Stretch Goals and Sweethearts by CD Rachels (Sweetheart Escapes)

Frenemies to lovers... co-workers and blind dates?  Check it out in Stretch Goals and Sweethearts, the first book in a new multi-author series, Sweetheart Escapes.

From the blurb:

My life revolves around the practice of yoga and finding my inner peace. The only person who doesn’t fit into that equation is my annoying co-worker Buzz Wolfstein. We share spaces at work, and he drives me up the wall with his obnoxiously cheerful, loud, and abrasive presence.
Do I care that his cocky jock vibe is totally my type? Do I dwell on the sizzling tension we share every time we butt heads? Do I actually enjoy our bickering?
Absolutely not.
I’d be insane to get caught up in him. Hopefully this blind date getaway can get my mind off of my workplace nemesis. Once I hop on this plane, I’ll be on my way to paradise, leaving Buzz far, far away.

My life revolves around doing right by my son. Working my jobs, being a mentor for boxing students, and coordinating parent duty with my ex leaves me running in circles nonstop.
Can you blame me for indulging in some immature antics with the new hot guy at work? Evan has it out for me, but all that does it draw me closer to him. I look forward to teasing him, and there’s no way he can deny how flirty our chemistry is.
What is it about him that makes me crave more? Evan has me wanting to pursue someone for the first time in years, but he insists we’re only frenemies. Between the stolen glances and heated moments in the locker room, I know something special is growing between us.
At the same time, I have a blind date getaway to go on. Three days of warmth and fun await me, but when I meet my anonymous bachelor, I see…Evan?!

Stretch Goals and Sweethearts” is an enemies-to-lovers, opposites attract MM romance. It is a part of the Sweetheart Escapes multi-author series. It can be read as a standalone, but why not grab them all?

Heather's Review:

Stretch Goals and Sweethearts was a quick read for me, but that doesn't mean that I didn't want to shake the characters repeatedly - they were clueless.  For me, I continued so that I could see them finally putting it all together but for some I can see where this book might get frustrating.

Other things I really liked were the family dynamics (good and bad) and the way Evan connected with Buzz's son.

Rating: 4 Stars

Stretch Goals and Sweethearts is available in paperback and e-book formats and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription.