- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1092.0 KB
- Print Length: 343 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1543009921
- Publisher: Max Monroe LLC (21 Feb. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06X1BRZNC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,873 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved Lola and Reed, they are my new favourite Max Monroe couple!
The title of this book grabs your attention before you even see the blurb and when you do, curiosity becomes a strong need to find out more so I couldn’t wait to read it.
Lola Sexton is a dating and relationship columnist for the San Francisco Times, known to her readers as Sex Says. She’s a fly by the seat of her pants girl, moment to moment and doesn’t conform to the typical behaviour and dress code of an office worker, one of the many reasons she prefers to work from home.
Reed Luca is a reformed bad boy and a liar who loves his life going from job to job and has opinions on everything. While randomly reading the paper he comes across the Sex Says column and feels compelled to respond personally, via a you tube video.
When Reeds video goes viral and Lola finds out, sparks don’t just fly, they explode. Angry would be a huge understatement to describe how Lola feels towards Reed and she’s determined to let him know exactly how much she hates him.
After meeting Lola, Reed finds himself in a dilemma; he feels the need to see Lola again because she intrigues him. There’s just the small hurdle of her hatred towards him to get over so he comes up with creative ways to get her attention, including getting a job at a rival paper and writing a column of his own in response to hers.
While Reed finds himself liking Lola more each time they meet, she feels the opposite but as everyone knows, there’s a thin line between love and hate and Lola is on the verge of crossing it.
I loved this story, Lola and Reed were both instantly likeable and their story is a perfect mix of humour and romance. There are also some great side characters; both of their sisters are hilarious! This is now my favourite enemies to lovers story and I highly recommend you one click it.
That is until a total stranger makes a video, disagreeing with everything she has to say. The worst bit is, it becomes an internet success with millions of people viewing it.
Reed Luca doesn't take life too seriously, bouncing from one job to another. He likes to have fun and tell the odd lie here and there. When he meets Lola he is instantly intrigued by this funny, beautiful creature. But did I mention she hates him. Like really really hates him. This doesn't deter him though. He is going to get to know her, whether she likes it or not.
The back and forth banter between Reed and Lola was hilarious. This couple sure knew how to push each other's buttons. Their relationship was by no means simple or easy. As much as Lola tried to hate Reed, she just couldn't deny the attraction she felt towards him. Reed had never felt this way about a woman before. He loved the chase and eventually breaking down all of Lola's walls.
Max Monroe are great at giving you stories full of humour, and laugh out loud moment. They give you just the right amount of drama, to keep you hooked till the very end.
OK leading man Reed Luca is a little on the immature side; never thinking about his future and someone who will do everything possible to ensure he doesn’t do what is expected of him. Lola on the other hand, is well portrayed as quirky and interesting rather than childish, but they do end up making the perfect couple (when Reed starts acting like an adult that is). He is immediately smitten with Lola whilst she doesn’t like him much at all despite their physical attraction and they butt heads when Reed starts a newspaper column that offers the exact opposite opinion or advice that Lola writes in her own column.
This is a very heated romance that does amuse (a lot) but it doesn’t quite have the same emotional impact as MM’s “Billionaire Bad Boys” series. But if you are looking for a fun, romantic escape from the real world, then look no further than “Sex Says”.
Sex Says is the story of Lola and Reed.
Lola works for the SF Times and writes a very popular column " Sex Says"...
She is quirky, sassy and a free spirit.
Reed is sexy and his sense of humour would drive any woman insane! His charm is undeniable!
He decides to reply to Lola’s column by recording a video and uploading it on Youtube.
AND this is where it all begins. They hate each other- they are attracted to each other and they are the perfect example that opposites attract.
The humour throughout this book is hysterical and incredibly abundant.
As a fan of the Billionaire series, I was hesitant to see where this next book could go. Let's just say I loved it, the storyline, the characters, everything about this book screamed originality.
Reed's character was just brilliant, totally different from anything I've read previously and he just exudes confidence, strength of character and the icing on the cake is that he is hot.
Lola isn't average in anyway, she is quirky, funny, non conformist and a great match to challenge Reed.
This was an unputdownable read that I just devoured. A truly great, quirky, sexy read.
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