Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Review: Fuck Valentine's Day

Fuck Valentine's Day
By:  CM Stunich

Rating: 5/5 Cogs


WARNING: This book contains handcuffs, hair pulling, perverted Valentine's cards, and all other sorts of naughty. This book is NOT intended for anyone who dislikes hot sex scenes, bad boys, or nerds with kinky sides. Read at your own risk.

Andi Fisher hates Valentine's Day for obvious reasons. First off, she's single. Second, she's single. And third, well, she's fucking single. Like it isn't hard enough watching the lovey-dovey couples on campus and listening to her roommate's wild sexcapades at night. Why does there have to be a holiday to grind the salt in Andi's proverbial wounds?

Resigned to watching reruns of “Sleepless in Seattle” and binge eating on half-priced holiday chocolates, Andi is surprised when not one but two guys start to take in interest in her. Sexy, tattooed Quinn and the equally hot, but totally nerdy Preston. Either way, Andi might have Valentine's Day plans that she didn't expect …


If all erotica were more like this book, I'd read erotica.  This book is absolutely hilarious while still being sexy.  Andi is a fantastic lead, and I can't imagine any book with inner monologue even remotely as amusing as hers.  Her conversations with Horny Andi and Rational Andi were absolutely hilarious!  Mostly when both aspects of herself gang up on her.  I loved it!

Overall, I love nerdy romances, so since one of the men that Andi's lusting after is a nerdy hottie, I was immediately on board.  This was actually the first book I had ever read by this author, and it has started an obsession.  Definitely my favourite indie and I look forward to more spicy stories with real humour added in.

If you're an erotica reader, this is definitely not one you'll want to skip over!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

No comments:

Post a Comment