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Kaylee Baker is a shy reserved college student that was raised in household where sex was not an open topic. When her friends suggest a weekend retreat to experience orgasmic meditation, she is horrified. There is no way she would ever let a stranger try and get her off, and furthermore she is not sure she has ever even had an orgasm. Her roommate’s sexy brother has a better offer for her. Kaylee has always thought that Blaze was sexy, but out of her reach. She could not have been more wrong. When Blaze offers to be her “therapist”, Kaylee is shocked but simply cannot bring herself to turn down his offer.
The title of the book and the cover pretty much sum up the heat factor of this story. Bouncing between Kaylee and Blaze for the POV was great. I like having different perspectives on a story. While Kaylee is shy and reserved and feels inexperienced in the bedroom, perhaps she has just not had the right guy come along to show her what all the fuss is about. Once Blaze gets a hold of her, Kaylee becomes much surer of herself and what she wants. Blaze is a great character as well. He is hot, charming and caring. He is not obsessed, just persistent. I found both of them refreshing and realistic.
The heat between Blaze and Kaylee was enough to almost set my nook on fire! Chapter 3 is OMG! However, the rest of the story is just as hot. Their relationship is honest and believable. There is the perfect amount of angst and conflict to keep you invested in the story. If you are looking for hot, fresh sex scenes, Finger Bang lives up to its title. Really this story has it all.
This was (gasp) my first time reading one of Jade’s books, but let me tell you, it will not be the last. This is a perfect summer read. Lots of hot sex and a great story line to keep you interested in the characters. Loved the writing style and that every sex scene (there are lots) is fresh and different and not at all repetitive or boring.
4.5 stars and a bottle of cheap wine! Enjoy!