I am vociferously passionate about good books. And I hate adverbs.
Ah, that elusive hottie that got away. The one you can’t stop thinking about. What if he came back? And you suddenly realize he’s not out of your reach, after all?
That reach is, however, being conditioned by a set number of dates, as a game, because Nathan has no wish to become one of Owen’s conquests.
A hilarious, sweet, and profound story, so cute I got into a serious case of the giggles.
It is simply fluffy sweetness.
And still, suddenly, that sweetness becomes serious, because there is this feeling of deeper connection than just the usual sexing. Maybe five dates before hitting the sack isn’t all that bad?
The only thing I didn’t much care for was the POV switch. I don’t like those, even when they are well done, as it was here. I like to enter one mind and stick to it, see the world through those eyes.
But that’s me, and doesn’t have anything to do with this book.
Self-published, and yet both well-written and edited.
You do this very well.
Feed me more words.
I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author, who is a Twitter friend. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.