Book Review Sex, Not Love by Vi Keeland

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Title: Sex, Not Love
Author: Vi Keeland
Publication Date: January 15th, 2018
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (300 pages)
Rating: 8/10

Sex, not Love is a standalone book from Vi Keeland. One of many good reads for me.

One wedding, a common friend, both Hunter Delucia and Natalia Rossi try to fight their chemistry but end up spending the night together. Let’s say, what a cocky bastard Hunter is. YUM!

Nat is one of the heroines I loved a lot, even if her situation was not ideal, she had a way of making you root for her. She is a divorced woman with a 15-year-old step-daughter. One that doesn’t even like her, but her father is in jail.

After their night together she is clear on her intentions but apparently, she has made an impression on Hunter. She does not want to be in touch with a man hundreds of miles away. Just that their mutual friend is having a baby and they meet again for the baby’s shower. This is how the proposal for sex, not love started.

“I’m only in town for two months. We could agree to be not-celibate together-just sex and fun, with an expiration date. We could get lost in each other in the bedroom only. Think about it. Sex, not love. “

Everything sounds great about this book, especially when we KNOW that expiration dates are useless when this kind of chemistry is involved.

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