Review: HANDLE WITH CARE by Helena Hunting

handle with care

Handle With Care by Helena Hunting
Series: Shacking Up, book 5
Genre: romantic comedy
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Publication Date: August 27, 2019
Rating: ★★★★1/2

Lincoln Moorehead is *italian chef kisses* . I love that man more than reason.

This story was a summer breeze on a sunny day at the beach. I got such warm and fuzzy feelings reading about Wren and Lincoln. I was invested from page one and honestly I could have read 50 more pages about them.

Wren is the kind of woman I admire and aspire to be. She is so badass and amazing at everything she does. Man, reading about her incapacitating a grown man within seconds just woke up something in me and I don’t know how to deal with it. 10/10 recommend Wren as a life partner.

Lincoln is surly, sullen and everything that can be used to describe him cribbing 24×7. But at the core of it he’s a cuddly bear who just wants to love and be loved. I was gone for him from chapter one and my love for him only grew deep.

I smiled so hard while reading this book. Wren and Lincoln gave me this bubbly and happy feeling that I grew addicted to. These two are just too much for more me to handle.

4.5 Stars!


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Between his parents’ messed up marriage and his narcissistic younger brother, Lincoln Moorehead has spent the majority of his life avoiding his family. After the death of his father, Lincoln finds himself in the middle of the drama. To top it all off, he’s been named CEO of Moorehead Media, much to his brother’s chagrin. But Lincoln’s bad attitude softens when he meets the no-nonsense, gorgeous woman who has been given the task of transforming him from the gruff, wilderness guy to a suave businessman

Wren Sterling has been working double time to keep the indiscretions at Moorehead Media at bay, so when she’s presented with a new contract, with new responsibilities and additional incentives, she agrees. Working with the reclusive oldest son of a ridiculously entitled family is worth the hassle if it means she’s that much closer to pursuing her own dreams. What Wren doesn’t expect is to find herself attracted to him, or for it to be mutual. And she certainly doesn’t expect to fall for Lincoln. But when a shocking new Moorehead scandal comes to light, she’s forced to choose between her own family and the broody, cynical CEO.

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