Book Review The Perfect First by Maya Hughes

Feb 122020
 

The Perfect First (Fulton U #1) by Maya Hughes

“How long do you last in bed?” Those were her first words to me, swiftly followed up with, “And how big would you say you are?”

Persephone Alexander. Math genius. Lover of blazers. The only girl I know who can make Heidi braids look sexy as hell. And she’s on a mission. Lose her virginity by the end of the semester.

I walked in on her interview session for potential candidates (who even does that?) and saw straight through her brave front. She’s got a list of Firsts to accomplish like she’s only got months to live. I’ve decided to be her guide for all her firsts except one. Someone’s got to keep her out of trouble. I have one rule, no sex. We even shook on it.

I’ll help her find the right guy for the job. Someone like her doesn’t need someone like me and my massive…baggage for her first time.

Drinking at a bar. Check.

Partying all night. Double check.

Skinny dipping. Triple check.

She’s unlike anyone I’ve ever met. The walls I’d put up around my heart are slowly crumbling with each touch that sets fire to my soul.

I’m the first to bend the rules. One electrifying kiss changes everything and suddenly I don’t want to be her first, I want to be her only. But her plan was written before I came onto the scene and now I’m determined to get her to re-write her future with me.

Title: The Perfect First (Fulton U #1)
Author: Maya Hughes
Publication Date: April 25th, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (342 pages)
Rating: 8/10

The first thing that made me pick this book was the cover. Plus collage athletes and nerds.

I was in a bad mood when I started this due to some personal problems and just wanted an easy one to not dig into my emotions and make me feel better with their story.

I got what I wanted, but I don’t think it’s a book I’ll re-read anytime soon.

The story was sweet, Persephone “Seph” Alexander is finally away from her parents, but has little time to do so many first before her father makes her go to Harward and “become better”. She’s a math genius who spent all her time indoors, homeschooled etc.

Accidentally she meets Reece, because she dumbly put an ad to get rid of her virginity. When Reece finds out what she’s up to, he takes matters into his own hands and is determined to go through her list, but with any sexual stuff. Skinny dipping, hell no. Sex? Again, no.

But Reece has his own drama, and soon he finds himself lost in Seph, but will this cost his pro carrer?


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