From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Max Monroe comes a new standalone romantic comedy.
My name is Lola Sexton, and I’m a sex addict.
Okay…that’s a lie.
Truth is, I’m a serial dater turned dating and relationship columnist for The San Francisco Times. My readers call me Sex. Sex Says.
I love my job.
I love my life.
And I hate Reed Luca.
My name is Reed Luca, and I’m a liar.
Ironically, that’s the truth.
I’m 31, and my occupation is…well, complicated.
My favorite kind of woman comes in all shapes and sizes, but always has a big brain.
I’ve never hated anything.
Lola Sexton hates me.
Luckily, it’s a thin line between love and hate, and with my help, pretty Lola will only be able to straddle that line for so long.
Authors are not responsible for cost of equipment or subsequent injury incurred after the purchase of roller skates influenced by this book. Embody Lola Sexton's spirit animal at your own risk.
*Reed Luca is an asshole. No one wants to be his spirit animal.
**Okay. I wrote that. Maybe someone would want to be his spirit animal. I guess. Maybe. Sorry. (Not sorry.)—Lola
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Gorgeous cover with an equally gorgeous story. Drool worthy. Hilarious. Well written. And so unique. Max Monroe's best yet.
Sex Says follows Reed and Lola. Lola is the author of the Sex Says column. She's quirky, outgoing and lives life on her own terms. Reed is a reformed bad boy. Never staying in one place or at one job long, he's always searching for something. When he reads one of Lola's articles, he decides to upload a random rebuttal to YouTube not expecting anyone to actually see it. Yet when it goes viral, he gets not only the satisfaction of proving his point but also of meeting Miss Sex Says herself.
Lola is pissed. This Reed guy made her and her column look silly and she will not stand for that. But when she meets him, her hate turns to not so much hate as to like and when she least expects it to so much more. As Reed gets his own column Reed This, they begin to battle it out not just in the papers but as adversaries in much steamier ways too. But they are two very nontraditional people and sometimes that's just too much.
Max Monroe hit it out of the park with this one. There was seriously nothing I didn't love about it. It was all things different but perfectly wonderful. Lola and Reed were just enough alike and just different enough to keep me on the edge of my seat. I don't think I've ever read about a couple (or characters) like them before and I couldn't get enough.
Reviewed by Paige
★★☆ 5 "Reed This" Stars ☆★★
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