Handle With Care

Handle With Care

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...

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Handle With Care Reviews

  • Cristina | CristiinaReads

    Let me start this off by saying that I have

    but I have always been curious about who Lincoln truly is and the mystery behind him. Now that we have his story, we can see the real Lincoln and how drool and swoon

    Let me start this off by saying that I have

    but I have always been curious about who Lincoln truly is and the mystery behind him. Now that we have his story, we can see the real Lincoln and how drool and swoon worthy he is. The way he is described made me so excited for his book. For the past couple of years, he has been out of the real world that revolves around his family and the family business. But after finding out about

    Once he gets to NYC, you meet the one person that he came as a surprise, Wren.

    A PR consultant, Wren knows how to control those who have a terrible image. In this case it has to be the one and only

    That's why Wren was hired, to control him and his image for the sake of his family and most importantly the business. Especially after the whole incident that happened in the previous novels with Amalie, Armstrong's ex-fiance whom he cheated on.

    And once you learn what Wren's job is, it becomes harder for Lincoln to accept the boundaries of professionalism and having true feelings towards the one person he should not be having said feelings;

    Overall this was one hell of a ride, and let me tell you why: Wren and Lincoln have this controlled adult life that makes you want to read more and more of their romance story.

    Thankfully Helena has a way with words that will have you captivated!

  • book bruin

    Well, it's official! Lincoln Moorehead has dethroned my beloved Bane Mills as my favorite Helena Hunting hero.

    I still love Bane dearly, but Lincoln was pretty much everything I love in a hero and more. He truly snuck up on me and I never expected the reclusive Moorehead sibling and beloved Mills cousin to be any competition for the #ChurchOfBaneCock. Boy, was I wrong! From the very beginning, I was pulled into the story and didn't want it to end.

    is book 5 in the Shacking Up ser

    Well, it's official! Lincoln Moorehead has dethroned my beloved Bane Mills as my favorite Helena Hunting hero.

    I still love Bane dearly, but Lincoln was pretty much everything I love in a hero and more. He truly snuck up on me and I never expected the reclusive Moorehead sibling and beloved Mills cousin to be any competition for the #ChurchOfBaneCock. Boy, was I wrong! From the very beginning, I was pulled into the story and didn't want it to end.

    is book 5 in the Shacking Up series, but can be read as a standalone. I highly recommend the previous books however, because they're hilarious and characters from those books do appear in

    .

    It's so rare for me to love the hero and heroine equally, but this was definitely the case with Lincoln and Wren. I loved them so much both as individuals and as a couple. They had such electric chemistry and I thoroughly enjoyed watching them go head to head in this enemies to lovers/taboo office romance. They were both intelligent, driven, loyal, and stubborn people. They challenged each other and were so evenly matched. Both knew how to push the others buttons and that passionate banter and back and forth translated so deliciously well in the bedroom. I loved that once they were in, they were all in, and that there were no silly misunderstandings or unnecessary drama between them. They were an amazing team and handled problems maturely by communicating, listening, and supporting the other. The epilogue was sexy and sweet and left me with a happy heart and huge smile.

    There were plenty of laughs in

    , but there were also more emotional moments too. The overall tone of the story was less playful than some of the previous books in the series, but it worked well with our characters and made me love the book more. G-mom was absolutely amazing and Armstrong and Gwendolyn played their roles perfectly.

    is my new favorite in the Shacking Up series (

    ) and you definitely don't want to miss it!

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  • Na

    4.5 stars

    Oh dear, this one was exactly what I needed after a book that broke me and a bully romance. Handle With Care is a romance that handles love with care. Seriously, I can't remember the last time I've read such a carefree, almost drama-free lovestory that will capture your heart immediately.

    4.5 stars

    Oh dear, this one was exactly what I needed after a book that broke me and a bully romance. Handle With Care is a romance that handles love with care. Seriously, I can't remember the last time I've read such a carefree, almost drama-free lovestory that will capture your heart immediately.

    With its beyond charismatic characters this book has everything a great romance needs. I love the pace, how the story unfolds without unnecessary drama, how the characters work together so flawlessly. This story might be simple, but to me this means so much. I love Wren, I love Lincoln and I love them together. And I guess Lincoln almost stole the throne from Bancroft as my favorite bookboyfriend within the Shacking Up series, but only almost. Nevertheless, Lincoln is beautiful and I wish I could meet one like him in real life.

