Crazy, Stupid Sex

Maisey Yates
Crazy, Stupid Sex
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Release Date
February 2013
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance

How to Land the Hot Guy 1.0

A multimillionaire by the age of 27, app developer Evie James is clueless when it comes to hooking up. So she does what any self-respecting geek-girl looking to get laid would do: she programs her own app for landing a hot guy. After a few failed attempts at making contact, beta testing leads her to Caleb Anderson.

Caleb is used to female attention, but finds himself attracted to Evie because of her unique brand of awkward. A master of one-night stands, he's more than happy to show her what she's been missing in the bedroom. But he quickly discovers that one night with a woman like Evie will never be enough for him….

Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Feb 13, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
142 people found the following review helpful
Hot and sexy, funny and charming!

To test out the app she's developing, Evie James went into a bar to pick up a man and got a seductive playboy named Caleb Anderson. After one hot night together, she thought that was it...only to find on Monday morning, that he was now her new boss! Only over the app testing, of course. Because for the first time in all his one-night stands, Caleb couldn't get a woman out of his mind...

This book should have been titled "His Hotness, Caleb Anderson". Boy, is he hot! And oozing with charm. I love when he goes dominant and commanding on Evie. Born to wealth, he doesn't need to work, and...he doesn't. That bothered me a bit. But we see his growth through the story, how Evie's entrance into his life makes him yearn (finally) to have a purpose and explore his potential to be more.

And Evie holds up her end perfectly. A multimillionaire in her own right, Caleb's wealth doesn't interest nor intimidate her. She learns to come out from her comfort zone to get what she wants, and I love that Caleb is the safe haven for her to finally learn all about her sexuality.

I did find the ending to be a bit abrupt though. After Caleb's revelation, I thought there'd be more...I don't know...sharing, comforting, instead of segueing into sex. Or maybe, Evie had the right of it, since sex is what Caleb knows. That said, this is a very sexy book, hot and sizzling, with great, unforgettable characters.
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