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From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Max Monroe comes a new romantic comedy standalone.
My name is Lola Sexton, and I’m a sex addict.
Okay…that’s a lie.
Truth is, I’m a serial dater turned dating and relationship columnist for The San Francisco Times. My readers call me Sex. Sex Says.
I love my job.
I love my life.
And I hate Reed Luca.
My name is Reed Luca, and I’m a liar.
Ironically, that’s the truth.
I’m 31, and my occupation is…well, complicated.
My favorite kind of woman comes in all shapes and sizes, but always has a big brain.
I’ve never hated anything.
Lola Sexton hates me.
Luckily, it’s a thin line between love and hate, and with my help, pretty Lola will only be able to straddle that line for so long.
Reed saved this book, but wasn't wow'ed...
Reed Luca....holy balls! I think most women, who read this book, will agree with me when I say that we want our very own Reed! Laid back, quick-witted, hilarious, and drop dead sexy, Reed is his own breed of male. Reed's character completely saved this book, in my eyes. Without him, I don't think I would've been able to finish. Which is a complete shock to me, because I absolutely LOVED Max Monroe's previous books.
I found that it took me a lot longer to really get interested in the story, as I realized that Lola was a very big contradiction. Over half the time, what came out of her mouth wasn't even how she truly felt. She couldn't be completely honest with herself, let alone anyone else, when she dealing with her issues and what she really thought. And isn't that what her column was supposed to be about? Her TRUE opinions on dating and relationships.
And even though I stated Reed saved the story for me, he had his own flaw that didn't sit well with me. As open and honest he was in his own columns, he couldn't be completely honest with Lola about his real feelings. But I guess it was easier to overlook that flaw in him, since it was obviously stated in the book how much of a pathological liar he was.
Overall, I just wasn't WOW'ed by the story. It had a lot a potential, and I was genuinely excited to read it. I could very well be in the minority of people who weren't completely blown away with this book, but it will not deter me from reading anything else from Max Monroe. It will actually make me want to read more. One sour apple won't ruin the entire sweetness that is Max Monroe's books.