Year of LIving Contemporary: Book 28 - Real Men Will
So I really liked this trilogy from Victoria Dahl, including this book, which finishes off the siblings on the road to happy-ever-after. There’s lots to talk about, but really, what I really want to say boils down to one thing.
The sex was great.
Really. And it’s not because it’s romance novel sex, but real life sex. It’s sex that recognises in a genre that’s gone eroticism wild, that there are some people out there for whom missionary is their favourite position and there’s nothing wrong with that. Further, it’s awesome, because it also recognises that bedroom gymnastics come from the heart and the head as much as from the libido, and that being attracted to and aroused by your partner is the single biggest aphrodisiac there is. I just loved that about this book. These guys hit it off because they were genuinely attracted to each other, and that’s where the great sex came in.
There is a ton more to this book than the sex, but that’s my take-home message: come for the sex, stay for the good story.
Disclaimer: some take-home messages may appear dirtier than originally anticipated.