Thursday, 15 September 2016

Blog tour: She's certainly a hot chick now

Hey everyone,
 Today is out stop on N. Raines blog tour. It even comes with a giveaway so be sure to enter and good luck.
Anyway,  her new book is called Not the Hot Chick.
 Yes, I know it's one of those titles that makes you want to get started on a book at once. And the cover, take a quick look at the cover


Those shoes!
Anyway, today am going to be reviewing the book so let's get on with it.

Plot: Ugly duckling Layla, a student teacher who struggles with low self-esteem, accompanies her super hot I- am-every man's-dream-lay-and-I-know it roommate Jessie on a night out. As usual, Jessie casts her net and it catches a really big fish, hot bartender Cam. But somehow, in a twist of sweet victory for all ugly ducklings out there, it's Layla (the not-so hot one, do not forget that), who ends up having the steamiest sexual intercourse of her life with him that night. Wonder what Jessie will think of that.
 


Review: First, the spoiler alert: this one like most books, has an ugly duckling, a tasty Prince Charming (yes, that Cami guy is  πŸ”₯) and a happy ending. But somehow, and I don't know how the author did it, it ended up being so deliciously naughty, not to talk of being a hundred doses of girly fun. Even though at some point I was afraid that Layl and Cam would end up in the ER from all that steamy action. I feared  they'd be too dizzy to even remember their own names! Yes, that was a silent warning: if you're a prude, then this one's certainly not for you. The sex is intense- which is putting it mildly and there's some strong language so be warned.
  I really loved watching Layla grow from an insecure girl to a confident woman.  I'll let you in on a little secret: at some point she demonstrates this in such an admirable way that made me want to immidiately commission an artist to make a bronze statue of Layla for me so I can bow down to it first thing in the morning, everyday. Read the book and see if you can guess what it is that she does and let me know in the comments section.


Review: 3.5
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 Stay bookish everyone and enjoy the rest of the tour.
 Chiomaah