Handle With Care

Handle With Care

by Helena Hunting

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Overview

New York Times bestselling author of SHACKING UP and I FLIPPING LOVE YOU Helena Hunting mixes humor and heart in this scandal-filled romantic comedy.

HE WANTS TO LOSE CONTROL.
Between his parents’ messed up marriage and his narcissistic younger brother, Lincoln Moorehead has spent the majority of his life avoiding his family. After the death of his father, Lincoln finds himself in the middle of the drama. To top it all off, he’s been named CEO of Moorehead Media, much to his brother’s chagrin. But Lincoln’s bad attitude softens when he meets the no-nonsense, gorgeous woman who has been given the task of transforming him from the gruff, wilderness guy to a suave businessman

SHE’S TRYING TO HOLD IT TOGETHER.
Wren Sterling has been working double time to keep the indiscretions at Moorehead Media at bay, so when she’s presented with a new contract, with new responsibilities and additional incentives, she agrees. Working with the reclusive oldest son of a ridiculously entitled family is worth the hassle if it means she’s that much closer to pursuing her own dreams. What Wren doesn’t expect is to find herself attracted to him, or for it to be mutual. And she certainly doesn’t expect to fall for Lincoln. But when a shocking new Moorehead scandal comes to light, she’s forced to choose between her own family and the broody, cynical CEO.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781250183996
Publisher: St. Martin''s Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/27/2019
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 44,536
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of PUCKED, Helena Hunting lives on the outskirts of Toronto with her incredibly tolerant family and two moderately intolerant cats. She's writes contemporary romance ranging from new adult angst to romantic sports comedy.

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Handle With Care 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 70 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL 23 days ago
From start to finish Helena Hunting wove together a story that I simply could not put down, she had me totally engrossed and staying up way past my bedtime. This was an entertaining, at times frustrating story that seemed as though it was plucked from the minds of television executives, such was the drama, secrets and scandals. Wren Sterling is tasked with recreating the image of Lincoln Moorehead who suddenly finds himself at the head of Moorehead Media after the death of his father. Linc has done his best to keep away from his family and the dramas that fill their lives but now he has been thrust smack bang into the middle of it with no choice but to step up. The chemistry between Wren and Linc was intense, almost electrifying. I loved how they both tried to ignore the attraction growing between them until it became too hard to ignore. I was captivated by Linc from previous books but wow, Ms. Hunting has given us a story that made me fall head over heels for him. I love how feisty, sassy and put together Wren is, she was a fabulous match for Linc. All is not as it seems as secrets from both sides are revealed. Will Linc and Wren be able to make a go of it or will they be pulled in different directions? I love Ms. Hunting's style of writing, she ensures that her characters are not “perfect”and I found it easy to relate to Linc and Wren. A thoroughly fantastic book which has jumped up to be one of my top 3 from Helena Hunting.
Anonymous 3 days ago
Helena does it again by knocking it out of the water with Lincoln and Wren's story. Armstrong makes his appearance again and is a troublemaker. Love all these characters!
Anonymous 6 days ago
very good
BookAngel_Emma 12 days ago
Handle with Care finally introduces us to the elusive Lincoln, Armstrong’s (the douche) older brother. Lincoln is the opposite of Armstrong in every way but especially in the way he cares for and about others, distancing himself from his family by concentrating his efforts in remote areas across the globe. Due to his father’s untimely death, Lincoln has to return to his family business and at the bequest of his beloved grandmother, help run the company until a suitable replacement can be found. Wren is the strong-willed, sassy woman tasked with keeping Armstrong in check, and she has so much fun taking him down when he is in douche-mode. Although Wren has only taken on the challenge as a way of furthering her own hopes and dreams, she agrees to help whip Lincoln into shape when he returns looking like a Yeti rather than a CEO. What Wren doesn’t expect is the chemistry and connection that sparks between them. It is amazing just how perfect Wren and Lincoln are for each other, despite their circumstances their values mesh on every level. Plus their life experiences allow them to fully empathise with the other in a way only someone who has experienced the same sort of thing could. Handle with Care is overflowing with swoon but also with a few heart-wrenching moments thrown in to prove nothing worth having comes easily. I loved how Lincoln and Wren were able to find the path that suited them the best without compromising their values and still being able to make all of their aspirations a reality.
