Blue has a nice life. He’s got a job in public relations with a local studio and a nice social life with some hot reality stars. But then his father dies and his sister Amber blackmails him into working with her at the Dooley Foundation. His social life grinds to a halt. Now every woman wants him to fix her – and not in bed! And Amber’s got an idea about a new reality show based on their work at the Foundation, featuring him as a matchmaker. Who does she want him to match up? All his really hot, slightly crazy reality show ex-girl friends.
“Sharp, sassy, modern version of a screwball comedy from Hollywood’s Golden Age except a lot hotter.” Jayne Ann Krentz
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Blue Rules is the second book in this series. I started out with this book, but then stopped and read the first one. It was much better that way. Dooley Rule started the Dooley Foundation to help people with insecurities, relationships, goals, dreams, etc. When he died he left his company to his children, the only problem his children had unresolved issues with him and the stipulations of the will.
This was Blue’ s Story. The last person in the world Blue ever wanted to be like was his dad. Blue had a no attachment rule for relationships. That rule caused the Avengers to be formed. The Avengers were super creative in making Blue “pay” for dumping them. The negative attention caused problems not only for Blue but for the Foundation. Daddy blows in with solution to Blue’ s problem but has the power to change other things as well. Blue Rules had me laughing out loud as well as being heartwarming and touching. I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to Cora Rules.
I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.