This is a great holiday book - the sort of book you get through in a day on the beach. Unfortunately, I'm not due on a beach anytime soon, so I read it in my garden on Good Friday when it was gloriously hot and sunny and I could pretend I was somewhere abroad. It's a tribute to the writer, Daniel Grant, that even though I am dark-skinned I got slight sunburn, as I wouldn't put it down and go inside!
Basically, James Kennedy is finding the whole business of sex hard...or not! It's a question of his mind being willing but his willy refusing to play along, and the story is how he goes about resolving that, especially as a gorgeous woman is showing clear interest in him.
Although it's very easy to read, it is a well-constructed book with good characters. I'm sure many men will empathise with James Kennedy's ...uhmm...issues although it may not be something that many admit to!
The story takes you along comfortably but be warned there is a fair amount of sex and swearing in it so it's not necessarily one for you if you are slightly prudish. However, that said, sex is the key theme of the whole story and so actually, pretty important to the central character's journey. And the swearing is part of how this guy talks. Some might not warm to him immediately but I did, as he is like so many men that I know! You know, the ones who use their arrogance to cover up that soft side that they don't want anyone to know about !!!
It's well written in the first person with James using the reader as his confidante, thus allowing us into his insecurities and self-consciousness to great effect.
If you're looking for a light tale that takes no energy to read, then give this book a go.