My brother’s best friend is a sex god, and it's time to even the score…
Austin James was always my #1 crush - and off-limits - until a college hook-up showed me he was every bit the playboy his rock-star reputation promised. Now, he’s back after a mysterious break from the spotlight, offering an exclusive profile that could make any journalist’s career.
And he picks me.
Two weeks to land the scoop of a lifetime? I’m not about to let a little unresolved sexual tension stand between me and my big break. OK, a *lot* of sexual tension. Austin knows just how to push my buttons, and despite everything, the chemistry is too hot to ignore. My reporter instincts tell me he’s hiding something… but when he puts that rockstar mouth to work, I forget everything. Except how to kiss him again.
Can I figure out Austin’s secrets - before they break my heart? And will this off-limits romance find a way to become something real?
Find out in the hot standalone romance from Katie McCoy!
The All-Stars Series are linked stand-alone, each with their own couple and HEA!
1. Royal Player
2. Hot Bachelor
4. Sex God
PRAISE FOR KATIE:
"This is my new favorite rom-com! The chemistry is SIZZLING and the characters had me screaming with laughter. A must-read!" - Lila Monroe, iBooks bestselling author.
"OMG. This freaking book left me laughing out loud!! I loved it! This is one wild ride that will keep readers both entertained and hot and bothered." - Pretty Little Books Blog
"I swear Katie McCoy's books just keep getting better and are always such a joy to read. Her writing is flawless, and the plot will suck you in from the first page. Her characters are perfect, and you fall in love with them both easily." - Stacy, Between the Hard Covers
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A fun, flirty tale with a little angst, and a LOT of sexy...
By: Katie McCoy
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 Review by Kristie K
A fun, flirty tale with a little angst, and a LOT of sexy…
The title says it all…Sex God delivers a welcome dose of flirty fun and naughty delights in a perfect little package. Austin James is the smokin’ hot rock star that has filled countless fantasies for thousands of women, but none of them truly mattered…except for the one he could never have. Mia Stevens has never forgotten the night she received the most incredible kiss of her life, from the one man that was off-limits. When Austin reappears in her life after a most uncomfortable meeting in a ladies restroom, Mia is thrown back to the time when he both rocked and shattered her world. Unable to forget the scorching kiss, or the devastation she felt in the aftermath, their reunion is more bitter than sweet. When Mia is offered an exclusive interview with the famously private rock star, she has no choice but to take it for the sake of her career. The chemistry between them cannot be denied when these two are thrown back into each others lives, but will this end in heartbreak or happily ever after? An off limits romance that can’t be denied, no matter who objects. As these two figure out whether their paths will join or separate, secrets come to light and hearts are broken.
Katie McCoy brings the heat with the fourth installment of her All-Star series, with a rock star heartthrob and his best friend’s little sister. The sexual tension between these two was intense, a living, breathing monster hiding just beneath the surface. Their fun, flirty banter turning to smokin’ hot passion in a matter of moments. Ms. McCoy has created a delightful tale of forbidden love, with just the right amount of angst and suspense to keep you on your toes. A slow burn that ignites into a blazing inferno, Sex God definitely turns up the heat. Though the plot isn’t 100% unique, the storyline, characters, and execution set it apart. I read this in one day, and truly enjoyed every moment. At times, I would say that things felt slightly rushed, and certain things never fully resolved or developed, but it didn’t detract from the story enough to affect my enjoyment of the book. That said, Sex God lived up to its title and I truly loved my time with Austin and Mia.
Another awesome Katie McCoy story!
I loved the sound of this book! The premise sounded perfect! Hot rock star that is also her brother’s best friend?? Yes please! Except I didn’t really like Austin. At least the persona he gave off. But I guess since he was a “rock star” he was just being exactly what one would expect.
However, there was some really funny moments, Hot moments and Sweet moments that kept me going throughout this story. I kinda hope we get to find out Luke’s deal...
Satisfactory rock star romance
Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review
Sex God is author Katie McCoy’s latest roma on the best friend’s-little sister-trope, it pairs aspiring journalist Mia Stevens and bad-boy rock star Austin James and is presented in alternating points of view.
After a brief college encounter, Mia and Austin are reunited eight years later and their fledgling flame is reignited. Mia works for an entertainment news outlet, and is given an exclusive with Austin as he promotes his new solo venture and impending album release. As their professional entanglement throws them together into various situations, the feelings both characters previously buried start to re-emerge, but their romance is complicated by concerns of professionalism and Liam, Mia’s brother and Austin’s best friend.
Austin struggles to come to terms with his feelings for Mia and how these feelings violate the “bro code,” especially given the close familial nature of his friendship with Liam. And Mia battles conflicting emotions from her past and present encounters with Austin and the ramifications that a relationship with the subject of her article would have on her career choice and future in the field of journalism. Of course, despite the many barriers and obstacles this couple faces, they do eventually make it to their happily ever after.
I’m a fan of Katie McCoy’s previous works. She has such a genuine, grounded quality to her writing. McCoy is usually extremely adept at creating chemistry between her characters, but I found Mia and Austin to be lacking. Their romance and coupling seemed hasty, rushed, and underdeveloped. And, at least for me, Mia comes across as slightly unlikable; her character is really inconsistent and her emotions are erratic, which made her hard to connect with. And while Sex God is a pleasant, enjoyable romance, unfortunately, for me, it adds nothing new to the trope. I would recommend Sex God, but it’s not quite the must-read that McCoy’ other books are.