~Book Review~ “The Pact” by Max Monroe

My Review:

Daisy Diaz happens to be in Vegas for a work trip when she finds out her work visa has expired and she will likely be deported back to Canada.  While freaking out (which she does daily), she runs into a tall, dark and mysterious stranger and jumps on the back of his motorcycle. 

Flynn Winslow is in Vegas for his brother’s bachelor party weekend when he runs into the beautiful woman who seems to bring sunshine into the room with her and can’t seem to stop rambling when she is nervous. 

The always logical (and typically quiet) Flynn has an idea and offers up a marriage of convenience . . .

The Pact by Max Monroe was a sexy opposites attract romantic comedy that had me laughing out loud page after page!  I fell in love with the Winslow brothers from the free prequel, Gotta Have Fate, and my love solidified in The Bet.  The banter and ribbing between these siblings is simply hilarious.  And, their love for one another is easy to see. 

I had no idea how much I would adore Flynn!  The fact that all of his siblings see him as mysterious just because he is quiet and doesn’t offer up information unless asked is beyond entertaining.  And, he does talk . . . he’s just the most prolific in the bedroom!  He is truly a gentleman outside of it.  Caring and kind and genuinely a nice guy.  And, Daisy was an extremely likeable character as well.  Her rambling when nervous or anxious is incredibly humorous.  And, Flynn knows exactly how to calm her down!  But, she is also a genuine person who is having issues keeping feelings out of the marriage of convenience and really can’t lie to others to save her soul which makes this even funnier to watch play out.

The Pact is a wild ride and a really fun read that honestly had me giggling out loud and smiling ear to ear.  I loved every page and can’t wait to see what Max Monroe has up their sleeves for Ty’s book, which is up next!  5 stars!

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This Winslow Brother better buckle up—he has no idea what’s coming.

Sexy bachelor Flynn Winslow is such a man of mystery, not even his four siblings know the details of his life. He’s quiet, patient, and kind, and when the time comes for a cool headed perspective, he’s always the man for the job.

But over a decade ago, a fortune teller predicted that one day Flynn would make a pact with a beautiful stranger and his life would take a drastic turn…

This Winslow Brother better buckle up—he has no idea what’s coming.

Get ready to laugh and swoon!

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“Oh my gosh! I’m sorry!” A female voice grabs my attention, and I glance toward the entrance doors of the Wynn to find a blur of wild curls running like a banshee. She bumps into several people trying to get outside, and more apologies blurt from her lips as she almost takes out an older gentleman wearing a cowboy hat.

The man is none too pleased, but his annoyance doesn’t stop her. Out onto the pavement of the driveway, she stumbles a bit on her sky-high heels as she continues her fast-track path to who knows where.

She comes to a halting stop in the center of the entrance driveway, in the middle of cars and only a few feet from my bike, and looks around maniacally with her big green eyes.

What is she doing?

Her breaths come out in harsh pants, and she chaotically brushes pieces of her wild mane of curls out of her face.

“You okay?” I find myself asking, and she snaps her eyes toward mine.

She stares at me like I just asked her to solve an advanced calculus problem, and I lift the visor up on my helmet to repeat my question. “You okay?”

She shakes her head and digs her teeth into the meat of her full, red-painted lips. But just as she opens her mouth to respond, a man in a well-fitted suit comes bursting out of the entrance doors, yelling, “Daisy!”

The beautiful but possibly insane woman shuts her eyes on a heavy sigh, and by the sag in her shoulders and frown on her lips, I have a feeling she’s the Daisy he’s calling for.

“Daisy! Honey! Wait up!”

“Fuck,” she mutters, and it doesn’t take a genius to figure out Crazy Daisy wants nothing to do with this guy.

Maybe he’s the reason for her abrupt departure and reckless sprint out of the casino?

This guy could be her boyfriend. Fiancé. Husband. I don’t fucking know what. But whoever he is, she wants distance. That much is apparent.

And even though I’m supposed to meet my brothers at one of the Wynn’s bars in about ten minutes, the urge to help her is too strong to ignore.

It’s a rare thing for a guy like me, to be honest. I don’t meddle in other people’s shit, but the panicked look on her face makes me want to give her the escape she needs.

But before I know it, before I can even offer the help, she takes it for herself.


About Max Monroe

A duo of romance authors team up under the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling pseudonym Max Monroe to bring you sexy, laugh-out-loud reads.

Max Monroe is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than ten contemporary romance titles. Favorite writing partners and long time friends, Max and Monroe strive to live and write all the fun, sexy swoon so often missing from their Facebook newsfeed. Sarcastic by nature, their two writing souls feel like they’ve found their other half. This is their most favorite adventure thus far.

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