- Release Date
- April 2016
- Book 1 of The Reckless Series
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
My best friend's little sister. That's all Emma Briggs is to me.
I keep trying to convince myself that statement is true but it's a lie.
It's her face I see every time I close my eyes.
It's her touch I yearn to feel.
It's her lips I long to kiss.
It's her cherry I want to pop.
We were separated by time and distance, but now she's back in my life. And everything has changed.
She's no longer that kid tagging along behind me. The special bond I've shared with herfor as long as I can rememberhas become something so different. Something so forbidden. Something so hot.
Desire is telling me to do itto pop her cherry. It would be so easy to give in and take her because she'll feel so good.
My best friend's little sister is all grown up. And I want her.
She. Will. Be. Mine.
Each novella in The Reckless Series is about a different couple and can be read as a stand-alone, although reading in order is highly recommended. You will find spoilers in the epilogues if you choose to read out of order.
Reading Order for The Reckless Series:
1- Cherry Popper (Ben and Emma's Story)
2- Panty Dropper (Ryan and Ashlyn's Story)
3- Candy Licker (Brantley and August's Story)
4- Sixty-Niner (Drake and Brinley's Story)
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Oct 11, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
84 people found the following review helpful
I chose this book strictly because of the title and cover gorgeousness. Don't judge me!
Emma Briggs has been on Ben Westbrook's radar for most of his life, but he's not seeing a tiny girl trailing after her brother and his friends anymore. Emma's all woman now, and Ben will have her. When she turns 18. For now, he waits, wanting that cherry more than he's wanted anything in life. He will make Emma his wife, he will make her his life.
Sometimes you feel like a nut
sometimes you don't. When you're in the mood for a nut, you've gotta pick up CHERRY POPPER, the first book in the Reckless Series and one short, totally erotic read! There's not much story here, it's just steamy, barely legal erotica that should've made me uncomfortable but really didn't. Except for the whole "you don't have to go to college, let's make babies and you can stay home" nonsense. That was just stupid. And I wish that there would've been some sort of statement on how her parents and brother reacted, but with a book that took less than 45 minutes to get through, it is what it is.
Bottom Line: I'm not one for NA/YA reads, but sometimes you've just got to take a story for what it is
pure, unapologetic smut.
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