the hottest bartender in the city… and he knows it. Sexy, charming, and abs for days? It’s no wonder every girl who walks through the doors is panting for him.

Except me. 

I’m stuck crushing on my perfect boss, who has zero idea I’m even alive. I need a plan to catch his attention… and who better to teach me the tricks of seduction than Mr. Panty—Dropper himself?

The rules are simple: no strings, no stress, and definitely no feelings. But it turns out, Chase is way more than I bargained for, and as for the sparks flying between us…?

You can’t teach chemistry like this.

Soon, we’re throwing our lesson plan out the window — and our clothes right after it. We’re breaking all the rules, and my heart’s on the line, but now I’m wondering…

Must all good flings come to an end?

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My Thoughts:

The Rascals Series by Katie McCoy continues with Wingman.  In this second installment, readers get Chase McKenna’s story.

Chase McKenna is tutor and “wingman” to Kelsey, whom readers met in book one, Rascals.  She is Alex’s best friend and the PR savant who helped the guys launch their pub. Kelsey has image issues and mommy issues that make her less confident in the romance department.  Chase is the total opposite.  While he is guarded and nursing a long-time broken heart, but he is confident about his good looks and sex appeal.

Kelsey’s boss and crush, Justin, provides some of the story tension and angst.  Justin is a gorgeous Brit who barely acknowledges Kelsey’s existence until Chase starts coaching her on the fine art of flirting.  Kelsey’s mother, is presented as a stereotypical hag.  It was overplayed, and personally, I’m getting tired of the hateful mother as the source of all problems in contemporary romances.

As Chase presents “learning opportunities” to Kelsey he finds her more interesting and irresistible.  While he has a reputation as a womanizer, he is really thoughtful and chivalrous.  He just keeps relationships short and shallow to avoid heartbreak.  I really enjoyed the friends-to-lovers romance as well as the secondary story line of both Chase and Kelsey’s career aspirations and successes.

This series is so much fun, and the characters are great.  I love the five friends who opened Rascals, the neighborhood bar, and I am looking forward to each of their upcoming stories.


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The Rascals Series:
Five guys. One bar. And a whole heap of sexy trouble…

#1 Rascal
#2 Wingman 
#3 Heartbreaker – Aug 20th
#4 Soulmate – Oct 15th 
#5 Troublemaker – Dec 10th

 

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