(Bergen Brothers #2)
by Krista Sandor
Billionaire workaholic Jasper Bergen calls the shots—and that’s just the way he likes it.
As CEO of Bergen Enterprises, he’s dedicated his life to keeping his family’s mountain sports empire profitable. But sales have plateaued, and the company needs a jumpstart.
Enter Elle Reynolds.
She’s a bestselling travel writer whose celebrity adventurer status makes her the perfect choice to boost the company’s public image.
The perfect choice for everyone but Jasper.
Hired by the company’s founders, he has no choice but to work with the free-spirited author.
And while they clash at every turn, Elle can’t quit. Her accountant has swindled her out of millions, and she needs this job to get back on her feet.
But Jasper and Elle may have more in common than they think.
Thanks to their busy schedules, neither’s dated in ages.
Or gotten any.
In a long time.
A situation that can only be remedied by a feast— a MAN FEAST.
When they agree to a no-strings night of passion, their chemistry is off the charts.
And these two opposites soon realize there’s a fine line between love and hate.
Man Feast is the second book in the three-book Bergen Brothers Series. You’ll laugh, sigh, and swoon over the playboy, the CEO, the runaway heir, and the smart women who bring these brothers to their knees. This book can be read as a standalone or as part of the series.
The Bergen Brothers Series:
Man Fast (Book 1)
Man Feast (Book 2)
Man Find (Book 3)
*Also available in audiobook
Man Feast is the second book in The Bergen Brothers Series by Krista Sandor. I was excited to start this book as I really has loved the first book in the series.
Jasper is a work-aholic and hasn’t got time for anything else, sure he doesn’t need a life when he has work to do.
Eleanor is a travel writer who is widely known and vastly travelled. She is in a spot of bother financially, she has lost her fortune thanks to her accountant and so she has no option but to except a job offer to review the Bergen Empire. There is only one problem with his job offer, it means she has to work with Jasper who she can’t seem to have a conversation with before it turns to arguing.
This is an enemies to lover feisty read. Elle’s attitude makes the story for me, she’s a strong lead character that has you laughing one minute and sad the next. As with the first book in this series the secondary characters also make this book great for me! Another brilliant instalment in the Bergen Brother Series and I can’t wait to read Camden’s story next.