sincerelykarenjo 13 days ago
4.5 Hearts! So charming and cute! Handle with Care is such a fun and touching story. I fell hard for Lincoln and Wren and just cannot stop swooning over them. I haven't read all the books in the Shaking Up series, but there's no denying that this series is intoxicatingly GOOD! Helena Hunting seriously knows how to write adorable, sweet, sexy, and heartfelt romance stories that will make you smile, laugh, swoon, cry, and captivated until the very last page. And yes, I'll admit it now... I got teary eyed a few times. Hunting's storytelling is simply addictive and amazing that I was enamored with this book. I enjoyed the writing, the pacing, the character development and all the surprises throughout the story. The plot is entertaining with plenty of angst, family drama, steamy scenes and endearing moments. I laughed out loud a few times, got a bit frustrated, felt my heart break, swooned like crazy and fell in love with the story and characters... well most of them anyway. I don't want to spoil anything, but the last few chapters and the ending definitely filled my heart with millions of warm fuzzies that left me smiling and so darn happy. Wren is a fantastic heroine and I adore her completely. She's confident, determined, fiesty, and strong. She doesn't let anyone take advantage of her and always says what's on her mind. She definitely has a rough edge, but she also cares and loves deeply. Lincoln stole a piece of my heart. He's sexy, broody, adorable, funny, and incredibly swoony. He does have a temper and a bit impatient at times, but Lincoln definitely has a sweet and gentle side and a heart of gold. I love his relationship with his grandmother and the work his doing for other communities that need help. And that totally makes him irresistibly swoony and one of my favorite book boyfriends I got to meet this year. I absolutely love the romance in this book! Wren and Lincoln are fantastic together. The sexual tension between them is so hot and swoony. I love their chemistry, their playful bantering, their sexy times and all their emotionally touching scenes. I enjoyed their relationship from start to finish and seeing them handle things together. I love how supportive they are and how much they're willing to do for each other. Such a perfect couple and I wholeheartedly rooted for them. With plenty of heartwarming moments, swoony scenes, and an adorably sexy romance with all the feels, Handle with Care by Helena Hunting had me utterly smitten, feeling giddy, and smiling like a dork. But more than anything, I love that this book has heart... it's an achingly wonderful story about family, love, forgiveness, second chances, and new beginnings. Really loved this one and cannot wait to read more from Hunting. I received an advance reader copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Sailon 14 days ago
Lincoln has been hard at work living a philanthropist life when he is called home for his father’s funeral and will reading. Lincoln has broken from contact with his family and their self-indulgent life style. Imagine his surprise when he discovers his father has left him completely in control of the family’s Mega media corporation. His grandmother, his only solace as a child, convinces him to stay and help out the family. Wren was hired by Moorehead Media as a PR person, or should I say PR reinventor…she’s got her work cut out for her with Lincoln’s family. Just when she thinks she can break free she is tasked with one more assignment, reinvent the reclusive Lincoln into CEO material. The chemistry burns between Lincoln and Wren and sparks start to fly with the secrets, betrayals and what is uncovered all in the line of duty and family. I flat out loved Handle With Care. Both Wren and Lincoln are likeable, relatable characters that suck the reader right into their plights. With Scandal and financial / career mayhem at hand, they have their work cut out for them but the bickering duo provide a truly fantastic romantic comedy read. I received this ARC copy of Handle With Care from St. Martin's Press. This is my honest and voluntary review.
savannahsbooklist 14 days ago
Lincoln is the newly appointed, yet reluctant CEO of Moorehead Media. Wren has been working at Moorehead handling the PR nightmare that is Lincoln's younger brother, Armstrong. Lincoln needs a little fine tuning in the PR department so Wren is assigned to work with him to groom his image. Neither of them expected to find the other quite so alluring and attractive and they certainly never saw the newest Moorehead scandal coming -- one that could take down either of their families if it isn't handled appropriately. No surprise here -- I loved Handle With Care. Lincoln and Wren are strong, feisty characters who don't back down from conflict. Lincoln is broody and angsty (if you had his family you would be broody and angsty, too -- talk about family drama) and the rough, tough alpha that doesn't want to need anyone. Wren is quite a force to be reckoned with and she's the perfect match for Lincoln. Together they push each other's buttons and rile each other up in the best and flirtiest ways! These two remind me a bit of Bennett and Chloe from the Beautiful series by Christina Lauren -- they fight hard and make up even better. Handle With Care has all the feels that readers have come to love in Helena Hunting's writing with a big of family mystery thrown in as well. I enjoyed Lincoln and Wren's story immensely! |Thank you to @smpromance @socialbutterfly_pr for the ARC|
FS_Meurinne 15 days ago
Lincoln and Wren, office romance at the highest best. Sparks fly everywhere, the bantering is so entertaining to read. all the antics and the feels are there. I love every page of it. This series is one I will recommend for everyone. I think this is the best one in the series. I was looking forward for Lincoln's story and the delivery surpassed my expectations in a great way. Can't wait for more!
