A little bit naughty. A whole lotta nice.
Pierce Brothers #1 OUT NOW!
‘Give me a week. Seven days and seven nights. I’ll show you what it’s like to be with a nice guy.’
NICE GUYS CAN PLAY DIRTY TOO . . .
Chelsea’s housemate Tom is tired of her complaining about her boyfriends. Arrogant, sexy, irresistible—bad boys are basically Chelsea’s M.O.
Pretty much everything that Tom is not. He’s dependable and sweet. He’s also kind of hot in a cute, unthreatening way. His offer surprises Chelsea. He’s right . . . she’s never really given a nice guy a chance before. And now she’s curious. Hell, it might even be fun.
There’s just one rule: this isn’t a friends with benefits arrangement. Except Chelsea never imagined nice guys could play so dirty . . .
Mr. Nice Guy is the first book in the Pierce Brothers series featuring four brothers who are determined to be equally as nice as they are naughty . . .
WHAT THE REVIEWERS ARE SAYING ABOUT MR. NICE GUY
“Tom is the kind of man women dream of.”
Jenna on NetGalley
“Tom has got to be one of the sweetest, most amazing bookish boyfriends ever.”
Amber on Goodreads
“This book is a humorous, slow burning, angst filled, steamy friends to lovers.”
Jerrica on Goodreads
⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This was really heartwarming and such a beautiful friends to lovers with fake dating trope. Both characters had to work through their own struggles, but ultimately realized that the fake dating brought out feelings that were there long before.”
Heather on Goodreads
⭐⭐⭐⭐ “So this book has a trope that I love: the fake-dating-turn-real trope. However, Belinda Williams doesn’t follow the cliches. Williams has written an easy, comfort read that you can read in one sitting (which I did) and it was filled with romance, tension and angst!! There was also plenty of humour as well, which I enjoyed.”
Alys on Goodreads
⭐⭐⭐⭐. “I absolutely adored them (Chelsea and Tom) together and was cheering them on throughout the entire story! Their banter throughout the book made them feel like a real couple. I also loved the side characters and everything they brought to the story to make it feel more real.”
Emily on Goodreads