    Handle With Care is such a cute story, that will leave you doe-eyed with a lovey-dovey feeling and a big fat smile in your heart.

  • Sarah - Musings of the Modern Belle

    ***COMING AUGUST 2019***

    5 Red Lipstain CROWNS

    LORD. I swear I’m a junkie for Helena’s words, and the Shacking world is my drug of choice. Too much? Uhhhh, I don’t think so. I have loved all the characters, the plot lines, and, of course, Helena’s writing. It is always on point, and Handle with Care was just perfection.

    Wren and Lincoln are who really sold me on this book. I couldn’t get enough of them. Lincoln is everything that I love about the heroes in this series - charming, altruistic, hands

    ***COMING AUGUST 2019***

    5 Red Lipstain CROWNS

    LORD. I swear I’m a junkie for Helena’s words, and the Shacking world is my drug of choice. Too much? Uhhhh, I don’t think so. I have loved all the characters, the plot lines, and, of course, Helena’s writing. It is always on point, and Handle with Care was just perfection.

    Wren and Lincoln are who really sold me on this book. I couldn’t get enough of them. Lincoln is everything that I love about the heroes in this series - charming, altruistic, handsome, and delicious. We need more men like the Mills and the Mooreheads in the world and in romance. Wren is fiesty and fierce in the business world, and I loved how she handled both of the Moorehead brothers.

    Together these two have incredible banter and chemistry, and their relationship progression seems authentic and real. I loved that they became a force, a power couple in the business world. They were just magical, pretty much like the previous standalone couples in the series.

    The story didn’t really follow the plot line I was expecting, but I am alway for unexpected surprises and the rarely seen outside conflict. The story is fun and romantic, filled with laugh out loud moments, sweet and intimate scenes, and so much more. Surprisingly, I even loved the bits with Armstrong. Helena made him almost endearing, and dare I say, I would be interested to see a story where he changes his ways. What I think I loved most is that Helena shows that with these stories, couples can really have it all.

    Although I know one day it will happen, I never want Helena to stop writing in this world, which is truly a testament to the characters and stories she has created. They are the quintessential romcoms, filled with fun and love, and I’ll never get enough.

    ARC received in exchange for an honest review

  • Patty ~ Wrapped Up In Reading Book Blog

    {ARC Generously Provided by Author}

    There is no denying why Helena Hunting is a New York Times best-selling author! She is one of the few writers that can consistently deliver when it comes to chart-topping hits. The

    series instantly became one of my favorites by this amazing author. The banter between Lincoln and Wren had me laughing out lo

    {ARC Generously Provided by Author}

    There is no denying why Helena Hunting is a New York Times best-selling author! She is one of the few writers that can consistently deliver when it comes to chart-topping hits. The

    series instantly became one of my favorites by this amazing author. The banter between Lincoln and Wren had me laughing out loud often and their chemistry was sizzling hot. I loved how they were very much equals and that Wren was a tough as nails Heroine. I found myself breezing through this one. There was never a lull during the progression of the plot, which I was grateful for. I’m not a fan of the “slow burn”. While there wasn’t a lot of drama being created between Linc and Wren, there’s a mystery that comes to the surface which will keep readers guessing.

    We meet a new character which I’m hoping means that we’ll get at least one more book because I’m not ready to say goodbye to this series yet.

    Here are my overall ratings:

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  • Corina

    4.5 stars

    This book snuck up on me.

    I LOVED IT!!!

    My favorite Shacking Up novel yet.

    Not surprising, since there was so much I loved about this book.

    From Lincoln to Wren, this book had everything I love about a great romance.

    The office romance angle didn't hurt either.

    But most of all, like Lincoln, I adored Wren. She was competent, confident and decisive. Because she didn't care one bit about who he was, she was the perfect partner for Lincoln. On one hand she bugged him when necessary, and microman

    4.5 stars

    This book snuck up on me.

    I LOVED IT!!!

    My favorite Shacking Up novel yet.

    Not surprising, since there was so much I loved about this book.

