Series: Fisher Brothers
on October 9th, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Guy Hater is the second book in The Fisher Brother's Trilogy and follows the story of oldest brother Frank.
Frank is the oldest of the Fisher Brothers; quiet, pensive and sexy as hell. He's stuck in a loveless relationship that he doesn't know how to get out of. The night Claudia walks into his bar, his life is forever changed. Frank is torn between following his obligations or his heart. It's not as easy to navigate as one might think.
Will Frank risk losing the one person who brought him back to life or will he go against it all and do what's expected of him?
“When a soul-deep connection exists between people, it can’t be denied because it isn’t in your control. You can’t wish it away or pretend it’s not there once you’re aware of it. Soul connections bond people, whether you want them to or not.”
I finally understood Britney’s obsession with this bar. One step inside its warm interior and I loved the vibe already. Soft music played in the background, but was drowned out by the conversations happening everywhere. A whole section of wall was dedicated to Instagram pictures only, with Sam’s bar prominently advertised in the corner. It was brilliant marketing and I respected it. Nick’s handiwork, I knew from Britney.
“It’s amazing, right?” she asked as we navigated through the crowd, and I smiled and nodded in response.
We found Ryan and Nick tending bar—smiling, taking orders, and mixing drinks. They were definitely good-looking, both with gorgeous blue eyes that looked almost identical in the dim light. I absolutely understood the appeal and why women kept coming back for more.
When Britney introduced me to Ryan, I smiled, realizing within seconds why she crushed on him. He was charming, but not in a cheesy kind of way, with sandy-brown hair and a sprinkling of sun-kissed freckles that reminded me of Britney’s. His charm seemed easy and genuine, like it was part of who he was, not like he was giving you his best sales pitch. It would be way too easy to think he was into you when he talked to you.
While I observed Britney and Ryan flirting with each other, my skin prickled for no apparent reason. I looked around the room, my eyes latching onto a pair of green ones that I couldn’t look away from.
It had to be Frank, the oldest Fisher brother. His jet-black hair matched Nick’s, and their features were similar.
I struggled to look away. He was devilishly handsome, his jawline so strong and rugged, it caused my breath to catch in my throat. We stared at each other for what felt like minutes, but was probably only a few fleeting seconds, until I tore my gaze away.
Someone had to.
Even though I was no longer looking his way, I could still feel him, sense he was near. Unnerved, I hesitated before looking up at the sound of what had to be his voice. Everything about this man caused my body to physically react, and I had no idea why.
I haven’t read the first book in this series but this one was just fine for me even though I haven’t. I loved curling up to this on a rainy day this past weekend. It was fun and sweet and just an easy afternoon read.
Frank and Claudia are instant chemistry and the electricity just leaped off the pages with them. Frank is a stand up guy always doing the right thing, Claudia is a fun and sassy chick that you instantly love. I don’t feel this was a triangle book but I can see how some may think that.
The whole book had a “do what makes you happy” theme and finding your place. I enjoyed it so much and I can’t wait to squeeze book one into my reading list to catch up on these brothers. Great book Jen!!