Guest Review: Hanging by a Thread by Jenna Sutton


Thirty-year-old Bebe Banerjee is desperate to get rid of two things: her fiancé and her virginity. Escaping her arranged marriage might be impossible, but she refuses to give her firsts to an entitled jerk who lives on another continent. Instead, she devises a plan that guarantees another man will get her momentous firsts. But she never imagined that man would be Cal O’Brien, the gorgeous heir to the Riley O’Brien & Co. denim empire…

Although Cal has always been fascinated by Bebe’s brilliant mind and beautiful eyes, he’s never pursued her. She can’t stand the sight of him, and every time they’re in the same room, they end up trading insults. Yet when he finds out about Bebe’s bold plan, he makes his move, unaware of her upcoming nuptials. He promises to make her firsts unforgettable, but he doesn’t know how hard it will be to forget her when their arrangement ends.





Swoon. Cal O’Brien, please marry me. No, I’m serious. Please do.

Now that that’s out of the way, allow me to tell you that of these books, this is by far the best one. Bebe and Cal begin the book as… enemies, we’ll say. Of course there’s the age old adage that boys are mean to you because they like you… and in this case, it’s 100% true!

The tension between Bebe and Cal is intense. It’s incredibly sexy, and there’s just something erotic about a powder keg building and building until it explodes. And explode, it certainly does! This book has everything – humor, romance, charm, and, of course, a sexy as hell hero who is so easy to fall in love with. Swoon again.

I would highly recommend these books on a normal day. But after reading this one, I demand that you pick them up. You won’t be sorry! 

Rating: 5 Stars

I read and reviewed a paperback copy of the book gifted to the blog in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.


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