    From Lincoln to Wren, this book had everything I love about a great romance.

    The office romance angle didn't hurt either.

    But most of all, like Lincoln, I adored Wren. She was competent, confident and decisive. Because she didn't care one bit about who he was, she was the perfect partner for Lincoln. On one hand she bugged him when necessary, and micromanaged his life in the best kind of way, on the other hand she handled him with care but never with velvet gloves. And that's exactly what Lincoln needed. Someone he could trust to be honest and when needed a person that wasn't afraid of butting heads, a trusted confidant by his side.

    Wren was an amazing character. The way she handled Armstrong was GOLD!! No way could I have predicted a heroine like Wren.

    My love for all things Wren and Lincoln knows no boundaries.

    But besides Wren, Lincoln stole the show. He was adorable, possessive and sweet at times. The times he made me smile were numerous. All the small but adorable instances, like the way he fixated on her lipstick - ADORABLE!! His big brother way of handling Armstrong made me LOL - he went straight to where it counted, no second thought. His relationship with his grandma - swoon!! And of course his grouchy and broody self - be still my heart.

    All in all this was one of the author's best books so far, and I love how the her writing has become better and better over time. It makes me excited to see what she comes up with next.

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  • Wendy'sThoughts

    She comes from a family which is welled versed in all the ins and outs of presenting just the right image. As the daughter of a senator, she knows exactly how important branding and publicity is. But this PR thing she has been doing is not her heart. Nonprofit is and Gwendolyn Moorehead had promised Wren her "handling and cleaning up the scandalous messes" younger son Armstrong was making would put her front and center with any charity organization she wished. Wren sucked it up and did her job, making sure Armstrong knew she would literally whack him if he so much as touched her.

    Now Gwendolyn has promised more to Wren...If she assists in "Grooming, Outfitting and Handling Lincoln" she will double her pay. Makes it difficult to turn down...so this is how Wren ends up in a bar meeting Lincoln for the first time. The funeral is over and Wren just needs to make sure Lincoln gets to his room all right. As drunk as he is...Wren does the job without Lincoln understanding who exactly she is...

    When these two finally are officially introduced, both are on edge leading to a caustic reaction. Lincoln is annoyed he has to be there in the first place. Then his idiot brother has a hissy fit he was not named CEO and starts to act out...causing Wren to put Armstrong in his place, physically. After all that, Lincoln is asked/told by G-mom to have Wren make all the appointments for grooming, etc. Things Lincoln could care less about.

    But Lincoln does care about all the people who work for Morehead and their families. He understands the importance of what needs to take place so he eventually softens to the idea of Wren and her arranging his life. It should only be for about 6 months or so...He sucks it up and starts to rely on Wren...

    Well, he starts to do more than rely on her...He starts to look forward to the clip clip of her stilettos across his tile floor and wants to know what she is thinking behind those beautiful eyes. He and Wren start to see each other in a more favorable light and soon the chemistry is off the chain and they are acting on it...

    This story has so much going for it. You have a couple who start out with misinterpretations and assumptions about each other. Then you have them become a team working towards common goals. And then they are confronted with something which will impact both of them and others. Watching how they handle all of this was insightful as to who they were and who they wanted to be.

    Helena Hunting is known for delivering stories with many layers and with this last entry to the series, she did not disappoint.

  • Malene

    Ever since Lincoln was mentioned in Hooking Up I have been very curious and excited to hopefully get his story and now it’s finally here.

    The first chapter delivers an amazing introduction to Lincoln and Wren. Their first meeting and interaction with sparse communication left me pretty damn happy. A brooding Lincoln with a man bun and beard. Yes please! Wren is a fierce kickass woman who knows how to handle Lincoln’s irresponsible brother Armstrong. Putting him in a headlock. You go Wren.

    Lincoln

    Ever since Lincoln was mentioned in Hooking Up I have been very curious and excited to hopefully get his story and now it’s finally here.

    The first chapter delivers an amazing introduction to Lincoln and Wren. Their first meeting and interaction with sparse communication left me pretty damn happy. A brooding Lincoln with a man bun and beard. Yes please! Wren is a fierce kickass woman who knows how to handle Lincoln’s irresponsible brother Armstrong. Putting him in a headlock. You go Wren.