Gin 16 days ago
Absolutely Fantastic! Smart, sexy, funny and very entertaining. Wonderfully written with characters that jump off the pages. The banter between the grouchy he-man, Lincoln, the reluctant heir to the massive Moorehead Media empire and his PR handler, the beautiful, smart and capable, Wren is marvelous and so much fun. The two hotties soon find a sexy chemistry that can't be deny. She handles him into the groomed-to-perfection face of the company while he melts her panties (and mine) in the process. Even though he looks the part, behind the scenes he's still the man with an axe to grind with his family and itching to return to his altruistic endeavors to help the less fortunate in third world countries. It looks like their relationship has an end date plus it's not the best for his optics as CEO. Also, his scheming mother has other plans for her eldest that doesn't include a romance with a woman she considers beneath the powerful Moorehead dynasty. The secondary characters are terrific and I love the glimpses of Linc's cousins from previous stories. Oh, those sexy men, Lex and Griffin! The way Wren handles Linc's nasty brother, Armstrong is hilarious! I guess there's no redemption for him in the future. This author's writing is just spectacular and the characters she gives to enjoy are terrific in every way. This story has everything you could want in a sexy romance with humor and enough drama to keep it interesting for a divine couple in Wren and Lincoln and a little mystery surrounding Linc's recently deceased father. Great ending. Loved it! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC.
Honolulubelle 16 days ago
Favorite Quotes: Do not sass me, Lincoln Alexander Moorehead. And do not call me G-mom in front of the g*damn staff. How am I going to keep my battle-ax reputation with you shouting nicknames that make me sound like a second-rate rap star? I don’t know what kind of karmic bomb your parents managed to set off when they created your brother. I’m startled out of my thoughts when my brother jumps up and shouts a bunch of profane nonsense, hands flailing like he’s trying to swim on land, or approximate the chicken dance while on an LSD trip… He keeps jabbing his finger at me, as if he’s engaged in a finger sword fight. Gwendolyn’s expression is slightly pinched— which is saying something because most of her face usually doesn’t move. Dear sweet baby Jesus riding a unicorn. He wasn’t faithful to my mother, and maybe I can understand that, since she has the warmth of a corpse… My Review: I am stunned and truthfully mortified to report that this was my first Helena Hunting experience… where have I been? The woman is a prolific and clever wordsmith and has a backlist a mile long - I am so ashamed of myself ~ hangs head… But now that I am in the know I plan to make amends for my slothful and inattentive ways and greedily latch on to as many of her skillful arrangements of words as possible. I am totally enamored with her wit, observantly descriptive writing style, and irreverent humor. Handle With Care was written in my favorite dual POV with sparkling levity, titillating family scandals, smoldering sensual scenes, vile yet quirky villains that I loved to despise, and a plethora of enticing and intriguing primary and secondary characters. I adored every well-placed word and smirked my way through this absorbing and refreshingly entertaining tale. Sigh, I enjoyed these characters so much I am more than a bit reluctant to let them go, but at least I now have a new favorite author to fangirl.
