Mister McHottie by Pippa Grant

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Mister McHottie by Pippa Grant

Why Do We Like This Book?

For a brand new author, Pippa has a new fan for life. I laughed so much while reading this book. Ambrosia and Chase’s antics were hilarious, as well as all the secondary characters. One word: glitterbomb! Her brothers will have you choking on your laughter and I cannot wait to read their stories. There is insta-lust and hate-fucking, all over the office, an MLB game suite, a library, even a stockroom at a bar. Pippa gives us a great backstory for both characters, and you can see why they start with the angry sex before realizing they want each other. Well, I should say, Chase decides he’s always loved her and needs to woo (which is hilarious) Ambrosia to see his side of things. I wish it had been longer!

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I laughed so much while reading Mister McHottie. Pippa Grant has a new fan for life. ~ Marissa [4.5/5 stars]

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Favorite Quotes

I wonder what he’d do if I follow him home. Or if I just show up naked on his doorstep. I could lob a few insults, question his choice in décor, call his dick some names, and he’d probably do me in the foyer.
Getting off is great, but “He was a man who had sex, and lots of it, and in the worst locations, with the woman of his nightmares” isn’t the inscription I want on my tombstone. 
“You’re not a grown-up.  You’re some kind of male sex kitten in a glitter suit, and I’m done with you.”

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About Pippa Grant

Pippa Grant is a stay-at-home mom and housewife who loves to escape into sexy, funny stories way more than she likes perpetually cleaning toothpaste out of sinks and off toilet handles. When she’s not reading, writing, sleeping, or trying to prepare her adorable demon spawn to be productive members of society, she’s fantasizing about chocolate chip cookies.

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The best enemies make the best lovers...

I’ve just bought the woman of my nightmares.
Technically, I bought the organic grocery store she works for. Point is, she cost me my two best friends ten years ago. It's payback time, and I'm going to make her life hell.
When I'm not banging her silly and myself stupid.
I need to get my head back in business, because getting off is great, but He was a man who got jiggy, all hours of the day, in the worst locations, with the woman of his nightmares isn't the inscription I want on my tombstone.
Even if it's true.

There are three things I hate:
Bratwurst in any form, my neighbors boinking like farm animals at 3 AM, and Chase Jett.
Mostly I hate Chase Jett. It's been ten years since he took my virginity—I'd make a bratwurst joke, but the unfortunate truth is that it would have to be a bratbest joke, and
yes, it kills me to admit that—and now he's not only a billionaire, he's also my new boss.
Turns out our hate is mutual. And this kind of hate is horrifically twisted, filthy, and banging hot.
I just might have to hate him forever.

Mister McHottie is 45,000 gloriously hilarious, hot, sexy words that your mother warned you about, complete with an organic happy-ever-after (or seven), a Bratwurst Wagon, ill-advised office pranks, and no cheating or cliffhangers.





What did the book do to you?
My Panties Combusted!
I Cried All The Tears!
It Blew My Mind!
It's So Sweet!
It Changed My Life!
About The Author
My first foray into the Romance genre came my freshman year in high school English, where the teacher had us all read books from several different genres. So, my first book boyfriend and PnR introduction, if you will, was Richard Merlin, from The Wizard of Seattle. Prior to that, I’d only read Fantasy or Sci-fi, with a little teen horror thrown in for angst. I was reading The Vampire Diaries decades before it was even a twinkle in the eyes of the producers. Now, I am addicted to PnR, always reading at least one book a week about vamps, wolves, angels, demons, Fae, or overall magic.
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