Book Review / Farrah Rochon

Farrah Rochon | The Hookup Plan (The Boyfriend Project #3)

The Book: 

The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon
Published August 2, 2022 by Forever
Date read: August 16, 2022

The Characters: 

London and Drew


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The Plot (from Goodreads):

Successful pediatric surgeon London Kelley just needs to find some balance and de-stress. According to her friends Samiah and Taylor, what London really needs is a casual hookup. A night of fun with no strings. But no one—least of all London—expected it to go down at her high school reunion with Drew Sullivan, millionaire, owner of delicious abs, and oh yes, her archnemesis.

Now London is certain the road to hell is paved with good sex. Because she’s found out the real reason Drew’s back in Austin: to decide whether her beloved hospital remains open. Worse, Drew is doing everything he can to show her that he’s a decent guy who actually cares. But London’s not falling for it. Because while sleeping with the enemy is one thing, falling for him is definitely not part of the plan.

The Review: 

I’ve loved the Boyfriend Project series from the beginning and couldn’t wait to read London’s story–especially because enemies to lovers is my favorite trope! The Hookup Plan can be read as a standalone, but since London’s friendship with Samiah and Taylor plays such a big part in her life, it’s worth it to read the earlier books in the series to see how they all met.

The Hookup Plan may actually be my favorite of the series. London and Drew were high school rivals, and their story starts at their high school reunion. Rochon hits you with the steam right out of the gate when they hook up the same night they reconnect. London is hoping for a single night with no strings, so imagine her surprise when Drew shows up at her workplace on Monday morning. Despite his lie of omission, Drew and London develop an adorable relationship based on his respect for her. I thought they made a great pair.

I loved the scenes at London’s hospital. She is widely respected by the majority of her coworkers, but there are always some men with egos that won’t let them acknowledge a woman’s success. I really enjoyed watching London put these people in their place!

I’m sad to see this series come to an end, but I can’t wait to see what’s next from Farrah Rochon.

Check out my reviews of The Boyfriend Project and The Dating Playbook.

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