TerriDlovestoread 16 days ago
We begin our journey to love with Wren trying to get a drunk Lincoln Moorehead to his suit without making the tabloids. How had she gotten to this point in her life where she essentially was babysitting rich, spoiled, men. When Linc wakes the next morning he is not only hungover but extremely confused as to how he got to his room and in his bed. His father passed away and he was forced to come back and now he is going to have to take over the family business to keep his irresponsible brother from squandering everything. This book is a somewhat enemies to lovers with the exception Wren and Lincoln aren't actually enemies. More like she is a irritation to him but he finds he enjoys her sass and the more he is around her the more he respects and comes to depend on her. She thought Lincoln was a spoiled, brooding, lumberjack but when she gets to know him she discovers there is so much more to this handsome man and she loses her heart in the process. I really enjoyed this book. I loved everything about it from the beginning to the end. There are so many funny moments it had me laughing out loud, there are also serious parts where your heart will break a little. There are surprises along the way, no spoilers here, but it keeps you guessing along the way. All the characters are well thought out and developed and I got wrapped up in this book. I loved it and I highly recommend it.
Anonymous 16 days ago
In book five of the “Shacking Up” series, we have Lincoln and Wren. He is a reluctant temporary CEO; she is a media-handler for the company (well, more for his wayward brother). Sparks fly, but family secrets and other twists get in the way. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Handle with Care. I liked the interplay between the characters and thought that the plot was realistic. For more thoughts on this entertaining book, please visit my blog at Fireflies and Free Kicks Fiction Reviews. Thank you to NetGalley, St. Martin’s Press, and the author for a complimentary, pre-release digital ARC of the book.
KMariReads 16 days ago
4.5 Stars!! I really enjoyed this and have been waiting to know more about Lincoln. Wren, girl has balls! Loved her. I have been a fan of the Shacking Up series since I was introduced to them with a glimpse in the Eye Candy Anthology. So of course, i had to read them. I read book two first and then went back to one and haven’t looked back since. Helena has a hit with this family. Seriously they are all good looking men who are smart, sweet, alpha and sexy! Each book can be read as a stand-alone so have no fear where you start in the series, but we do have interconnecting characters. Lincoln Moorehead has never been close with his family because he can’t stand them except for his G-mom. Now he’s back home because he hasn’t to take over the family business due to his fathers passing. He’s never been a suit and tie guy, no he’s a guy who wears jeans and a t-shirt and works with his hands. But he’s not going to let his G-mom down, even if it means being around his perverted brother and ice cold mother. What he doesn’t expect is the girl whose been deemed to help him get reacquainted with the family business and social circles once again. Wren Sterling has been in the public eye for most of her life. Growing up the daughter of a senator she knows exactly how one must behave in public. She knows the ins and outs of handling life in the public eye. She’s been working for the Moorehead family dealing with Armstrong and all his screw ups. She hates the job, but with a recommendation from his mother she’ll be able to work for a non profit charity of her choice. When his mother comes too her with an addition to her contract to help get her older son Lincoln in line, it’s the last thing she wants too do. But she agrees and is hopefully that he’ll be a little less of a headache. What she does realize is that Lincoln is not like anyone else in his family. Can Wren keep things professional? The banter between these two was hilarious at times. I loved the build of them and the sexual tension lept off the pages. I felt their connection and it was nice that they both didn’t tip toe around things. They spoke what they meant and brought things right out instead of hiding behind other words. Yes!! I really enjoyed their first meeting and assumptions of one another. Soon those assumptions were dropped and they formed a great team. Some secrets are dropped and they must work together to bring them to light. Or will those secrets destroy both of them? Handle with Care was a great addition to the series and with a new character introduced I am hopeful it’s not over. I even want little pissant Armstrong to be brought to his knees by a woman. Helena give us more please!! This is my second favorite in the series and will be a re-read for me for sure.
Lisa_Loves_Literature 16 days ago
Another perfect story from this author. The hated Armstrong was back, and we got an even closer view at his horribleness, but it was more amusing this time as we weren't watching him actually ruin someone's life. The romance between Lincoln and Wren was a really good one. And I liked a lot how the whole big issue at the end of the book was handled with honesty and just not letting the bad person get away with it. With confronting them, with people not doubting the other's honesty. I feel like this was such a realistic romance. I liked how we got our glimpses into the other couples that we've met in the other books in the series. And even though Armstrong still can't be redeemed, he just can't, we were able to laugh at him, and enjoy seeing him get what he deserved, but in a lesser way, just for the ridiculous comments he made. It was great to see just how what someone did in the past, that may have made them look like bad people, could possibly have other origins that made them not quite the villain you may have thought. Except Armstrong. He's just a jerk. Loved this one, and could barely put it down to do anything else!
