#RSFave & Review | The Setup by Rachel Van Dyken

December 29, 2019 | 2019, rachel van dyken, review, rsfave / 0 Comments

#RSFave & Review | The Setup by Rachel Van DykenThe Setup by Rachel Van Dyken
Series | Bro Code #4
Release Date | December 28, 2019
Genres | College, Contemporary
Format | ARC, eBook
Add to TBR | ADD TO GOODREADS
Buy | Amazon
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Synopsis |

The first day she was sitting by herself — I felt sorry for her. After all, it couldn't be easy wrangling all the testosterone at Wingman Inc as one of the only female office managers.
The second day she literally counted her carrots during break — she had seven by the way, right along with seven sips of her drink in between taking seven tiny little bites of the first carrot.
Now I'm not one to brag, or maybe I am, but math and science fascinate me, so do problems. And this woman screamed puzzle from the way she ducked her head every time anyone looked at her, to the way she counted food and tapped the table when she didn't think anyone was watching.
I'd like to think I took pity on her that day when, in fact, she was the one that took pity on me and asked if I needed a friend. She assumed I had a learning disability since I'd been staring so damn hard.
Things would have ended there, except, my bosses need someone to test the new Wingman App and since I was the only single guy on the floor — I was nominated, right along with the only single woman, the same one who thinks I need to use my fingers to count.
Apparently rumors of my sexcapades throughout college reached even her ears, because she wants nothing to do with me, which makes beta testing a bitch. I have thirty days to win her over and prove myself to my bosses.
One thing's for certain, I'm going to have to buy a hell of a lot of carrots.

Review

Leave the best for last, eh? Finn’s story is here and I am absolutely in love with it! I think it’s my favorite out of the series. Plus it’s another round of meddling from the guys to keep things fresh.

I have to say that I loved what RVD has been doing with this series, I know in many of the reads it’s usually the guy messing up a bit, but with the past three, it’s the leading ladies that kind of mess things up. I’ll admit that the heroes aren’t exactly perfectly, but it’s a nice chance because let’s be real, we mess things up too.

From the hilarious double-date nightmares that brought on this bond of sort, only added to fuel to their ever-growing chemistry.

And Finn has a secret and my goodness, I just fell more in love with the man after learning every little thing about him.

I’m truly going to miss this series and the Pleasure Ponies, besides their hilarious friendship and brotherhood, they truly care for one another. It’s the best kind of friendship that I love reading about in a story.

I can’t recommend this series enough, just more books that I love by RVD.

major thank you to the pr for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.

About Rachel Van Dyken

Rachel Van Dyken is the New York TimesWall Street Journal, and USA TODAY Bestselling author of regency and contemporary romances. When she’s not writing you can find her drinking coffee at Starbucks and plotting her next book while watching The Bachelor.

She keeps her home in Idaho with her Husband and, adorable son. She loves to hear from readers!