Skye Farrel is a motivational speaker who moderates wildly popular sex workshops through her company, Girl Talk. Taught by her famous, feminist mother that great sex is the key to long-lasting relationships (along with the two other big necessities: shared interests and mutual respect), Skye still feels as though she's missing out on something - love. Trouble is, she knows nothing about men or how they operate. Then Skye meets Clint MacAllister, who comes to her looking to sharpen his sex skills in the hopes of securing a loving wife. Skye proposes a trade: her love lessons in return for insight into the male mind. But pretty soon Clint has Skye thinking that maybe marriage isn't such a bad idea, especially to someone as tall, dark and sexy as her new favourite student.
Kimberley Raye has once again created a very easy read which I could not put down. Some of the scenes had me raising an eyebrow (I shall never look at a lollipop the same way) however they were not over the top and did not take over the book. Both leads were very likable as were the secondary characters. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would fully recommend it.