I’d spent the last decade counseling couples –helping them achieve their most
intimate desires. How could I so easily help them when I didn’t know how to
Honestly, I was a fraud. A fake. A phony. Let’s call it what it was –I was a
thirty-five-year-old woman who’d never experienced the Big O. Don’t kid
yourself, I’m not innocent. I’m definitely not a virgin. It’s just, no guy has
ever taken me there –you know the place, where your toes curl and the universe
explodes around you.
I’d pretty much given up hope, until he barreled into my life –turning my
entire world upside down.
I’m Doctor Carson Foster, renowned sex therapist. I’d made a career out of
bringing women to orgasm. Always holding to high professional standards, I was
careful to do things completely by the book. I’d never considered breaking my
personal code of ethics with any of my patients –that is, until I met her. And
to complicate things, Ashlynn Sommers was my colleague, but I wouldn’t let that
stop me. When I learned of her “little problem” in the bedroom, I was
determined to be the one to take her there.
I’m really torn on how to review this book. I really did like it but at the same time I felt like the description was a little misleading. It’s really hard to explain what I mean by that with out too many spoilers but I will try a little.
I hate that we didn’t get to see their jobs. I wanted to see them in action and sadly we didn’t get to see into that aspect of their lives and the blurb seemed to make it seem like these jobs were super important so I was confused that we never saw them in those roles.
While Cason wasn’t an alpha type hero I really liked him. He was super sweet and really understanding. I did like that aspect of the story. Sometimes you you just want a sweet hero and the story gave that too me. Ashlynn was super sweet too. Her issues were important but at the same time it felt they were pushed into the back of the story. Like not being able to O. It’s important in the blurb but then with the hero it was like BAM it happened no issues or real coaxing. I can understand mainly because she was able to open up to him.
There’s not much more I can say that wouldn’t spoil the overall story but I’ll end it with saying that even though I was expecting some things to be different because of the blurb it was still enjoyable. If you are looking for a sweet read that didn’t have a ton of drama then this book will be a perfect weekend read. 4 stars #2OCCJD
Unspoken Series which includes the Unwritten Duet of Unwritten and Unscripted
and the standalone novel Unforeseen. She’s also written the standalone novels
Love Entwined and the upcoming Take Me There. She lives in a suburb of Flint,
Michigan with her husband and spoiled-rotten Siamese cat, Simon. For the last
decade, she has worked as a journalist for several community newspapers
in Michigan’s Thumb region. She enjoys all things ’80s and ’90s pop culture:
movies, boy bands, music and especially the color, hot pink. She also strictly
lives by the motto, “Life is better in flip flops,” and is a diehard
Detroit Tigers fan.