Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Blog Tour: The Pairing by Katie Ashley

Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars

A Companion Novel to The Proposition and The Proposal
After her former boyfriend left her pregnant and alone, Megan McKenzie swore off men. She spent the last eighteen months focused solely on her son, Mason, along with finishing nursing school at the top of her class. Although she’s not ready to complicate her life with a long-term relationship, a nice no-strings attached hook-up is just what she needs. At her godson, Noah’s, baptism, she finds the perfect candidate in the soft-spoken godfather, Pesh Nadeen. After all, the widower could use a good time too. But after drinking too much, the night doesn’t end the way she thought it would. Forced to leave Pesh’s house through a walk of shame, Megan hopes to never, ever see him again.

For Pesh Nadeen, the very sight of Megan sends him into an emotional tailspin. Since she reminds him too much of what he has lost, he wants to be out of her sight…at first. But the more he gets to know her, there's something about the diminutive blonde that causes his protective side to go into overdrive, and he finds himself wanting more. When Megan is assigned to work in his ER to complete her nursing clinicals, he sees it as fate, but she’s having no part of it. She only wants a physical relationship while he wants far more.

What happens next is a sexy game of cat and mouse to see who will break first or if both of them will eventually get more than they ever bargained for.  


When I first heard Pesh was getting his own book, I had a lot of hesitation. I wasn't a huge fan considering I was ALL team Aidan and Pesh was part of why Emma and Aiden had some angst.

I have to say by 25% I started becoming a Pesh fan. Katie Ashley has managed to change my mind and make me fall in love with someone I felt so much animosity for in the other books.

The relationship between Megan and Pesh is enjoyable and exciting. I love Megan, she's adorable and fun. And being able to still see and enjoy Aidan and Emma as well as Noah was fantastic.

This story has all the romance, sex and every little bit of angst to keep you on your toes wondering if the happily ever after will be there. If you were like me and had your doubts about Pesh, trust in me - he is worth the read.

ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. No compensation was received by the reviewer.

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