San Francisco is heating up for Aspen Adams this summer.
With grad school under my belt I’m ready to start the next chapter of my life. San Francisco is a brand new city. I have an amazing apartment, a new job, family, and friends to keep me occupied. Life in the city will be easy.
Keep my head down, don’t break any of the ridiculous rules in my lease agreement, get my best friend through her nasty relationship drama, and stick to my five year plan. I’ve got this. Or at least I would if I could figure out why my heart skips a beat every time I see my hot neighbor.
Handsome, funny, and always around right when I need him, Finnegan McRyan is my own personal knight in shining armor. The tousled hair and sexy glasses don’t hurt his appeal either. Finn acts like the perfect man, but there’s something about him that has me questioning if it’s too good to be true.
Can I count on him when it really matters or is Finn using his good guy image to hide the truth?
Rush is a first in a new exciting romantic comedy series with a HEA.
Warning: Rush contains sexually explicit scenes and harsh language. Reader discretion is advised. 18+
Rush by Megan Matthews was a refreshing, flirty, and fun read. – Heidi W (amazon)
Such loveable characters! – Katie M (amazon)
Oh, this has to be the cutest book I have read in a long time. – Donnaitaly (amazon)
I LOVED this book. Megan Matthews has a knack for inserting humor into her dialog, making her characters feel real and relatable. – Jilly (amazon)
This was such a good read, I have literally not put it down. – Sara (amazon)
Matthews has an easy writing style, making this book fun to read. – ShannonLovesBooks (amazon)
I loved this book! Ms. Matthews drew me into this wonderfully captivating fictional world that I never wanted to come back out. The story flowed, the characters had real life qualities, and it just overall was an amazing book. – Meg M (amazon)
It is has sexy hot bits along with laugh out loud funny bits. The authors writing is a comfortable and easy style. The reader slips in an fall into the story with abandon. – Malia S (amazon)