C is for Chance Roosevelt-Sutton.
Chiseled jaw. Smug attitude. Wild ways.
Chained to his ego—or so everyone thinks. Except his personal assistant, Brook. He knows better.
Chance is challenged to make his father happy for once, but he needs Brook’s help.
Choosing honesty is too risky, so instead they choose secrecy.
Choked by their pasts, they dream of a better life . . . and
Charm each other into submission.
Will their pasts ruin what they have, or will they grow together?
This book follows millionaire basketball player Chance, who is desperate to impress his father and to have his approval, and his newly hired personal assistant Brooke.
We had already seen Chance in the first two books and had gotten the impression of him that the rest of the world has: basically, a rich entitled asshole. But Brooke pretty soon is able to see past Chance’s façade and learns there’s more to him.
This is the shortest book in this series so far but it managed to grab my attention immediately and I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. Differently from the first two books, this had a coming-out element that was very dear to my heart, especially since Chance comes out in his mid-twenties, and I’m so glad we finally had a bi MC after three books.
There’s also an element of hurt/comfort which made some of the scenes really cute and really made me feel for Chance and for Brooke. I also loved Brooke’s grandma!!! She’s just a clever and witty woman, and on that note I really appreciate how Anyta Sunday’s books always feature at least one supportive family (of one of the MC) and how there’s always some amazing and strong female relatives that are there for the MC(s). I only wish there were more girl friends and specifically sapphic girls because let’s be real, wlw/mlm solidarity is A Thing in real life.
Anyway, so far I’ve had an absolute blast with this Love Letters series and I can’t wait for there to be more!