Let's Talk About Sext
Book 1, Let's Talk About Sext
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Her: Unstoppable, workaholic, driven force of nature. Him: The exact opposite of that.
Phebe Stark needs a punching bag. No, on second thought, she needs a donut. No, on third thought, she needs to escape into a dark bar with a strong drink. She’s just been harassed, for the umpteenth time, by the slimy supervisor standing between her and a shattered glass ceiling at her high-pressure Atlanta firm. But then a tall, bearded, sexy lumberjack of a bartender saunters over, and suddenly Phebe knows she doesn’t need gin . . . she needs him.
Brody Cantrell didn’t exactly intend to become a bartender. He planned to help out at his ailing uncle’s bar for a year, then get an advanced degree and rise to the top of his field. Instead, he got a Ph.D. in Real Life from his customers. Brody thinks he’s seen everything—until he meets Phebe Stark. And when he gets a load of her fearless sexting skills, he just has to see what’s under that power suit. Brody’s certain they’ll have a good time or two—nothing serious. Then again, all these steamy messages and breathless trysts have him seriously considering . . . Why not?
This ebook includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
When opposites attract
Brody is a bartender not getting his PhD.
Phebe is dealing with a swarmy coworker.
When they meet, its sexting and it’s on.
This was my first book by this author and wanted to like it but there were just a few too many things missing for me.
Phebe was really unlikeable for me. I love strong female characters but I hate when they feel like they need to down other people in order to show their strength. Sorry but that's the opposite of a strong character for me. The best part of this book was Brody. If only there were more redeeming things about Phebe, this book could have been great.
I'll give this author another try and hopefully I'll connect more with the next.
*this is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*