All the Wrong Pages, Collier's Creek by Katherine McIntyre

Miscommunications that lead to years of animosity, when really these two just fit perfect together. When these two put their differences aside for the love of a loved one, sparks fly in All the Wrong Pages, a small town romance with a little kink sprinkled on top to set the reader on fire.

From the blurb:

High school rivals turned small town enemies, a meddling family, and two stubborn guys who don’t realize they’re in love…

Logan Nichols is a snarky menace.

The man has been a blight on Cooper Ellis’s life ever since high school. Not only did Logan steal
Coop’s high school girlfriend, but he’s made it his mission to annoy him. Glitter pranks to his leather shop, swooping in on potential hookups, and showing up at family dinners like he belongs there—he’s nothing but trouble. And Coop can’t seem to avoid the aggravating and stupidly attractive guy.

Cooper Ellis is an overbearing jerk.

Yes, he’s hot. Yes, he’s pretty much been Logan’s main crush since he was in high school. But for some reason, the guy hates his guts, so Logan decided a long while back to just douse everything in kerosene and watch it burn. Not like it matters when the rest of the Ellis family loves him, especially his boss at the bookstore, Grandpa Ellis.

Except when Gramps breaks his leg and needs to take time off, guess who steps in to help out at the shop?

And guess who Logan can’t resist taunting until all that fire turns into an inferno neither of them stand a chance at putting out…

Six couples, six low-angst romances, six reasons to fall in love…
All the Wrong Pages is the fourth book in the multi-author series. Each book is stand-alone, but if you enjoy swoon-worthy romance set in a small town, then stay a while. You’ll fall in love with the men of Collier’s Creek.

All the Wrong Pages is an MM enemies to lovers, grumpy/sunshine romance featuring light D/s, far too much sass, and an oddball pet gopher...

Reedkaye's Review:

These two had an attraction in high school, but an event caused them to become enemies. As the years have passed, both are living in the same small town they grew up in. They have this getting to picking on Cooper thing going on in plain sight for the whole town to watch.  

Logan has had a crush on Cooper the whole time and is busy doing irritating things to keep Cooper’s attention. A lot of the side characters are aware of what Cooper doesn’t get.

Cooper really isn’t getting it. He just is past irritated with Logan’s little stunts and wishes Logan would disappear.

When Cooper’s grandfather has an accident, Cooper steps up to help work at his grandfather’s bookstore until his grandfather can get back to work. There is only one major problem: Logan works at the bookstore. Matter of fact, Logan has saved the bookstore from closing due to lack of business, so these two will be forced to get along.

There are many side issues and events that keep the fun in this change of attitude between them story.  Many events are really funny that keep interrupting them from doing anything.   

I really enjoyed these characters and the little town story.

Rating: 5 Stars

Molly Otto's Review:

What can I say, but this book has everything that I adore about small town romances! Meddling family and friends and silly men who have been meant for one another, yet so many miscommunications, kept them apart until it all just clicks. And oh boy, does it click! The steamy scenes are full on fire! Just that perfect balance of a great fun, low angst story mixed with explosive steamy scenes. Cannot wait to try more from this universe.

What Katherine does with mixing sweet and just the right amount of kink is what makes her such a fun and unique author. If you haven't read her before, this is a great place to give her writing style a try.

Rating: 5 Stars

Daire Fray's Review:

This book is really great. There’s a fun element added with Logan’s pranks and Cooper's slight obliviousness to Logan’s feelings. I really enjoyed the relationships between both of them and Cooper's grandfather and Cooper's siblings were funny. 

It was hot when Cooper finally figured out Logan’s feelings and how they couldn’t keep their hands off each other. 

I liked how they communicated in their relationship once they started one and talked things over with each other before moving onto things and telling people. 

All around a great book, I really enjoyed reading.

Rating: 5 Stars

Heather's Review:

You know when they let Kat McIntyre write a small town book, you're going to find the kinky people in said small town and she didn't disappoint with All the Wrong Pages,..

I love that Logan's love language has always been pranks and that despite being oblivious to what those pranks mean, when Cooper finally figures things out - with a ton of hints, that he embraces the relationship with everything he's got!   

Kat was able to blend sweet, steam, kink and good communication to create a composed and well paced book that I couldn't put down!  I love the supporting cast, especially Cooper's grandfather and siblings, and the way they support both men...

I think this is my favourite Collier's Creek story so far... but I can't wait to read more from this small town.

Rating: 5 Stars

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