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One of the hottest friends to lovers I have ever read. At one point. I think my Kindle mayhave caught fire.
One thing is for sure, if you are going to write a book about an erotic romance author and a literary agent spending a week together and exploring eroticism and sexual chemistry, there has to be chemistry.
Well done. Ian is hot. He's sexy, and sexual...he is strong and that strength is appealing...he is powerful, but not a jerk about it. More important, you like him and you completely understand what Kinsey sees in him.
Kinsey is funny, and sweet, and so much sexier than she realizes.
Saying too much about this one will ruin it...and the whole point of this one is that you live in a world filled with the sexual chemistry while you are reading that mirrors the experiences of the characters in the story. Saying too much about it ruins that. And I wouldn't want to do that.
Once she lands and is reaching for her luggage at baggage claim, someone gets it for her. As she thanks him, she's not really paying attention and wonders why he's just staring at her. Once she looks at him....BAM!! It's none other than Ian Thompson, who she tried to give her virginity to and was turned down when she was a teen!
Ian Thompson aka I. Hartley is a literary agent, exactly what Kinley needs for her manuscript! This week at the convention just got really interesting!! He has read her manuscript but said her sex scenes lack. Can she get him to "teach" her the sex that her book lacks? Can she get him to represent her?
I FLOVED this book ! It was such a different story line of any book I've ever read and it was such a nice change!! I loved Ian, Kinley and of course, Charlie and Dan! The flow of the book was amazing and had me captivated from page 1! The humor in the book just made it that much more enjoyable!! Of course, the hotness was a plus! This is one of my favorite books that I've read this year, so far!
Copy received in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed on behalf of Once Upon An Alpha
So, I will say "Thank You" to Lisa Wells for the sassy and sexy introduction to the series! Kinley is a character that many readers, like me, can relate to simply for the fact that she enjoys romance novels. So much that she has taken on the challenge of writing one herself. And I say "challenge" here not in that anyone challenges her, but that writing good romantic fiction takes finesse and skill. Though Ian certainly challenged Kinley in many ways.
The "meta-ness" of this novel is really fun, and I thought the peek into being a romance novelist was great. There were parallels in the story between the characters and the plot itself, most notably the teaching of sexual tension and dialogue.
📚 Hell. Did he just use the word mollycoddle in his thoughts? He needed to cutback how many Regencies he was representing. 📚
Not altogether surprising, E.L. James and "50 Shades of Gray" get a nod or two. This made me think at first that the story would venture into BDSM territory, but there was very little of that. I was happy to find that since I am much more for a strong and sassy heroine. (I haven't read 50 Shades, but I don't think it's my thing.) Kinley fits the bill for "strong and sassy," though she also has some nice insecurities that round her character out well. I feel that she fits right in as a Romance-fan-turned-novelist. She pushed herself out of her comfort zone often, which is something that I, as an introvert, can really relate to. Ian as the love interest was also a character I liked, though I'm not sure I got enough of a view into who he was without Kinley.
Overall, I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who is a fan of contemporary romance, especially those who wouldn't have a problem reading a story with very light BDSM and the use of toys.
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So Ian love. At first wary because of how Kinley sees him but I do love him.Read more