    Lincoln and Wren has to work together and it creates some very delicious unresolved sexual tension and hilarious bantering between them. As opposed his is to being in NY and helping his grandmother with his father’s company Lincoln also finds positive things about it too. His sexy and opinionated handler Wren. They’re fun and share amazing chemistry. When secrets threatens to be revealed I feared the good old omission plot but thankfully the author goes another route and made me enjoy and appreciate the characters and the story even more.

    Handle With Care was a fabulous romantic comedy and great addition to the Shacking Up series. Lincoln Moorehead was so worth the wait.

    4 Red Lipstick Stars

    I received an ARC from St. Martins Press.

  • Jemima jamir aka Sentranced Jem

    Let's do this!

  • Helena Hunting

    The next standalone romantic comedy set in The Shacking Up world!

    Coming August 27th!

    iBooks →

    NOOK →

    Kobo →

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    AU → TBA

    NOTE: This is an unedited excerpt and is subject to change.

    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 o

    The next standalone romantic comedy set in The Shacking Up world!

    Coming August 27th!

    iBooks →

    NOOK →

    Kobo →

    Google Play →

    US →

    CA →

    UK →

    AU → TBA

    NOTE: This is an unedited excerpt and is subject to change.

    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.

    “You can’t do this! It’s absolute bullshit!” Armstrong yells.

    I look around the table, trying to piece together what I missed.

    “I’m sorry, Armstrong. I know this is a shock, but we feel it’s in the company’s best interest to put Lincoln at the helm during this transitional stage,” G-mom says firmly.

    At the helm? I look to G-mom who’s busy not looking at me.

    Armstrong jabs a finger at himself. “But I’m the one who’s put in all the time here! I deserve to run the company! Lincoln doesn’t know the first thing about Moorehead. All he knows how to do is dig wells and forage for food in the wilderness. How are those valuable assets here?” He turns his attention to our mother. “Did you know about this? How can you let this happen? Look at him. How can that be the face of our company? He looks like he crawled out of a gutter and mugged a twenty-year-old college kid on a bender. How is this better for our bottom line?”

    My mother clasps her hands in front of her. “I’m sorry, Armstrong, but this decision wasn’t mine to make. I know this is hard for you, but your grandmother and fath—”

    Armstrong stomps his foot, exactly as a toddler would. “The company is mine! Lincoln can’t have it!”

    I raise a hand, half to quiet my brother and also to find out what the freaking deal is. “Whoa, let’s back this bus up. Can someone explain what’s going on?”

    “You’ve been appointed as the CEO of Moorehead Media, according to the will,” Christophe—no R, because that would make it far too pedestrian a name—my father’s lawyer says.

    I’m working on trying to remain calm as I address my grandmother. “You didn’t say anything about me being CEO. You said you needed my help.”

    “Running the company, yes,” she says through a practised, stiff smile.

    It’s her warning face, but seriously, when she said she needed my help for a few months I figured it meant I’d be keeping Armstrong in line while she sorted out who was going to take over the company, which I realize now was a stupid assumption.

    “I didn’t think that meant CEO. How am I going to run a company with this dickhead on staff?” I motion to my brother.

    “The name calling is unnecessary,” G-mom replies.

    “Lincoln’s not even part of this family! He hasn’t attended one event in the past five years except for Dad’s funeral. He didn’t bother coming to my wedding and now he’s going to run the company? How is that fair?”

    I snort. “Your wedding was an expensive joke.”

    He crosses his arms over his chest. “I was set up. Amalie had cold feet and made me out to look like the bad guy.”

    The woman beside him shoots him a disgusted look.

    Armstrong clears his throat and tugs at his collar. “My wedding is not the real issue. The point is that you’ve never involved yourself in any part of this family and now you think you can come in and take over. I will not stand by and let this happen!” He keeps jabbing his finger at me as if he’s engaged in a finger sword fight.

    I lean back in my chair and lace my fingers behind my neck. Armstrong has always been reactive. And self-absorbed. For a while, it seemed like he finally had it together—back when he was engaged. But ever since that fiasco of a wedding he seems to have come completely unglued. Again. But worse this time. “Someone needs a timeout.”

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