About the Book:
I’ve known Braxton my whole life.
He’s older than me, but I’ve loved him since I knew what that meant.
And when I see him again after years of being apart, I don’t want to stop myself from telling him how I feel.
He might be my father’s good friend, and nearly two decades older than me, but he’s all I want.
I first realized I loved Moira when she was eighteen years old. Now two years later I’m back in her life and that affection has grown tenfold.
It’s smart to stay away, but I can’t. I won’t.
I’ve been celibate because I only want her. It’s time to man-up and tell Moira that she’s been mine for years, even if she didn’t know it.
Warning: This is an especially fast read, packed with steamy goodness, and a virginal heroine and celibate hero. It also has a healthy dose of sweetness thrown in. Get ready for a feel good story that’ll still make you blush.
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HIS First, My Sixth Disappointment by Jenika
Her dark books are alright, which is why I even decided to read a second book, but the second and the third and the fourth--and so on--have all been disappointments.
She's made it her mission to write books that are shorter than a high school essay, and in doing so, she's takes what could be a great story, waters is down, tosses in a tired sex scene, and then throws down two epilogues so the READER doesn't miss that there's a happily ever after.
Honestly, I don't know if it's fair to call a book an erotic romance is there is nothing erotic about it. There was ONE SEX SCENE. She spent more time on the TWO YEARS LATER than she did on showing the depth and sexual tension between Braxton and Moira. Yeah, they had explicit sex...but it lacked chemistry, heat, and the go-go juice that gets my engine running. The taboo daddy kink thing seemed like an afterthought. He called himself "daddy" once, and so what if he's old enough to be her father? Her FATHER is dating a girl young enough to be his daughter. There's no tension there.
This book--like every other Jenika Snow book I've read over the last five years--is the result of Ms. Snow writing a single book in a two-day span, and expecting it to be this incredible read.
I want to give the book 1 Pulse Point, but honor dictates that since I was given this book by a PR company, I have to mark it higher for sales purposes.