MISS BEHAVE by Nikky Kaye
Genre: Contemporary romance, romantic comedy (standalone)
Trope: Enemies to Lovers
Author: Nikky Kaye
Release Date: July 10, 2018
When he stormed into my office and said I owed him a date, I thought he was crazy. Okay, crazy and hot. But I couldn’t help it that my advice column blocked his, uh, rooster.
Good girls like me aren’t supposed to fall for dirty-talking men with smoldering eyes and hidden tattoos—especially since now that we’re working together.
If you can call going on blind double dates and researching adult toy stores work…
Why did I want to be a good girl, again?
MISS BEHAVE is a flirty, funny, frisky romantic comedy about putting the “man” back in “manners.” This enemies-to-friends-to-lovers office romance will push all your buttons, then unbutton them…
Behaving is overrated
I have always enjoyed a good office romance. Especially an office romance that starts off with some animosity between the two people. I don’t know if there is really anything better than watching someone fall in love with their “sworn enemy.” With Miss Behave, I found the vibe to be less enemies and more just rivals. These two never really outright hated each other. They tolerated each other pretty well, and for the most part, got along. Because of that, I wasn’t really on board with the whole “enemies to lovers” aspect of this book, but I enjoyed it none the less because of it.
Miss Behave is the story of Lizzie and Ash. Both are advice columnists for online magazines. When the two magazines merge, they find themselves working together to duke it out to see who gets to stay on after the merger. This should make for a pretty hostile work environment, but somehow these two manage to make it work. However, Lizzie and Ash are constantly fighting their attraction, until they can’t help but finally make a move.
I really enjoyed Nikky Kaye’s writing. It had good flow, good conversation, and was quite funny. Her characters were well developed, flushed out, and likable which makes a big difference when reading a new author. Stilted characters, or chunky writing can turn me away from a book pretty quickly, and I never once felt that way with Miss Behave. I did think their where some missed opportunities when it came to the “enemies” portion of the story, but it didn’t deter from my overall liking of the book.
Overall Miss Behave was a cute, sexy romance that I recommend to readers of Lila Monroe, Lili Valente, and Carmen Jenner.
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About the Author
“Nikky Kaye is the QUEEN of writing hilariously cringeworthy awkward moments and the spectacularly sweaty steamy ones as well!”
Nikky Kaye loves to write and read sexy, sassy, smart books. She is over-educated, under-exercised, and held hostage by her twin boys, an unhealthy diet cola addiction, and a never-ending to do list.
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