He’s sexy but stays behind the scenes, letting his buddy Chance do all the talking while he matches the clients at parties and events. Booty Camp Dating Service travels the country, and nine months after they leave the city there’s always a flurry of weddings and an accompanying baby boom. Booty Camp claims that clients will be 110% satisfied and they deliver on that promise every single time.
Except Wolf refuses to deliver on that guarantee for himself. He doesn’t find love until Hazel Lavender’s best friend pushes her through his front door. Now all he wants to do is make sure Hazel is 110% satisfied…in his bed. Which, ironically, would break the very rules Wolf demands of his employees--no dating clients, ever.
So instead, Wolf and Hazel fight. And kiss. And fight some more.
Will Wolf’s own rules make him the very first Booty Camp Happily Never After?
Line up readers, your Booty Camp date is waiting…
Booty Camp Dating Service is a STANDALONE!
Over the last few weeks I have been involved for the promo for Debra's newest release Booty Camp Dating Service and last week I start my ARC once it finally decided to grace my Kindle with its presence!
When the book opens, we meet Hazel who is being dragged to the touring match-making service that is in town by her best friend Claire. Booty Camp promises 110% satisfaction and after handing over her money Hazel is in and when she first signs up she thinks it will be a barrel of laughs for her and her friend but things don't work out that way when Wolf enters the picture.
Wolf is the owner of Booty Camp with an inherited cosmic gift to match-make. He can sense energies and feel when people are soulmates but what he has always least expecting is meeting his at one of his own events. It is clear from the get go that Wolf and Hazel are meant for one another but Wolf fights it with all he has and comes across as an ultimate alpha male who he an idiot which, of course, doesn't come across well to Hazel. I think had we not seen Wolf's point of view I think we would have felt the same but seeing his thoughts made you realise the turmoil he was going through.
I loved how Hazel and Wolf's relationship was juxtapositioned by Claire and Chance's (Hazel and Wolf's best friends) who are together in this book. It was like a how-to guide of how Wolf should have proceeded but instead, he took the hard way!
Of course, these two fight passionately and make up just as passionately, the book was fast paced and kept me going but the thing that stops me giving this book is some of the writing, the plot is there and I loved it but it was some of the descriptions used that I found a little off-putting and distracting. Other than that, this is a great, fun read with great moments throughout and you really find yourself rooting for Hazel and Wolf to sort it out and be together in the end.