Can't Fake This

Southern Sweet Spot

Anna is divorced, and thinks after two years, she might be ready to start dating again. So she has her friend Marisol set her up. She knows she’ll have to kiss a few frogs before she finds “The One”, but that’s okay with her. Her divorce left her emotionally devastated, what she’s looking for now is just a good time. Chase seems to be the perfect man to be frog #1; he’s nice, good looking and doesn’t live at home. Then Anna gets this idea…for 12 days, Chase can teach her about red hot sex. Neither one is looking for commitment, so it seems like the perfect arrangement. Twelve days of steamy hot sex, no strings, and each of them walks away after the 12 days are up. Life never turns out the way you want it to though.

Casey Crowe’s debut book is something you won’t be able to put down once you start it. This is one to be read over and over again, especially when life gets you down. This is one author to keep your eye on.


Book Blurb for Can't Fake This

Anna Ryan is a woman on a mission. She's sassy, pretty, petite, and ready to reenter the dating world after a messy divorce. She will kiss a few frogs, but that's okay because she needs the practice. As a romance author, one would think she knows about sex. Sure, she can bump and grind, but what she desires is passion - hot, steamy, mind-blowing chemistry.

She capitalizes on the instantaneous lust with Chase Harris, deciding he is Frog #1. Sucking up her anxiety, she proposes a plan no man can refuse - sex with no strings, no commitment, and complete control. The catch is he must teach her "to make love" and do it for the next twelve days, a Christmas present to herself. The confirmed playboy is intrigued by the idea and takes it a step further by using the traditional carol The Twelve Days of Christmas to illustrate each lesson.

Anna needs to sow some wild oats so that means letting him go, even if Chase says he loves her. Bachelors talk a good game, so why does the intense look in his eyes have to be so real? Like he means it? Like she is.the one?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play.


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2012 4.00