Review: Hyde and Seek (Hyde #1) by Layla Frost

Hyde and Seek (Hyde #1)

Hyde and Seek

(Hyde #1)

by Layla Frost

Piper Skye is rock ‘n’ roll. She’s party all night, sleep all day. She’s get wild and be free.

Or she would be if she had the time.

And the energy.

And not being so awkward would probably help, too.

As the owner of a thriving dessert business, Piper spends her days at school and her nights elbow deep in batter and frosting. She’s confident her hard work and sacrifice will pay off as long as she stays focused and sticks to the plan.

Jake Hyde is a workaholic with a jaded outlook on life. Surrounding himself with employees he considers his brothers, he long ago made the decision that his custom garage would be his focus.

Fate, as it often does, has other ideas. Plus, a killer sense of humor.

Thrown together by coincidence, the gruff mechanic and the sweet as sin baker have instant sparks. Suddenly, all of their carefully made plans have taken a giant freakin’ left turn.

And they do it on the back of a Harley.

*Warning: This book is intended for adults. It contains frequent adult language and situations.

Don’t try this at home.

At least not without stretching first.

Maybe keep the sneakers on for traction, too.


5  Mr. Bossy Pants Stars on Goodreads

Hyde and Seek is the first book in the Hyde Series by Layla Frost.

Jake is broody, moody and bossy and owns a world famous garage. He wants to find someone who is not interested in him for his money or his world famous company.

Piper is determined and strong willed and wants to make it on her own. She doesn’t want help from her parents financially. She wants to be able to say she built her business herself and at 20 and still in college I find this a little bit if a stretch but it worked.

I liked Jake and Piper together, They where entertaining, amusing and at times sweet as hell. The twist at the end through me as I really thought I knew what was going to happen! I DIDN’T! The secondary characters made this book even better for me and can’t wait to read more books with them. This was a great read and I highly recommend it.

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