Friday, September 22, 2017

"Mr. Sinful" by Serenity Woods


SERIES: Heartfelt #1
PUBLISHER: Serenity Woods
GENRE: Contemporary/Erotic Romance
SOURCE: Freebie
LINKS: Goodreads

Faith Hillman is in trouble. She’s writing an article on ways to spice up your love life for her popular blog, but she’s hit a major snag—she hasn’t experienced any of the Seven Sexy Sins on her list. Luckily, her brother’s best friend, Rusty Thorne, offers to help with her research. Having had a crush on him since the age of twelve, Faith agrees, on the proviso that he signs a contract keeping their short-term relationship a secret. Her brother once decked him for kissing her on her eighteenth birthday, so Rusty’s happy to concur. While they work their way through the wicked list, Rusty enjoys showing Faith all the sexual delights he can think of. But it’s only as the sins draws to a close that he understands that, where love is concerned, he’s the student and Faith’s the teacher. He’s determined to keep to the terms of the contract, but when it comes to the crunch, will he be able to let her go? 
WARNING: Includes rebellious hero who enjoys inserting Tab A into Slots B, C, and even occasionally D. Also includes highly inappropriate use of a Mars Bar.


I spotted this book a while ago on a friend's blog, and I remember clicking on it because of the title. After reading the blurb, I knew it was definitely a story to try because, seriously, sins? Seven dark(est) sins? *winks*

I had a great time with this book for more reasons than you may think, one being the fact that Faith has a blog and her 'experiment' is mainly—is it?—for her readers. The posts, the snippets of comments, the—sometimes embarrassing—questions that pop up, and the whole interaction just work splendidly for a reader who happens to be a blogger as well. I smiled, I sighed, I covered my mouth trying to suppress a laugh at inappropriate moments—oh my, that warning wasn't kidding—and I constantly rooted for these two. Faith and Rusty are a perfect match indeed, and not only in the sheets... If I liked them as lovers, I loved them as friends, and I appreciated every spicy encounter moment spent in their company, even that sad cloud surrounding one of them. HA, told you there was more than one reason, and wouldn't you like to know more now?

Go on, grab this book, let Mr. Sinful show you how pleasurable is inserting Tab A into Slot B, C, and occasionally D, and enjoy hanging out with an interesting group of friends.

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