Review: WINGMAN by Katie McCoy


Wingman by Katie McCoy
Series: Rascals, book 2
Genre: romantic comedy
Publisher: Katie McCoy Books
Publication Date: June 25, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

A swoony and steamy friends-to-lovers romance!

Wingman has everything you’ve come to love from Katie McCoy’s romance! Laughter, sizzling chemistry, and a sexy love story!

The characters’ interaction with each other was energetic and full of combustible attraction. Their lighthearted friendship easily transitioned to a red-hot friends-with-benefits relationship that scorched the pages of the book. Although Kelsey was very relatable with her realistic qualities of insecurity and self-doubt, the real scene stealer, in my opinion, was Chase. His laid-back approach and irresistible charm was perfect and quite endearing to read. And despite him being labeled a playboy, it was his compassion, thoughtfulness, and honesty that showcased his true qualities as a deeply caring, lovable, and passionate man.

How far is Chase willing to go to help Kelsey land “the man of her dreams”? Can they go back to being just friends once that invisible line has been crossed? And will Chase and Kelsey realize the person they’re meant to be with was right in front of them all along?

A fun, entertaining, and enticing summer read, Wingman is sure to leave a smile on your face and a desperate need for the next book in the series! I can’t wait for more!

4.5 Stars!


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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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