Title: Tell Me Something Good ( A One-On-One Story)
Author: Jamie Wesley
Publisher/Publication Date: Entangled Lovestruck, August 11, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format/Source: E-ARC, Publisher
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Book Summary from Goodreads
Two radio show hosts. One show. Who will come out on top?
In a moment of restlessness, Tate Grayson sold his multimillion-dollar company and spun his love of sports into a radio talk show. Life, and love, is too short to take seriously—a fact he enjoys rubbing in uptight radio host Noelle Butler’s face.
After the death of her parents, a tragedy she blamed on herself, Noelle vowed to live a controlled, focused life. Now a psychologist, she channels her need for connection into her radio show. But when the arrogant sportscaster next door tells listeners men shouldn't get married, she’s all too happy to yank the silver spoon out of his overprivileged mouth.
Their heated on-air arguments are a hit, but when the station director forces them to do a joint show for two weeks, Tate and Noelle object. They can’t stand each other, despite the attraction sizzling beneath every interaction. But if they can’t pull the struggling radio station back from the brink, they’ll lose their jobs. Or worse, their hearts.
I enjoyed Tell Me Something Good by Jamie Wesley. The fact that the story of two radio talk show hosts was centered on relationship issues and sports was intriguing. There was a definite contrast between Tate’s and Noelle’s viewpoints. And I loved how their relationship evolved as they spent more time together while they attempted to help others with their problems.
Noelle, a psychologist/relationship expert and Tate, a sportscaster, complemented each other well and their chemistry was hot. However, they struggled with what they felt for one another. Noelle was one who openly expressed her feelings and she was practical. Yet, there were events from her past that she needed to deal with before she could love freely. Tate was rather straightforward and opinionated, and he had a sensitive side that shined through when he was dealing with Noelle. There was one problem that hindered his ability to have a successful relationship—he just didn't believe in true love.
For a debut contemporary romance novel, Tell Me Something Good was a quick, fun, smexy read. And I look forward to reading future work by Wesley.
I received an E-ARC of Tell Me Something Good from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.