The Rooftop Crew #6
A Co-Worker’s Crush
Three tattoo guns.
Five motorcycle tires.
That’s what I lost before I realized nothing good comes from dating my co-workers.
Usually, I don’t have much self-control. So, the fact that Frankie Grant is a hot, talented tattoo artist means it’s a damn miracle she hasn’t already been in my bed. But nothing can happen between us because Frankie comes with Jolie, her young daughter, and a crap load of baggage from her ex. And those are two things I never entertain.
Anyone who knows me—the screwed up foster kid from the wrong side of the tracks—knows I’m not the guy you take home to meet your parents, let alone your kid. But I also know what it’s like not to have parents, so things get complicated when Jolie asks me to be her daddy.
I might as well just slash my own tires now.
A solid finale to a great series! And I’m so happy to end my year with A Co-Worker’s Crush. I was rather thankful for the little to no drama in this one.
I’ve definitely been waiting for this one since Frankie and Jax first met. I knew the banter would top level and with Frankie’s adorable little one, I was ready to soak up all those moments. And Jax definitely doesn’t disappoint since he has a bit of a bond with Jolie. LOVE IT!
Truly loved getting to know Frankie and Jax a bit more in this one. The enemies to lovers trope is an absolute fave and it always adds to the story.
It’s a light, steammmyyyyyyyyyy read that you’ll definitely enjoy especially if you’re a fan of the series. Like The Baileys, I’m sad to say farewell to this series, but I know we’ll see the Rooftop Crew again 😉