When hot as hell Danielle Lang showed up and asked me to teach her about sex, I thought I was hallucinating. Turns out the beautiful psychologist needed an extra bit of schooling in all things sexual so she could teach a class.
I’m always up for helping a friend. I mean, it’s the least I can do. What I wasn’t expecting is for her to turn the tables and teach me a few things. Only this short-term promise of two weeks in her bed is going by a little too quickly. Not that I’m thinking forever or anything.
I’ve got a football career to get back to. And she doesn’t want to be a part of my world. There’s no way we can be together—so I’m going to make sure I enjoy every sexy second….
This is a review for the three-part serial Hands On.
I didn’t want to wait between each novella, so I read it all at once, and I suggest you do it too. I really enjoyed all parts, and you shouldn’t read them out of order.
Hands On is a great start. We get to know the characters, their motivations, and there’s no hurry about that. Body Contact is where things start to really heat up! We meet Jack’s family, where we begin to hope his brothers might have their own book. Full Exposure continues the sexy encounters and, of course, has a happy ending.
I was very satisfied with how this serial was plotted. Though I’m very tired of reading about BDSM, this story didn’t show as much as I first expected. The ending felt misplaced, I felt it did’t match with the pacing of the story. I will read more books by Cathryn Fox, her words flow in a very natural way and hooks the reader right from the first page.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of Hands On #1.