- Loose Id
- Release Date
- December 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Tool belt? Check. Rope? Check. Lube? Check. Violet wand? Check.
A simple text leads to a case of mistaken communication and before long Riley Anderson finds herself tied to her bed and being driven to distraction. Beckett Manning, host of Room Makeovers, knows how to tease and torture every inch of her skin. He also knows his way around an orgasm, which keeps Riley wanting more. And more. And more.
Beckett is ready to give Riley more than a remodeled kitchen. He's about to bring her to the edge of ecstasy and back. Whether it's hot sex in the bathtub or Riley hog-tied to the bed, he's determined to show this brazen beauty how desirable she really is.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: bondage, use of violet wand (erotic electrical stimulation).
Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Feb 21, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
121 people found the following review helpful
I don't think I can go more than a few hours without texting someone about something--anything. I know it's a sickness but I can admit it. That's why when I saw the description for Amber Skyze's new book, I WANNA SEXT U UP, I had to read it. I know exactly what it's like to misinterpret a text, but unfortunately for me, it's never lead to such delicious consequences.
Riley meets Beckett after destroying her kitchen. While shopping in the home supply store, she meets up with Beckett who is the host of a reality home improvement show. The show is going to help her makeover her kitchen, but it's the chemistry between Riley and Beckett that's really heating up. Riley mistakenly interprets an innocent text from Beckett as a sexual innuendo, and they begin sexting each other--leading to some pretty lusty fantasies that Beckett and Riley have about each other.
Beckett decides he wants to give Riley more than a new kitchen, but Riley's not sure she's enough woman for him since her ex told her that she was a bore in bed. But Beckett's willing to use anything in his tool belt to show Riley just how desirable she really is.
This was absolute yumminess. Riley and Beckett were sizzlin'. Absolutely burning up the sheets, bathtub, shower, and whatever other surfaces they found to get busy on. Beckett certainly was an inventive lover--using all the "tools" in his arsenal to give Riley pleasure, and that just made him a million times sexier.
It wasn't just the sex that made I WANNA SEXT U UP (although I have to admit, that was a big part of it), but it was also the banter between Riley and Beckett. They had a lot of chemistry in and out of bed, and it was obvious that they had a special connection right from the start.
My only complaint about the book is that I didn't feel like Beckett and Riley had enough of a relationship to make their HEA believable. I know that it's fantasy and all, but it's a contemporary romance not a paranormal or fantasy romance, so I don't want to suspend all reality to read it. It would have been nice for them to have a courtship before getting to their HEA, but I still liked the ending and wanted it to be that way.
Overall, this was a really fun and quick read. I enjoyed the character's interaction immensely and loved the way the author made an erotic spin off this real-life situation. I WANNA SEXT U UP is the first book I've read by author Amber Skyze, but I enjoyed it so much, it definitely won't be my last.
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