Published by Signet Eclipse Genres: Contemporary
Reviewed by Vanessa
Ivy Grayson has some dreams that she would like to see come true. Finding that she needs to step out of her comfort zone and take a chance to realize them, she is soon within the orbit of the object of her affection, whom she has loved for her entire life. However, James Jordon, doesn’t see Ivy as a potential love interest, but a little sister who was almost his own until Ivy’s older sister broke his heart! Years later, that heart still hasn’t completely healed, but Ivy intends to make it whole as well as making him hers.
The Man Plan was an extremely intriguing tale with a heroine who knew what she wanted and went after it as she carefully mounted her attacks against James. He never knew what hit him, when the young Ivy declared war for his heart, but he tried so hard to keep from falling in The Man Plan. It was refreshing to see a strong decisive heroine campaign against an attractive hero who wanted so badly to resist the temptation that she presented.
I found myself quite enjoying The Man Plan until I remembered where James was years ago and with whom…it was just too close and too much had gone on between THEM that I couldn’t get past it without thinking sloppy seconds!!