“So I Set Some Ground Rules.”
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Length: 82 Pages
POV: First Person
How did the most embarrassing date of my life turn into the most amazing sex of my life? Sometimes dating feels like a job and sometimes it has major benefits. Right now it’s paying off in a rocking orgasm. The boat I’m on is pitching to a different rhythm than the thrusting of my date’s hips and its making my body feel like it’s on fire.
The irony of all this heat building up while I’m surrounded by the Pacific Ocean isn’t completely lost on me. Neither are the penetrating brown eyes and bulging biceps of my modern day Sailor. Unfortunately, when we return to the marina tonight, I’ll be taking a very embarrassing item home with me in a to-go bag. And I’ll need to restart my Tinder search for happily-ever-after tomorrow. How exactly do people make love work when at our foundation, we’re all human?
*I received this book free from the author.*
Cassie ventures into online dating, which can be a little funny. She meets Sailboat Boy (aka Liam, which you don’t find out until about the last page). Things like that made it difficult to get in touch with the characters.
“Dating has become therapy. Sometimes therapy has large arms attached to men who are willing to make out if I feel like it and who buy me drinks and/or food and often give me compliments. I have learned to enjoy therapy.”
Even though it was written in first person, from Cassie’s POV, it seemed more like a narrative. The characters had no real depth and the storyline was okay at best.
Not to mention I cannot stand books that use ‘single quotation marks’ instead of “double quotation marks” around speech. It just doesn’t flow right and makes it difficult to follow at times.
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