EileenAW 17 days ago
Wren and Lincoln’s love story in Handle with Care by Helena Hunting, book five in her Shacking Up series, was a wonderful and emotional story. Wren was overworked trying to silence the indiscretions at Moorehead Media when she’s tasked with another responsibility, work with the reclusive oldest son transition into the role of CEO. Yes, there were incentives, and it would help her pursue her own dreams sooner. After the unexpected death of his, in name only, father, Lincoln returns to NYC only to find himself in the midst of family drama and being named the CEO of the family business; much to the displeasure of his brother. Lincoln has spent most of his life avoiding his family, so he is not a happy camper being asked to give up his charitable life, establishing water access for third world countries. Working together, both find themselves attracted to each other, sparking an electric chemistry that could set off fireworks. When Wren agreed to this job with Lincoln’s mother, she had no knowledge of what a manipulative, crazy woman she truly was. At the threat of a scandal, Wren is forced to choose between her family and the broody, cynical Lincoln who she deeply cared for. Lincoln decides he had a few things to say about that, especially since he felt quite strongly about Wren. Wren and Lincoln might be strong, determined, and stubborn but they brought out the best in each other. I loved Lincoln’s grandmother, his G-Mom, and her machinations to remove Lincoln from his unhappy and toxic parents. Lincoln’s brother Armstrong was difficult to like as well as understand his outrageous behavior and temper. The close relationship between Lincoln and his cousins said a lot about Lincoln’s view on family. Wren’s parents were amazing and supportive; not allowing anyone or anything to get the best of them. Then there is the mystery condo owned by Lincoln’s father and the unexpected answers found when pursuing that lead. Ms. Hunting wrote a wonderful, steamy, and emotional story that is not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Wren and Lincoln a chance for happiness, love and a future together, one neither expected. I highly recommend Handle with Care to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
ShakBlak 17 days ago
Every family has its own set of drama; some worse than others, but it's there. Imagine going through life, believing your father to be such a horrific dad, you leave town at the first opportunity and only come back for his funeral. This is Lincoln Moorehead's reality. Lincoln is the ever altruistic son who builds wells in third world countries so everyone can have drinking water. He doesn't want to CEO of a multimedia corporation. He also doesn't look the part; this is where Wren Sterling comes in. She's there to handle whatever situation comes up with the company, including turning the recluse son into a CEO and keeping the other out of the headlines. What happens when the recluse and the handling fall for each other? Secrets come out, and nothing is ever the same again. My goal with this book was to read half one, and the rest the next day. I took a break at the halfway mark and thought to myself, "I'm only interested in finding out what the scandals are." However, I just couldn't stop reading. I finished this book in one sitting. Lincoln and Wren are hilarious together, but I have to say, I think while Armstrong is a despicable human being, he was funny. It's easy to feel sorry for both Lincoln and Wren. The pain and traumas they had to endure would be more than enough to anyone fold, but they dedicated themselves to altruistic causes. Figuring out what most of the secrets were wasn't hard. I thoroughly enjoyed how all the secrets and drama played out. What I didn't know was this book is a part of a series. I haven't read any of the previous four books, but that's okay. I never felt like I was missing something.  In a book with so many interesting characters and subplots, I can't say I was left feeling like something was missing. If there was a series created around just these two characters, I'm all for it!
kaitlynspet 18 days ago
Helena Hunting's Handle With Care was a great read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Lincoln Moorehead has been working for charitable organizations around the world but is called home due to the death of his father. Once Lincoln returns he finds out he is the new CEO of his family's company. As if that wasn't a shock he finds out he has a "handler." Wren Sterling doesn't really aspire to be a "handler" she really wants to start a children's charity. But until then she uses her "handler" talents to help her reach her goal. A strange relationship develops between Lincoln and Wren. At first, there is a mutual distrust between the two. But as time goes by they must acknowledge the chemistry between them. Together they work through their own family lies and secrets. I would recommend this book.
ChillingTaz 19 days ago
Wren is utmost a professional and will do everything she can to fulfill her life goals. Lincoln wants nothing to do with his family, but now is trapped living his nightmare in NYC. Wren and Lincoln are the ultimate opposite attracted. Hunting's sense of humor is all over this book with lots of giggle and seriously moments. Loved it.
