Review: Until Mani (Happily Ever Alpha) by Rochelle Paige

Until Mani

Until Mani

(Happily Ever Alpha)

by Rochelle Paige

Bryson’s Steakhouse is the go-to place for the Mayson family to celebrate all their big occasions. As its owner, Mani has had a front row seat to the second generation of Maysons finding their boom. But he’s always on the outside looking in, and he doubts it’ll ever be his turn…until Vivian comes crashing into his life.

Vivian doesn’t think she has a lot in common with Mani. He owns a fancy restaurant, and she’s having a hard time finding a job. She’s searching for a cheap place to rent, and he has a beautiful house. Fast food drive-throughs are more her style, and Mani is all about gourmet.

To Mani, these aren’t differences. They’re opportunities to give Vivian everything she deserves.

Until Mani is part of the Happily Ever Alpha World, inspired by the Until Series by Aurora Rose Reynolds.

Review:

4 Chocoholic BOOM Stars on Goodreads

Until Mani by Rochelle Paige is part of the ‘Happily Ever Alpha World’ series. We meet Mani, who is the restaurant owner that we got to know from the Aurora Rose Reynolds, Until Series. Vivian has had a lot of unfortunate events happen to her and she has moved states to regroup, crash on her best friends couch and get her life back on track.

“I finally understood what it meant to be hit by the boom, and it’d only taken one glance.”

This is a short but sweet and tasty read.  I also loved getting some more time with The Mayson’s. This is another must read if you love a hot alpha hero.

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