Review of Let’s Talk About Sext (Let’s Talk About Sext #1) by Evie Claire

“Is it medically possible to break your vagina?”

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 284 Pages

POV: Third Person

Description:

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?

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from Random House Publishing Group – Loveswept via NetGalley.*

“Brody Cantrell. Bartender, resident psychologist, and all around badass.”

“Phebe Stark, budding CEO, day drinker and all-around ballsy bitch.”

Those quotes pretty much sum up the two main characters. They are complete opposites, but somehow their differences only complement the other. She brings out a part in Brody he had been trying to deny. And he brings out a side in Phebe that she desperately needed.

Brody came from money, but he walked away from it all. He did what made him happy and carried on his uncle’s legacy. Never in a million years did he imagine a woman like Phebe walking into his bar, nor could he imagine ever wanting someone like her, but he’d been drawn to her from the moment she sat down.

“He wanted to share this. He wanted to see the look in her eyes when he pushed into her – the ecstasy, the pleasure, the pain, everything. He had to know. Was this real or was she just having fun?”

Phebe was a woman in an man’s world and she busted her butt everyday to prove herself, but she did just that. She’d created one hell of a reputation for herself, which led to a wonderful opportunity. One that couldn’t have come sooner with creep of a boss. What she did not have time for was men. But when a bad day got worse and she found herself sitting in a bar in the middle of the day, she did not expect to find a crosswording sexy bartender who made her speechless.

“God, when that boy smiled so wickedly, it was everything. Like the sunshine decided his face was the only surface worthy of touching that day.”

Let’s Talk About Sext is the perfect mixture of sweet and dirty. I know I’ll be daydreaming about pool tables for the unforeseeable future. It drew me in and held my attention, but there was just something that kept me from completely loving it and I’m not entirely sure I can place my finger on what exactly that is.

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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