MarshaJo 19 days ago
Forced to 'babysit' two grown men can be challenging, but can come with great rewards. ;) She's been hired as PR to make sure the two brothers don't do anything to damage the family name... or rather to cover it up when they do. And boy, does she have her work cut out for her. In addition to the romance, there is a little bit of mystery involved. There is some angsty-ish involved as both she and the boys have issues with their pasts that they are still trying to over come. Of course there is plenty of laughs and sexiness. She is smart, strong, tough, sexy. He is un-materialistic in a materialistic family. He is also sexy and smart and quite the humanitarian. A fish out of water in the crazy city business world. The characters are well developed and the additional side characters will make you either laugh or scream. This is part of the Shaking Up series (can be read as a stand alone without troubles) so you may recognize some of the cameos. It's a fun story with the exception of those few angsty moments. While the story isn't all roses, there weren't any overly emotional scenes that require Kleenex's, so other than the risk of laughing out loud, it's safe to read in public. ;) It's easy to read. Alternates between POVs. Well written, and hard to put down.
smweston 20 days ago
Handle With Care is the last book (for now!) in Helena Hunting's Shacking Up series. It is centered on Lincoln Moorehead, the cousin of Bancroft, Lexington, and Griffin Mills and brother of douchecanoe Armstrong who have all appeared in the previous books. Lincoln is back in NYC after his father unexpectedly dies of a heart attack and surprisingly, is named to succeed to him as CEO of Moorehead media. Wren is a PR consultant who was hired by Lincoln's late father to clean up his younger brother Armstrong's messes and she is also contracted by his mother to make sure Lincoln appears the part of CEO. She fears that he will be just as much of a mess as his brother. I loved this book! I loved that both Lincoln and Wren could hold their own with each other and truly felt like equals.I also really enjoyed Lincoln's moral compass, as I think that's something we don't see enough in romance novels (especially when billionaires are involved!) While reading about Armstrong sucks, the family drama was so interesting and made me want to keep reading just to see how it was all going to play out. Normally, I hate external drama like that, but this wasn't necessarily interfering with the relationship so much as providing an interesting plot. This book does have a more serious and mature tone than Helena's usual rom-coms, but it worked so well for these characters. I could've easily read another 300 pages about Lincoln and Wren; I didn't want their story to end. I think this is some of Helena Hunting's best writing yet!
iam_caryn 20 days ago
I don’t know how it’s possible, but I’m starting to feel like every time I read a new book by Helena Hunting, it some how starts to feel like they just keep getting better and better. That’s completely the case here with Handle with Care. This was Hunting’s masterpiece. The chemistry between the main characters had spark and sizzle. The side characters were fantastic. We got to see a lot of old favs (and not so favs). But what I loved the most was the slight mystery aspect. It made the story exciting and I loved the twist. I absolutely recommend reading the entire Shacking Up series. Each story is unique and wonderful.
Sakshi 20 days ago
Ms. Hunting presents a balanced story with decent amount of humor, wit, charm, and romance. The story line was a riot of spicy moments and hysterical comebacks. The blurb promised me a funny romance and the rest of the book delivered it. Wren is an independent PR consultant, who’s in charge of overhauling Lincoln’s public image. Her job is to groom up his appearance and create a pleasing public image. Thus, begins the tale of a terrifically hot, witty and playful romance. The author developed a great pace with the insta-attraction and didn’t ruin it by rushing into things. You have your book if you’re looking for an easy and entertaining read!
ScrapNSign 21 days ago
Handle With Care far exceeded my expectations! The perfect mix of family drama, romance, and an underlying mystery. This series just gets better with each book! The author did an amazing job of weaving the storyline and keeping me guessing until the truth was revealed, and even then I was still stunned and captivated as to how everything would unfold. I absolutely loved this book from start to finish!
Anonymous 21 days ago
I love this series! Helena Hunting's books are a must read! Can't wait for more!
Kate_Mariah 21 days ago
Handle with Care was an amazing, heartwarming and swoon-worthy read. The chemistry between Wren and Lincoln was off the charts. Wren’s sassy attitude and Lincoln’s brooding yet playful demeanor kept me captivated. Helena Hunting never disappoints, I highly recommend any of her books especially the Shacking Up Series. I could not put this book down and I doubt you’ll be able to either!