Annie reviews Sex Snob

Sex snob

What it’s all about

Sex Snob is a spin-off of Pieces of Perfect but can be read as a stand-alone novel.

Twenty-nine year old wild, carefree, and brutally sarcastic Amanda Bishop thought her three rules for dating would weed out unworthy suitors. And they did. Until she met Shane Reed, her smart-ass, sexy-as-sin CrossFit coach who pushes all her buttons. He’s the man she loves to hate. But when the hate begins to ebb away, and is replaced by feelings she can’t handle, Amanda hides behind her rules. Will the electric chemistry she feels with Shane allow her to get beyond a painful past, or will she push him away with her rules? Rules that make her the ultimate Sex Snob.

What Annie thought

Holy Wet Panties and Orgasmically Sexy Scenes. Sex Snob is an amazingly fun read. Elizabeth Hayley brings that all to the table and then some. Elizabeth Hayley is actually the coming together of two friends – Elizabeth and Hayley and they are my favourite Indie authors for the year. Without a doubt.

Amanda Bishop has been burned one too many times. She is not going to let it happen again. So she makes up rules. Her 3 rules to prevent her from heartache.

1) Have sex with a guy by the 4th date.

After all who wants to waste more time with someone if they are bad in bed.

2) The guy must earn as much or more than her.

Ever heard of a scrub. She is no one’s sugar momma, and some guys just can’t handle a more successful woman!

3) No kissing in bars…

… or in public at all. Who wants to see someone swallowing someone else’s face while trying to have a fun time? Gross!

Some rules are however meant to be broken. No one tests those rules more than Shane “The Best Dicking Ever” Reed. Shane is a personal trainer at CrossFit, and loves to make the ladies sweat in and out of the bedroom. He is a cocky, crazy douchebag with a rocking hot body.

Amanda and Shane love to hate each other. The problem is they hate to love each other too. They can fight hard and make up even harder.

I loved the storyline in this book. The girls did an incredible job. The characters were so real I had to remember that they, well weren’t. As for the humour- well it literally had me peeing my pants cos I was laughing so hard. No joke, I did actually pee my pants ;p