I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Sexy by J.A. Huss
on September 9th 2015
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Imagine the man of your dreams.
The blue eyes. The unruly blonde hair. The perfect abs. How strong his muscular thighs feel as you dig your fingernails into the denim of his jeans.Now imagine looking up to meet his gaze as he guides you towards his belt. Offers you a new life, a new destiny, a whole new world as he teaches you how to make him moan. Coaches you in the art of being sexy.
Would you say no? Could you say no?
Fletcher Novak is that perfect man and he just made Tiffy Preston the offer of a lifetime. And all she has to do is... everything he tells her.
Sexy is a full-length, standalone novel due to release on September 9, 2015 by New York Times Bestselling author, JA Huss.
The last several books I have read by Huss have been … let’s just say dark. Intense would also be another word. So I had no idea what to expect when I picked up Sexy, except I knew the story would be solid. And let me tell you, I was a bit surprised. Sexy was not exactly what I was expecting. Is it sexy? Yes. But is it ALL about sex and being sexy? No.
Fletch is hot, and he knows it. Rather than coming across as a dick though, it is confident which in turn makes him even MORE sexy. What he has realized however, is that most women who are sexy don’t actually know it or work it. So he has made it his mission to teach women to be sexy in their own right. They don’t have to be model gorgeous, because 90% of sexy is all attitude. Which COME ONE, makes him even more sexy, am I right ladies?
Enter Tiffy, who is sexy and doesn’t know it. She is also off limits for Fletch, but he doesn’t know that right away. So of course we have the forbidden love angle, which is always fun. The emotionally closed off guy, with secrets; also fun. And a strong female lead, rare but AWESOME. She may be unsure of herself as a sex-figure,but she doesn’t take anyone’s shit when it comes to business. I kind of want to be her when I grow up.
I expected Sexy to be, well, SEXY. Which it was of course. What I didn’t expect (and I have no idea why, based on Huss’ previous works I should have) was the fully fleshed out characters and the enjoyable story that went with them. It wasn’t all sunshine and roses, but no one pulled a gun on anyone else either.