From the first day I met Racer McKay, I knew our interaction was going to be incredibly brief. First impressions really do matter and unfortunately, I didn’t make a very good one.
At the time, I didn’t think much of it. I was never going to see this man again, right?
Wrong! When I’m met with the opportunity of a lifetime, there is only one man in the state of New York who can assist me. And can you guess who it is?
But what I don’t realize is he needs me just as much as I need him. I have money he’s desperate for, and he holds the key to making my dreams come true.
So, we reluctantly join forces.
Our pranks turn from sarcastic banter, to sexual tension and lust-filled glances. Bickering matches quickly morph into slow burn moments. We’re hot, we’re cold. We push and pull. I need him, I don’t want him. We’re on the verge of combusting with an agreement dangling dangerously between us. Neither one of us can afford to lose one another and yet, we’re finding it quite hard to decipher the line that rests between love and hate.
4 out of 5 stars
I have read several Meghan Quinn books and have loved them. I tried to read Co-Wrecker and couldn’t get into it, but I thought I’d give Twisted Twosome a try. I’m glad I did.
Georgiana Westbrook is the youngest daughter in a wealthy family, and has a seriously misogynistic father, who believes a woman’s place is in the home, taking care of the family charities. Georgie doesn’t share her father’s views, and decides to follow her dream of opening a bridal store. The problem – her father is against it and plans to block her from getting finances.
Racer McKay is a handyman who has been working on the pool house at Georgie’s house. Georgie stays outside sun bathing and checking out Ryder on a daily basis. Her best friend McKenzie has the idea to ask Racer to help with the construction of her store, Limerence. Racer has no time for Georgie or her “rich girl” problems, and he’s a real dick to her. Until she offers to pay him $15k for his work.
Georgie and Racer do not get along. They barely tolerate each other. But they have to spend time together, and the more they spend time together, the more they realize they each other pegged wrong.
Georgie is not a rich snob, despite Racer’s views on her. She’s a person who desperately wants to break free from her family and their really dumb, antiquated thoughts on a woman’s place. I really struggled with the storyline around Georgie’s dad. It’s 2017, and her dad started his company from scratch, so I have a hard time believing someone in this day and age would be so old fashioned, but hey, what do I know about rich folk?
Racer was kind of a dick for the first 50% of the book. He’s a guy who is struggling to get by. I get that. It’s not Georgie’s fault that he’s in the situation he is. He treats her like is, and it was hard to like him at first. Georgie and Racer did pull a lot of pranks on each other that were really funny.
I really liked Georgie’s brother Abe and his wife Waverly. They were super cool. Racer did totally win me over in the end, and I really ended up liking him a lot. The ending was a little predictable and annoying, but this was a fun read and I would recommend it to anyone.